Question about Tasco Optics
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: zeroing scope adjustment
First, adjust wind-age and elevation to center or zero position. Remove your scope from the gun and make sure that the scope mounts are aligned, this is critical. Purchase an alignment tool is necessary. Then remount the scope. The scope should seat in the mounts without binding. If it does bind, the mounts are not aligned.
Start sighting in at close range,10 to 30 yards, then move out to 100 yards.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
I believe the second cross hair in your scope relates to an 18 inch dimension, or that of a deer. When you adj the wire to the body of a deer, it will be the distance, I'm not sure if you have to do the math, or the scope does it for you. Some scopes, you had to figure the hold over by the distance in the scope. others would be set to shoot at that distance. I would ave to look that one for you to be sure, but that is the idea. Hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 21, 2010
SOURCE: HAVE A PRONGHORN TASCO MOUNTED
No, this is not a scope issue. The scope is raised above the centerline of the barrel, thus at 10 yards, the barrell is actually slightly raised in relation to the centerline of the scope in order to hit your point of aim. Since the front of the barrel is slightly inclined, at 25 yards the bullet is still rising in relation to the scope alignment. Backing up to 50 yards you will begin to see the bullet start to drop back down, at 100 yards it may drop as much as 8-10 inches, and at 200 yards, it may drop as much as 52 inches. This is assuming that you are shooting a standard velocity .22 long rifle cartridge (1050 feet per second or so).
Posted on Sep 23, 2010
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