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BJ101 red dot sight instruction manual

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BJ101 red dot sight instruction manual

LXGD-BJ101 it has been carefully crafted and quality assured to provide of trouble-free service on rifles,shotguns,and handguns.

 

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MOUNTING
CAUTION:BE SURE THAT THE FIREARM IS NOT LOADED.PRACTICE SAFE FIREARM HANDLING AT ALL TIMES.

Your dot sight has integral mounting rails that attach to a Weaver-style base.Loosen the mounting screws and set the dot sight onto the Weaver-style base.
There are two mounting screws.One of these screws is located lower than the other and is meant to fir into one of the grooves provided in the top of the Weaver-style base.if the dot sight equipped with QD dovetail mount,while tweak shaft for mounting adjustment.Align the rails with the grooves in the top of the Weaver-style base.Release shaft to loose the mount,while tweak shaft to lock the mount.to change the shaft tension,release the shaft and clockwise rotate the link shaft’s bolt to increase the tension.Be sure the dot sight is fully seated onto the base and carefully tighten the mounting screws.For additional security, a drop of thread-locking fluid can be added to the screws.

ELECTRONIC ILLUMINATION FUNCTION
There are 2 modes to turn on the dot sight.One is normal mode(Pressing the switch button),with 5 brightness settings.With the dot sight pointed towards the target,pressing the button each time will decreases brightness by 1 level.Press the button while the brightness level is lowest will set the brightness level to the highest.Every 5 brightness levels constitute one cycle.Meanwhile,hold on the pressing button for 3seconds will turn the unit off.Another mode is NV mode (Pressing the NV switch button). Make sure the dot sight is turned off before using the NV mode.NV mode need NV device to accommodate dot sight.

BORE SIGHTING

CAUTION:BE SURE THAT THE FIREARM IS NOT LOADED.PRACTICE SAFE FIREARM HANDLING AT ALL TIMES.

If possible,bore sighting should be done to achieve rough alignment of the dot sight to the firearm.This is best accomplished through the use of an optical bore sighter.If a bore sighter is not available,place the firearm on a steady rest and sight down the bore or along the barrel at a small target about 50 yards away.Turn on the dot sight and select an red dot intensity that provides good contrast against the target.And reticle can be selected.Use the windage and elevation adjustment rotation cap for adjustment until the position if the reticle corresponds with the target viewed through the bore or along the barrel.

FINAL ZEROING(LIVE FIRE)
CAUTION:USE ADEQUATE EYE AND EAR PROTECTION AT ALL TIMES.SHOOT ONLY AT AN APPROVED RANGE OR SUITABLE SAFE AREA

Position the target no further than 25 yards away to begin the zeroing process.
Select an intensity that provides a clear appearance of the reticle against the target.With the firearm on a steady rest,carefully fire three shots and note where they strike on the target.Make adjustments to the windage and elevation as necessary.Prior to windage/elevation adjustment,loosen locking screws,then make adjustments.Fire three more shots and note where they strike the target. Make adjustments to the windage/elevation as necessary and repeat as needed at the desired sight-in distance.

BATTERY
Your dot sight comes equipped with 1 CR2032 3V Lithium batteries.It can be stored for several months without losing power.However,it is recommended that an extra set of batteries be carried when in the field.This is especially true if the weather is excessively cold,as this will reduce battery life.To replace the batteries,rotate the battery compartment cover counter clockwise and remove.Tilt the sight to the side and the old batteries should slide out.Insert the replacement batteries with the “+” ends facing out.Make sure the battery cover fringe align with the battery compartment and carefully fit into the screw thread.Rotate the battery cover clockwise.Turn on the dot sight immediately to check the correct installment of battery and verify the appearance of reticle patterns.

PARALLAX
Parallax is an unavoidable optical phenomenon where the image of the reticle and the target are in two different image planes (locations).This phenomenon presents itself as an apparent change in the position of the reticle against the target when the shooter’s eye is moved significantly away from the center of the field of view.Your red dot has been carefully aligned to have a minimum parallax at 30 yards.At distances significantly greater of less than this,some parallax will be observed.To reduce the possibility of a point of impact shift caused by parallax.try to keep the reticle(various patterns)in the middle 2/3 Of the field of view.