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All scopes have an adjustment ring, even if it is only to focus it. Use this ring to adjust it and see if your problem will go away. If not then some thing inside has moved from its correct place and will have to be repaired. If it is only a cheap scope, then throw it away, and buy a new one on Ebay, but if it is a top of the range, like Leopold, then it is worth the money to get it professionally repaired. I take all mine optics to a telescope repair person. You work out what you do.
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
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