I have a few rifles and most of them have their own scope. My favorite are Leupold scopes, in fact those are the only scopes I've ever bought and I have those on my regular use hunting rifles. I do have some older American made Weaver, Redfield, and Bausch & Lomb scopes that date from the 1950's through early 1970's respectively. But I didn't buy those, they're on rifles that were passed to me and one I bought from an individual. All of my rifle scopes were manufactured here in the USA. In fact that old Redfield scope was made right here in Denver. Actually the only optics I have that are imported are my Zeiss 10X40 binoculars, those say Made in Germany.....probably by Trukish immigrant workers
WH wrote, "those say Made in Germany.....probably by Trukish immigrant workers ." Yeah, nothing seems to be manufactured in the country of the business's origin anymore. Most goods sold are built elsewhere. Except China's goods that is.
crowsfoot wrote "I have an old leopold 3x9 vari ll and a weaver on my 30-30 marlin.Been looking at the burris eliminator." Ok...you have to explain that one to me. Do you have some kind of mount system to be able to mount 3 scopes on 1 rifle? How would use them all? 1 for short range, 1 for medium range and 1 for long range; but it's a 30-30- no long range shooting with that round. LOL...I kidd
There is one tip I have learned over the years in hunting whitetails in late season snow. Do not overlook soybeans left standing on the edges of fence rows, woods, creeks, buildings wherever it might be, this is where the deer will be while the food lasts during late season. December/January will pull deer in from some distance away to feed on the easy to get to food.
I killed one of my nicest bucks off of a very small patch of soybeans that was left after rains created a...