I bought a Cugir built Romanian PSL-54C (with scope) from Century, through my local FFL a few months ago. As soon as I got it home I cleaned it thoroughly, and inspected everything, and noticed that the scope's crosshairs and BDC were canted about 8-10 degrees to the right. After fiddling with it myself to try to correct it, I finally took it back to my FFL for return to Century. FInally got it back yesterday, and this one is even worse than the last one, plus this one came without the rubber end cap and eyepiece!!!!!!!!!! WTF!?!?!?!?!
Has anyone else expierenced this alignment problem, and can it be fixed by the home amatuer gunsmith?? The scope rail itself seems to be fine, so I don't think that it's related to the rail. Then again, the fact that it's 2 different scopes with the same problem makes me wonder.
Also, should I try to deal direct with Century, and leave out the middleman?? My FFL is a great guy and all, and gives me pretty good prices, but he doesn't get in a hurry about anything. Hell, if I give the scope back to him again for return, it's liable to sit there on his desk for a week or two before he even decides to call Century for an RMA #. I would rather deal direct if that is allowed. Any and all help/advice is much appreciated.