Question about Tasco World Class 38154550 (15-45x50 mm)
After sighting my rifle in at the range then going to the hunting camp I
shoot three rounds to make sure it was still good.
The next morning I shot my deer after that the cross hairs were tilted
to the right while scope remained straight with rifle.
Without seeing the rifle, my guess would be that either the rings were not tight enough or the lens came loose from the shot. It is rare depending on the quality of the scope. If the lens itself moved, it will not be waterproof or fog proof because the seal on the lens is not tight. If its under warranty then it should be replaced, if not then be care full not to get it too wet. If you had a suction cup, you could try to reposition it straight again.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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