July 2, 2008, 02:10 AM
I have a Weatherby scope, a Mark XXII, that I bought about 35 years ago. It is one of the best scopes I have ever found for a .22 rifle. Its field of view, clarity, and weight, are just perfect on my old Winchester Model 69 .22. However, one of its crosshairs broke. Do you know a company to whom this could be sent for repair? I must've paid $60 for it at the time, which seemed pretty steep. But I would happily put that and more into it right now. It is a beautiful piece of work. I have a Leopold 4x on another .22, and I swear it's not nearly as good as the Weatherby. By the way, does anyone know who made the Weatherby scope, and are they still making comparable products? Thanks for your help.