I don't understand why adjusting for windage, alone, will wreck a scope. Once the vertical, or range, is set, how else would you adjust the horizontal?
OK, I just re-read the post. Are you talking about adjusting the rings/mount or the scope? You can damage a scope's tube and internals by over-tightening the rings or using too small a set. Did you buy the scope from Pyramid as an air gun scope? If it's not and mounted on a springer, likely you've shaken it apart. If it's an airgun scope, send it back or in for warranty work.
But you say you can't unmount it because you haven't the right tools. Did it come on the gun?
Anyway, look at the screws holding it on. They will be slotted or Allen wrench (like hexagons). If Allen, go to the hardware store or auto shop and buy yourself a set of wrenches. You will need them down the road, anyway. Make sure you get a good fit with either a proper sized screw driver or Allen wrench and use steady pressure. Once off, you can pursue warranty repair or replacement.
It will really help to describe things next time.
What, me worry???