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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: SIMMONS 3X9X32 BLACK RIFLE SCOPE
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
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
From your short description, it sounds like the Horozontal (the ELEVATION) reticle is canted to the left. If that IS the case then do this;
Sand bag the rifle on what you know is a level and firm surface. The rifle MUST be level itself. You can use a small level to determine this.
Without moving the rifle, look through the scope and determine if indeed the horozontal or ELEVATION reticle is indeed canted. The reticle should be LEVEL in relation to the ground and the rifle itself.
If it still appears to be canted, loosen the set screws of the scope ring caps (Not the scope mounts) and while looking through the scope, gently rotate the barrel of the scope clock wise until the Horozontal reticle appears to be now level. Re-tighten the scope ring caps and look through the scope again to make sure the Reticle is still 'level'.
You must now make sure that your scope is still 'zero'd'.
IF the issue is something other than what I have assumed from your description, please send me a msg. with more detail and I will be able to resolve whatever issue you are having. Include the 'Brand and model', plus the power of it, and the brand/model/cal. of the rifle the scope is mounted on.
Good luck. :)
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
you dont fix a tasco scope there so cheep you just throw them away,, and buy a new one,,,sorry but thats the way it is with tasco
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
it is repaireable but its going to cost more that a new scope,, your one has shook its self apart,, to fix it it needs to be striped right down all the glass will need to be cleaned and after the repair it will need to be refilled with gas,,,,so its not worth the cost of a repair,,sorry
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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