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I purchased this scope from Centerfire Systems. It arrived on 2/14/2014. Unfortunately one of the mouning nobs didn't have any threads in it. I need a new mounting nob. I called Friday and was told you would call back. Didn't happen. Thank you, Leonard Minton

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Fixya site doesn't do phone calls
any way if you got it in 2/14/2014 why did you not do somethinh about the problem immediately and not 4 years later

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