Good glass makes a difference


#1

Good glass does save on eye fatigue. I’ve used cheap binoculars that I wasn’t afraid to lose or get stolen out of the truck, and after hours upon hours of glassing, cheap distorted lenses can take a toll on the eyes including giving you a massive headache. So some advice to those new to shooting and hunting, get the best you can afford & your eyes will thank you later.


These have a built in range finder, means 1 less thing to carry in with you


#2

When it comes to optics, you get what you pay for. Far too often you end up spending more buying cheap stuff because you replace it.


#3

@Tactical_Reviews is correct and I would also like to mention the spotting scope world has two factions in it. 1. Target shooting and 2. Bird watching. I know, I know I will get hell for this, but a Kowa will flat out put a Swarovski to shame at the range, and it did in front of a Swarovski rep during a F class TR match! This one is a Kowa TSN-883 with the 25-60x. Wide eye piece. 2nd to none in color clarity, and that is important shooting holes in a black bulls eye.

keep in mind that I had to take pictures through the scope with the phone! the Kowa set up was $1,500.00 less that the Swarovski.


#4

My biggest peeve is a guy buys a $800 or more rifle and puts a $200 scope on it…blows my mind…spend equal money for good glass…


#5

I agree! Almost every scope I own was more expensive than the gun


#6

On my BMG, 1/3 the cost is in the optic.