Second Focal Plane
Objective Lens Diameter – 50 mm
Single-Piece 34 mm tube
XC High-Density Glass
Competition Tactical Turret
s.125 MOA Adjustments
Elevation and Windage Adjustments
The Vudu 8-32x SFP riflescope contains precision tool-less adjustable elevation and windage turret dials for zeroing your rifle. The adjustments contain an audible click with a distinctive tactile feel to assist the shooter in making the proper Point-of-Impact (POI) correction. To make an adjustment, simply remove the turret cap and make the required adjustment. The turrets are clearly marked with the appropriate MOA correction.
Adjustments in the counterclockwise direction will move the POI up. Adjustments in the clockwise direction will move the POI down.
Adjustments in the counterclockwise direction will move the POI right. Adjustments in the clockwise direction will move the POI left.
The Vudu 8-32x Sfp riflescope turrets use click calibrated for minutes of angle (MOA).
Each click of the turret will adjust the POI 0.125 MOA:
-Equals 0.13 inches at 100 yards
-Equals 0.26 inches at 200 yards
-Equals 0.52 inches at 400 yards
-Equals 0.78 inches at 600 yards
Example: At 200 yards, 4 clicks will move the POI 1.04 inches.
Re-Indexing the Turret Dials
After successfully zeroing your rifle, the indicator number located around the perimeter of the turrets will likely be set on a number other than 0. You can quickly and easily re-index this scale back to zero. Although not necessary, it is recommended that you perform this step as it will allow you to quickly return back to your zero at any time without needing to remember the numeric turret location.
To re-index the turret scale back to 0, perform the following steps:
1. Zero your rifle
2. Unload and clear your rifle.
3. While holding onto the elevation turret dial to prevent it from turning, loosen the turret cap.
4. Remove the turret cap.
5. Pulling straight out, remove the turret dial from the riflescope.
6. The turret dial contains an o-ring seal to prevent moisture from entering the turret assembly. After removal, keep the turret dial facing upwards to prevent the o-ring from falling out.
7. Align the ‘0’ marking on the turret dial with the vertical alignment marking on the riflescope body and gently reinsert the dial back onto the turret assembly.
8. Tighten the turret cap back onto the dial while holding the dial with your other hand to prevent rotation.
9. Repeat the same procedure on the windage dial.
Your riflescope is now set to ‘0’. Should you need to make any turret adjustment to correct for distance or wind, you can quickly return back to this original zero setting. It also serves as a quick visual aid to verify that your turrets have not been inadvertently moved.
Quick Throw Lever
A quick throw lever is supplied with your Vudu riflescope. It is designed to allow for rapid magnification changes. You can install the throw lever by screwing it into the threaded hole on the eye-piece. The lever should be installed finger tight. A drop of medium lactate (blue) on the threads will help prevent the lever from backing out under recoil. Should you wish to remove the throw lever, store it in a secure place for future use.
HC2 MOA Subtensions
The HC2 reticle is based on the Minute of Angle, or MOA, angle of measurement. With a known target size, and the magnification level set to the highest setting, this system allows the shooter to use angle ratios to determine distance of targets with reliable accuracy. One MOA subtends to approximately 1 inch (1.047 exactly) at 100 yards. The Vudu 8-32x riflescope with the HC2 reticle uses 0.125 MOA per click adjustments that subtend to 1/8 inch at 100 yards.