Don't know how much they might be able to help with your specific problem, but here is the website I have for them:
Without having the scope mounted in a fixed position and sighted in on a fixed target, it may be difficult to determine whether the crosshairs are moving or not. If you have
already determined that they are immobile, given that admittedly it is not an expensive scope, it probably isn't worth going to the expense of fixing.
XD-40 service, XD-9sc, member GeorgiaCarry.Org, National Rifle Association, Gun Owners of America, North American Hunting Club, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation
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