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Old June 11th, 2010, 09:13 PM #121
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I got a question, so I am shooting my PSL at delmarva sporting clays today, and out of nowhere, the damn optic keeps coming off. I believe i am locking it on the rail right, but every third round the damn thing comes unlocked and falls off!! I know the scopes were supposed to be fitted to each individual rifle, and then some asshole took them all and mixed them up, but what can I do to fix this??
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Old June 11th, 2010, 09:20 PM #122
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Locking clamp adjustment ( Translated from a Russian Manual)
LOCKING CLAMP ADJUSTMENT REQUIRES NO SPECIAL TOOLS OR SKILLS, PLEASE READ THE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW

Locate the locking clamp assembly, . The
locking assembly consists out of the locking rail (1) round adjustment
nut (2), spring (3) and the locking lever (4). The round nut controls the
tightness of the locking mechanism. To adjust the clamp, turn the
scope up side down, presses down and hold the locking rail (1) with
the thumb of your left hand. With your right hand adjust the nut (2) by
turning it. Turn the nut clockwise to tighten the mount and
counterclockwise to loosen it up.


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The best way of doing this is to invert the mount, locate the"(1) round adjustment
nut" It looks like an M14 flash hider castle nut.
unlock the locking lever and move it in the middle position.
Press down on the locking block, this is the part that actually tightens up. Pushing down on this frees up the castle nut to rotate. This is under spring tension. I little force is required.
Turn the castle nut clockwise to tighten ( 1/4 turns is best)
Note:
The locking block should be flush with the locking rail when the lever is in the unlocked position. if the locking block protrudes beyond this, the mount will not slide into the rails. Do not overtighten as you can strip the threads on the mount.
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Old June 11th, 2010, 10:03 PM #123
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Remove the Lever and get a metric Hex Head Bolt to replace the lever.

Remove the scope, apply rosin to the rail and reinstall the scope.

Apply blue Loctite to the replacement Hex Bolt and install and tighten with a Hex Tool.

The Scope will never come loose again.
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Old June 14th, 2010, 12:37 PM #124
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Thanks guys, I have it on tight now.
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***BUMP***

I just picked one up from AIM - $544 delivered.

http://www.aimsurplus.com/product.as...PSL&groupid=11

Just in case anyone is interested.
I hope they can bring in another batch of these ... if they do, I am in for one at or near that price for sure

I put my name on the notify-waiting list
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Old February 7th, 2012, 12:32 PM #126
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Black furniture, as an FPK

Approved by the inspector. Couldn't let it sit around naked while I was redoing the wood.
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Approved by the inspector. Couldn't let it sit around naked while I was redoing the wood.
Sweet. I recently put a Black Horse arsenal adjustable synthetic set on mine. Fit is great. I just need to install the Bi-pod adapter I picked up for it.


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Jerry is coming out with a new Dragunov style combo front sight and flash hider, also just the closed ring Dragunov style front sight if you have a threaded barrel PSL.

If I get another one, I'll probably dress it up with Dragunov furniture (don't tell Leeann)

He's also negotiating getting the DMSL Dragunov adapters and putting the DMSL guys on his payroll as consultants. One stop shopping for PSL stuff

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Cool pin I found on eBay ... took forever to arrive from The Ukraine
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