Took it to the range today and it cost me 20 rounds of ammo to confirm that the POI was shifting due to internal failure of the sight. Now, I reload. And I cast my own bullets, so the ammo cost was negligible to me, and any sunny day at the range after a long winter is a good day. But, if I didn't reload, and had to buy that ammo online, it would cost me $3 per round, before shipping. So, in addition to the $250 sight being defective, it would cost me another $60+ to find out it is defective. I would imagine that in today's climate of ridiculous ammo costs and low availability, that those that don't reload face a not insignificant cost in ammo if a firearm, or optic, is defective. Cabela's made a big deal out of sending me the shipping label to return it, for free. I jokingly asked if they would also refund me for the ammo I wasted on the defective product, seeing how that was over $60 worth of ammo. The rep stammered and said that was not their policy. But should it? Or should the consumer be on the hook for those expenses? Never thought about it before, but thought it was an interesting subject in today's climate.