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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The o-ring or gasket is worn and can't take more pressure after the 5th or 6th pump, you should be able to get a gasket kit for it from your retailer. Hope that helps!
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
most likely you will have to send the scope in to have this taken care of to contact bushnells customer service at 800-423-3537. press option 1. the age of the scope necessitates sending it in to have parts matched up.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
The serial number does not reflect the date of manufactuer, but there are letters stamped in the side of the barrel at the reciever, on the left side, they are a date code, I will give you an app, If there are more than a couple letters and numbers, it has been reworked by the factory. But none of mine have.
m=1921,,,z=1931,,, and all the letters in between there except for o and q are the years, then it starts again at A=1932, and goes to L=1942, then,,,MM=1942,,,NN=1944,,,etc to ZZ=1953,,,then it stats with A again,,through Z= 1975 and after that it a random of letters I,O, Q and V, to 1979, then A, again, to Z=2005, then it starts again. hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
Some of the old Remingtons didn't have serial numbers, I should say most. They do have a date stamp on the left side, it is a letter code. I just printed it out for a guy, if you look up my account, you might find it, if not, let me know. If that is what you are looking for.
Posted on Mar 03, 2010
SOURCE: I have a redfield 3x-9x
Hi. Go to this link for the details on how to sight in the rifle. http://www.chuckhawks.com/sight-in_rifle.htm
The Widefield 3-9x variable power scope had a front objective lens measuring 36x27mm. It was 12.38" long and weighed 15.0 ounces. The horizontal field of view at 100 yards was 42.5' at 3x and 10.9' at 9x. The optimum eye relief was 3.25-3.0". The 3-9x variable scope was the most popular all-around choice in the market place. It was suitable for big game rifles in calibers ranging from .243 Winchester to 8mm Remington Magnum, expressly including such all-around favorites as the .270 Winchester, 7mm Remington Magnum, .308 Winchester, .30-06 and .300 Winchester Magnum.
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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