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Hey guys i have an old Weaver K4 scope that has very poor glass, do they have a lifetime warranty? I dunno if the seal has leaked but it looks like a hazyness on the inside of the lens. If they have a lifetime warranty i want to send it back, anyone know?
 

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Waever warrenty

I resently sent a T-15 scope to them for repair. They repaired it no questions asked, for the service charge. It was back in aqbout 2 weeks.
I have had several dealings with the company and am very satisfied with their services.
 

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If you are talking about the older weaver scopes (steel), the new company doesn't warranty them. You will have to get the old company to fix it, and they charge you for the whole repair. All of the newer aluminum scopes are made in Japan and are warrantied by the new company, now owned by Meade Optics.



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Chunckchucker said:
If you are talking about the older weaver scopes (steel), the new company doesn't warranty them. You will have to get the old company to fix it, and they charge you for the whole repair. All of the newer aluminum scopes are made in Japan and are warrantied by the new company, now owned by Meade Optics.

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Ahh ok, thats good to know, thanks.
 

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Dunno, haven't had a warranty problem yet. My Weaver 4X has cost me about $.80/month for YEARS of reliability. Having said that, I will likely find the reticle all scrunched up like a dead spider the next time I take it to the range. :eek: Ohhh, I hope not! :p
 
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