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One of the eyes got broken when it fell out of the tree stand

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one of the eyes got broke out of the set, it is not in pieces but it needs to be put back in the set is there anywhere I can take or send them for repair?

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Chances are when they dropped other optics moved as well, that means they will have to be realingned. i dont know what they cost you but i think its a done deal. sorry for that ,but there is so much cheap junk on the market today that it makes sense to just buy a new one as a good optics teh would cost at least $80.00 per hour to repair....larry@reichinstruments.com

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