The last four scopes I've bought are from Horus Optics. Two Falcons with H37 Reticles and two Raptors with H58 and H59 reticles. The scopes are Japanese with a level of quality similar to the higher end Burris or Sightron scopes. The Falcon is heavy with a steel tube. I've not had problems with any of them.
Why Horus? Because I'm sold on the "Mil-grid" reticles which give target knob accuracy without knob twiddling. No other reason, but that's reason enough. They're precise and fast when used with rangefinders and wind instruments with either a computer or range cards. I use the Kestrel 4500
with ATRAG software. I don't recommend them for target shooting at fixed ranges or for hunting at ranges where estimating (guessing) drop and windage is good enough.
I've been shooting for about 50 years and have collected quite a few Burris Leupold , B&L and Bushnell scopes plus a few of several other brands.. I've quit buying firearms. I have more than enough. Before I found the Horus scopes my favorite long range scope was the Leupold 16x40 Mk 4. It is light, rugged, and has a huge elevation range but target knobs are much slower to use than the Horus system.