GUN Picked up an older Glenfield/Marlin 60 today, but the scope is a little weird.

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  1. springy101

    springy101 When god comes and calls me to his kingdom, I'll t

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    It has an old Glenfield 4x15 scope, and its really hard to get my eye just right so I can see through it. Once I do that, no matter what distance I look at its always fuzzy. I know next to nothing about scopes so is there a knob I could turn to clear up the image or is it just an old crappy scope? Pics in a bit.

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    i don't have a scope on my marlin 75... it just seems that it would be awkward.
     
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    springy101 When god comes and calls me to his kingdom, I'll t

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    I'm thinking about just taking the scope off and using the irons anyway, but if I can fix the scope it would be nice to have.
     
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    I'm going with your scope is shit.

    Take it off, and shoot it with pictured rifle (make sure to take pics/vid). Use the irons, or buy some glass that doesn't suck and enjoy life.
     
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    Well you're probably right. Is it easy to get the rear sights off of these guns, there is a little rust I couldn't get to when I was cleaning it yesterday under the sight.
     

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