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It sounds like someone from Quality Control from the Burris factory ate too much rice at lunchtime & got sleepy or they lowered the age to work in the QC Dept. to 7 years old. Seriously, Burris has got a decent reputation and it sounds like you just got stuck w/ a flop. If I were in you're shoes I would be thankful that I got my money back rather than a repair.I don't know of one product that is perfect, 100% of the time with the exception of Coors Light.BTW - The fact that you wrote them about you're experience and you got nothing back, (nearly a month later) would be a thorn in my side and a deciding factor w/ future optic purchases.Good Luck.
On 3-25 I ordered a Burris Euro Diamond 2.5-10x44 scope for a new Remington stainless '06'. I got the scope on 4-1. Boy did I get April Fooled. The scope had a small fiber on the inside, gust above the left side of the of the horizonal cross hair. What a major disappointment, this is a $568 scope. I sent the scope back for a refund. Then I wrote Burris a letter on 4-4 telling them how disappointed I was. I got my money back, but have not got a reply from Burris. Has any one else had a problem with a Burris?
Posted 01 May 2008 - 02:02 PM
I haven't had one that tasted right yet!
........I don't know of one product that is perfect, 100% of the time with the exception of Coors Light.
Posted 01 May 2008 - 04:03 PM
I was just going to ask the same thing!
How come you didn't just ask for a replacement?
Sorry to hear that, did you try SWFA?
Optics Planet was out of the scopes and did not know when they would get more.
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