Re: Frustrating range trip
If this happened to me and the mounting hardware wasn't loose, I would say the scope is defective. I would mount a knowingly reliable scope and try again to make sure that was the problem. If you don't live close to where you shoot that could be a problem. If you clean the barrel between range sessions do as EAGLET said and put several fouling shots through it. Also, how old is the scope? Can you take it back to where you purchased it and swap it for a new one? What about Bushnell's return policy?
Last edited by Bravo 4; 09-13-2008 at 08:16 AM..