Primary Arms SLX3.5 4-14×44 FFP Mil instruction manual

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WARNING: Please unload your firearms and make sure the safety is engaged before installing and/or removing scope and other accessories.

Primary Arms® 4-14X44 Mil Mil Front Focal Plane Scope

First thing is to focus the reticle: This is the ring at the rear of the eyepiece. Looking at a light background, the reticle should appear sharp and crisp. If it does not, you need to adjust by using the ring. If you are farsighted, turn the ring clockwise a few turns. Nearsighted, turn it counterclockwise. Look at the scope with quick glances and adjust until it is clear. This is a one-time adjustment and you will use the side parallax/focus to adjust for distance while shooting.

Once you have zeroed the scope at your desired distance, the turret caps can easily be reset to zero by loosening the hex screw on the top of the cap and pulling it straight up and off. Carefully replace it in the zero position and tighten the screw.

Primary Arms SLX3.5 4-14x44 FFP Mil instruction manual
Primary Arms SLX3.5 4-14×44 FFP Mil instruction manual

Your new scope has a Mil Dot reticle with matching Mil based turrets. Each click of the turret moves the reticle by one-tenth of a Mil.

If you want to order Butler Creek flip up covers, the correct sizes are: 19 Eye and 31 Objective

Available Optional Sun Shade: Primary Arms® 4-14X Sun Shade (Sold Separately)

Primary Arms SLX3.5 4-14x44 FFP Mil instruction manual
Primary Arms SLX3.5 4-14×44 FFP Mil instruction manual

Warranty

Primary Arms guarantees your 4-14X44 FFP Scope to be free from manufacturer defects for a period of three years.

Primary Arms is your source for quality and value. We develop it and test it, or we won’t sell it. If you need our help before or after you make your purchase, call or email. We take pride in providing the highest quality service.

We know our stuff and we are happy to share.

Have fun and, above all, be safe and be sure to follow the four rules of “Gun Safety”:

  1. All guns are always loaded.
  2. Never point the muzzle at anything that you are not willing to destroy.
  3. Keep your finger off the trigger until your sights are on the target.
  4. Be sure of your target and what is beyond it.

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