Get yourself a collimator and start checking scopes. It happens. With most good ones it's only a fraction of an MOA and certainly wouldn't be noticed in normal use. Sort of like the POI moving as the power is changed on a SFP scope--it will if everything isn't aligned perfectly. In most cases with good scopes it'll be so little you'll never notice. If a scope has something out of alignment, it might be bigger.Forgive me but I have to say, I don't believe a **** bit of it..
I bought one back in july. once I got over the sticker shock, I could not be happier. You get what you pay for. I will have a couple of more in the near future, I am that impressed.