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When I bought the Vivitar 10 X 25, I thought there was no CD in the box...... but it is essentially hidden inside the box behind the piece of loose dark paper.

As someone else has previously suggested; if you need another one, download it here;
http://www.mscustomercare.com/

Vivitar MAGNACAM... | Answered on Oct 20, 2020


2 AA...I have a used one that i cannot see anything through...i could sell it to you to $25.00 plus shipping

Night Owl Optics... | Answered on Oct 19, 2020


Yes, you will need a license to operate as a gunsmith in the United States. However, you won't need a gunsmithing license. As far as I know, no US state requires that gunsmiths have a state-issued license. This means you also won't need to undergo any training or take part in any type of apprenticeship in order to become a gunsmith. You'll become a gunsmith the moment you start claiming to be one.

If you are wondering that type of license gunsmiths need, that'd be a Federal Firearms License (FFL). This type of license is a basic requirement for any business that plans on working with firearms within the United States. To get one, you'll need to fulfill some basic requirements, including going through an interview and an inspection of your future workplace. It's generally not hard to get an FFL.

But again, since this is a general license and not something made for gunsmiths, you won't have to prove yourself a competent gunsmith to get one. You'll just have to show that you understand the basics of gun safety and meet their requirements.

If you'd like to become a gunsmith, this guide can help you get started.

Optics | Answered on Oct 12, 2020


Just replace the battery

Bushnell Tour V2... | Answered on Oct 08, 2020


It was made after 1966. If you see on the barrel and if it says Stratford Ct it was made 1970-1980. The current manufacturer does not keep records of the older models.

Optics | Answered on Oct 06, 2020


I this you can find it on https://scopefacts.com/best-rifle-scope-for-deer-hunting/

Optics | Answered on Oct 05, 2020


1. For AHD10, HDA10, HDA30, NVRH5, NVR IH8, NVR IC8 Series:
  • Go to DVR/NVR Main Menu (You may need to log in after this step)
  • Click on Advanced Tab
  • Maintain Tab will appear by default
  • On this screen locate the Load Default option and click on it.
  • Select "All" to factory reset all your DVR/NVR Settings and click on Save (You may need to log in to this step)
  • Your system may restart after this step (Older systems do not restart)
2. For THD Series DVR:

  • Right-click anywhere on the screen and the drop-down menu will appear
  • Click on Main Menu (You may need to log in after this step)
  • Go to Maintenance option
  • Click on Default Sub-tab. On this screen, click on Factory Defaults to restore all parameters to default settings
  • Your system will restart after this step
3. For XHD Series DVR:
  • Right-click anywhere on the screen and the quick launch bar will appear at the bottom of the screen.
  • Click on Main Menu (You may need to log in after this step)
  • Click on Advanced Tab
  • Maintain Tab will appear by default
  • On this screen locate the Load Default option and click on
  • Select All to factory reset all your DVR Settings and click OK
  • Your system will restart after this step
4. For WNVR Series
  • Right-click anywhere on the screen and the quick launch bar will appear at the bottom of the screen.
  • Click on Main Menu (You may need to log in after this step)
  • Go to Maintain Tab
  • Select Factory Default Sub-tab on the left menu
  • On this screen, Select All to factory reset all your NVR Settings and click on Apply
  • Your system will restart after this step

Optics | Answered on Sep 21, 2020


Don't "unscrew" the binoculars. there are no user servicable parts inside. the collimnation adj screws are beneath the rubber boot just under where your index fingers rest when looking through the bino's. use a jewelers screwdriver to tease the boot up and stick a small nut or something in. then put the binos on a stable surface and play with the screws a bit while watching the images. you can get them pretty close this way.

Optics | Answered on Sep 15, 2020


Another one ? Popular request today. Please see response to previous query.

Bushnell Optics | Answered on Aug 28, 2020


Thank you for letting us know. FIXYA does not supply manuals. Why not use Google ?

Bushnell Optics | Answered on Aug 28, 2020


If you still need this, I have it saved as a series of nine (9) .JPG "scans".

Optics | Answered on Aug 27, 2020

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