Originally Posted by samson
How do IOR Scopes compare to NF, Mark 4, or Conquest? I am interested in Glass Quality and Repeatabilty.
The glass is better than all of those, and repeatability is perfect.
Originally Posted by davewilson
it's scarry to me when i hear people say the IOR scopes don't repeat as good as a Leupold.
Who are the people you have you heard say that? I've never heard such a thing and in my experience nothing could be further from the truth.
Holding zero and tracking perfectly is one of the strongest characteristics of IORs.
The problems (that aren't user induced) they have had with reliability are the complete failures of mainly the new FFP 3-18 (also a couple of SFP 3-18's but those have been pretty rare) on hard kicking rifles. Those have been real and while I haven't heard of any problems with the latest batch it's still something to keep in mind.
What you DON'T
need to worry about is holding zero or tracking perfectly. That, along with the glass, is one of their strongest points.