I verified and they also have windage adjustment in addition to the horizontal milliradian markings on the reticle. By the way, if you are interested in informative firearms geekiness I suggest you check out ; Forgotten Weapons, C&R Arsenal ( for historical and obscure firearms focusing on operating principles & mechanics), InRangeTV for more practical non-tactibling variety videos plus some interesting 2 and 3 gun matches that will further your understanding of firearms.
I believe the rail on Warsaw pact weapons are factory zeroed. It is intended that one just slides the scope on and tightens the retaining screws/ knobs, no adjustment is necessary. They even come with a leather case that attaches to your belt.