Question about Tasco 3-9x32 .22 Riflescope W/ Rings, Black Matte
Looking for anything on this scope. it has never been used or mounted.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tasco's Contact Information is here
Thier website didnt have an information on scopes that old that i could see. however if you contact them im sure they would know what size the battery needs to be, and would be happy to refer you to a place to purchase them (if not a product they themselves supply)
NOTE Tasco is a European company residing in Spain Madrid. You may be asked to send it overseas to be identified? (worst case scenario) if this is the case be sure to purchase a number of batteries for the device to make it somewhat cost effective
:) (I couldnt find the battery type as i dont know exactly what scope you have :(
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
Mount the rifle with the scope and make a mark on the backstop right where the crosshairs are pointed at
Shoot several times, several shots will surley jolt the scope some.
If the crosshairs have moved much past your mark then this would indicate the scope is the issue.
If the crosshairs are still pretty well centered to the mark, its not the scope.
If at the same time your grouping looks terrible, and your scope still is on the mark, and the gun is WELL mounted, then the issue is with the accuracy of the rifle.
Make sure the rifle is mounted good for this to ba accurate .
Hope this helps
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
Testimonial: "That is a logical approach and sure to show where the problem lies. Shooting with the iron sights may also show a problem with the rifle or shooter."
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
SOURCE: i have a tasco 3x-9x
To get the reticule straight up and down, yes, turn the whole scope till your eye sees it as level. The adj screw on the windage could be over too far, making it hard to turn, if that is the case, you will need to shim the mount. If it was on a bolt action rifle, you could mount the rifle in a box, or a vise, something to hold it steady, peek down the bore at a target 100 yards away, then bring the cross hairs to the target. Look back down the bore and make sure it didn't move. This will put you on paper at 100 yards. It might not be easy on a Winchester type rifle. Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
SOURCE: tasco scope
Sight in rifle.Put top(elevation)cap back on with the"0" facing back.Be careful not to make it "click"as this will change point of impact.The way this works is you aim at animal and adjust the power(3-9)until the animal's body is between the 2 lines.Look in the little window on eyepiece to see distance of selected animal.Then click top knob to the correct distance(200,300,etc.)This should raise bullet impact for that distance.I've had this scope on a .270 since 1980 and never used this feature.(I only bought it because the scope was on sale)
Posted on Feb 06, 2011
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