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Fixing the clicks on a SS Scope..
Hello to Y’all, This is my first post.....I think.
I have not received my scope from the sample list
yet but have been doing a lot of reading and have
a couple questions for those in the know..
Do I remove the knob and turret, or just the knob.
Do I use dielectric silicone lube or White Lithium.
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Thanks
Tater
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I found some cut-a-way picts...That clears
up the first question..
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Dielectric Silicone Compound. Found at Nappa stores.

Stock number is 765-1190

 

For the O-ring get:

 

Danco #30 from either a Home Depot, Lowes or a Ace Hardware.

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

Usually found in the plumbing section.

 

(The above was stolen from Brady.)

 

 

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Thanks my friend,
So.........Go ahead an replace the O-Ring at the same time?
If all is well, I should have the scope when I get home today..
again,
Thanks
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Originally posted by TATER TATER wrote:

Thanks my friend,
So.........Go ahead an replace the O-Ring at the same time?
If all is well, I should have the scope when I get home today..
again,
Thanks

 

Brother, I say check it out and see if it needs it. I doubt it needs either grease or the O ring.

Mine didn't need either and I have shot my SS a good bit.

 

Enjoy and please come back and give us a report when you get it up and running. 

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Cheaptrick,
Turns out, you were right... The knobs were not that bad.
I am liking the scope more and more. Its a keeper!!
Thanks for all your help my friend.
Tater
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