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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Google the model number and see if it is online anywhere. If not, you may have to vist gun shows, looking closely at old, "junk-filled" tables to find a "parts" scope or a replacement. In the long run, it might be wiser to get new scope, a Leopold would be the best, even if used. Good Luck!
Posted on Dec 06, 2008
Hold the outer portion of the elevation knob and unscrew the screw on top. then pull up on the outer portion and you'll see a silver screw marked with an arrow and the word "Up". Sight the rifle at a known distance and then line up the knob with that distance as you push it down on the scope and replace the screw. I have one of these and figured this out on my own, however I'm missing the mount and would like some pictures and dimensions of the mount if any of you can get some. I'm gonna be machining a new one and would like to keep it as close to the original as possible.
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
Bushnell sells nylon inserts for scope rings that fit inside of the scope rings and will affect the height of the ring to correct the problem. If you install them on the front scope ring, it will correct it and realign the rings correctly. It appears that the front ring towards the muzzle is not as high as the rear ring near the breach. This is why that even though the scope's adjustment is elevated as high as it will go, it is still hitting low because it is actually pointing down because apparently the rear ring is higher off the barrel than the front ring. The Bushnell inserts can correct this.
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
if it is verry tight back it off a little bit you dont want to break the seal.i have never been a big fan of the laser bore sighters.i have had a cpl and both were inaccurate.BSA makes a good bore sighter for 49 bucks.try a cpl shots with it and find out how far you are truely off.remember 1 click is 1/4 inch.in 100 yrds.in the army we had all the ammo we needed to sight our rifles in.but here in the real world with ammo prices so high a good bore sighter is the way to go.
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
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