- Big E
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I badmouth the cheap Chinese scopes and you talk about how the good stuff never lets you down in the field, remember?
Big-E what Steve is trying to say is that your low budget Chinese "look alike" scope that may have some visual similarities to a Night Force, just won't have the long term reliability in the field, not to mention clarity of view.
the only way to know this of course is to take it out there and battle test it side by side with some good scopes.
What I would say is that cheap chinese scopes compare to a Nightforce like a Yugo and a Ferarri can both be called "cars" and that's where any similarity ends.
Being able to zero adjust the knobs has no bearing on whether or not you can hold a zero adjust with the scope. Good luck.
Steve, I think your eating too much red meat, send some of it to me whill ya????
- Big E
I am so impressed with the quaility of scopes that we have on our guns that I special ordered 3 8x32x56 with the red dot and what an awesome scope for using early morning, anytime during the day and great for evening usage. Easy to compare this red dot to the VXR. You gain the light visiabilty at dawn and dusk with the green camera optive lens coatings which is great for low light situations. I have mounted an 8x32 on my Remington 750 rifle also. I also have another 308 Howa with an 8x32x56 on it lapped, bore sited and ready for buckie.
I truely like the looks and the feel of these scopes and for you guys who like to bad mouth a scope that you have never looked thru to see how crisp and clear they are, you should try one. I would highly recommend purchasing one of these fine pieces of technology. I will mount a Seals Optics scope on my next purchase of an AR 15. If you have other questions on how to mount or set up your Seals Optics scope please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.