I am always surprised how people spend a great deal of money on rifles, but spend very little on scopes. A study was done recently and it was found that, on average, the cost of scopes are generally about less than 50% of the cost of their rifle. In this case, the cost of the scope was way less than 50%.
Now, this is not to say that people should spend the same amount of money on their scopes as they do their rifles (although perhaps maybe I should this.) It will never hurt to have an expensive (or more expensive) scope on a rifle. I understand that not everyone can afford expensive optics, but it must it cannot be overemphasized just how important good optics really are - especially on hard kicking rifles like the Lazz.
Something happened to the scope after the Lazz was fired. These scopes just can't handle the recoil. You simply need to get a better scope.
Could you imagine what would happen if the scope happened to fail just as you were about to take a shot at a trophy animal? You would never forgive yourself.