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My scope is broken

I have a bsa platinum scope 8-32x44 and after firing 12 shot the scope got bler, the lence of the zoom inside the scope moved from its position, how can i fix it? thank you

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Return the scope to where you purchased it and ask for it to be replaced. Or check out BSA's warranty page at: . At any rate, DO NOT DISASSEMBLE YOUR SCOPE! This will void any chance of returning it and make it into a poor baton.

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