. When I bought my pursuit boar sight from Basspro I only received a very small paper of instructions .Can you help
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That is right. If you had the rifle held in a vice aimed at a particular point and without moving the rifle you raised the cross hairs you would now be aiming above the point. To get your aim back onto the same spot you would have to loosen the vice and lower the barrel of the rifle. This would mean that the next shot would hit the target lower down. The same is true if you lower the crosshairs which means the bullet would rise. Likewise moving the crosshairs to the left brings your shot to the right and moving them right brings your shot to the left.

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No matter where you see the bullet holes in the paper, do not change your point of aim. Keep aiming at the bull`s-eye, or you`ll end up chasing your shots all over the target. It`s OK if you don`t hit the bull`s-eye at first. In fact, it`s almost guaranteed that you won`t.
Parallax occurs when the target and reticle are on different planes within the scope. It is detectable when you move your head or eye around while looking through the scope, and the reticle appears to move or swim around the object at which you are aiming.
4 clicks on the scope equal 1 MOA. So, if every 4 clicks equals 1 MOA, you will need 5 of those 4 click adjustments, or 20 clicks total.
The knob on the right side of the scope is generally an adjustment for windage, which means how far right or left the projectile will strike. The windage and elevation knobs adjust the reticle and help shooters match the aiming point of the firearm with the crosshairs.
If you`re shooting too low, raise the reticle up to meet the point of impact. If you`re shooting too high, lower the reticle down to meet the point of impact.
Let`s start with the most familiar way to new shooters: closing one eye and looking through the scope or down the iron sights with the open eye. Which eye you close depends on whether you`re right or left-handed, but you generally want the dominant eye closest to the gun to be open.
If the screws are too tight, they can damage your scope, or the screws can strip making them difficult to next to impossible to remove. That`s why scope manufacturers have scope ring torque recommendations.
There will be a slight gap on the sides of the rings; do not tighten until they touch as this will damage the scope. The gap should be about the same from side to side. By tightening a little at a time, and alternating side to side and front to back, this gap should stay even as you tighten.
(Remember, on this Target Knob, one click equals 0.1 mil, and it takes ten clicks to equal a full mil.)
Snipers zero their weapons at a target range or in the field. This is the process of adjusting the scope so that the bullets` points-of-impact are at the point-of-aim (centre of scope or scope`s cross-hairs) for a specific distance.
The optic riser allows you to adjust the height to your personal preference, helping your visual accuracy with aiming. If you are still unfamiliar with optic risers, this article will guide you to learn where you need an optic riser, and we will recommend the optic riser for you.
The three most common adjustments for any rifle scope are for elevation, windage and parallax.
Shooting at a 45-degree angle up is the same as shooting at a 45-degree angle down—it`s still 45 degrees. And regardless of shooting up or down at a steep angle or over a long distance, you always compensate by aiming low.
First, the question of whether to aim higher or lower on steep uphill and downhill shots is a classic. Many people think the answer must be different, but in fact what you want to do is aim LOWER for BOTH.
For most big-game rifles, a 200-yard zero makes sense. Sight in there with a . 30-06 or a similar cartridge, and your bullet will stay within three vertical inches of point of aim out to 250 yards or so. A three-inch vertical error still gives you a killing strike in the ribs of big-game animals.
What Magnification Do You Zero a Scope On? The magnification level on your scope does not matter while you are sighting it in. Magnification will not change your point of impact. Use whatever level of magnification you are most comfortable with from your given zero distance.
The idea behind this practice is to lower the activity of the half of the brain that isn`t technically being used, freeing it from distractions. Over the years, well-practiced shooters have determined that closing one eye helps you line up your target more easily.
being the general rule of thumb is the smaller your crosshair. the smaller of a gap you need of course this does not account for a dot. so that you will have to figure this out on a bigger crosshair.
Most professionals use a traditional crosshair, or a traditional crosshair with a dot in the middle.
What Can Cause a Rifle Scope to Fail to Hold a Zero After Zeroing It? The most common problems with holding zero are excessive recoil, abuse, improper installation, damaged scope or defective scope, poor quality or incorrect scope mounts or the firearm itself.
Having a reliable method for scope leveling is an essential foundation for accurate long range shooting. If you cut corners in this process, it`s likely that your scope will be off of its X and Y axes.
If a scope is the most important element for rifle accuracy, the scope`s mount and rings are just as important. No matter how precise your scope is, it is meaningless if your mounts are faulty, unsteady or unsuited to your rifle or to you as a shooter.
Say that you`re traveling 10 miles on streets with a speed limit of 25, and you would be looking at about 24 minutes of driving time.
How much is 1 MOA – for those of you using yards the answer is approximately 1 inch at 100 yards. For those of you using meters it is approximately 2.9 cm at 100 meters.

