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How to quickly zero the PCP Riflescope
Nov 10, 2018

First: When aiming, pay attention to the distance between the eyes and the scope. The distance between the eyes and the scope has two functions. One is to avoid the damage caused by the recoil force to the human eye during shooting. The largest imaging area can be obtained only when the human eye is at the exit distance.




Second: When aiming, the eyeball of the person must be consistent with the axis of the light sight, otherwise there will be parallax. Aiming errors will occur. When aiming correctly, the surrounding shadow area is a uniform ring shape, and the parallax appears as the shadow area around the imaging area is uneven. Once the crescent area appears, the arrow will be biased toward the larger part of the crescent area.




Three: There are two buttons in the middle of the scope. These two buttons have protective covers on them. You can see these two buttons after you screw them down. The button in the middle is to adjust the low deviation. For example: there is an UP, one is DOWN, turn in the direction of UP, the point will automatically correct upwards. If you follow the direction of DOWN, the original impact point will be automatically corrected downward. UP is upward in English, and DOWN is downward. When the impact point is down, it will turn in the direction indicated by UP. If it is played high, follow the direction of DOWN. On the side of the knob, the top one is written L, the other is written R, if you follow the direction of L, the impact point moves to the left, if you turn in the direction of R, the impact point will move to the right. L and R are uppercase letters of the first letter of the English left and right words, respectively.




Fourth: aiming on a grid, equivalent to offset 1/4 inch in the inch 100 yards (equivalent to 91 meters). The equivalent metric is 6.35 mm. If the impact point and the bull's eye are laterally offset by about 30 mm (3 cm), if it is 91 m, the grid is 6.35 mm. Then, at the 10 meters, the actual amount of movement of one grid is applied, and the aim is to twist one grid, which is equivalent to shifting 1/4 inch in the inch 100 yards (91 meters in metric). The equivalent metric is 6.35 mm. The impact point and the bull's-eye are laterally offset by about 30 mm. If at 91 meters, the grid is 6.35 mm. Then the actual amount of movement of a grid at 10 meters is divided by 9.35. The last is about 0.7 mm. The adjustment amount is 30 mm. Divide 30 by 0.7, about 43 grids. If it is a 30-meter adjustment, it is 2.16 mm. If 30-meter is 30 mm, it is 13.8, that is, 14 grids.


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