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Mosin 11-25-2012 06:59 PM

Romanian PSL scope
 
I'm looking for info on sighting in/zeroing/using this scope. I think it's the tip 2, that comes with the PSL. I'm confused on the windage and elevation knobs. They're numbered through 10, and the turret rotates, but the disk above them rotates as well, and also adjusts the poa.

My Google fu must be week because I can't find much.
Any help is appreciated.

Pasquanel 12-03-2012 03:54 AM

This scope has a hex key adjustment? If so you may be loosening it too much the upper dial is simply a zero indicator that you set to zero once the scope is set to your liking. Loosen it no more than a quarter turn
and you should hear it click when you turn the dial if not its too loose tighten just a bit and try it again.

Mosin 12-04-2012 03:12 AM

Hey thanks! I'll check it out!

TDS92A 12-06-2012 12:59 PM

@Mosin,

Check this site: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PSO-1

I was able to obtain a manual for the scope for my PSL and if I can find the site again I will post it. I have a digital copy of the manual at home (I think). If I can find it I will let you know.

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Originally Posted by Mosin (Post 1026699)
I'm looking for info on sighting in/zeroing/using this scope. I think it's the tip 2, that comes with the PSL. I'm confused on the windage and elevation knobs. They're numbered through 10, and the turret rotates, but the disk above them rotates as well, and also adjusts the poa.

My Google fu must be week because I can't find much.
Any help is appreciated.


Mosin 12-07-2012 05:06 AM

Thank you! Any help is appreciated

TDS92A 12-07-2012 05:07 PM

@Mosin,

Here is the link to where I got the manual for my scope.

http://www.dragunov.net/docs/pso_scope_zero_manual.pdf

I hope this answers your questions.


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Originally Posted by Mosin (Post 1042546)
Thank you! Any help is appreciated



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