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This is unreal! After firing two rounds of .223, a black fleck mysteriously appeared in the middle of the sight picture.  Man I am really starting to loath Premier at this point.
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Bang it on a phone book. That helps get them off sometimes. I have had a number of scopes do this. A good whack or two on a phone book many times will get it off
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Originally posted by supertool73 supertool73 wrote:

Bang it on a phone book. That helps get them off sometimes. I have had a number of scopes do this. A good whack or two on a phone book many times will get it off

Yes. Had the same problem with a USO SN3. 
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I had a small black speck in my Hensoldt... Guess what??? I DON'T CARE...
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Not mine... don't use 'em... don't need 'em...
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KB remind me please,who bought that scope for you I forgot[:}
 
+1 for giving it a good wack...........
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So, did you contact Premier first this time? Or bash them on the internet first like last time...

I know you spent a lot of money on the scope. But things happen, and trashing the manufacture before contacting them about an issue...I don't get it.
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I've never had that problem with my NcStar...
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Originally posted by Kickboxer Kickboxer wrote:

I've never had that problem with my NcStar...
NcStar is so cloudy you can't see the spots. Or what did you say about not needing bifocals.
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Yes Paul Lange said to whack it with a phone book.  His words were "we put grease in the tube to catch the pieces of anodization that fall off the tube" Boy this is just UFB!!  
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It is common with all scopes.  I have had Meotpa, 2 IORs, a Bushnell and my Leupold do that.  Seriously a whack or two will get rid of it.  The only one that it did not work on was my Meopta.  I ended up sending that one back.

I have read of Hensodts, S&B, USOs, Premier, and many others that have had that problem. 
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maybe you should change hobbies and take up knitting? 
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Do you need bi-focals for knitting ?Roll on Floor Laughing
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Why a phone book?? How about a bible? ;)
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Originally posted by Gappa Gappa wrote:

This is unreal! After firing two rounds of .223, a black fleck mysteriously appeared in the middle of the sight picture.  Man I am really starting to loath Premier at this point.

What a piece of garbage, I'll take it off your hands for $100.


Scopes with anodized tubes do this, all of them.


I'm beginning to think Counter Sniper might be the scope for you.

Did you get the 5-25 Premier?  Has it failed or disappointed you yet?
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Originally posted by Rancid Coolaid Rancid Coolaid wrote:


Originally posted by Gappa Gappa wrote:

This is unreal! After firing two rounds of .223, a black fleck mysteriously appeared in the middle of the sight picture.  Man I am really starting to loath Premier at this point.


What a piece of garbage, I'll take it off your hands for $100.


Scopes with anodized tubes do this, all of them.


I'm beginning to think Counter Sniper might be the scope for you.

Did you get the 5-25 Premier?  Has it failed or disappointed you yet?


Nothing a whack'n with a phone book/bible can't help. ;) LOL
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Originally posted by Rancid Coolaid Rancid Coolaid wrote:

Originally posted by Gappa Gappa wrote:

This is unreal! After firing two rounds of .223, a black fleck mysteriously appeared in the middle of the sight picture.  Man I am really starting to loath Premier at this point.

What a piece of garbage, I'll take it off your hands for $100.


Scopes with anodized tubes do this, all of them.


I'm beginning to think Counter Sniper might be the scope for you.

Did you get the 5-25 Premier?  Has it failed or disappointed you yet?
I'll give you $200 for it, and promise not to tell anyone who I got it from.
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Originally posted by rustic rustic wrote:

Why a phone book?? How about a bible? ;)
You wanna beat the hell out of it, or piss off the All Mighty?
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