7 Time pHp Camp Champion
I've been meaning to write this ever since the Illinois ASA Pro-Am. I've been shooting Classic scopes for quite a while. I recently had a local gun smith "modify" my scope to fit onto a CBE sight much like other scopes on the market. I had him cut a square hole in the side of the scope about half the thickness so it would really lock into place. Well, after several hundred shots it worked it's way loose. I kept tightening the screw but it was no use. The scope just kept getting worse. Finally the ILL ASA was days away, and I was having to keep setting my sight after every shot. When I rolled into Metropolis, the first thing I did was go to the Classic Scopes booth and see Steve. I asked him to take a look at it and planned on spending money on a new housing. After he got it apart, we decided the guy who I paid to modify my scope should be shot and he got out a new housing from his stock. He then re-assembled my scope using a special method he came up with just for the CBE sight. When I reached for my wallet, he told me "you're all set." I said "what?" He told me he carries a lifetime warranty on all parts. I told him he couldn't do that and he told me; he not only could, he was doing it. After a couple of minutes and several pleas to take my money, I only got to give him my appreciation for his great product and his next-to-none customer service. If any body is looking for a scope, I would without hesitation reccomend Classic Scopes. Not only will you find it to be a superior product, the company really cares about it's customers. Thanks again Steve.