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First, turn both the elevation and windage knobs all the way clockwise, without forcing any clicks. Stop turning the turret when you feel light resistance on the knob.

WARNING: TURNING PAST THE POINT OF RESISTANCE WILL CAUSE PERMANENT DAMAGE TO YOUR SCOPE

Next, turn back counterclockwise ½ the amount of total adjustment for your scope for both the windage and elevation turrets. Refer to the following chart for how many clicks to turn the turrets to get back to optical center.

Also, when resetting the turrets to optical center, be sure to loosen any set screws for scopes that have zero lock. Otherwise, the zero locking turret will limit your travel to 1 turn.

Scope

Total Adjustment (E/W)

# of clicks to count back Elevation

# of clicks to count back Windage

CMR14X24/CMR-AK762

E: 180MOA, W: 180MOA

180 clicks

180 clicks

CMR4

E: 52 Mils, W: 52 Mils

260 clicks

260 clicks

CMR8F

E: 30 Mils, W: 30 Mils

150 clicks

150 clicks

PHENOM 5-30X56 FFP

E: 20Mils, W: 15 Mils

100 clicks

75 clicks

TAC-V210X42

E: 18 Mils, W: 15Mils

90 clicks

75 clicks

TAC-V420X50

E: 17.5 Mils, W: 14.5Mils

87 clicks

72 clicks

TAC-VF420X50 FFP

E: 17.5 Mils, W: 14.5

87 clicks

72 clicks

UD2510X44MD

E: 60 MOA W: 60 MOA

60 clicks

120 clicks

UD416X50MD/MLR

E: 60 MOA, W: 50MOA

60 clicks

100 clicks

UD530X56

E: 20Mils, W: 15Mils

80 clicks

75 clicks

ART2510X44

E: 60MOA, W: 60MOA

120 clicks

120 clicks

ART-M1200-XLR

E: 60MOA, W: 60MOA

120 clicks

120 clicks

TP312X50MD

E: 60MOA, W: 60MOA

120 clicks

120 clicks

TP416X50MD/MLR

E: 60 MOA, W: 50MOA

120 clicks

120 clicks

TP730X50MOA

E:70MOA, W: 70MOA

140 clicks

140 clicks

PR156X42

E: 100MOA, W: 100MOA

200 clicks

200 clicks

PR2510X44

E: 80 MOA, W: 80MOA

160 clicks

160 clicks

MD39X40MD

E: 90 MOA, W: 90 MOA

90 clicks

180 clicks

BC156X42

E: 100 MOA, W: 100MOA

200 clicks

200 clicks

BC39X40/IR/TBML

E: 90 MOA, W: 90MOA

180 clicks

180 clicks

LER27X32/BDC

E: 50MOA, W: 50MOA

100 clicks

100 clicks

M40TACH/USMC

E: 90MOA W: 90MOA

180 clicks

180 clicks

MM-2

E: 100 MOA, W: 100MOA

100 clicks

100 clicks

MTD-30

E: 70MOA, W: 70MOA

70clicks

70 clicks

ESTD2116

E: 160MOA, W: 160MOA

160 clicks

160 clicks

There are several factors that could affect the point of impact of the scope. First, check to ensure that the mounts/rings are securely affixed to the picatinny rail. There should be no movement of the scope when it is tightened down

Sometimes, if a riflescope has been zeroed on multiple firearms, the internal erector unit may be pushed out of center. This could limit the amount of adjustment or cause the internal adjustment travel to move diagonally if the erector unit is pushed to its outer limits. Try to reset the scope to optical center.

If that does not resolve problem, contact us at (888)445-8912 for a return authorization.

Phenom FFP Series

The Phenom 5-30X56 FFP is housed in a one piece 34mm aluminum tube. You will need at least 1.15" of height on the rings to clear the front objective.

This scope was designed for long distance tactical shooting such as the Precision Rifle Series (PRS) Match. For best results, we recommend using a rifle capable of shooting past 500m, such as an AR10 or bolt rifle in 308 Winchester, 6.5 Creedmoor, 300 Win Mag, 338 Lapua Magnum, 30 calibers, etc.

The hash marks on the reticle can be used by the shooter for wind holds, tracing shots, or rangefinding. This reticle was designed for “slow shooting” at a stationary target 1000 yds+ away. 

