LPVO Recommendations!

BuzzinSATX

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Not sure if it's 100% American, but either made in AZ or CO?

It’s an American vet owned company but components are made in China.
 

King76

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I like the Riton Line of scopes. Their upper end scopes are Japan glass and for the money, I think a good value…..I have several. They have a lifetime warranty replacement (not repair) to back up their product.
 

Vaquero

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More West Central these days.
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pronstar

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I like the Riton Line of scopes. Their upper end scopes are Japan glass and for the money, I think a good value…..I have several. They have a lifetime warranty replacement (not repair) to back up their product.

They’ve got an X7 1-8 that I’ve been eyeing, it’s only $500.

I’m hesitant because all of their other X7 scopes have Japanese HD glass in their descriptions, but this one makes no mention.

Link to it for $500:





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King76

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Found this on the Riton website. You would think it would be something they would make easier to find.
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King76

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I attempted to email the question via the Riton website but I kept getting an error…. All the research reading I did before purchasing the several Riton scopes I have, resulted in a great comfort level of Japanese glass….and quality.

That is a great price of $500. I did a quick search and could not get close to that price. I am scope poor and can’t buy another…lol…
 

kenboyles72

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Here's a thought. Instead of going with a LPVO, you could go with a RDS and magnifier, that's what I did. For a while I ran scope on my AR, as I wanted to have it as a DMR. Got to thinking, I will never have the distance around here to justify a high powered scope, maybe 200yrds max. So I put a RDS on it to save weight, to be able to get fast close up shots and still manage a decent shot out to 200yrds. Shot a friend's AR with a RDS/magnifier setup and found it worked very well, even out to 300. So I bought a magnifier and added it to my rifle. In less than a second, I can go to magnification for a clearer far off shot. The magnifier I have is 3X, and does me plenty good.
 
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