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I NEED A MANUAL FOR A NCSTAR RENGEFINDER SCOPE 3-12X50E

RENGE FINDER SCOPE NCSTAR INSTRUCTION

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There is no instructions for this scope, I have on and have been looking forever

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How do you set the finder scope on the Starview 150EQ. I have no adjustment options and it is not in line with the main telescope alignment. The instruction manual is totally inadequate.


Place a wide angle, that is longer focal length lens in the scope in daylight and focus it and centre on some distant object, a tree, blg, tower etc.

Then use the adjustment screws on the finder to centre it on this same object.

Change to your next higher power lens, that is shorter focal length, refocus and centre, and repeat with the finder adjustment.

Next wait for evening and a bright star or planet to appear and centre it in the finder first this time. It should be somewhere near centre in the lens also. Centre it properly in the lens and make a final adjustment on the finder.
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Dec 30, 2016 | Optics

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I need a manual for my scope


There our manuals all over the place. Have you check your Library, and have you check the internet . I have seen several places that have that book , check E-Bay also they offer some good scoop books. Your going to have to dig a little for it . If I can remember the places that carry them I will send you a message.

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What are the marks below the crosshairs


They are used to indicate elevation needed to hit your target at various ranges. The distances should be indicated in your owner's manual. For instance, if calibrated for .223 remington, and sighted in at 100 yards, the first might be 200 yards, the 2nd 300 yards, etc.

Dec 01, 2013 | NcStar 3-12x50e Rifle Scope Illuminated...

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How do i set up eye pieces and focus lenses?? Instruction manual came in chinese with no translation and we are begiiners!


During the day:
1. Point to a far (1000 meters or more) object
2. Insert the lowest power (highest number) eyepiece e.g. 25mm
3. focus on the object.
4. Align finder to match what you see in the scope.
At night.
1. Put scope out and let it reach the temperature of the outside.
2. Point finder to the moon (1st object you should always use to check scope and finder alignment)
3. Use the same low power eyepiece.
4. If everything seems fine, switch to a higher power eyepiece and enjoy the view. You may have to slightly adjust the finder to align with the main scope.
If the views are blurry, the telescope may be out of collimation. Look on the internet for generic collimation instructions.
If this still did not help. Throw the scope out! Its probably a piece of junk and will only discourage you.

Dec 12, 2012 | Optics

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Calaminate my 525x76mm national geographic telescope


Unfortunately I can not get the manual for this. I do not think you need collimation at this time. You need to adjust the finder on the scope. Use the highest number eyepiece (lowest power) and point the scope towards a landmark during the day. Now look through the finder. Loosen the screws of the finder and move it until the finder LED is pointing towards the landmark. Tighten the screws.
Note: This telescope is more of a toy than a good telescope. Avoid scope that advertise max power in their name. This scope is unable to make 575x! Max power is 50x per inch of aperture on a very good night. 76mm=3in x 50 =150x max!

Nov 20, 2011 | Optics

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I bouht a ncstar scope mount I cant figeur out on how to mount it.


Is it for a plain jane mini-14 or a Ranch Rifle. the mount and mounting process is different.

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I DONT HAVE ENOUGH ADJ TO ZERO IT IN NC SCOPE MODEL SEFR104050G


You will have to shim the scope, use a piece of 35 mm film, It works good, 2 if you need it, if you at extreme measures, you will have to shim the base. You can look through the barrel of a bolt action rifle and see what you will hit at 100 yards, just prop up the rifle in a box or a vise, site down the bore at a target, mailbox, streetlight, then bring the scope to that point, check your barrel again. This will put you on paper at 100 yards. Hope this helps.

Mar 23, 2010 | NcStar Optics

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How do you use the range finder on your


You have to sight it in and then insert the ring for the specific ammunition and distance you are using. From then point on, you can dial in the distance and the cross hairs will be right on.
It isn't an actual range finder, it's a bullet drop compensator.

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