Manual / Instructions
Leaflets for Products
|1-10x24FFP Dual Reticle(2021)|
|1.5-15×42 SFP (2021)|
|5x-42×56 FFP in MOA (2021)|
|1.5x-15×42 SFP in MIL with tactical turrets (2021)|
|1x-10×24 Shorty Dual(FFP+SFP)(2021)|
Where can I buy March Scopes?
Please refer to the dealer lists in the “Where to Buy” for your nearest dealer. If there is not a dealer in your country, please contact your nearest regional distributor of March Scopes.
What is the New March Scopes Unswerving Warranty 2020?
March Scopes are 100% Hand Built in Japan by Craftsmen with over 40 years of experience. Each Scope contains more than 150 parts which are all made in Japan with absolute precision and quality. The Scope you purchase will have been inspected twenty times by our expert craftsmen, including recoil test up to one thousand times the force of gravity before it leaves our factory. We are proud of our quality; March Scopes are virtually repair-free. Nevertheless, should you require any maintenance or servicing, March Service Center with highly skilled engineers will be happy to assist you. As of Jan 2020, scopes purchased previous to this will also enjoy the new warranty term.
* Please see the above “March Scopes Warranty 2020” in Catalog/ Warranty section to see the details.
March Scopes Unswerving Warranty
(A) Warranty Terms – No warranty card needed – No receipt required – No need for registration – Warranty is automatically and fully transferable to future owners of the Scope – If a manufacturing problem caused the defect, DEON will repair the scope for no additional cost to the owner even after the Warranty has expired. (all cases determined by the Manufacturer) Warranty is 10 years beginning on the date the Scope is manufactured, managed by the serial number on the Scope. Electronic components are covered by a 2-year warranty from the date of manufacturing. Upon presentation of a receipt the warranty period may be extended to cover the full warranty period, beginning on the original purchase date of the Scope.
(B) Warranty Content 1) If the repair is a Warranty case (all cases determined by the Manufacturer) : If the Scope has a manufacturing defect or has been damaged through appropriate use as per manufacturer’s instructions, March Service Center will carry out a warranty repair at no charge. In the event that the range of products is changed, we reserve the right to repair defective instruments or to replace them with those of equal value. 2) If the repair is not subject to the Warranty (all cases determined by the Manufacturer) : You will receive a cost estimate for the service/repair by e-mail from March Service Center. No repairs will be performed until we have authorization.
What should I do when I want you to repair my rifle scope?
Please refer to the dealer lists in the “Where to Buy” for your nearest dealer. If there is not a dealer in your country, please contact your nearest regional distributor of March Scopes or to DEON in Japan (manufacturer of March Scopes).
How much time do you need to repair my rifle scope?
It takes about 2 weeks to service the scope. However in some cases, it may take up to 4 weeks. We will notify you when we ship back you the serviced scope.
What is the contact information?
What is the value of MOA and MIL used in March Scopes?
For March Scopes, we adopt 1MOA: 1.047inch @100yard (True MOA) and 1MIL: 1/6283, 10cm@100m. We adopt this value for all our March Scopes. MOA stands for “Minutes Of Angle”. MOA is an angle (in minutes). The value obtained by dividing 1 degree of a circle’s circumference of 360 degrees by another 60 degrees is 1 MOA (1/60th of a degree). MIL (Milliradian) is also an angle, 1/6283 of 360 degrees, which means that 1 meter at 1000 meters is 1 MIL. To be precise, 1 meter of arc at 1 km away is 1 MIL.
Can I just have the scope inspected?
We offer a maintenance and inspection service for a fee. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
What is the recommended torque value and mounting position?
Please click HERE to see the detailed specification.
Can March Scope handle the impact of 50cal recoil?
We conduct an impact test up to 1000G (1000times of gravity). All our scopes can stand the impact of a 50cal recoil (including the 50 BMG) on usual shooting conditions.
How do I free the 0-set?
In case the 0-set is stuck, please try the following instructions. Please click HERE.
What is the diopter adjustment range of March Scopes?
