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Nitro Riflescopes-3-12x44

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Project:Nitro Riflescopes-3-12x44

Models: RN3124BF1, RN3124BF2, RN3124BS1, RN3124BS3, RN3124GS1

Reticle: Multiple options, etched glass

Size:3-12x44


We devoted ourselves to laminated phone covers Nitro Riflescopes-3-12x44 many years, covering whole USA and the Europe market, and expect to be become your long term partner in China on such Nitro Riflescopes-3-12x44. Promise that easy installation, we leave all accessories well for you already.


Product Description of Nitro Riflescopes-3-12x44

A versatile scope for mid-range hunter, with a 4x magnification range and large 44mm objective, which delivers bright images.

Exclusive EXO Barrier Protectio - Bushnell’s newest and best protective lens coating molecularly bonds to the glass, repelling water, oil, dust, debris and preventing scratches.

IPX7 Waterproof construction - O-ring sealed optics stay dry inside, when immersed in three feet of water for up to 30 minutes.

Ultra-wide Band Coating - Anti-reflection coating applied to both lenses and prisms, for the best possible light transmission.




Specification of Nitro Riflescopes-3-12x44

RETICLE

MAGNIFICATION X OBJ. LENS

EYE RELIEF

LENGTH

WEIGHT

TUBE DIAMETER

MULTIPLE OPTIONS, ETCHED GLASS

3-12X44MM

3.9IN / 99.1MM

13.7IN / 347.9MM

24.2OZ / 686G

30MM


PARALLAX ADJUSTMENT / SIDE FOCUS

The Parallax Knob or Side Focus adjustment corrects Parallax error. Parallax error is experienced when the intended target and the reticle are not on the same focal plane. The side focus adjustment relocates an optical element within the scope, manipulating the incoming image to appear on the same focal plane as the reticle within the riflescope, thus eliminating parallax error. Parallax error results in inconsistencies regarding point of impact. This can be best experienced by looking at a 100 yard target with the side focus set to 500 yards. While slightly moving your head left and right, or up and down, you will notice movement at the location where the crosshairs intersect. However, if you change your side focus adjustment to 100 yards while looking at the 100 yard target, the intersection of the crosshairs will not move. Please note the distance markings on the dial are intended as reference points only. Exact side focus adjustments may needed after making adjustments to the eyepiece in order to achieve a high resolution, parallax free image.


ATTACHING A MOUNT, RINGS AND SCOPE TO YOUR RIFLE

In mounting your scope, we recommend that you DO NOT take short cuts as it may lead to damage to either the mounting system or to the scope. Each mounting system will have its own instructions to follow, and it is best to read the instructions first to be sure you understand them and have the necessary tools on hand.

We further recommend that you plan to go through the mounting procedure twice. The first time, to be sure everything fits together and functions properly. On the first run through, please keep the following in mind:

 • Before attaching the base, clean the mounting holes in the receiver and the threads of the attaching screws with acetone or any good solvent to free them of oil or grease.

• If the mount manufacturer has recommended the use of a thread adhesive, do not use it on the first mounting trial. Once adhesive has set, it is difficult to demount if anything needs correction. • Be sure the mounting screws do not protrude into the receiver or the barrel.

• When using dovetail mounts, do not use the scope as a lever when installing the scope. The initial resistance to turning may cause damage to the scope, and is not covered by the warranty. We recommend using a 1” wooden dowel or metal cylinder to seat the rings.

• Be sure the position of the scope does not interfere with the operation of the action.

• Be sure there is at least 1/8” of clearance between the edges of the rings and any protruding surfaces such as the turret housing (saddle), power selecting ring, and the flare of the objective bell. Also be sure there is at least 1/8” of clearance between the objective bell and the barrel.

• You should test position the scope for the proper eye relief. The scope rings should be left loose enough so that the scope will slide easily. Variable power scopes should be set at the highest magnification when performing this procedure. Mount the rifle and look through the scope in your normal shooting position.

• Test position the rifle for the proper cheek weld a number of times to ensure that your scope is positioned properly.

• When you are satisfied that everything is okay, demount and start again. This time, seat all screws firmly.


FAQ

DO YOU NEED TO SEND YOUR SCOPE TO US?

Before returning your scope for service, you should check the following points to make sure the problem is with the scope:

• Check the mounting system and rings for looseness or misalignment.

• Check to be sure the barrel and action are properly bedded and all receiver screws are tight.

• Check to be sure the mounting system allows sufficient clearance between the objective bell and the barrel.

• Check to be sure you are using the same type and weight ammunition that you used for sighting-in.

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