Originally Posted by Brocksdad
Durability and adjustment of clicks: Nightforce and Sightron. Both scopes track very well.
Leupold is not noted for shooting the box well.
Customer Service: Leupold and Sightron
To test customer service , I called Sightron, told them I was leaving for a hunt and had a scope that failed. There response was to next day air a scope to my home at there expense, and told me to return the faulty scope when I returned from the trip. It was a call just to test customer service so now I had to come up with a faulty scope. I just sent the one in I took off and they sent me another new one to replace it. Beat that for CS.
Shoots the box well
Very crisp predictable glass
2) Nightforce (pending what grade of glass you get)
Lacking glass quality
Doesn't shoot the box well
CSGunWorks only had an issue with part of this post ,I have an issue with the whole thing.
You say that Leupold "Doesn't shoot the box well" that is exactly why I use them is because they DO.
I have one rifle for instance that I have cranked the elevation turret between the 300yd Zero and out to where the turret tops out at past 2000yds at least 100 times and it returns to zero every time (and points inbetween).
While the glass is not perfect I can still see very well out past 2000yds.
If you get close to Utah next summer, lets shoot some box'es.