I am having to send back my Zeiss duralyt as it wont zero. It took a knock the other day so i went to check zero and it shot a foot to the right. I went to bring it back to center but ran out of clicks about an inch before reaching center I then reset the dial to center and tightened the scope mounts, although there was no movement when i tried to move the scope i thought this might help, but same problem again.
So I took the scope off completely, put it back on and tightened it up again and set the dial to center again. It shot a foot to right again almost touching the other holes in the paper from before, then went to bring it back to center again but ran out of clicks and put the shot through the same hole as previous. I don't believe there is a problem with the mounts as they are good quality and the scope went back to shooting the exact same place after taking it off and back on again. There is no problem with the drop dial as all the shots were in a straight line even after taking the scope off and on again and having a fiddle with it, it shot to where i would adjust it to.
I believe the problem is with the horizontal dial as i am running out of clicks to bring it across and it doesn't seem to be moving the point of aim a cm a click as the scope says. It is 60 clicks either way from center so should be moving my point of aim 60cm but its seems more like 30cm....
Hope what i have said makes sense.
I have contacted uttings who i brought the scope from and they said to send it back and they would send it on to Zeiss. Is this a problem anyone has had before? Can it be fixed and what am i likely to be charges to fix it?