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Hawke HK3102 internal ocular lens unseated

I have a Hawke HK3102 rifle scope. When firing my 5.56mm rifle the internal ocular lens (eye end of scope) became unseated. I can see it lying on its side by looking through the scope. The scope is now unusable. How do I fix?

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You probably can't fix it, and I don't know if it is worth fixing. There is a guy on ebay that fixes scopes, but like I said, this might not be worth fixing. you can buy a new one for what it will cost. So considering it a total loss, it won't hurt for you to try. You can take off the rear just by unscrewing it, and then the cross hair tube will come out, all different, but usually a cylinder screw driver, ( a tube with 2 notches on it, or a flat piece of steel the diameter of the inside tube. ) Take it out and see what happens next, going in from the front will release the seal, but it might already be broken. If you end up with a basket case, put it on ebay for parts. Hope this helps.

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