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CenterPoint Precision Optics 7629 Routes 5 & 20 Bloomfield, NY 14469 www.centerpointoptics.com 1-866-726-1122 Made in China



All CenterPoint scopes are constructed with high quality precision machined parts. The rugged one piece tube construction works for all terrains and weather. The scope is precision machined to exact tolerances from aircraft-grade aluminum alloy.

WARNING: Direct viewing of the sun can cause permanent eye damage. Do not attempt to view the sun through this riflescope or any other optical instrument.

WARNING: Always follow all rules of firearm and gun safety.

WARNING: This product contains a chemical known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects (and other reproductive harm).

Learning the parts of your scope Learning the names of the parts of your new scope will help you to understand your owner’s manual.

  • 1.

    Magnification Ring

  • 2.

    Fast Focus Eyepiece

  • 3.

    Ocular Lens

  • 4.

    Elevation (vertical) Adjustment

  • 5.

    Windage (horizontal) Adjustment

  • 6.

    Objective lens

  • 7.

    Red/Green Illumination Dial

Mounting the Scope CAUTION: Always ensure your rifle is UNLOADED, UNCOCKED and the safety is applied before fitting the scope. Practice safe handling procedures at all times.

  • Mount the ring bases and place the scope on with the ocular lens toward the rear of the gun.

  • Remove the ring mount screws (C-D) and lift the scope from the mounts.

  • Loosen the mounting screws (A-B) on the base of the mounts.

  • Tighten the ring base mounting screws.

  • Mount the front base and place the scope on the rail with the ocular lens toward the rear of the gun.

  • Put the rifle to your shoulder in your natural shooting position and adjust the scope’s eye relief until you achieve a full field of view.

  • When you have found the ideal eye relief rotate the scope so the reticle cross hairs are vertical and perpendicular to the rifle.

  • Replace the ring mounts and ring mount screws.

  • Tighten the screws on the ring to ensure a firm grip on the scope.

Note: Do not over tighten the screws as you could cause damage to the scope body.

Variable Power Adjustments To change the magnification, simply rotate the magnification ring to align the desired magnification with the index dot.

Red or Green Illuminated Reticle Your scope is designed with crosshairs that illuminate in red or green for ease of use. To use the illumination feature-

  • Remove the battery cover from the red/green illumination dial by turn- ing counter clockwise.

  • Install one CR2032 3V lithium battery into the compartment with the “+” side up.

  • Replace the cover and tighten in by turning it clockwise.

  • Turn the red/green illumination dial to illuminate the red or green crosshairs. The brightness will change as you turn the dial. The markings on the dial show the color and intensity of the light. Lining the “R” or “G” up with the dot will turn the illumination off.

Range Estimating Range estimating requires common knowledge/experience about your target’s actual width or height. Use the the Mil Dot chart for the specific formula for your scope model.

Zeroing the Scope The purpose of zeroing the scope is to ensure that the scope is aligned with the impact point of the pellet orbullet from the rifle. Before zeroing the scope, read the following adjustment knob instructions carefully.

  • Place a target 100 yards away.

  • Ideally use a steadying device such as a bipod or shooting stand, set the scope at the highest magnification, aim at the center of the target and fire a test shot, if safe to do so.

  • If the impact point of the pellet or bullet is exactly in the center of the tar- get then the scope is zeroed. If it is not, you will need to adjust the reticle using the elevation and/or windage adjusters.

  • Remove the caps from the windage and elevation dials

  • Vertical Adjustment (Elevation) - Use your fingers to turn the adjusting knob as required. One click in either direction equals approximately 1/4 inch at 100 yards.

  • Horizontal Adjustment (Windage) - Use your fingers to rotate the adjusting knob as required. One click in either direction equals approxi- mately 1/4 inch at 100 yards.

  • Having adjusted the windage and elevation as required, fire, if safe to do so, another test shot. Keep adjusting and test firing until the test shot impacts on the center of the target when the reticle is on the center of the target. This is vital for accurate shooting.

  • Once the scope is zeroed, be sure to put the windage and elevation caps back on.

Note: Each click of adjustment moves the impact point by the amount shown in the table below

@ 50yds

@ 100yds

@ 200yds

@ 300yds






  • Take care not to drop or knock the scope once it is zeroed.

  • Keep the protective lens covers in place when the scope is not being used.

  • Store the scope in a cool dry place when not in use.

  • Be careful to avoid contact with acid, alkaline or corrosive chemicals.

  • Do not attempt to lubricate any part of the scope.

  • Do not disassemble the scope. Do not loosen or remove any screws or parts. Any such or similar actions will void the warranty.

  • Wipe the lens with a clean flannel cloth to keep it clean and dry. Do not use finger or finger nail to touch or clean lenses.

  • Use only a clean flannel cloth for cleaning.

  • To maintain battery life, in RG models, turn illumination off when not in use.

Specifications Magnification Objective Diameter

3x-9x 40mm

Tube Diameter Length

Exit Pupil Eye Relief

13.0mm@3x / 4.5mm@9x 3.94”

Weight W/E Adjust Click Value

Field of View (@ 100yds)

38.4’@3x / 14.0’ at 9x

Parallax Setting

1” 13.5” 20 oz 1/4 MOA 100 yds

LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY ON CENTERPOINT SCOPES Your CenterPoint scope is warranted to be free of defects in materials and workmanship for the lifetime of the original owner. This warranty does not cover damages due to fair wear and tear, failure to provide routine maintenance,and does not include batteries or accessories. This warranty lasts as long as the original purchaser owns the product, and is not transferable. In the event of a defect under this warranty, we will, at our option, repair or replace the product provided our inspection indicates that an original defect exists. CenterPoint reserves the right to replace any product which is no longer available with a product of comparable value and function. If CenterPoint determines the repair is not covered under the warranty guidelines, there could be a charge to you for the repair.

