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Instructions to mount scope


PDF]OWNER'S MANUAL - Crosman

www.crosman.com/pdf/manuals/M4-177-515.pdf

Translate this page There are two different rear sight options for the M4-177 depending on which model you purchase.) Option 1- ... the airgun in any way inconsistent with this manual may make your ... Adjust the rings on your scope to match the measurements of the top rail. ... Toattach the sling at both ends push the sewn webbing loop end.

Crosman M4-177 Multi-pump .177 Pellet Air Rifle Table Top ...

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A detailed look at installing and adjusting the sights for the M4-177 and sighting ... Crosman MK-177 Pellet-BB Multi-pump Air Rifle Table Top ...

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Dec 20, 2015 | Crosman M4-177 Air Rifle

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I have a 'used' Beeman Sportsman 1000 Series rifle (no scope). Have a pellet in the rifle (it's been in there for about a year, heh), I'm moving the lever-near-trigger back and forth but rifle won't shoot...


If your pumping the rifle and you hear air seeping out then the seal on your air chamber is bad or got pushed from where it is suppose to be, you can take it apart and see, its real simple...

Aug 03, 2013 | Beeman SS1000T Sportsmans Series .177...

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I am Looking for the manual for the D-141M Night Vision Rifle Scope.


Hello, go to Night Optics web site and contact them through their web page. stewbison

Dec 24, 2010 | Kalinka Dipol D-141 Russian Night Vision...

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1. HOW TO READ SCALING OF SCOPE.? 2. What is


You have not provided enough information for us to help you. What type of rifle? What do you mean by scaling?

With the scope on 3 power you should be able to sight it in at 25 meters. Going to a higher magnification may cause blurring at that distance.

You also may have mounting problems that are causing the scope to move around when you shoot. Your rifle may be fine.

Oct 09, 2010 | Bushnell Trophy 3-9x40 Rifle Scope, Matte...

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3-9x50 BSA Deerhunter Rifle Scope.


What that means is they are not mounted correctly. The scope mounts should be square with your rifle when fitted, when the scope is placed into the mounts, it should be turned to be square with the rifle.

Firstly, make sure you do not "cant" when you shoot. That is hold the rifle at an angle instead of vertical. Once you are sure that is OK, then put it into a vice using blanket or some other soft material to protect the stock. Get the rifle perfectly square using a spirit level. There should be a flat spot on the top of the action that you can use. Once this is achieved, you loosen off the scope mounts and square the scope up to your satisfaction. Once done, tighten the mounts up and then remove from the vice.

Feb 10, 2010 | Optics

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Cant determine if my tasco 6x24x42 scope was made before 9/02. rifle was dropped and can not get it sighted in. is there a fee to get it repaired!! I some other name brand riflescopes have lifetime...


not with a "tasco" there a bit of a cheepy scope, if it was a good make then it would be worth the cost of the repair, put it this way,,,the scope you fit to your rifle should cost 3 times more that the rifle did! a tasco scope on e-bay costs what? £150.00p to be honest theres a big "0" missing from that price?

Nov 09, 2009 | Tasco Target/Varmint 6-24x42mm Rifle Scope...

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Cross hairs canting to the left..how do i recenter the recticle?


From your short description, it sounds like the Horozontal (the ELEVATION) reticle is canted to the left. If that IS the case then do this;
Sand bag the rifle on what you know is a level and firm surface. The rifle MUST be level itself. You can use a small level to determine this.
Without moving the rifle, look through the scope and determine if indeed the horozontal or ELEVATION reticle is indeed canted. The reticle should be LEVEL in relation to the ground and the rifle itself.
If it still appears to be canted, loosen the set screws of the scope ring caps (Not the scope mounts) and while looking through the scope, gently rotate the barrel of the scope clock wise until the Horozontal reticle appears to be now level. Re-tighten the scope ring caps and look through the scope again to make sure the Reticle is still 'level'.
You must now make sure that your scope is still 'zero'd'.

IF the issue is something other than what I have assumed from your description, please send me a msg. with more detail and I will be able to resolve whatever issue you are having. Include the 'Brand and model', plus the power of it, and the brand/model/cal. of the rifle the scope is mounted on.

Good luck. :)

Apr 27, 2009 | Nikon Tactical Rifle Scope 4-16X 50...

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Simmons scope that will not stay on target


Mount the rifle with the scope and make a mark on the backstop right where the crosshairs are pointed at

Shoot several times, several shots will surley jolt the scope some.

If the crosshairs have moved much past your mark then this would indicate the scope is the issue.

If the crosshairs are still pretty well centered to the mark, its not the scope.

If at the same time your grouping looks terrible, and your scope still is on the mark, and the gun is WELL mounted, then the issue is with the accuracy of the rifle.
Make sure the rifle is mounted good for this to ba accurate .
Hope this helps

Feb 06, 2009 | Dual Electronics 6-24x50 AOE DUAL...

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Scope


Follow these steps

1) Mount your scope.

2) Use a bean bag or rifle mount and make sure that your rifle doesnt move much from its original position throughout this process.

3) Aim with the scope and shoot at a large backstop which will allow you to see where your shot lands, where ever that may be, it doesnt matter at this point. Again, make sure your rifle doesnt move much when firing.

4) With the rifle in the same position, look through the scope and adjust the crosshairs over to where your shot landed.

5) The scope now sighted in with the rifle. Minimal adjustment may still be required but at least your well within the ball park.

Happy Shooting

Nov 13, 2007 | Bushnell Trophy Multi-Reticle Red Dot...

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