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I have lost the screw in piece on the adjusting ring of my 3 x 9 1965 tasco scope.it was around 1/2 inch long

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I would take the scope to a hardware store.I know that Ace has all kinds of machine screws with different diameters,lengths,thread counts,machine screws wood screws,metric,standard,etc. and try to find the right one that seems to fit best.If you have to have it mounted,just leave the gun in the car and bring it out to experiment to make sure you have the right one.Your only other alternitative is to order one from the manufacturer.A hardware store should have one that should fit though and if you find out it isn't the exact one,you can exchange/return.I do basically the same thing for appliances,a couple of screws for a car.Lowes and Home Depot make you buy packages of more screws than 1,so if you find one at a hardware store that works,you may want to go to one of those 2 to buy a package of them in case it happens again but make sure to get the right specs.(length,thread count,diameter).If you want to contact the maker it will probably cost like $3-5 to ship so it's up to you. Good luck and happy hunting!Greg

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