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Does Weatherby® still make rifle scopes? If not, what scope do they recommend?

Weatherby® no longer manufactures rifle scopes, or other optic products, nor do we promote any particular brand. We do recommend, due to the amount of recoil sometimes experienced with the larger magnum rifles, that you choose a well-made, high quality scope.

What Leupold® bases will fit my Mark V® or Vanguard® rifles?

9 lug Mark V® or Vanguard®: Leupold® models – 51701-51710
6 lug Mark V®: Leupold® models- 52507-52510

What Talley bases will fit my Mark V® or Vanguard® rifle?

9 lug Mark V®- Talley® model-252705
6 lug Mark V®- Talley® Model-252706
Vanguard®- Talley® model- 252734

When did Weatherby® produce rifle scopes?

Mark XXI ® scopes Manufacturer: Asia optical (Japan) 1964-1989
Sightmaster® spotting scope Manufacturer:  Asia optical (Japan) 20X-45X:
1972- 1982
Imperial® scopes Manufacturer: Hertel & Reuss,  (West Germany) 1954-1973
Premier® scopes Manufacturer: Asia Optical (Japan) 1973-1982
Supreme scopes Manufacturer: Asia Optical (Japan) 1983-1994

Where do I send my old Weatherby® scope for repair?

We recommend sending scopes for repair to the businesses listed below:

for Premier®, Sightmaster®, Mark  XXII®, Supreme:
A.B.O. Inc  
2653 NW 20th Street
Miami, FL 33142
Phone: 305-860-4858

For Imperial®:
2213 Smith Road
Ross, OH 45061
Phone: 513-867-0820

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