Nikkor 24-85 f/3.5-4.5 took a tumble while mounted to my camera. When I picked it up, the zoom was over-extended showing a gap between the zoom ring and the front extending section of the lens. In the moment, in a slight bit of panic, I made the poor choice of pushing the lens back together, zoom retracted, everything flush and flat again. Now the lens is jammed, the zoom ring is jammed and nothing moves. Maybe the focus ring still moves. None of the glass broke. I do like the lens. Don't love it, but I think it's really good for the price. I guess I'll send it in for a repair quote and go from there. Of course there was a slight gas trigger as I thought maybe it's time to go for a 24-70 2.8 or get a couple primes to fill the gaps the broken lens has left. Has anybody had a similar repair done? Any idea what a repair might cost? Any other thoughts? Thanks!