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Don’t know if it’s a primer failure or absence of powder. Primer CCI small pistol; Powder Bullseyie; Bullet 148 grain wadcutter; powder 3 grains, Gun S & W 14,This has happpened three times in the last month. The gun did not fire. I couiold not turn the cylinder. The bullet stopped the cylinder from turning.It was pushed back with a god and casing and bullet were separated. The primer was spent and there was no powder inside. The bullet seemed a little burnt.
Maybe there had been powder inside after all?
The popular theory is that I pulled the cssing after adding the powder, weighed the powder and then forgot to reload the powdeer before seating the bullet. But three times? Is there another possible explanation or explanations? I use a three-turret Lee reloader and there is an occasional primer seating problem; it doesn’t go in far enough always
ANSWER : I have seen this many many times before when I used to reload, my Remington M788 22-250. If inadvertently, didn’t add any powder, the primer had enough force to just break the seal, with the brass, and push the bullet out, just into the throat of the chamber… had to use my cleaning rod, to push the bullet back out. Sometimes, too the powder itself, just went stoopid, and it would burn? and not explode, if that’s at all possible, and every now and then, and this is over thousands of reloads, sometimes one or two, just didn’t work, would either jam in the barrel, or fallout the end ..lol I too used to use a Lee-loader too. You need to ensure that every case has powder. Also I have had “Bad” primers too. A primer has a large amount of force.. believe it or not.. and also 3 grains of powder is NOT a lot either. Well compared to the M788,anyway… It would be easy to “Miss” a Fill. We are all only human though.

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Help! Just bought a Remington 30 06 for my grandson that has a Bushnell Sportview U4124 4-12power scope mounted on it. I would like to sight it in at 100 yards using a 180 grain shell but I don’t have the owners manual and I don’t understand an on line explanation that I found. This is the on line message: “You’ll see two horizontal crosshairs, put the top one on the animals back then zoom in until the bottom one is on his stomach. Look at the numbers on the zoom dial there should be three lines they are D – deer, E – elk and A – antelope. The numbers are the distance to the game, you then turn the external elevation knob or turret to the matching distance and shoot dead on. No need to hold over for bullet drop. The sad part will be if you didn’t get the other turrets that would have come with it as they are calibrated to different calibers and bullet weights”
I don’t understand how to set the elevation knob to 100yards when its lowest shown number is 150. If I need other turrets how or where can I get them? Thanks, a frustrated grandfather.
ANSWER : You can contact the Remington directly who will ship you a free users manual. Here is the company’s Contact Us details:


You may also find the required answer in the official help center. It covers almost every fields. Here is the link:


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Gas not coming through lines on patio heater
ANSWER : Change the turn on swich it has bad connection due to moisture and rust inside it,if my info was of any help to you please leave a comment,thank you

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What does the lower ball joint look like – Moog 2006 Buick LaCrosse Lower Ball Joint 06 Buick Lower Ball Joint K5
ANSWER : This is the lower ball joint

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I have a TX500, never been used (just out of the box) and had to get an electrician to my home for this problem. It will start rolling but quits in a few seconds. The electrician believes that it is a problem in the sensor that rides at the belt. There is only one sensor in the pulley; he thinks that perhaps there should be two as there is a hole placement opposite the one that is in there. When the belt quits, it goes to a number 3 on the board which he thinks is the sensor as well. If he is correct, where do we get another magnet to place there? If he is not correct, please offer help. We did not get a owners manual in the box and surely could use one; where can we get one? Please help…thankyou
ANSWER : Hello,I believe the best thing to do at this point is to look for a way to get the manual of the device, this will give a full guide and better understanding on how to fix this problem.Check maualnguide.com to search for the manual of the device, the link provides almost all manuals to all device.Take care.

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Starter was removed, rebuilt and reinstalled. Looking for help fo correct wiring.

The starter has 1 small post and 2 large brass posts. 1 at the top and the other atthe bottom

There are 5 wires

– red battery cable
– red & yellow (Small post?)
– 2 red
– 1 orange

What could happen if the combinatio is not correct when I connect the battery?

I believe the serial # is LD64157

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Attach the orange wire (FROM THE ALTERNATOR) to the stud on the starter solenoid that you connect the red battery cable.. Looking at the studded end of the solenoid, the small stud on the right side gets the yellow w/red stripe from the slave solenoid. The strapping coming out of the starter should be connected to one stud already. The empty large stud gets the two red and the orange wires.”

The Red/ Yellow wire goes to the Small stud, closest to the block,+ All the other wires go on the vacant Big stud.

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Instruction to put up a Coleman Rock Springs 4 Tent please?
ANSWER : Wow, thats a monster tent. I’ll get you most of the way there, but I may miss a thing or twoLay it down, stretch it out and peg it. That will save you a ton of time.Next, find the four longest poles. These are the supports. Two on each side of the door, crossing diagonally to the rear. Put one end of the poles in the holes and bend until you can get the other end in. These poles should slide through sleeves in the tent. Once these are up, the rest are “extras.” The tent has hooks to hold the poles to the tent. You have two poles of equal lengths for the side windows. Again, route them thru a sleeve, bending them into the holes on either side of the windows. I can’t tell, but it looks like you have a pole system for the front door too. Somehow these poles go next to the main support poles and meet up under the rain cover.Next, lay the rain cover on top of the tent. It should connect by bungies to the bottom of the pole support holes. There might be a pole or two under the rain cover, but above the tent for support. If so. look for a small pouch that a pole could slide into on the bottom side of the rain cover. You’ll run the pole from the pouch to another pouch (all under the rain cover).Don’t worry about strings or extra poles. These are for high wind. Pegging the tent down is good enough.Good luck

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