Download the CW3-FFP Reticle guide here.

PentaLux TAC-V SFP Series

The PentaLux SFP Series requires 30mm rings that are at least 1" in height.

The PentaLux SFP series is designed for mid distance hunting and target shooting. The 2-10X and 4-20X can be used as a DMR scope on the AR15, AR10 and bolt rifles.

The PentaLux TAC-V SFP series reticles are true at the highest power setting. For the TAC-V 2-10X SFP scope, the reticle is true at 10X. The TAC-V 4-20X SFP scope reticle is true at 20X.

To use the ranging scale, you need to first know the actual size of your target. If the known size is in meters, use the meter scale. If your known sized target is in yards, use the yards scale. Simply, overlay the target on the scale and adjust the magnification ring until that target’s known size matches the size it reads on the scale. Read the second set of numbers on the magnification ring to determine the approximate distance to the target.

PentaLux TAC-VF FFP Series

The PentaLux TAC-VF FFP is housed in a one piece 30mm aluminum tube. This scope requires 30mm rings that are at least 1" in height.

The PentaLux TAC-VF scope is designed with long range target shooting and competition in mind. We recommend that you mount the TAC-VF scope on a capable long range rifle, either semi-automatic or bolt rifle.

In first focal plane optics, the reticle is accurate at every power. This is especially useful when tracking moving game or engaging targets are unknown distances. 

Click here for more information on first focal plane optics.

Uni-Dial Series

The UD2510X44 requires 1” rings that are at least 0.9” high.
The UD416X50MD and UD416X50MLR requires 30mm rings that are at least 1” tall.
The UD530X56 requires 34mm rings that are at least 1.1” tall.

This scope was designed for mid to long distance hunting and target shooting. The Uni-Dial ballistic turret’s advantage lies in its speed when you are shooting at known distances. Simply turn the dial to the respective marker for your distance.

First, determine your trajectory data by using a ballistic calculator or your DOPE. Next, loosen the 2 set screws on the turret. Set the flags to the corresponding drop data returned by your ballistic calculator or your DOPE. Once the flags are set, you can zero the scope, reindex the turrets and lock down the set screws. Be sure to remember or write down which distance each flag corresponds to.

The UD530X56 has a tool-less adjustable ballistic turret. Simply loosen the locking screw on the turret. Then you can adjust the 6 markers to quickly refer to 6 distances down range.

The reticle is accurate at 10X for the UD2510x44MD, UD416X50MD and UD416X50MLR scopes. The UD530X56 Mil Ranging reticle is true at 20X.

If you know the distance of your target, you can simply turn the elevation dial to the respective marker/flag on the turret and hold dead center on the reticle. No counting clicks, holdovers, or mental math necessary.

Automatic Ranging Trajectory

You do not need to use any additional rings to mount this scope. Both the M1000-PRO and M1200-XLR come with integrated mounts. The ART scope mounts can be mounted on both picatinny and weaver rails.

The ART M1000-PRO has an auto-ranging capacity from 200 yards out to 1000 yards.

The ART M1200-XLR has an auto-ranging capacity from 300 meters out to 1200 meters.

First, you need to determine your rifle’s ballistic data using the suggested zero range. The M1000-PRO needs to be zeroed at 200 yards whereas the M1200 needs to be zeroed at 300m in order for the auto ranging trajectory functionality to work properly.

You can zero your ART scope at a closer distance if you do not have access to longer range. 

There is a trajectory chart in the ART scope manual for both the M1000 and M1200 that shows how much external elevation adjustment that the base will provide on each CAM setting.

Using a ballistic calculator such as JBMBallistics or any other reputable calculator, determine your rifle's trajectory curve out to the furthest distance that you will shoot or the maximum ranging distance. (1000 yards for the M1000-PRO or 1200m for the M1200-XLR)

Next, compare the output of the ballistic calculator to the chart in the ART scope manual to determine an initial CAM setting.
NOTE: When using the general caliber cam, there will not be a perfect cam setting that can achieve sub-MOA groups at all distances within the ranging capacity. 

There is no one perfect CAM setting that can achieve sub MOA groups at all distances in the ranging capacity. The ART system was designed to place a hit in the center of mass on the target.

