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Discussion in 'Optics' started by mortdooley, Sep 26, 2018.
Used quality scopes definitely have value. A fair price may be hard to find though.
I think I went to sleep & dreamed that his 18 points was his post count.
I will take a used Leupold scope broken,
Send it in and they will normally fix it
This Quality American made product that is not disposable Chinese shit!
They may have a lot of value, depending on age. Leupold has a lifetime warranty. There are some nice Redfield and Weaver scopes I remember from my youth for sale here:
An acquaintance of mine owned a firearms store in San Antonio back in the 80's. He told the story of a customer who dropped his rifle down a rocky slope and broke the glass in a Leupold scope. Bent it all to hell.
They sent it to Leupold asking for an estimate and plausibility of repair (remember this is before Al Gore invented the internet). In a few weeks the customer received a new model of the scope with a note from Leupold apologizing for the failure of the original. No charge!
That's good marketing as I am sure that type of press generated much more revenue than the cost of replacing the scope.