Took rifle/broken scope back to the gun shop and the owner chuckled - He shook his head and stated that that scope was junk, especially on a rimfire gun like the Ruger 10/22.
SO he's going to swap it out with a bigger BSA 3X9X40 than I originally had picked.....knock out the rear sight so it fits.......throw in the mounting rings....and sight it in for me TODAY with no extra cost.
So me be happy.
Nice to hear there are still some who practice the lost art of customer service.
That brings back some memories.....My kids one year for fathers day got me a new "no-name" scope for one of my .22's...after about 50rnds the cross hairs started rotating.At first I thought it was me,thinking..."what the heck,can't I hold a rifle straight anymore?" Then it became an "X" instead of a "cross"....what a pos!!!I relaced it with one that was good and my kids never knew the difference.
It's the thought that counts...
Didn't you ever see Caddyshack?
Have you thought it might be sabotage?
Their cousins the squirrels pull that kind of s#%t on me all the time.
An X instead of a cross, that's great!
Originally Posted by hawcer
I'd go with a red dot. They don't have as much internal stuff to break, and they're pretty inexpensive.
How come you guys are talking about an X being bad??? I put all my scopes that way. Its more balanced. Instead of one turret on top and one on the side, they are both facing up at angles. You guys have to learn to mount scopes better.
...and it gives you something to do. You're never quite done sighting them in.
Originally Posted by 220combat
What is "sighting in"? Isn't it like a digital camera, point and click
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