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SUPER SCOPE SNES

I recently bought an old SNES super scope along with the game. ive gotten the scope and i shot it once or twice but have had no luck in fixing it. any help ....... i would be very grateful.

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Super Scopes are NOTORIOUS for breaking down, losing calibration and whatnot.

As of such, there are no listed ways of fixing a super scope. You'll just have to buy a new one.

Posted on Nov 30, 2008

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