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easterner123 12-30-2010 05:51 PM

Bushnell Trophy Red Dot, Need Help
 
Hey everybody, long time no see
I have a bushnell trophy red dot mounted on a thompson center arms Omega. I cannot remove the scope, because it is sighted in. I am going deer hunting tomorrow morning, and the battery is dead on the optic. Can someone tell me for the love of pete where is the darn battery, and what type is it? Any help is much appreciated.

Jpyle 12-30-2010 11:34 PM

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Originally Posted by easterner123 (Post 411700)
Hey everybody, long time no see
I have a bushnell trophy red dot mounted on a thompson center arms Omega. I cannot remove the scope, because it is sighted in. I am going deer hunting tomorrow morning, and the battery is dead on the optic. Can someone tell me for the love of pete where is the darn battery, and what type is it? Any help is much appreciated.

Battery is typically of the 3 volt round variety and found beneath the reticle selector dial...

Importer: Bushnell Outdoor Products; (800) 423-3537; Bushnell.com
Model: Trophy 1X 28 mm
Magnification: 1X
Field Of View: 68 ft. at 100 yds
Click Value: 0.33" at 100 yds.
Maximum Internal Adjustment: 50-m.o.a. windage and elevation
at 100 yds.
Reticle: Selectable between 3-m.o.a. red dot, 10-m.o.a. red dot, 65-m.o.a. red crosshairs and 65-m.o.a. red circle with 3-m.o.a. red dot
Battery: One 3-volt No. 2032 lithium cell
Finish: Matte-black anodized aluminum
Length: Overall, 5 1/2" (7" with sunshade and filter); mounting length, 4 1/16"
Weight: 7 ozs.
Accessories: Aluminum, Weaver-style rings, sunshade, polarizing filter

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The scope's reticle selector switch is on the left rear of the main tube. Markings on the knob denote small and large dots, crosshairs and a donut-style reticle. The reticle intensity switch is at the top front of the main tube with settings from "0" to "11." It does not have mechanical limits and can be rotated in either direction to any setting. A sealed compartment for a single CR2032 battery occupies the inner portion of the knob. The battery is replaced by removing the knurled, slotted top cover.




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