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I have a tasco 4x32 pronghorn scope for about 10 yrs it does not adjust up or down right or feft i need to know where to send it to and the cost to repair

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It would be fear to say its far cheaper to buy a new scope than try to get your old scope fixed,,,there a cheap scope now!

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Why my scope, has change it sights in after firing?

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