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Old 06-02-2017, 8:03 AM
JustaBlokeAnywhere JustaBlokeAnywhere is offline
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Default ACSS 1x6 for 7.62x39 & 300

Hi Primary Arms,

I purchased one of your scopes from Amazon a while back. Took a while to mount it on my AK. Was using Leupold rings. Noticed that there was a "Fish Eye" effect on the scope. Thought it was my eyes for a long while. But noticed I don't have that problem on my 556 ACSS 1x6 or the ACSS 1x8 ( yes I'm a PA groupie).

Finally called in and spoke to a tech, he suggested using different rings as it may be the rings putting pressure in the scope body.

Ordered new rings and am now using ARMs rings and mounts. Same effect.

Had a friend who's an amazing shot and has eyes 30 years my junior. He's confirmed the Fish Eye effect.

Is this something normal? Can I send it back to be repaired even though it's been a couple of years?

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