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ZeusEcho 07-09-2012 03:13 PM

Scope Setup Video
I'm sure most of you know this already but I found this video very helpful and thought I'd share.

treehugger49 07-09-2012 08:08 PM

The NSSF has a whole series of good videos like this one.

Craig_Junior 07-09-2012 09:29 PM

Do they have a site, I'd really like to contact them regarding some rifle problems I'm sure to face, I'm actually having one now without having a gun, and it's about the scope I have. I bought a Rifle Scope with a 400 yard mil-dot setup in the crosshairs, and it was made by Leapers UTG. However, the elevation and windage dials don't work, otherwise the cross hairs would shift in the lens. Is that normal, cause I have a cheap scope that i used for a BB gun, and the same problem happened with that one too. I'd really like to get in contact with these guys for some help. All the people who posted on my threads gave info that wasn't relevant to the topic, and then they stopped writing all-together eventually. Basically, no one here is helping. Do you have a link to video origin, other than Youtube???

treehugger49 07-09-2012 11:51 PM

Don't know how much they might be able to help with your specific problem, but here is the website I have for them:

Without having the scope mounted in a fixed position and sighted in on a fixed target, it may be difficult to determine whether the crosshairs are moving or not. If you have already determined that they are immobile, given that admittedly it is not an expensive scope, it probably isn't worth going to the expense of fixing.

ZeusEcho 07-10-2012 01:35 PM


Originally Posted by treehugger49 (Post 864651)
The NSSF has a whole series of good videos like this one.

Thanks treehugger I'll check them out!

51colt 07-15-2012 06:56 PM

I thought i knew how to mount and setup a scope after watching this video i found out i was not even close. I remounted my scope on my Mini 14 using the info on this video i can't be leave what difference it made.:)

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