Question about Measuring Tools & Sensors
2 allen screws on side and one on top hold the lenses and crosshair housing in place. Remove screws and slide hosing out. Unscrew and the crosshairs holder is now in view. There will be shadows of where the glue holding the crosshairs was placed. If you still have the original crosshairs place one end at a time back in place and glue. If not, you can use spiders web or go to a gunsmith and get new crosshairs. Have fun and go slow. Mark
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
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