If you feel like the CAM setting is slightly off for the distance you are shooting at, use the following suggestion to calibrate the setting. If you are shooting HIGH, adjust the CAM Setting 10-20 HIGHER. If you are shooting LOW, adjust the CAM setting 10-20 settings LOWER.

If you are running out of adjustment on ART scope, we recommend that you use the built-in external windage adjustment on the front ring of the ART base.

For instructions on adjusting external windage on the M1000, refer to page 8 of the ART M1000 manual.

For instructions on adjusting external windage on the M1200, refer to pages 7-8 of the ART M1200 manual.

The beauty of the ART system lies in its ability to quickly place shots on known sized targets at unknown distances. As long as your target is within the ranging capacity of the ART scope, you can simply frame a 18 or 36" target within the center opening on the M1000-PRO HR1 reticle or a 1/2m target within the open space in the M1200 reticle.

In automatic mode, adjust the CAM unit until the target fits within the bracket or the open space in the reticle. Once the target is framed, you can pull the trigger. No holdovers or counting clicks required!

Here is the Leatherwood ART Quick Start Video Tutorial

Top Angle Series

The Hi-Lux Top Angle series rifle scopes are housed in a one piece 30mm aluminum tube. You will need 30mm rings that are at least 1" tall.

This scope has a uniquely positioned parallax turret at 45 degrees left from the vertical. This ambidextrous setup is especially handy for left handed shooters.

This MD and MLR versions of this scope are intended for mid to long distance hunting and target shooting applications. The 7-30X50MOA top angle scope is designed with the long distance benchrest shooter in mind.

The TP312X50MD, TP416X50MD and TP416X50MLR reticles are accurate at 10X.
The TP730X50 MOA Ranging Reticle is accurate at 28X.

Close to Medium Range

The CMR 1-4X can use any 30mm rings that are at least 0.5” tall.
The CMR8 1-8X requires any 34mm rings that are at least 0.6” tall.

The CMR series is designated for close quarters to medium distance shooting up to 500m, such as competitive 3Gun. This scope works well with the AR10 and AR15 platform.

The reticle is true at 4X for the CMR-AK762 and CMR4.
The CW-4FFP reticle in the CMR8F is true at every power because it is in the first focal plane.

There are 3 reticle options for the CMR1-4 at this time. There is a 62grain 5.56 BDC (CMR4), 7.62x39r BDC (CMR-AK762) and 55 grain 5.56 BDC (CMR4-556). The CMR-AK762 reticle can also be used for supersonic 300 Blackout rounds out to 300m.

30mm Professional Series

Any 30mm rings that are at least 0.8" tall.

This scope was designed for hunting and target shooting. This scope excels at shooting distances from 300yards and in. However, you can extend the range of the scope by using the Mil-Dots for holdover. This will work on any standard hunting rifle, bolt action rifle or AR.

The reticle is true at 6X for the PR156X42 scope.

The reticle is true at 10X for the PR2510X44 scope.

Multi-Dial Series

Any 30mm rings that are at least 0.8" tall.

This scope was designed for hunting and target shooting. This scope excels at shooting distances from 300yards and in. However, you can extend the range of the scope by using the Mil-Dots for holdover. This will work on any standard hunting rifle, bolt action rifle or AR.

The Multi-Dial No Math Mil Dot reticle is true at 9X.

First zero the rifle scope. Next, loosen the set screws and re-index the scope to your zero. There are 4 rings on the elevation turret that you can hand adjust to quickly reference different distances down range. You will need to know the trajectory of your bullet with your setup.

Buck Country

Any 1” rings that are at least 0.8” tall.

This scope was designed for hunting and target shooting. This scope excels at shooting distances from 300 yards and closer. This will work on any standard hunting rifle, bolt action rifle or AR.

The reticle is accurate at 9X for the TBML 3-9X40 BDC models. The center crosshair can be used at all powers.

Long Eye Relief Series

The Long Eye Relief rifle scopes are housed in a one piece 1" main tube. You will need 1" rings that are at least 0.6" tall.

The Long Eye Relief series is designed to be forward mounted in front of the action. This configuration is typically found on scout rifles such as the Ruger Gunsite Scout or the Springfield M1A scout. In order to see the full field of view, you need to maintain an eye relief of 9-11".

The LER BDC reticle is true at 7X. The center crosshair can be used to aim at any power.

If you can come up with a mounting solution with enough eye relief, then you can use this scope on a pistol. However, this is not the intended application for the scope.

