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9/22/2017 12:11:25 AM
Posted: 4/5/2006 2:02:25 PM EDT
Quick questions:

What is the correct size/model# for the Butler Creek flip-up cover for the eyepiece of the SS 10X?

How does one remove the knobs to replace the O-rings?

Link Posted: 4/5/2006 3:18:17 PM EDT
Stolen from another site with initials SP


10x42 (both models): 20 EYE, 30 OBJECTIVE (uses #3 ARD killFlash)
16x42: 20 EYE, 30 OBJECTIVE (uses #3 ARD killFlash)
20x42: 20 EYE, 30 OBJECTIVE (uses #3 ARD killFlash)

You remove the knobs with the little allen wrench that it comes with (or one the same size) There are 3 screws around the circumfrence edge. Remove the screws and pull up. If you want to zero the knobs, loosen and turn
Link Posted: 4/5/2006 6:20:16 PM EDT
Thanks. Just ordered the flip-ups.

One more question: What size O-rings are you supposed to use to replace the factory rings? I replaced them with CR43's, and the up/down turret still feels mushy, even with the silicon grease.

Thanks again.
Link Posted: 4/6/2006 6:28:12 AM EDT
From an earlier thread:

"Ok...I have a older Tasco Super Sniper. 16x, rear focus. I noticed that the turrets were mushy in the clicks. Hard to count and feel.

Checked over on SniperHide.com for info. Here is the fix-

Goto either a Home Depot, Lowes or a Ace Hardware. Look for-



7/8" OD x 3/4" ID x 1/16"

I went and found mine at Ace Hardware, in the plumbing section. I just changed them out and what a difference. I can not only close my eyes and feel the clicks, I can hear them too.

Hope this helps to any Tasco Super Sniper owner's..."

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