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I found this info posted on another site. I saved it and will re-post for you. I hope this is what you were looking for: "the two lines across the top in your scope represents 18" which is the standard size for a deer's body from the top of his back to the bottom of his stomach. If you see a deer feeding in a field and you want to know how for he is, you turn your power up till the top of the deer and his stomach fit between the two lines at the top in your scope. You then look at the scale at the bottom of your scope and it will tell you how far he is in yards. I have one of these scopes on my 30-06. I am from East Texas and went on a hunt in West Texas several years back and everything out there looked like a 1,000 yards to me.
I saw these deer going around the end of a draw, and like I said it looked like they were out of range. I put the scope on the bigest and it said 250 yards, using it like descrided
above. I fired, killed the deer and when I steped it off it was 247 steps. I hope this answers your question."

Redfield See... | Answered on Feb 20, 2010


Paul , got the fotos, now I know what you got. And now I know I don't have that one, but,,,, My local ace hardware has a ton of ancient bases and rings in a draw, I can go through them, also, did you try gunparts.com? They sell to the public and have just about everything known to man. E-mail,,, [email protected]

Redfield Optics | Answered on Feb 15, 2010


Contact Leupold, they purchased Redfield.
Here's the info from Redfield's website, hope this helps, Mark the Gunsmith:
When Leupold purchased Redfield in April, 2008, Leupold did not assume the Redfield warranty. Because many Redfield customers have contacted Leupold with regard to the former Redfield warranty, Leupold is making this information available to Redfield optics owners.
At this time, three Redfield repair facilities are available should your Redfield product require service: Parson's Scope Service(513-867-0820), ABO USA Inc (305-859-2010) and Iron Sight Inc. (918-445-2001). The contacts provided are for information purposes only, as these companies are not affiliated with Leupold & Stevens. Please contact them for all information regarding repair, service, and associated charges.
As a courtesy we are now offering 20% off the price of a new Leupold scope, up to $100, in trade for any defective Redfield scope. If you would like to take us up on that offer you may call us at 1-800-LEUPOLD.


Redfield Optics | Answered on Jan 03, 2010


Here's the info I found on Redfield's website:
Warranty InformationWhen Leupold purchased Redfield in April, 2008, Leupold did not assume the Redfield warranty. Because many Redfield customers have contacted Leupold with regard to the former Redfield warranty, Leupold is making this information available to Redfield optics owners.
At this time, three Redfield repair facilities are available should your Redfield product require service: Parson's Scope Service(513-867-0820), ABO USA Inc (305-859-2010) and Iron Sight Inc. (918-445-2001). The contacts provided are for information purposes only, as these companies are not affiliated with Leupold & Stevens. Please contact them for all information regarding repair, service, and associated charges.
As a courtesy we are now offering 20% off the price of a new Leupold scope, up to $100, in trade for any defective Redfield scope. If you would like to take us up on that offer you may call us at 1-800-LEUPOLD.

Redfield Optics | Answered on Jan 03, 2010


http://stevespages.com/zip/united_states_army_fm_23-10%20-%2017_august_1994.zip

in order to get basics you need to know how to run the optic, i suggest you download this and read it, and start practicing. or find the users manual on your scope to figure how to work your elevation, windage, and rectify paralax.

Redfield Optics | Answered on Dec 27, 2009


Is it bent or is it a dent? If its a dent no biggy, it should work ok, may even put a good mount over the dent and tighten it to take it out. If bent it may still work good enough to hunt with and you will not fear it getting bent again. You will loose a bit of Viewing area at far distances, and the cross hairs may seem out of center, with dark area to the bent side but should still work. 

Redfield Optics | Answered on Oct 29, 2009


Problem solved. Redfield had all the size information I needed and mounting the base was a breeze.

Redfield See... | Answered on Jan 17, 2009


I own a Redfield spotting scope the model year is between the 70's to 80's and I need to find a manual for it. But I was Wondering if you could answer a question there is a crossair, then there is another one right above that, then there is a loop on the bottom right hand corner. There is also a yard marker that starts at 600 and goes down to 100. Do you know what it is and how to use it or what the purpose of it is if you could help me that would be great. Thank you for all your help..Joshua Gambler

Redfield Ring... | Answered on Nov 26, 2008


usuali can but sometime is cheaply buy a new binoculars

Redfield... | Answered on Jul 31, 2008

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