Originally Posted by Jon A
Why, both of course! Why can't we have both?
Seriously, I agree 100% with your point--good glass doesn't make up for reliability. Though I think it's important to point out tracking
has never been a problem with any IOR I've ever owned--in fact they've all been fantastic; it doesn't get any better than that. As long as they're not broken, that is. Tracking isn't their problem, breaking is.
Ken, is there any indication better/"higher grade" glass will be used in the FFP versions given the price increase?
Other than some issues with mounting or eye relief, the IOR scope's only issues were breaking (I know....oh, is that it
) The glass, reticle, knobs, features, tracking, etc. etc. are second to none. The scope was designed with lots of input from real shooters and "on paper" it's one of the best. However, if it doesn't hold together, it's worthless.
On the latest edition, so far, so good.
However, I am holding my breath, knocking on wood and rubbing my rabbit's feet!