Dandelion 3.5X 30 Scope Instruction Rifle Scope Suitable for Hunting Optical $49.99
Dandelion 3.5X 30 Scope Instruction Rifle Scope Suitable for Hunting Optical , Red, Green and Blue 3 brightness levels Dot ½MOA 200 yard
This is a compact, high performance prism scope suitable for hunting, target shooting, or tactical use. This scope comes equipped with:
**Fixed 3 times magnification with a 30mm objective lens, for targeting out to 200 yards and beyond.
**Adjustable reticle illumination with 3 brightness levels in red , green and blue , for better reticle visibility at night or in low light environments
**1/2 MOA/click windage and elevation adjustments, Aircraft grade 6061 aluminum construction, for lightweight and durable performance
Tip: Before firing any rounds, we recommend bore sighting your rifle. Bore sighting refers to the process of aligning the bore of your rifle with your target, commonly done with a laser bore sighter , and then sighting in your optic accordingly . Bore sighting ahead of time will save you a significant amount of time and ammo, however , bore sighting alone is not enough to properly sight in your rifle. Once bore sighted , yuo are ready to sight in your scope.
1. Position your target 100 yards away (or at whatever distance you wish to sight your scope at ).
2. Postion your rifle on a steady shooting platfom such as a gun rest or bipod pointed at the target. For variable magnification scopes, set your scope to the maximum magnification.
3. For variable magnification scope , set your scope to the maximum magnification .
4. Fire on round at the center of the target, taking care not to change the postion of the rifle.
5. Using a spotting scope or binoculars, identify the bullet hole on the target.
6. Using the windage and elevation adjustment dials on your scope, adjust the postion of the crosshairs to align with the bullet hole. The elevation dial is located on top of the scope, while the windage dial is located on the right of the scope. Each click of the adjustment dial will move the position of the crosshairs by ½ inch at 100 yards.
7. Once the crosshairs are aligned with the bullet hole, aim again at the center of the target and repeat the process until you are consistently hitting the center of the target.