|04-17-2016, 07:06 AM||#2|
Joined: Apr 2008
From: Where it's warm
Never heard of them so I looked on line. Doesn't say where they are made or more important where the glass is made. I saw an e-bay ad that says German glass but it's e-bay and the price doesn't say German. Caveat emptor.
|04-17-2016, 07:27 AM||#3|
Joined: Jan 2014
From: Texas Panhandle.
I'd never heard of'em either, but found this.
"About now you are probably asking, where are the scopes and optics made? First the glass is from Germany. Other parts come from around the world, but only the tube comes from China. It is all assembled in Canada. The scopes have fully multi-coated lenses and are gas filled. The reticle is etched into the glass. They have a quick and easy eye focus ring but no parallax adjustment. In general they are assembled like any other quality scope. The scope I chose was their highest magnification model, the 4-16x50mm. When I first picked it up, I had a pretty good idea that I was holding a quality scope. The glass was exceptionally clear at all powers and gathered low light extremely well."
Normally, I steer clear of anything Ford, but it's just the name of owner of the Company who is a Quigley Down Under fan.
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|04-17-2016, 02:14 PM||#7|
Joined: Aug 2015
Until I saw photos, I thought this would be the two foot scopes like Quigley used. IIRC, someone still makes those new?
That is really the best scope, optically. It only uses three pieces of glass, so less distortion and light loss.
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