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My BSA Deer Hunter 20-60X60 Spotting Scope has had parts come loose inside. I cannot determine anymore about the problem because I cannot determine how to disassemble it. I bought it new and fastened it on the flip-up side door of my bullseye shooting box to use during outdoor shooting matches, but have not had an occasion to use it since then because all of my shooting has been indoors with target return systems. Recently though, I wanted to shoot outdoors, and discovered that the scope could not be used because of the problem inside. The part that is loose inside has left some kind of marks on the inside of the front lens, probably as a result of opening and closing the flip-up door it was fastened to. I never heard anything happening inside the scope with the protective covers on front and back. Anything you can tell me would be very much appreciated.

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SOURCE: SWIFT MARK II, MODEL 841 SPOTTING SCOPE BASE

Hi, I would contact Swift directly on this number: For ordering parts or warranty repair information, please contact Swift Customer Service at 800-523-4544. You can get other contact information and dealer locations on their website: http://www.swift-optics.com/support/faq/dealer The 'scope is mounted on a standard camera tripod thread so you can always check your local camera dealer. Please update the question & let us know if the information given was useful to you - Good Luck!

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its a metric 1.5 for the cam adjustments

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Well I have never seen or had a successfully repaired one, (A scope) so i guess that says it all. replacement really and truly is the answer unfortunately.
It seems once these incredibly finely manufactured units goes out of whack, as it were, they can never be fixed properly, as I was told, "Well you can't put toothpaste back in the tune" it's best to get a new one so I did,and am happy... if you do, I have no doubt you will be too.

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