My choice would be to get new scope. I'm sure fixing a scope with that kind of problem would take a quite a bit of money. But I don't know for sure. Send an email to Redfield and ask if they can do anything for you.
I know, I have a Rifleman on my .30-06 and it is very good. Can't get much better with spending $200. I would recommend it to anyone, that needs an economical scope for their rifle.Jake said:Attempting to fix this one would be more expensive and tiresome than it would be worth. And if, as you stated, a budget is a problem, look no further than the Leupold Rifleman line.