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Rudolph Optics

29 Sep 2018
@ 02:32 am (GMT)

Stuart Talbot

Does anybody here have experience with Rudolph Optics? We have a shop here carrying them, and of course they're going to sing their praises. Just curious if anybody has used them.

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01 Oct 2018
@ 07:26 pm (GMT)

Andrew Murray

Re: Rudolph Optics
Hi Stuart,

I have not but I understand your trepidation... very hard to trust a salesperson.
01 Oct 2018
@ 09:39 pm (GMT)

Warwick Marflitt

Re: Rudolph Optics
No sorry. The SIII Sightron series of scopes seam to have the right balance of price, robustness and functional reliability. Tried and proven by quite a few of us here. They just work and do what's needed with no fuss. Me personally I have 3 SIII Sightrons and a Nightforce. I don't think I'll have to buy another scope unless I manage to wreck one. $1830.00nzd plus freight and customs duty its a lot dearer than the Sightrons.
15 Oct 2018
@ 06:50 am (GMT)

John D. Hays - New Mexico

Re: Rudolph Optics

Stuart,


Rudolph Optics Tactical T1 6-24 x 50 30mm Riflescope Tube with T3 Reticle, Black

I understand them to be Sightron SIII 6-24 "clones" using literally the same glass (?) from the same manufactory, but built to order for Rudolph. A difference is they have a zero-stop, which is prompting Sightron to add this feature to more recent scopes.

However the Rudolphs are 20-30% more expensive than the Sightrons, and while they have a lifetime warranty what does that mean from an entity that has not existed very long at all. Sightron has been around a good bit longer and also has a lifetime warranty.

You might watch Richard Utting's video, "Rudolph Optics: quality cheap bino LRF and 6-24s" :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IugqwGPWozw
 

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