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I have a Winchester 1885 with a 15 power Lyman Super Targetspot scope on it.  The cross hairs are tilted and not level.  Does this scope allow a person to adjust them or do I have send it to someone who works on these scopes?  If I have to send it to someone, do you have any recommendations’ as to who to send it to.

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Edward Kitner said
I have a Winchester 1885 with a 15 power Lyman Super Targetspot scope on it.  The cross hairs are tilted and not level.  Does this scope allow a person to adjust them or do I have send it to someone who works on these scopes?  If I have to send it to someone, do you have any recommendations’ as to who to send it to.

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Pray you never have to send it off for ANY reason, such is the sad state of affairs for scope repairs, but to square the crosswires, just loosen the second knurled ring back from the eyepiece & rotate as required.

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Thanks Clarence.  Is that the one with the set screw in it?

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Thanks Clarence.  Is that the one with the set screw in it?

  

Yes–that’s the reason for the screw.

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