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Weaver T-36 scope fails to hold zero

I have a Weaver T-36 that is several years old. It recently started "losing" zero and has to be adjusted to maintain zero. I've tried turning vert and horiz all the way down and returning to preset point. It lasts a couple of shots then goes high left perpaps 1" high and 3/4" left. No one seems to have solution short of swapping.
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"Iron Sights" in Tulsa, Ok does service work and has parts for the original El Paso type Weaver scopes.
They have did an excellent job on my old Weavers.
They are slow turnaround, but excellent work.

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