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How do I attach telescope tube to eq dovetail mount?


You first have to get 2 tube rings. These must be the right size for your scope.

http://www.optcorp.com/orion-116mm-id-orion-telescope-tube-rings-7372.html

They will have hinges and clamp screws and at least one other hole for attaching to a dovetail rail. Then you need a rail, sized appropriately for your scope. They come in several lengths and 2 geometries, Vixen and Losmandy. Almost certainly you will need the first one.

http://www.optcorp.com/aa-vdup11-vdup11-vixen-style-11inch-dovetail-universal-plate.html

There are some scopes with very fat tubes, like Schmidt-Cassegrains, where the rail attaches directly to the tube fittings.

http://www.optcorp.com/celestron-c6-a-xlt-schmidt-cassegrain-optical-tube-assembly-91010.html
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Dec 16, 2015 | Optics

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Where can i get a horton recoil pad that slides on the dovetail crank?


Horton is out of business bought by ten point archery. They have a trade in program trade your Horton for credit on ten point bows. Ebay ?

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The dovetail portion of the opener will not line up with the opener


If you have it lined up correctly it should work,if not try a slightly longer screw.

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What other rings will fit a bausch and lomb trophy mount


I've been able to use parker hale rings successfully on mine. The dovetail measurement is compatible and the single stud on PH ring will fit in the screw hole of mount to prevent slippage. Also old leupold detacho rings utilize same dovetail measurement (but no crossbolt or back stop to help keep from slipping under severe recoil).

Nov 10, 2013 | Bausch and Lomb Optics

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The dovetail mounted scope (optical tube assembly) is smaller than the mounting block - with the mounting block surface top section flat while the scope peice is angled (?). I can tighten both the knob...


There are only two types of dovetail bars and saddles. A "Vixen style" and a "Losmandy style". One can be mistaken for the other. You probably have a Vixen style. tighten both knobs and you should be OK. Many dovetail bars have a screw hole in the end to place a bolt as a safety device if the bar should slip on the saddle -- the bolt would catch it and prevent the scope from falling off.

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My New 12? Meade LX200 ACF GPS telescope does not have the two screw?s in the front and the rear of the top of the main optical tube for mounting a dovetail plate to the top center or does it have screws...


You may need to mount just a rail like this one:
http://www.scopestuff.com/ss_mrail.htm

You can call Meade directly and ask:
http://www.meade.com/support/index.html

Apr 28, 2010 | Meade LX200GPS Telescope

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How to set up a redhead red dot pursuit deluxe


You must have the correct rings for your base. If the scope has rimfire dovetail rings already attached, it should be easy. Remove the 4 setscrews on the top of the receiver, install the dovetail mount (use blue locktite and DO NOT TIGHTEN THE SCREWS MORE THAN 10 IN/LBS! Otherwise you may strip the threads in the receiver!).Loosen the clamps, place the scope on the dovetail mount and tighten snugly.

If it has weaver mounts, you will need to install a weaver rail to your receiver. Remove the 4 setscrews on the top of the receiver, install the weaver mount (use blue locktite and DO NOT TIGHTEN THE SCREWS MORE THAN 10 IN/LBS! Otherwise you may strip the threads in the receiver!). Install the rings in the weaver slots, tighten snugly.

Go Here:

http://www.outdoorpros.com/How-To-Guides/How-To-Zero-A-Rifle-Scope/5

for info on how to zero your red-dot after you have it mounted.

Apr 17, 2010 | Cabela's Optics

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Dovetail leave a 'light gap'


This may not be related to your jig. It may be movement in the vertical axis resulting from:

  1. The router bearings being worn allowing the bit to move up and down.
  2. The router bearings worn allowing the spindle to deflect side to side which changes the bit height slightly (cuts on the edges, making the cut a hair deeper).
  3. The router collet or router spindle worn, allowing the bit to move during cuts.
  4. The jig guide plate deflecting or no longer flat.
  5. Excess vibration in the router causing the wood to move in the jig.

To check the bearings; try routing the cut with a straight bit first to clear the wood for the dovetail bit. Then cut with the dovetail bit (a new one preferably) using very light feed pressure. Is the joint tighter? If so then the bearings are worn. Have the router serviced or replace it.

Check the end-play by pulling on the router shaft, does it wiggle slightly in and out? If so this is your problem. Have the router serviced or replace it.

Be sure the wood is flat and the faces planed parallel, if they aren't the dovetail line will be straight but when you assemble there will be slight end gaps in sections of the dovetail.

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Mounting finderscope


You can call Meade customer service and see if they will sell you this small part-- probably called a dovetail mount--

These can be bought from several different places if you know exactly what you need.

Feb 15, 2009 | Meade ETX-90EC (325 x 90mm) Telescope

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