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falcon T50FT problems

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by sanandy, Mar 24, 2014.

  1. sanandy

    sanandy Member

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    Anyone had issues with this scope. Mine keeps shifting up and down when sighting.:( :(
    One shot good then next drops down inch and so on, seems to click and works on the adjustment. have not tried to pull it apart yet. Just wondered if anyone else has had the same and what they found wrong if they did.
     
  2. genisis22

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    hi andy, what are you using scope for and on what rifle, if it is air, first, check rifle with crony to make sure your problem is the scope and not stringing due to power variations, clamp rifle in bench rest or workmate etc and fire a group and see if that strings if not then scope, check all mounts and fixings are as tight as should be, then with rifle still in secure mount observe through scope as you wind ele turret up down and look for smooth movement of ret, and also observe the centre of the ret by focus ing scope on side wheel and observe for parrelax by slightly moving head behind scope especially in the up down head movement, are you dialing in a known range then shooting, if so it could be as simple as the range markers are out allowing parellax error,, I would not recomend opening scope as I amsure it is nitro filled and the loss of gas would cause other probs, is the eyebell fast focus or locked with a lock ring after ret focusing check for any movement, this needs locking up tight if it moves at all,if none of this works , I am lost and scope should go back, hope this helps a bit
     
  3. gasman

    gasman Up a bit,,,,,,,

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    I was going to say the same thing, check your gun first over a chorny if not that send it back to falcon
     
  4. sanandy

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    Thanks for Info, Im doing just that on the weekend to elliminate scope or gun at fault as it could be regulator or a number of things. Thanks again for the advice guys. :)
     
  5. Akita177

    Akita177 The Absolute State of Britian podcast

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    What Gun, Calibre,pellets and distance are you shooting?
    I do know a shooter who did experience 1inch drops at 55yards who did happen to have a T50.
     

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