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My bushnell speedster does not reset to zero speed. all I get is an 82mph reading

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SOURCE: how to zero Bushnell 3-9x40 scope rifle

http://www.bushnell.com/products/scopes/riflescopes/doa-riflescopes/

Go to this link & you will be able to zero it. If you lower the angle of telescope you will be targetting farther. vice versa. aqeelhafeez@hotmail.com

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SOURCE: how to zero Bushnell 3-9x40 scope rifle

this is a good guide:

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

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How to reset bushnell elevation adjustment to zero?


If you want to center the cross hair in the scope
Rotate elevation down to it stops then count up clicks to it stops then half number and rotate down that number then repeat with windage or you could use two v blocks and view a point through the scope and rotate scope and adjust cross hair until no deviation from a fixed point up or down left or right
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Bushnell Discoverer 78-8945


All astronomical telescopes show upside down images. Read my Frequently Asked Questions Tip on my profile page. These scopes are made to view objects in the night sky which are very small, and faint. To erect the image would require more glass or mirrors in the optics and would further dim these objects.

You can buy an "erecting prism" to use for terrestrial viewing. Like this:
http://www.amazon.com/Bushnell-780103-1-25%C3%93-Format-Erecting/dp/B000EY2ZFK

Your scope is working just fine.

Jul 07, 2010 | Bushnell Discoverer 78-8945 (325 x 114mm)...

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How to zero Bushnell 3-9x40 scope rifle


this is a good guide:

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

May 15, 2010 | Bushnell 3-9x40 Mattee R/g Crosshairs...

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How to zero Bushnell 3-9x40 scope rifle


http://www.bushnell.com/products/scopes/riflescopes/doa-riflescopes/

Go to this link & you will be able to zero it. If you lower the angle of telescope you will be targetting farther. vice versa. aqeelhafeez@hotmail.com

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Dropped my bushnell 1500 Mode button will not work and cannot get


Try this...while holding your thumb on the battery door, shake the unit a little....if you hear a rattle, then a lens has broken off...(rangefinder is dead) If it doesn't rattle then you have knocked it way out of alignment. It might work on a STOP sign (because its reflective) but nothing else. Send it to bushnell for repair.

Bushnell Repair Center
8500 Marshall Drive
Lenexa, KS 66214

Send $10 for return shipping and handling.
Explain your problem.


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