Originally Posted by Lapua guy
Say what you want. Light transmission is an objective number. 98% versus 90% is a difference.
It is when they come from objective third party tests under a specific set of parameters. It is not when it comes from a catalog, where even if they are telling the truth they can fudge the parameters (such as the frequency of light measured) to get the number they think will sell scopes. This makes light transmission percentage advertisements meaningless.
are vastly optically superior to Hensoldt
That's what the numbers say. Don't believe the numbers. Get your nose out of the catalogs and actually look through some scopes.