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Need help adjusting my pine ridge hx 2006 r17-3 9x40 scope

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SOURCE: got moisture in scope and it is fogged up

take it into a camera shop, they will have the tool,, but if you undo the scope it will need to be regased again the "o"ring seals have worn out or broken and thats how water got into it,, it also let the nitrogen out of it,,,if its a cheepy scope buy a new one,,,
what i mean by a cheepy is less than £1000,,,,

Posted on Nov 17, 2009

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SOURCE: I just purchased a savage .17 HMR with a cabelas

A quick and easy way to bore sight your rifle, if it is bolt action only, or an AR, mount the rifle in a cardboard box with cutouts so it will sit without tipping, remove the bolt and sight down the bore at a target 100 yards away, a mail box, or the corner of a building, make sure the rifle doesn't move, then peek through the scope, it should be seeing the same target your bore is seeing, if not, adjust your scope to it, if it won't travel that far, shim the front with pieces of 35 mm film. then check it again, if you can get it to stay there, it will put your bullet on paper at 100 yards.

Posted on Mar 09, 2010

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I have a 3x12x40 pine ride scope. How many mph of wind corresponds with the windage numbers on the right side of the scope?


The numbers that you are asking about I take it are on the windage turret if so they correspond to inches at 100 yards not mph

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Have a pine ridge rimfire scope need to know what mounts i need to atttach to a marlin 60


1 inch dovetail mounts medium height if your marlin 60 has 11 mm dovetail rails . if not will need to get receiver drilled for rail mounting and mounts of your choice better to get a competent gunsmith to do it

Jan 18, 2014 | Cabela's Cabelas Pine Ridge 3 X 9 X 40...

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I dont understand what the extra dial on my new 6-18x44 scope is for or how to use it.Or what range evry line and dot in the reticule should be ranged in at.


The third turret is for parallax and approximate range
And the lines on the reticule are round and velocity specific plus magnification comes into the distances between substension
On my scope 100 yard zero the next substension down is 176 yards at 10 magnification
The best way to use the reticule for ranging is to get a ballistics program and enter rifle round and scope stats and get a chart for that round and reticule
And the drop chart will change for different velocities and ballistic coefficients of rounds and temperatures a summer chart will be different to a winter chart due to denser air in the cold

Apr 14, 2011 | Cabela's Cabelas Pine Ridge 3 X 9 X 40...

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Which knob you adjust for drop? What is the left knob for?


If you have 2 knobs, there should be no left knob. If you have a knob on the left, you have it mounted 90 degrees out of alignment. Loosen the rings and turn it 90 degrees clockwise. Once you do that, the knob on the top is the one you will use for elevation.

If you have 3 knobs, the left one is for parallax adjustment, focuses the scope for specific ranges. the top knob is the elevation adjustment in this case also.

Sep 20, 2010 | Cabela's Cabelas Pine Ridge 3 X 9 X 40...

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I just purchased a savage .17 HMR with a cabelas pine ridge 3x9x40 tactical scope and I'm having problems siteing it in. It is shooting aout 4 inches low regadless of adjustments I try and make.


A quick and easy way to bore sight your rifle, if it is bolt action only, or an AR, mount the rifle in a cardboard box with cutouts so it will sit without tipping, remove the bolt and sight down the bore at a target 100 yards away, a mail box, or the corner of a building, make sure the rifle doesn't move, then peek through the scope, it should be seeing the same target your bore is seeing, if not, adjust your scope to it, if it won't travel that far, shim the front with pieces of 35 mm film. then check it again, if you can get it to stay there, it will put your bullet on paper at 100 yards.

Mar 07, 2010 | Cabela's Cabelas Pine Ridge 3 X 9 X 40...

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I have to use reading glasses to use a simmons blazer rifle scope.....othewise the image is blurry.


You can't see the cross hairs or the whole picture is blurry? I know that the rear ring on the scope will bring the cross hairs into focus, glasses or not, and the scope itself should be clear all the way down, I can't see a thing either without glasses and it has really hampered my shooting. It ain't no fun , it's frustrating. Try turning the rear eyepiece, see what happens, hope this helps.

Feb 27, 2010 | Cabela's Cabelas Pine Ridge 3 X 9 X 40...

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Got moisture in scope and it is fogged up


take it into a camera shop, they will have the tool,, but if you undo the scope it will need to be regased again the "o"ring seals have worn out or broken and thats how water got into it,, it also let the nitrogen out of it,,,if its a cheepy scope buy a new one,,,
what i mean by a cheepy is less than £1000,,,,

Nov 16, 2009 | Cabela's Cabelas Pine Ridge 3 X 9 X 40...

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I have a Pine Ridge scope with moisture inside. Is there any way I can take it apart to clean it, or will I have to buy another one.


it could be striped to dry it out but you realy need to strip it right out so you can also clean all the class in it,,,problem is if you tuch the glass you take off the colour coatings on them, so i would say drop it in at a scope doctors or buy a new one witch may be a lot cheaper that getting yours fixed

Nov 13, 2009 | Optics

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