Adjusting the target dot

The Z-Point is adjusted for height and lateral variation by use of the adjustment screws (Fig. 2/G and H). The two protective covers over the adjusting screws must be removed to make any adjustments. Use the Allen wrench supplied to do this.

Place the indexing disc on the Allen wrench. In order to avoid possible parallax errors when reading off, the indexing disc should be pushed as far as possible towards the housing after the Allen wrench has been placed in position. A prominent edge of the Z-Point housing can be used as a reference point when reading off the divisions. (1 division on the indexing disc = 1 cm/100 m).

Note the variation between the target dot and the point of impact during shooting and correct as follows:

Point of impact below the target dot

(the weapon is shooting low): turn the adjusting screw in direction H/U Point of impact above the target dot

(the weapon is shooting high): turn the adjusting screw in direction T/D Point of impact to the left of the target dot

(the weapon is shooting to the left): turn the adjusting screw in direction R Point of impact to the right of the target dot

(the weapon is shooting to the right): turn the adjusting screw in direction L

Note: The adjusting screws are provided with an integral circular seal. The adjusting screws do not need to be tightened further after adjustment.

The interior of the Z-Point is exposed to the effects of the environment if the adjusting screws are completely removed.

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