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Weatherby 2-1/4-10 scope has seized - any known fix or where to send for repair?

Weatherby 2-1/4-10 scope has seized - any known fix or where to send for repair?

Hello all,

I have a mint early 2-3/4-10 weatherby scope that has a seized power adjusting ring.  Anyone know how to get it loose or where to send for repair?

please help

224KING

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Heat it with a hair dryer on a low setting and see if that frees it up.Make take you a while heating this way,but I don't think it's good on them to use the high setting.
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Hello 224KING,
Thanks for the reply.

Yes, I tried that, and it worked.  I was able to turn the power ring and adjust the power - however, when the scope cooled down, it was seized again.  I don't have an extension cord long enough to hunt with it.

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Hello 224KING,
Thanks for the reply.

Yes, I tried that, and it worked.  I was able to turn the power ring and adjust the power - however, when the scope cooled down, it was seized again.  I don't have an extension cord long enough to hunt with it.




As far as I know there is no repair center.
Remember 10534

Sorry... Yesterday was the last and final day for any and all complaints whatsoever.

I try to avoid temptation unless I can't resist it.

Everyone has a photographic memory.Some just don't have film.

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Parsons has worked on Weatherby scopes in the past, but I would contact them by phone or email to find out if they still offer Weatherby service, and how much it will cost to repair. The repair may be more expensive than you think. I suppose you're trying to save it as vintage on an older Weatherby rifle? If you're hunting with this scope, the quality of the glass from that era is comparatively poor in contrast to the glass thats available in modern scopes. I'm sure there are many Weatherby scopes still in use today, and hunters still swear by them, but... (some of the glass in the cheaper scopes made these days outshine the scopes that were made back in the day) Here are the Wby scope mfg. dates, and the "Parsons Service Repair link is below the dates. Hope this helps and Good Luck.

Mark XXI ® scopes   Manufacturer: Asia optical (Japan)   1964-1989
Sightmaster® spotting scope   Manufacturer:  Asia optical (Japan)   20X-45X:
1972- 1982
20x-60x:
1983-1989
Imperial® scopes   Manufacturer: Hertel & Reuss,  (West Germany)   1954-1973
Premier® scopes   Manufacturer: Asia Optical (Japan)   1973-1982
Supreme scopes   Manufacturer: Asia Optical (Japan)   1983-1994

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