Yeah, like I said earlier, their glass is great for the price. My BDX Sierra3 3-10x42 is my clearest hunting scope I own. I have it on my Savage overwatch in 270Win. It’s my cheapest, lightest and most accurate out of the box setup in my safe. If I had more disposable income I’d have a better quality scope as most large bucks in my region (and others I’d imagine) live on the edges of open areas. Seeing into the black transition zone is a must. This year I’m going to try out the Sig Sauer Tango4 (genII) with a mil hash illuminated reticle mounted to my Savage 10T SR in 6creed.I have a Sig Sauer on my 300RUM and it is amazing in low light and clear love it best scope i have found. But they are a little pricey. You might want to check them out.
A few years back I shot a big ole black bear with my 6.5creed Sako Finnlight. That day I realized my Sig Sauer BDX Sierra3 6.5-20x52 was the wrong setup for that area. Typically it arrived stealthy not 15-20 yards away. This was way too much scope. Luckily I quickly found its ear and DRT that fella. IMO Light transmission wasn’t great for that horrible situation I put myself in. Got lucky that day. That rifle now has a Nikon coyote special with a BDC Reticle. It stays at 3X power.