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Does anyone work on old scopes.

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by husker, Jan 12, 2011.

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  1. husker

    husker Member

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    I have an Ednar that is messed up, & I really don't wanna junk it. Can it be sent somewhere & fixed or looked at?
     
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    If you google "scope repair" you should find several shops that do rebuilds.
     
  3. husker

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    Thanks
     
  4. MMCSRET

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    Iron Sight Inc.
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    918-445-2001

    I just got back a steel tube Weaver K6 and it is beautiful, cost 75$ and my postage to them. They are back logged, but the wait was more than worth it.
     
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    If Iron Sight does not want to work on it, you can try Parsons. They are very well known for old intricate scope work like Lymans and such :) Parsons Scope Service doesn't have a web presence, but they do offer target and vintage riflescope repairs. You can contact them here:

    PARSONS SCOPE SERVICE - Phone: 513-867-0820
    PO box 192
    Ross, Ohio 45061

    I have also used these folks, but you have to stand firm on their "bait & switch". They try to sell you a new scope instead of repairing yours. When they call to offer that, just say you want your old scope and your money back. They will shut up and fix your scope. Did a nice job on a couple of Kassnars I have.

    ABO (USA), Inc.
    14041 SW 139th Ct.
    Miami, Florida 33186

    Repair Information: 305-860-4858
    Customer Service: 305-859-2010
    Fax: 305-232-7359
     
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    I find the fact that they would do that disturbing. To me that is akin to someone picking your pocket and when you catch them, they hand you your wallet back but cleaner. Someone is either dishonest or they aren't. Which are they? I only make this point and ask this question because my buddy's Dad is looking to have a scope repaired.
     
  7. husker

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    Thanks for all the info gents.
    I will quit crying now & send it in to get fixed
     
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