This is a limited warranty and does not cover damages caused by misuse, improper handling or installation or maintenance provided by someone other than a CenterPoint Authorized Service Station. This limited warranty does not include consequential damages, incidental damages, or incidental expenses, including damage to property or any other expense. CenterPoint disclaims any implied warranties. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequen- tial damages, or allow limitations on implied warranties so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state and country to country.

WARRANTY CLAIMS/ REPAIR SERVICE If your scope needs repair, call CenterPoint Customer Service at 1-866-726-1122 or visit our web site at www.centerpointoptics.com DO NOT ATTEMPT TO DISASSEMBLE IT! Any disassembly or modification not performed by an Authorized Service Station will void the warranty.

USA Customers: Please contact CenterPoint before shipping your product. Include with product your name, address, description of problem, phone number and copies of sales receipt and war- ranty. Package and return to: CenterPoint Crosman Corporation 7629 Rts. 5 & 20 Bloomfield, NY 14469

CenterPoint will not assume any responsibility for any loss or damage incurred in shipping.

International Customers: Please return product to your nearest distributor. If you do not know your distributor, please call 585-657-6161 and ask for our International Department for assistance. Shipping and handling costs may apply.




Todas las miras telescópicas CenterPoint están construidas con piezas mecanizadas de precisión de alta calidad. La resis- tente construcción de tubo de una pieza funciona para todos los terrenos y climas. La mira telescópica está mecanizada con precisión a tolerancias exactas a partir de aleación de aluminio de grado de aeronave.

La visión directa del sol puede ocasionar daños permanentes al ojo. No intente ver el sol a través de esta mira telescópica del rifle ni de ningún otro instrumento óptico.

Siempre siga todas las reglas de seguridad para armas de fuego.

Este producto contiene un producto químico conocido en el estado de California como causante de cáncer y defectos congénitos (y otros daños reproductivos).

Aprendiendo las partes de su mira telescópica Aprendiéndose los nombres de las partes de su nueva mira telescópica le ayudará a entender su manual del propietario.

  • 1.

    Anillo de aumento

  • 2.

    Ocular de enfoque rápido

  • 3.

    Lente ocular

  • 4.

    Ajuste de elevación (vertical)

  • 5.

    Ajuste de compensación de viento (horizontal)

  • 6.

    Lente del objetivo

  • 7.

    Selector de iluminación Rojo/Verde

Montaje de la mira telescópica

PRECAUCIÓN: Antes de instalar la mira telescópica, asegúrese siempre de que el rifle esté DESCARGADO Y DESAMAR- TILLADO y que el seguro esté aplicado. Practique procedimientos de manipulación seguros en todo momento.

  • Monte la bases y coloque la mira telescópica con el lente ocular hacia la parte posterior del arma.

  • Quite los tornillos de la montura de anillo (C-D) y levante la mira telescópica de las monturas.

  • Afloje los tornillos de montaje (A-B) en la base de las monturas.

  • Apriete los tornillos de montaje de la base del anillo.

  • Monte la base delantera y coloque la mira telescópica en el riel con el lente ocular hacia la parte posterior del arma.

  • Colóquese el rifle en el hombro en su posición natural de disparo y ajuste la distancia del ojo hasta que con- siga una vista de todo el campo.

  • Cuando haya encontrado la distancia del ojo ideal, gire la mira telescópica de modo que las marcas en cruz de la retícula estén verticales y perpendiculares al rifle.

  • Vuelva a colocar las monturas de anillo y los tornillos de las monturas de anillo.

  • Apriete los tornillos del anillo para asegurar un agarre firme de la mira telescópica.

Nota: No apriete los tornillos en exceso ya que podría ocasionarle daños al cuerpo de la mira telescópica.

Ajustes de potencia variable Para cambiar el aumento, simplemente gire el anillo de aumento para alinear el aumento deseado con el punto de índice.

Retícula iluminada roja o verde Su mira telescópica está diseñada con una retícula que se ilumina en rojo o verde para un uso más fácil. Para usar la función de iluminación-

  • Quite la tapa de la pila del selector de iluminación roja y verde girándola en sentido contrario al de las manecillas del reloj.

  • Instale una pila de litio CR2032 de 3V en el compartimiento, con el lado “+” hacia arriba.

  • Reemplace la tapa y apriétela girándola en el sentido de las manecillas del reloj.

  • Gire el selector de iluminación roja y verde para iluminar la retícula en rojo o en verde. El brillo cambiará conforme gira el selector. Las marcas del selector muestran el color e intensidad de la luz. Al alinear “R” (rojo) o “G” (verde) con el punto, se apaga la iluminación.

Cálculo de alcance

  • El cálculo de alcance requiere un conocimiento común o experiencia acerca de la

altura o anchura reales de su

  • blanco. Use la carta para conocer la fórmula específica

  • de su modelo de mira telescópica.

Ajuste en cero de la mira telescópica

  • El objetivo del ajuste en cero de la mira telescópica es asegurarse de que la mira telescópica esté alineada con el punto de impacto del diábolo o la bala procedentes del rifle. Antes de ajustar la mira telescópica en cero, lea cuidadosamente las siguien- tes instrucciones para el ajuste de la perilla.

  • Coloque un blanco a 100 yardas (91.4 m).

  • Idealmente, use un dispositivo de estabilización como un bípode o pie de tiro, coloque la mira telescópica en el máximo aumento, apunte al centro del blanco y dispare un tiro de prueba si es seguro hacerlo.

  • Si el punto de impacto del diábolo o de la bala está exactamente en el centro del blanco, entonces la mira telescópica está ajustada en cero. Si no lo está, deberá ajustar la retícula usando los ajustadores de elevación o compensación de viento.

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