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    Redfield Line of Scopes

    Has anyone purchased any of the new line of Redfield scopes or binos? Back in the day, they made good products for the price, curious if its still the same.

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    They are now made by Leupold I bought their rangefinder last year and I have nothing but good things to say about it except that it tells me I'm wrong from time to time. I like the looks of their new binos for a low price alternative to bushnell.

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    I recently was given a redfield revenge scope (3x9) as a gift. I put it on a weatherby vanguard and I love it. because of it I bought a pair of redfield binos that work better than an expensive pair of steiners used in the past. you wont be disappointed!

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    I have two of theses scopes now. Both are 4x12 models and ran about $200 new. One is on a 243 and one is on a 223. Haven't had any issues at all with holding zero, adjustment, or anything else. IMO they are a nice, cheaper scope. I still wouldn't mount one on my elk rifle but for the coyote guns I am very happy....

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    I have a Redfield spotting scope and binoculars. I am pleased with both, especially the binocs. Just as good as the Leupholds I've used in the past.

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    I have a 4-12x40 revolution on a 243 that I loan to friends or their kids and it's bomb proof.

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    I have a redfield revolution 2-7x32 on my 35 rem and I love it! The glass is great for the price and the no questions asked warranty.

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    I have a redfield revolution 3x9 & redfield range finder no complaints on either.
    Last edited by goinhuntn; 08-13-2014 at 12:33 AM.

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    I also have a 3-9x40 on a weatherby vanguard 270. holds zero good and moves as adjusted. not quite as bright as some of my other scopes,but half the cost. well worth the$

 

 

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