When you need a new rifle scope, they’re the brand you turn to.
I would even dare say that they are the number one most recognized optics brand in the industry today.
The only difference between a Leupold, B&L Simmons or any of the rest of the scopes that use Japans lens is the amount of quality control The importer is willing to pay for.
If you stay within the same price range it doesn't make much difference what you buy if it is an import. Rapoport wrote: # I'm looking to put a scope on my Savage 110FLP.
I would pay more attention to which company makes it as that is the big difference. The scope companies don't polish their own lens, they buy them from lens manufacturers and price dictates quality. It looks like the # recommendations are coming down to Redfield v.
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Basically, how efficiently a bullet flies through the air.
Most ammo manufactures don't include BC on the boxes.
In fact, many Leupold scope reviews are rife with loyal Leupold users that consistently admit that they’ll pay half the price for the Leupold to get the same quality glass as a Swarovski. For quality, ruggedness, and dependability, you can rely on them.
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