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Tasco Rifle scope repairs

I have a Tasco 10x rifle scope with mil dots and target turrets. Somebody dropped the rifle and the scope is dented at the front end and the front lens is chipped. The scope is still fully functional but I want to send it for repairs. Where can I send it? I live in Cape town South Africa

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Try calling Customer Service at 1-800-423-3537. They should be able to assist you with your needs.

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