Looking for scope ideas for my 7600 in 30.06 Long story short first day of rifle we had rain and thick fog in our part of mckean county. At 11:00 I look through the scope just to check things out and can't see a thing it looked foggy. I figured there was water on the lens so I unloaded and looked at the exit of the scope end no water at all as I had scope caps on. Well thats weird i'm thinking. I come back to camp for lunch and further investigate the "fog" It turns on it is the inner lens of the scope that has fogged from the inside. Never had this happen on any rifle I have ever owned before. Just wondering what you guys recommend I do. The scope is just a cheapy tasco world class 3-9x40 came with the gun and shot great at the range so I just went with it. Obiviously now I wish I wouldn't of done that. It has a lifetime warranty do I send it back to be repaired or just scrap it for another scope? Obiviously not a tasco but something decent. Very limited budget here to work with. Like $100 and under. I know you get what you pay for when it comes to things but $ is so insanely tight right now. I was thinking maybe a bushnell 3-9x40 trophy xlt as you can buy them for $100 shipped brand new. I would like a redfield revolution but can't swing it. And of course a leupold vx-II but thats way out of the realm of reality right now. I do big woods hunting only. Mainly 120 yards and under. Occasional spots down a hollow offer 200-225 yards of clear shooting distance. Any help of ideas? Thanks!!