Is there a scope shade that fits a Nikon prostaff 4x32 scope?
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I just paid $10 for a used one. Reg.No.F. 7432C
Unfortunately, not a great deal. A few have recently sold on EBay for around 22 - 28 dollars, but weren't perfect. In perfect condition and with the rings could be around 40- …50
I have one on my .44 mag and so far it works fine. A .44 mag rifle doesn't recoil as much as a 30-06 though. Also there's the issue of parralax. The Nikon is set for 50 yards …where the '06 really needs a scope set for at least 100-200 yards to take full advantage of it's capabilities. If all your shots are 50 yards or less try it. It's a 50/50 proposition
Priceless! ... actually around $450 depending on condition, but they were made by Tikka of Finland some as early as the 60's, they are quality firearms for the price
Send it back.
It's worth between $10 to $15 used.
The typical Marlin 39A does not have a scope. They are drilled and tapped that one can be added.
Does a Swiss Arms 4x32 rifle scope fit well on an airsoft UTG type 96 shadow ops sniper rifle If not what scope do you recommend?
the scope is not what you want to worry about, it is the scope mounting rings find rings that will fit to your toy and the scope will mount right on , do not expect the toy to… shoot dead on because it is a toy not a real weapon . don't shoot your eye out or anyone Else's eye.
No one can answer your question unless this is known...... Have you shot it with scope on? what is MOA adjustment for the scope? what is the yardage? Let me know & Ill… walk u in.....
Your going to need a rifle clamp or Sandbags to hold the rifle steady. With the scope mounted on the rifle ( Look up the answer to " How do you scope a rifle ") Load th…e rifle and set up a target at the distance you intend to shoot. ei 20 yards. Use a fairly large target. I use a large cardboard box filled with paper. Using a sandbag or rifle clamp, aim the rifle at the target, clamp or sandbag the rifle as best you can and fire your first shot. (DO not move the rifle after the shot is fired. (It will jump a little) look though the scope and use the two adjusting knobs on the scope to adjust the cross-hairs to the impact point not the center of the target. Now reload the rifle again and do the same thing over again. This time aim at the target center. Sandbag and fire your second shot. Make any correction to the new impact point. The new impact point should be closer to the target center. Remember do not move the rifle after the shot, keep it steady and make the adjustments. Then you can move the rifle to reload it. It may take you 4 or 5 times to get it centered but it will happen. I always take a black marker and mark my impact point after each shot so I don't confuse it with the new impact point from the pellet. Suggestions. USE good quality pellets. Don't use lightweight pellets like the Raptors. lightweight pellets wonder off target in a slight breeze. The heaver the pellet the straighter it travels. I recommend H&N pellets or Beeman target pellets. The easy way is to go out and purchase a laser scope site. The laser fits into the barrel and projects a laser light on the target where the barrel is aimed. Then all you have to do is adjust you scope to the laser dot on the target. But that's too easy.
50-550 USD or so
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You can't it is not designed to come apart. Time for a new Scope.