Please read these operating instructions carefully before using it for the first time, in order to avoid malfunctions.
When handling the rifle scope in combination with the weapon, observe the generally accepted safety regulations for the handling of firearms.
Rifle scopes contain detachable small parts. Caution: danger of swallowing for children.
SCOPE OF DELIVERY
- 1x Neopren Cover
- 1x CR2032 battery
- 1x Offset screwdriver DIN 911 TX5 for scale locking of the height and windage adjustment
- Operating instructions
- Warranty card
- NOBLEX optics cleaning cloth
|Magnification||1x – 6x||2x – 12x||2.5x – 15x|
|Ø Objective aperture [mm||24||50||56|
|Ø Exit pupil [mm||11. – 4.0||11.1 – 4.0||11.1 – 3.7|
|Field of view [m / 100 m||37.5 – 6.25||37.5 – 6.25||15.0 – 2.5|
|Angle of field of view [Degree]||21.2|
|Parallax adjustment [m||100||100||50 – ∞|
|Adjustment per click [cm / 100m]||1|
|Ratio adjustment range height / windage||1:1||1.6:1||1.6:1|
|Reticle adjustment range height [cm / 100m||±185||±130||±100|
|Reticle adjustment range windage [cm / 100m]||±185||±80||±60|
|Interpupillary distance [mm]||93|
|Dioptre adjustment [dpt]||±3.0|
|Overall length [mm]||287||353||363|
|Mass without rail [g]||530||660||750|
|Masse with rail [g]||555||680||760|
|Connecting thread objective||M27 x 0.75||M52 x 0.75||M52 x 0.75|
Inserting the battery
To insert / change the battery, screw off the cover of the battery compartment (1) of the lighting unit. When inserting the battery, make sure that the plus sign is visibly at the top of the battery. To remove the button cell, press down its edge, until the battery disengages and is protruding.
Switching the der reticle illumination on/off
To switch on the reticle illumination, grab the operating ring (2) and pull it out. In the switched-on state, a red marking becomes visible and informs about the operating status of the rifle scope.
By pressing in the operating ring (2), the reticle illumination is switched off.
Brightness control of the reticle illumination
The intensity is adjusted via an upward and downward movement (which is limited by an end stop) of the operating ring (2). By turning until the end stop in (+) direction and by holding, the luminosity will be increased. By turning until the end stop in (–) direction and by holding, the luminosity will be decreased. When the minimal or maximal end position is reached, the illuminated reticle is flashing. After releasing the control unit, the set brightness is fixed.
If the operating ring (2) is not actuated within a period of 180 minutes, the reticle illumination switches off automatically. In order to activate the reticle illumination again, switched off and on the reticle illumination, or actuate the intensity control.
The electronics of the reticle illumination has a memory function. The brightness value which has been set last before switching off is saved and is instantly available after switching on again.
If a low battery voltage has been detected, a warning is issued by rhythmic flashing of the illuminated dot, which indicates timely that the battery has to be changed soon.
For the shooting adjustment / ballistics correction, screw both protective caps off the domes of the reticle adjustment. By turning the subjacent handle elements, the hit point position is changed, namely the top dome for height, and the right-hand dome for lateral adjustment.
Height adjustment (H) (3)
Turning the handle elements in direction of the arrow will shift the hit point upwards.
Windage adjustment (R) (4)
Turning the handle elements in direction of the arrow will shift the hit point to the right.
In order to ensure a quick locating of the „zeroed-in“ zero position of the reticle when using different ammunition or fillings, the scale discs (5) can be zeroed. In order to do this, loosen the 3 screws (6) at the top side of the adjustment turret by means of the off-set screwdriver contained in the scope of delivery (half a turn). Now the scale can be turned and be positioned at the desired place. In order to fix the adjustment, all 3 screws (6) must be locked again.
The defined latching steps of the snap-in locking as well as the scale discs (5) for retrieving the zero point allow an exact, repeatable hit point correction.
The end of the adjustment range is perceptible due to the end stops.
In order to avoid unintended adjustments and to prevent damage of the adjustment units, the protective caps must be re-attached after the shooting adjustment.
SETTING THE VISUAL ACUITY
The visual acuity is set by turning the dioptre ring (8). A possible eye defect is compensated when the reticle is perceived clearly during relaxed seeing.
Eye defect compensation is possible up to ± 3.0 dioptre.
Depending on the shooting distance and the light conditions, the suitable magnification can be easily adjusted by turning the vario-ring (7).
For a better orientation, the most important magnification values are engraved into the vario-ring (8), where also any interim magnification can be continuously set, with a constant image quality, visual acuity, and perfectly maintained hit point position.
NOBLEX® N6 2,5-15 x 56 WITH PARALLAX COMPENSATION
For avoiding aiming errors at high magnifications, the NOBLEX® N6 2,5-15×56 comes with a parallax compensation adjustment (9). At shooting distances of clearly above or below 100 m, therefore the hit point deviation caused by parallax can be compensated by adjusting the target distance at the parallax ring (9). The range of the distance setting is from 50 m to infinite. The adjustment limits are clearly perceptible due to the end stops.
To protect the rifle scope, a neoprene sleeve is included.
Your NOBLEX® rifle scope requires no special maintenance. At first, blow away large dirt particles (e.g. coarse dust, sand) on the lenses or remove them with a soft brush. For the subsequent thorough cleaning, it is recommended to slightly breathe upon the lenses surface and the cleaning with the supplied NOBLEX® optics cleaning cloth made of high quality micro fibre.
All NOBLEX® N6 rifle scopes come with the NOBLEX® multiclean lens coating. The effective protective coating for the lens surface significantly reduces the pollution of the lens. All kinds of pollutions adhere less and can be removed quickly, easily and free of streaks.
Notes on the disposal of sighting mechanisms with electronic components
Sighting mechanisms equipped with an illuminated reticle and therefore, have a design-related electronic component, may not be mixed with ordinary household waste after use. For proper treatment, recovery and recycling, take these products to the designated collection points, where they can be collected without charges. The proper disposal of this product at the relevant collection points contributes to protection of the environment and prevention of potential adverse effects on humans and the environment that may result from improper handling of waste.
Notes on the disposal of batteries in sighting mechanisms
Batteries should not be disposed of with household waste. Please dispose of old batteries via the designated return and recycling system. The consumer is legally obligated to return batteries that are dead and no longer usable. They are returned at designated collection points