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I bought one SIMMONS 3*9 MAG 22 riffle scope from USA last month in $54 and fixed it on my .22 riffle with proper instruction. When I shooted 2-3 bullets, its + sign is moved from actual target.
I made the target and + again in sync and after shooting 3-4 bullets, its + changed the position. After consulting with some mechanic, he told me the SIMMONS telescope is manufactured in China and its acuracy is not upto the mark. He was advocating me to buy bushnell scope for my riffle.
Now I am confused and not able to identify how to fix this + movement problem in my scope.
Measure the hole to determine the size, usually 1.25 inch, however many low cost toy telescopes use .965 inch. Just another reason to avoid buying scopes from Wal Mart, CostCo, Ebay, or Craigslist unless you know exactly what you are buying.
All astronomical telescopes show upside down images-- no up or down in space!
You can buy one of these to ERECT the image-- make sure you get the correct barrel size usually 1.25 inch although some of those TASCO scopes are .965 inch. Measure the hole-- http://www.amazon.com/Orion-Correct-Image-Diagonal-1-25/dp/B0000XMYEW