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Posted: 2/20/2006 7:10:27 AM EDT
Does anyone know if IOR have a dealer in the UK...I managed to unscrew the elevation turret hex screws too far (just like it says NOT to do in the instructions! hey
Any help gratefully accepted!
Link Posted: 2/20/2006 10:17:51 AM EDT

Originally Posted By BlackRifleBrit:
Does anyone know if IOR have a dealer in the UK...I managed to unscrew the elevation turret hex screws too far (just like it says NOT to do in the instructions! ) Now they are out...they won't go back in!

Any help gratefully accepted!



I posted this for you when you mentioned it in the CQB thread, but here it is again:


Originally Posted By Onslaught:


From Scott Powers (of Sniper Country) review of the IOR 2.5-10x42:

"being a former straight leg, and not particularly bright, I naturally removed both of the set screws BEFORE reading the directions. Bad move. The internal drum drops down and the provided set screws are NOT going to reach it to bring it back up. READ THE DIRECTIONS folks. Let me be the moron who experiments for you. This little faux pax resulted in a quick hop to the hardware store for a longer screw, which I used to bring the internal drum back up into position where I could then use the provided -- and not to be removed -- set screws. Lesson learned and no harm done. Read the instructions first and don't assume!"


In other words, go to the hardware store, purchase a longer screw in the same size and pitch, then use it to raise the internal drum. Then install one of your factory IOR screws in the "other" hole. After it's snug, remove the longer screw and install the factory screw in that hole.

No real harm done

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