The diopter adjustment range is from -2 to +2 for all March Scopes. Please wear your glasses when adjusting. Also please check the following for detailed instruction. “How to adjust the Eyepiece”
Is March Scopes compatible to Night Visions?
March Scopes are compatible to night visions. If you attach the night vision on the objective bell, you will be seeing the image of the night vision through the scope. Dark settings, level “1” or “2” in our 6 level illumination module will be adequate.
If you are attaching a night vision on the ocular side, even “1” or “2” in the 6 level illumination is too bright. Therefore, we developed an ultra low illumination module to accommodate to the night vision on the ocular side. Ultra low illumination is a very dark 4 level illumination module invisible to your naked eye. All our illumination modules are interchangeable.
How do I ship back the scope to Japan for service?
First please contact our repair center at email@example.com. Please tell us the model number, serial number and the symptoms. Our repair center will instruct you how to fill in the invoices when shipping back to Japan. Please do not ship by UPS, Fedex or DHL. We recommend that you ship back to us by EMS(International Postal service) as it is faster for us to receive your scope. Please click HERE to see your country’s postal service. Please contact us if you have any questions. Thank you!
Can I loosen the side focus turret and mark it?
By loosening the three screws indicated by the red arrows in the photo shown HERE, the side focus is free to rotate. It can be positioned by tightening the three places at the desired position. Another method is to paste a white piece of paper and write your distance on it. Please note that the focal point of any of these methods may change slightly depending on the condition of the eye on that day, the temperature, brightness, etc.
Which Genesis reticle has the thinnest line and the smallest center dot?
Please click HERE to see the line thickness and the center dot size for all the 4-40×52 and 6-60×56 Genesis reticles. Among these the non-illuminated FML-MT for 6-60×56 Genesis has the thinnest line and the smallest center dot.
How are March Scope models named?
Please click HERE for detailed explanation.
Is it necessary to lap the scope rings?
We sometimes receive inquiries if scope rings need to be lapped. As a manufacturer of precision optical instruments, it is suggestable that you lap the scope rings. This is because while a single product will stay within tolerances and not cause problems, multiple products stacked on top of each other can add up to manufacturing tolerances and, in rare cases, exceed tolerances. However excessive lapping will lead to counterproductive effects and there are several precautions to take during the process. In most cases such as March Scope rings may not require lapping. The risk can overweigh the benefit of this process unless the rings are properly lapped by somebody proficient with right equipment. You need to make sure that the scope rail is not bent or lapping will be useless. If you are interested, it is highly recommended that you may consult your gun smith before performing. For your intellectual curiosity, please click HERE to see an article written by Satoshi Matsuo, a notable Deputy editor-in-chief at Gun Professionals Magazine and Guns & Shooting Magazine in Japan explaining why lapping the scope rings is necessary and the recommended instruction to do so.
What is the thread specification for objective lens and ocular lens for March Scopes?
Please see the chart below.
Which reticles are the brightest? How bright are the fiber dot FD-1 and FD-2 reticles?
There are 3 types of reticles (wire, glass, fiber) depending on the manufacturing process. You can read more from here on how they are manufactured. https://marchscopes.com/news/10671/
(1) Wire reticle: It can be manually made thin and it’s mainly for benchrest shooting. Non-illuminated only.
(2) Glass reticle: The surface is etched using chemicals. The etched part is illuminated by a high reflected luminance LED. The brightness is proportional to the illuminated area for a glass reticle.
(3) Fiber reticle: LED is guided by the fiber and the cut surface of the tip itself is LED so this is the brightest reticle. Please see these videos to see how bright a fiber dot reticle is. In the video shows FD-1 reticle. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bvfclccnXUM&t=19s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nHXIuRjmTEk
Which March Scope do you recommend for ELR shooting?
If you are shooting ELR, we recommend our Genesis models: 6-60x56FFP (400MOA, 114MIL)https://marchscopes.com/scopes/d60v56gfiml-2/
4-40×52 FFP (300MOA, 86MIL)https://marchscopes.com/scopes/d40v52gfiml-3/
If you are looking for a conventional scope, 5-42x56FFP (130MOA, 40MIL) is also recommendable. https://marchscopes.com/scopes/d42hv56wfiml-2/