your sight post is threaded for elavation adjustments into the WINDAGE DRUM.
this drum is a round steel pin that runs horizontally thru the front sight base.
windage corrections are made by moving the windage drum in the same direction to are trying to correct the impact point. i.e., if you are hitting left of your aimpoint, move the windage drum farther to the left side of the rifle.
note that your windage tool has a fixed side with a counterbored hole and an adjustable side.
appy the fixed side to the direction/side of the rifle you want to move the front sight pin towards. make sure that the hole in the tool clears the windage drum!!!
tighten the adjustable side and move the windage drum in SMALL increments (unless a gross correction is called for, of course.
after adjustment, refire using a stabile position/rest and assess the effect of your adjustment.