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Nv sight dead

Hi there out shooting tonite and my scope just went black changed to new battery cross hairs light up but scope is pitch black even with illuminater on, help please sounds exspensive

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No more lights steady type: Aries 390 Paladin, light guide only focus.

Posted on Nov 12, 2008

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