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Re: Pard NV-007

Post by CustomRifleScopesUK » 18 Feb 2019, 11:05

Well done Bruce you beat me to it again lol,

I would like to add to that though, the 25mm is still available as I get them in to order, only good for very low mag scopes as you have over 2x base mag on the unit itself, great if your using it for spotting mainly !

The software is a little more complicated as I have about 3 versions that I can install, the other is laser off permanently if you live in places that do not permit the import of import lasers, the others change the aspect ratio for the different lenses and cross hair like Bruce mentioned.

Anything else you may have heard is probably misleading !

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Re: Pard NV-007

Post by 2011 fawcett » 20 Feb 2019, 09:56

Thank you Bruce and Ash for your replies. The Adder instructions identify the IR laser as a class 3B - avoid exposure to beam and the designator as a class 2 - do not stare into beam.

I have used a wd700 and t20/35 on a Hawke sidewinder and CZ455 varmint for a number of years now and have found the single button operation so easy in the field. The wd700 fits without problems to the eye relief or stock fit. The concept of the Pard unit is great but it's just that little bit longer which throws everything out but a Beartooth stock extender helps. Oh and it has 4 buttons in an area the size of my thumb print which can be interesting in the dark!

Again I notice the Blackwood instructions refer to a locking thumb screw for the occular which mine doesn't have and could really do with as it is quite free and will move during the evenings outing requiring repeated adjustment which is annoying. At the moment I can't totally commit to the Adder, preferring to continue using the wd700 which provides, at times Imo, a better view and is a good example of 'KISS' technology for the user.

Thanks again.

Malcolm

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Re: Pard NV-007

Post by phoenix » 20 Feb 2019, 10:57

The early models of the adder/NV007 did not have the ocular locking screw.
Mine did not, but a friend who bought one a wee while after me did get one with the locking screw.
I have now fitted a locking screw to mine, but it did involve removing 3 very small screws which hold the ocular in place and then drilling and tapping the ocular body with an M2 thread so that I could fit a locking screw.
Another alternative might be to tape the ocular in place once It's adjusted to suit your eyes.

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Re: Pard NV-007

Post by Keithsk » 16 May 2019, 18:30

phoenix wrote:
16 Feb 2019, 15:27
Karlbird wrote:
16 Feb 2019, 13:54
Sorry to resurrect an old thread - I bought a PARD and the Ma Ian is next to useless, a forum search lead me to this thread - would anyone please be willing to share the updated manual please?
You have an e mail with the updated manual attached

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Bruce
Sorry if I am doing this wrong, but I'm looking for a manual if anyone could share one with me please.

Many Thanks
Keith

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Re: Pard NV-007

Post by UselessShot » 19 Jun 2019, 21:15

Hi all

Please, please, pretty please ... could somebody kindly email me the manual for the nv007?


(did I say please)?
thanks in advance
Pete

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Re: Pard NV-007

Post by CustomRifleScopesUK » 20 Jun 2019, 05:59

UselessShot wrote:
19 Jun 2019, 21:15
Hi all

Please, please, pretty please ... could somebody kindly email me the manual for the nv007?


(did I say please)?
thanks in advance
Pete
Hello Pete,

here is my Email address for the 007 manual = crs@customriflescopes.uk

Kind regards Ash

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Re: Pard NV-007

Post by UselessShot » 20 Jun 2019, 17:15

Hi Ash

Many thanks for that. I have dropped you an email so you have my address to send it to.


Thanks again
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