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Scope will not hit point of aim - Tasco Golden Antler 3 - (9 x 40 mm) (3-9x40 mm)

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The manual is here under "Generic Riflescopes". It is a .pdf file.
http://www.tasco.com/support.cfm

The Tasco site for Riflescopes
http://www.tasco.com/section.cfm?s=Riflescopes

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