Repair on Nikko Stirling 10-50 scope?
Does anyone know who or what company might do repair work on this scope? I had my EV-2 leaned up against a table and accidentally turned around and knocked it over on the floor. Sad to say the scope elevation knob was bent on a pretty good angle. Knowing that the company that made them was out of business, I used a wrench to bend it back very close to where it was. It didn't break under the pressure and other than being tight in a spot near the 50-55 yd. range and it is working reasonably well. The glass was not affected and there are no other problems with it. It still is a great scope, but I realize that it could die at any time. The scope is still dead on, so can be used as a questionable backup.
Luckily, I have another just like it on my TM1000. These are great scopes, although a little heavy for off-hand shots.
If you know of someone that may be able to help with this problem, I would appreciate any information you might have.
Legacy Sports International in Reno, NV is the US representative for Nikko Stirling. I just sent my 10-50 to them.