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SIMMONS 3X9X32 BLACK RIFLE SCOPE

THE CROSS HAIRS HAVE TURNED,INSTEAD OF BEING AT 12 AN 6 THEY ARE AT 11 AN 5. WILL SIMMONS REPAIR THIS SCOPE.OR IS THERE ANY WAY I CAN SET THEM BACK TO 12 AN 6 THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME

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  • william_perk Dec 15, 2008

    IT HAS NOT TURNED IN THE SCOPE RINGS AN THE SCOPE IS PROBLY 10 YEARS OLD. YHANK YOU FOR THE ANSWER

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Check to make sure it hasn't turned in the scope rings. I am sure if it is somewhat new simmions will fix as long as it falls within warranty

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