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IOR's M2 Windage scale?

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by NozlerAtClemson, Jul 6, 2004.

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  1. NozlerAtClemson

    NozlerAtClemson Member

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    I got IOR's M2 for 7.62, I love it. I can range people (5'8" people) and then dial in the range on the elevation knob that is the BDC. The instuctions that came with it are lacking. The elevation can be figured out but it doesn't say what values the windage adjustments are in. You do need to realize how IOR's knobs work on this scope. You zero it with the small outer screws loose and then when zeroed the knobs aren't moved, just the outer part. So the windage is at 0. It can be adjusted to 10 in each direction in .5 clicks. The manual doesn't say if these are MOA, 2 MOA, price of tea, or whatever scale. Anyone know what the numbers stand for?
     
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