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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Trying to load .177 cal.
Hello there, I can definitely help you with this. With .117 cal pellets you just need to load them one at a time into the slide. Pull back the slide, it should lock open, then place the pellet in the slide's receiver.... the little "trough" where the slide comes back through.
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Posted on Oct 13, 2010
SOURCE: how to sight in crosman
You would sight in an air rifle scope in the same manner as any other standard scope that you might find on a rifle:
You want to secure the rifle as best you can with the sights pointed towards a target, which should be set at the desired distance.
Reduce the error of your sight adjustments either by mounting the rifle in a gun mount or simply resting the stock (not the barrel!) on a solid surface such as a table.
Make sure that the weight of the rifle is carefully supported and the **** is firmly pressed into your shoulder. Looking through the sights, aim at the very center of the target (which for your purposes can be as simple as a piece of paper with a dot drawn in the middle).
Take time to ensure a careful shot, and be sure to avoid any shaking, utilizing the support of the mount/table (try resting the fore-grip of the stock on a roll of paper towels if you're having trouble keeping the rifle steady).
Once you are confident with the placement of the cross-hairs over the center of the target, gently squeeze (don't pull) the trigger.
Determine where the pellet struck the target, and adjust the scope accordingly; while every scope is a little different, the same basic principles for adjustment apply. Unscrew the caps on the top and side of the scope, and carefully read the markings on the adjustment dials.
If the pellet struck low, twist the dial on the top of the scope 'up' (the markings should specify clockwise/counter), and if the pellet struck high, twist in the opposite direction. If the pellet struck to the left or right, follow the same procedure for the dial on the side of the scope.
If the pellet struck low and to the side, make the vertical (up/down) adjustments first, repeat the shot, and only move on to make adjustments left/right once the pellet strikes in vertical alignment with the center of the target.
Take your time, and adjust in increments of only 2-3 clicks to start. Repeat the procedure until the pellets are striking consistently in the center of the target (if you're having a hard time remembering which shot went where, replace the target and continue.
Once you are satisfied with placement of your shot groupings on the targets, replace the dial covers on the scope.
Tips and Notes:
- In order to maintain the accuracy of your rifle, try to avoid resting the rifle on its scope and try to prevent the barrel from contact.
- Take note of your rifle's range, and be aware that the further away you place the target, the less consistent your results will be.
- Be realistic; don't attempt to sight in an air rifle at 50 yards. Remember that even with a rifle that has been professionally sighted, good results still come down to the accuracy of the shooter.
-Sight in your rifle at a range where you are confident in your own abilities; start with a closer target and only move back (i.e. sight in at a greater distance) if necessary.
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