I took my rifle to the range last week to sight it in for deer season and had quite a surprise. When i went to take the caps off to adjust my crosshairs the whole "device" (lack of a better word) came out. It's just the scope with a hole where I can screw it all back in. My question is this, is it fixable or even worth fixing? I've got it patterned pretty good so I'm just going to hunt this year with it (I'll only get to deer hunt a few days) and deal with it next year. But I was just wondering for now. Any help would be great. Thanks.
If it flies it dies, if it's walkin' my guns talkin', if it bites the hook it's big enough to cook.