windage scale

windage scale

[′win·dij ‚skāl]
(ordnance)
Scale for adjusting a sight to allow for the effect of the wind on a bullet in flight. Also known as wind gage.
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There is no windage scale, but the roll pin holding the windage screw on the left side can be used as an ersatz increment.
There is no change of rotation for the elevation knob/dial, but the windage scale will need to be turned in the opposite direction to properly indicate right-to-left or left to right bullet impact changes on target.
BDC adjustment range Number on Elevation Turret 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Movement in MOA 0 3.2 6.5 10.2 14.4 20 25.5 Number on Elevation Turret 8 9 10 11 12 13 Movement in MOA 33 42.6 54 67 83 101 Soviet 3.5X22mm PU scope SPECIFICATIONS Magnification 3.5x Objective Lens Diameter 22mm Angle of View 4 Field of view 236 feet at 1,000 yards Elevation scale 100-1,300 meters Windage scale 10 Mils in either direction Dioptric Correction None Exit Pupil 6mm Eye Relief 2.8 inches Relative Brightness 36 Twilight Factor 8.8 Length 6.1 inches Weight 1.2 pounds with mount
Check that the block for the rear sight's windage scale isn't loose.
The sight also sports a micrometer windage scale and a large windage-adjusting knob on the right front portion of the sight.
The elevation staff is adjusted by a caroming screw and a wheel while the vernier calibrated windage scale is adjusted by two, opposing thumbscrews.
After zeroing, you may loosen the screw and set the windage scale to zero.
The sturdy rest also has a built-in arrow holder and laser-etched windage scales. The Cobra QuickConnect bracket attaches the draw cord of the DiamondBack to the bow.
Laser-etched elevation and windage scales allow sight-in in minutes.
Adjustments are easy thanks to the independent windage adjustment and laser-etched windage scales. The drop-away cable is mounted to the down bow cable with a provided mounting bracket and can be adjusted at the rest so you won't have to fool with tying the cable into the serving or melting the cables.