|Ref. OP701||Item designation Collimator adjustment all calibres||Category Free sale||MSRP 115 € incl. tax||
The available products can be ordered by your gunsmith who will be delivered in 24 / 48h, unavailable products are being replenished, but your gunsmith may have in stock, ask!
Collimateur de réglage tous calibres de 5,5 au cal . 50
Livré avec tiges pour calibres : (5. 5 mm), . 22, 6 mm, . 25 (6. 35 mm), 6. 5 mm, . 270, 7mm, . 30, . 32, . 338, . 35, . 375, . 44, . 45, . 50
La grille de réglage est divisée en subdivision de 4moa (10 cm à 100 m) permettant de faire un pré réglage précis et d'affiner le réglage en économisant les cartouches.
Delivered with rods for calibres: (5. 5 mm),. 22.6 mm. (6.35 mm), 6. 5 mm,. 270, 7mm,. 30, . 32,. 338,. 35,. 375,. 44,. 45,. 50 plus an adjustable rod for 12 gauge and 20 gauge.
NOTICE: COLLIMATOR SETTING GLASSES RTI - BORESIGHTER
WARNING. Make sure that the weapon is not loaded, that the action is open and that the barrel is pointed in a safe direction. Always observe the safety rules of the weapon when using it.
1. Mounting the telescope
When the rings are installed on the weapon, separate the top section of the rings by removing the screws. Place the bezel on the lower half of the rings. Replace the upper half without overtightening.
Rotate the bezel to position the elevation turret on the top of the bezel (vertical). Look at an object through the telescope and adjust the focus of the eye. Tighten the screws on the upper half of the screws.
2. Fixing the collimator on the barrel of a weapon
Select the right rod for your barrel according to the caliber indicated and insert the notched part into the tuning collimator. Tighten the locking screw to firmly secure the collimator.
WARNING. If the stem does not fit easily, remove it and check that you are using the correct one.
Insert the other end of the rod into the barrel
If necessary, turn the adjustment collimator until the lines match vertically and horizontally with the reticle vectors. Remove the drift and elevation caps (if necessary). Adjust the drift and elevation turrets until the cross aligns with the center of the grid. Each division on the grid is equal to 4 MOA or inches per 100 meters. Zeroing is now done.
Remove the tuning collimator and barrel stem and secure them in their box.
WARNING. Make sure the rod is removed from the barrel. If you do not do it, you could hurt yourself or kill yourself and those around you.
Ear and eye protection is recommended. Secure use of the weapon is necessary.
The collimator adjustment saves you time and money to preset your telescope. The final steps must be done with the instructions of your telescope. This kit covers most calibres. Its robustness will allow you to use it several years.