DISCOVERY OPT (VT-R 3-9X40 IRAC) Scope For Air Rifle By Airsoft Gun India

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DISCOVERY OPT (VT-R 3-9X40 IRAC) Scope For Air Rifle By Airsoft Gun India

Solid construction from a rugged single-piece tube of aircraft-grade aluminum is the foundation for highly reliable performance features such as generous long eye relief and precise, smooth controls. Waterproof and fog-proof, the Discoveryopt riflescope is truly ready for any situation.

DISCOVERY OPT (VT-R 3-9X40 IRAC) Scope For Air Rifle By Airsoft Gun India

Solid construction from a rugged single-piece tube of aircraft-grade aluminum is the foundation for highly reliable performance features such as generous long eye relief and precise, smooth controls. Waterproof and fog-proof, the Discoveryopt riflescope is truly ready for any situation.

Technical Specifications:
Line Name: VT-R
Magnification: 3x-9x
Reticle Position: Second Focal Plane
Field of vied in Degrees: 6.7° -2.5°
Exit Pupil Diameter in mm: 13-4.0mm
Exit Pupil Distance ( Eye Relief ) in mm:83-72mm
Click Value: 1/4MOA
Max Elevatin adjust range (MIL) ± 10.1MIL
Max Windage adjust range (MIL) ± 10.1MIL
Effective Objective lens diameter: 40mm
Tube Diameter (mm): 25.4mm
Illuminated: YES
Length (mm): 305mm
Weight (g): 330g/350g
Shock Proof: 1000G
Water Proof: Yes
Fog Proof: Yes
Nitrogen Filled: Yes

 

The DISCOVERYOPT Riflescopes
Solid construction from a rugged single-piece tube of aircraft-grade aluminum is the foundation for highly reliable performance features such as generous long eye relief and precise, smooth controls. Waterproof and fog proof, the Discoveryopt riflescope is truly ready for any situation.

DISCOVERYOPT VT-R RETICLE
You have purchased a Discoveryopt riflescope equipped with the VT-R reticle. Designed to maximize long-distance shooting and ranging abilities, the VT-R MOA reticle can be used to effectively determine ranges, holdovers, windage corrections, and moving target leads.

 

RifleScope Adjustments
Reticle Focus Discoveryopt riflescopes use a fast focus style eyepiece, which allows the reticle focus to be set quickly and easily
1. Look through the riflescope at a blank white wall or up at the sky.
2. Turn the eyepiece focus ring in or out until the reticle image is as crisp as possible.

Note: Try to make this adjustment quickly, as the eye will try to compensate for an out-of-focus reticle.

Once this adjustment is complete, it will not be necessary to re-focus every time you use the riflescope. However, because your eyesight may change over time, you should re-check this adjustment periodically.

WARNING: Looking directly at the sun through a riflescope, or any optical instrument, can cause severe and permanent damage to your eyesight.

Magnification Adjustment
1. To change magnification, turn the magnification ring to the desired level.
2. Windage and Elevation Adjustments The Diamondback riflescope incorporates adjustable elevation and windage dials with audible clicks.
3. Each audible click moves the bullet's point-of-impact 1/4 of a minute of angle (MOA).
4. 1/4 MOA closely corresponds to 1/4 inch at 100 yards, 1/2 inch at 200 yards, 3/4 inch at 300 yards...taking four (4) clicks to move the bullet's point-of-impact approximately one inch at 100 yards.

How to adjust windage and elevation settings Begin adjusting the windage and elevation settings by first removing the outer covers.

1. Then, move the turrets in the direction you wish the bullet's, point-of-impact to change. To make the adjustments, rotate the adjustment dial on the left/right) as indicated by the arrows.
2. After sight-in, you can re-align the zero marks on the turret dials with the reference dots if you wish. Replace outer covers when done.
3. To adjust settings, turn dials: • Up/Down • Left/Right

Locking Side Illumination Control The Discoveryopt riflescopes use a variable intensity reticle illumination system to aid in low light performance. Integrated on the side focus dial for easy access, the illumination can be set and locked at your preferred setting.

To activate the illumination, adjust by rotating the adjustment dial in either direction. The illumination dial allows for 5 levels of brightness intensity. Adjust by rotating the adjustment dial in either direction.

Replacing the Battery
1. Unscrew the outer cap with the side.
2. Remove the battery.
3. Replace with a new CR 2032 battery.
4. Re-install the outer battery cap and be sure to fully tighten it down.

MAINTENANCE Cleaning
The fully waterproof and fog proof Razor HD AMG riflescope requires very little routine maintenance other than periodically cleaning the exterior lenses. The exterior of the scope may be cleaned by wiping it with a soft, dry cloth. When cleaning the lenses, be sure to use products that are specifically designed for use on coated optical lenses. Be sure to blow away dust or grit on the lenses prior to wiping the surfaces. Use your breath, or a very small amount of water, to remove dried water spots. Isopropyl Alcohol can help remove marks like fingerprints.

Lubrication
All components of the riflescope are permanently lubricated, so no additional lubricant should be applied. Note: Other than removing the turret caps, do not attempt to disassemble any components of the scope. Disassembling the scope may void the warranty.

Storage
If possible, avoid storing your scope in direct sunlight or any very hot location for long periods of time.

TROUBLESHOOTING Sighting-in Problems
Many times, problems thought to be with the scope are actually mount problems. Be sure the mounts are tight to the rifle and the scope is secured so it doesn't twist or move in the rings. An insufficient windage or elevation adjustment range may indicate problems with the base mount, base mount holes drilled in the rifle's receiver, or barrel/receiver alignment.

Check for Correct Base and Ring Alignment
1. Center the scope reticle.
2. Attach bore sighter, or remove the bolt and visually boresight rifle.
3. Look through the scope. If the reticle appears way off-center on the bore sighter image or when compared to the visually centered target when looking through the rifle's bore, there may be a problem with the bases or rings being used. Confirm that the correct base and rings are being used and in the proper orientation.

Grouping Problems
The are many issues that can cause poor bullet grouping. Be sure that rings are correctly torqued per the manufacturer's instructions. Be sure that all screws on the rifle's action are properly Be sure the rifle barrel and action are clean and free of tightening. Excessive oil or copper fouling. Maintain a good shooting technique and use a solid rest. . Some rifles and ammunition don't work well together-try different ammunition and see if accuracy improves.

 

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