- Optical sight Craft
- Eyepiece and lens caps
- User manual
- Lens cloth
- Warranty card
For improvement purposes, design of this product is subject to change.
- Wide selection of models
- Flip-up lens and eyepiece caps
- Shock absorbing lens and eyepiece bandages
- Nitrogen-filled optical channel prevents fogging of inner optical parts in case of rapid temperature change
- Multicoated lenses ensure maximum light transmission, clarity and precise colour rendering
- One-piece metal body with anodized coating
- Long eye relief for safe shooting
- High recoil power up to 7000 Joules
- Light weight
Optical sights Craft 4x32, 7x50 and 8x56 are designed for target shooting using weapon of various calibres, including large ones. Craft 4x32 features lightweight design, compact size, suitable for driving or stalking hunting. Models 7x50 and 8x56 have high light gathering capacity and are ideal for use in twilight or lowlight conditions.
USING THE EYEPIECE DIOPTRE FOCUSING
- Look at a distant object through the eyepiece (1), eye relief should be around 95-100 mm (depending on model).
- If the reticle image is blurry, rotate the diopter adjustment ring (2) until the image is sharp and clear.
WARNING: Never look at the sun through the riflescope (or any other optical instrument) - it may permanently damage your eyes.
To ensure precise shooting the sight should be correctly mounted on a rifle.
- Use a high-quality mount with bases (not included) designed to ﬁt your type of riﬂe.
- The scope should be mounted as low as possible without touching either the barrel or the receiver. Before tightening the mount rings make sure you have the necessary eye relief that allows you to see a full ﬁeld of view.
WARNING: If the scope does not have sufficient eye relief, its rearward motion may injure the shooter when the rifle recoins.
Bore sighting is a preliminary procedure to achieve proper alignment of the sight with the rifle's bore.
- Aim at a target 100 meters away.
- Set a target at a distance of about 100m.
- Mount the rifle with the riflescope installed on a bench rest.
- Adjust the eyepiece (1) to achieve a sharp image of the target.
- Take aim and shoot at the centre of the target.
- If the point of impact did not match with the aiming point, unscrew the caps of windage (4) / elevation (3) turrets and use the turrets to line up the centre of the reticle and the point of impact.
- Take two shots. If required, re-adjust the reticle.
Attention! Each “click” of the Adjustment Scale Ring will change bullet impact by 1/4 MOA (Minute of Angle) in Craft 4x32 or 1/8 MOA Craft 7x50/8x56 which equates to 7 or 4 mm at 100 meters respectively.
Craft optical sights are equipped with reticle #40 (see pic.) with a red illuminating dot in its centre. To change illumination power, set the knob (5) against corresponding mark on the housing showing one of the illumination levels (there are 11 levels - see picture). Reticle illumination is powered by a single CR2032 Lithium battery. To replace the battery, unscrew the cover of the knob (5) counterclockwise and insert a new battery with “+” facing upwards.
Please note that if the sight is to be used with a Night Vision attachment, reticle illumination level should be set to “NV”.
It is recommended that you inspect the riflescope before every use. Make sure to check for the following:
- Visually inspect that the unit is free from any physical damagecracks, dents or signs of corrosion which may impair full functionality.
- Check the sturdiness and proper fit of the mounting system.
- Ensure that the objective lens and eyepiece are free of cracks, grease spots, dirt, water stains and other residue before use.
- Visually inspect the condition of the battery and the battery compartmentthe battery should be free of electrolyte and oxidation residue, especially where the battery makes contact with metal.
Technical maintenance should be done no less than twice a year, and is comprised in the following steps:
- Clean the outside metallic and plastic surfaces from dust, dirt and moisture, wipe the scope with a soft lint free cloth.
- Clean the battery compartment's electric contact points using an oil-free solvent.
- Inspect the eyepiece lens and the objective lens and gently blow off any dust and sand, and clean using lens cleaner and a soft clothsee section entitled «GUIDELINES FOR OPERATION».
Always store the unit in a dry, well-ventilated and dry place.