JFlowers Posted February 7, 2014 Share Posted February 7, 2014 I have a scope that is mechanically sound, but for some reason the finish on the scope has become tacky and gooey. Touching it leaves black gum on your hands. Almost like the scope was tape wrapped or subjected to some type of chemical at sometime. But since I bought the scope NIB I know that is not the case. Now the scope has a Lifetime Warranty, but that is no help. The company that built it is out of business and while a new company of the same name exists; they don't service the old scopes. So, at some point I want to replace the scope entirely. But until then, any thoughts on what I could do to handle the tacky exterior? Since its on a camo rifle, I was thinking about getting the matching MossyOak scope wrap and just wrapping it to cover the tacky surface. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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