Question about Optics
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
What that means is they are not mounted correctly. The scope mounts should be square with your rifle when fitted, when the scope is placed into the mounts, it should be turned to be square with the rifle.
Firstly, make sure you do not "cant" when you shoot. That is hold the rifle at an angle instead of vertical. Once you are sure that is OK, then put it into a vice using blanket or some other soft material to protect the stock. Get the rifle perfectly square using a spirit level. There should be a flat spot on the top of the action that you can use. Once this is achieved, you loosen off the scope mounts and square the scope up to your satisfaction. Once done, tighten the mounts up and then remove from the vice.
Posted on Feb 10, 2010
Some air gun problems are an easy fix, some require extensive presses and jigs to move springs around. Most are not to messed with. I know, I have tried my best to repair an air rifle or two and had to send them back to the company to get them fixed. And there is nothing I can't fix, I have a big machine shop, been gun smithing for years and couldn't fix a little air rifle. Check out this website, it might help you, or steer you in the right direction. ,,,,,,,http://www.airguns.net/faq.php#faq1
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
SOURCE: oLD PUMP WINCHESTER RIFLE
Model 61, 62a, the 61 is hammerless and the 62a has a hammer, the safety on the 62 is the hammer, the safety on the 61 is a cross bolt, sounds like it is gummed up, or busted, I would take out the trigger houseing and clean it up and check it out. If the cross bolt is stuck, something is blocking it, like the hammer at half c0ck, try pushing the trigger forward and see if it moves, whatever happens, I would still take it apart and clean it, don't screw it up, it is a very collectable rifle.
Posted on Oct 23, 2010
SOURCE: I recently recieved a BSA
Most, by far, the majority of these types of scopes with electronice dots, or other enhancements requiring a battery are turned off when you return the power setting to zero ( 0 )
This is regardless of the manufacturer.
And almost all of the time the power control is integrated in to either the top or side turret, or adjustment knob.
Also most of the time the battery is a # 2032 which is flat and about the shape of a quarter / $.25.00. They last indefinitley until you forget to turn off the power!
hope this helps!
Posted on Apr 09, 2011
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