M40 Series

Any 1" rings that are at least 0.8" tall.

This scope was designed for hunting and target shooting. This scope excels at shooting distances from up to 600 yards. This will work on any standard hunting rifle, bolt action rifle or AR.

The reticle is true at 9X.

Using the Parallel Lines: The two parallel lines in the top half of the reticle can be used to vertically frame an 18" target. Simply adjust the magnification until the 18" target fits within the parallel lines. To read the approximate range, look at the rangefinding scale in the lower right quadrant. The approximate range is the smallest number that is visible on the rangefinding scale.

Center of Reticle: There are also 2 hash marks on the horizontal stadia line that you can use to frame a known target of 1 yard or 36" in width. Adjust the magnification ring until the 36" target fits between the 2 hash marks on the horizontal stadia line. The rangefinding scale will return the approximate range of the framed target.

MM-2 Red Dot Sight

Absolute Cowitness is when the red dot and the iron sights are lined up at the center of the reticle.

Lower 1/3 Cowitness is when the iron sights cowitness in the lower 1/3 of the sight picture. For Lower 1/3 cowitness, when looking through the red dot, the dot will appear in the center of the sight. However, when you look through the iron sights, the red dot will appear to align with the irons. This is due to the parallax free nature of the MM-2 red dot.

Here is an image that illustrates absolute vs lower 1/3 cowitness.

The MM-2 red dot is recommended for any AR platform rifle, AK variant, shotgun or pistol with picatinny or weaver rail.

The red dot subtends 2 MOA.

At this time, we only offer a 2 MOA red dot in the MM-2.

Hold the + button to enter programming mode. The red dot will blink once for every hour of the auto shutoff timer. Press “-“ button to reduce the auto shutoff timer by 1 hour. You can set the auto shutoff from 0 hours (always on) to 12 hours. The default setting for auto-shutoff is 8 hours of inactivity.

The MM-2 has the same base hole pattern as the Aimpoint T-1. The MM-2 has been tested on the AD T-1 micro mount, LRuge LT660 QD, and Geissele super precision T1 series.

Max Tac Dot (MTD-30)

The MTD-30 comes with an integrated base for mounting. The MTD-30 can be mounted on any picatinny or weaver rail.

The MTD-30 is designed for hunting and target shooting. This red dot excels at shooting distances from 200 yards an closer. We recommend sighting this red dot in at 25 yards. This will work on any bolt action hunting rifle, shotgun or AR.

The MTD-30's red dot subtends 4 MOA.

We haven't had a problem with the MTD-30 even when mounted on a 50cal muzzleloading pistol. 

TD-4 Reflex Sight

The TD-4 mounts directly on to any picatinny or weaver rail. 

The TD-4 is not compatible with handgun dovetails/base plates at this time.

This scope was designed for target shooting, or as a backup sight for tactical shooting. This scope excels at distances from 300yards and in. We recommend sighting the TD-4 in at 25 yards. This will work on any standard hunting rifle, bolt action rifle, AR, or AK.

Wm. Malcolm 6X Long Telescopic Sights

The standard kit for the Malcolm 6X 30" telescopic sight includes:

1) Wm. Malcolm 6X Telescopic sight
2) 5" Extended Sunshade
3) Heavy Duty Rear Base
4) 3/8" Front Dovetail
5) Front Ring
6) Rear mount with vernier scale

7) Front Objective and Eyepiece lens covers

Sharps Rifles with Hexagonal or Octagonal Barrel

Short Answer: Yes, if your rifle has a non-tapered hexagonal or octagonal barrel of at least 28" long and you are willing to drill and tap the receiver.

Long Answer: Rifles of this period, even of the same model and design, may have variations in the receiver due to differences in tooling by the manufacturers. Some modern reproductions of rifles such as the Pedersoli 1874 Sharps already come predrilled from the factory.  Most new production Pedersoli and Chiappa rifles have been predrilled and are compatible with our Malcolm 6X Long scope out of the box.

If the rifle is not predrilled, you will most likely need to drill and tap holes in the receiver to install the heavy duty base and rear mount.

Some Sharps rifles such as the C-Sharps and Shiloh Sharps have non-standard dovetail block sizes . We have designed the Shiloh Dovetail Block and Front Ring Set.

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