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    You should have no problem. I dropped my rifle off my bench, bent the scope tube, and they replaced if for free. The have done three scope warranty repairs for me over the last 20+ years and never charged me.

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    Call them and tell them what you have and tell them what the problem is. I have had several scopes that they took care of...no problems. My Dad had an old (pre gold ring) 6x that he fell on and broke. Sent him a new 6x for 15.00. Hard to beat them. IMHO...the best scope for the money you can buy. Sure there are better optics, but at 2, 3 or 4 times the money you pay for a Leupold.
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    When are you going to hear back from them?

    It's unfortunate to hear about them not fixing your scratched lens. I have a pair of gr binos with a chipped lens (very small) lens also. It is not noticeable while in use. It looks like I dropped em on a rock or something. I was wanting to get them fixed but maybe not now!

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    From past experience leupold means to stand behind their warranty at least call and tell them the situation at worst they will fix it and charge you. cheaper than getting a new one.
    They fixed mine and had it back in two weeks. Talked to a pawn shop and "rented" a replacement for those two weeks.

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    I have had great luck with Leupold myself. I had a pair of compact binos and after 8 years a lens fell out (I have no idea where or how) and they sent me a brand new pair at no charge. After 5 more years with the new pair the eye cups wore out and they didn't make that style anymore, so they gave me the choice of an equal value pair or I could upgrade for the difference in price. Great customer service.

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    I shoot a weaver grand slam. Never been a band wagon person. Put the grand slam on and first day out fell in broke up boulders. Put a mark in the paint but still dead on. Haven't had to adjust it in 6 years on my 7 mag. So the internet and get a great price

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    How did it go crumy?

 

 

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