Redfield Rifle Scopes
Hunters and sportsmen nationwide breathed a collective sigh of relief when, in 2008, Leupold & Stevens bought Redfield name, makers of hunting-related optical products After all, several generations had relied on the quality and high standards of Redfield rifle scopes.
For ten years -- from 1998 the date the original family owned Redfield company was sold -- to 2008, the Redfield name had been passed around from one conglomerate to another. But none, according to sportsmen, ever was able to match the superior performance of the original scopes.
Today Redfield rifle scopes are produced in Beaverton, Oregon by one of the best known and widely respected companies manufacturing scopes in its own right.
Leupold & Stevens is continuing the tradition begun more than 100 years ago, in 1909 when the Redfield Gunsight Co. was first created. It started as a small family operation, originally offering only open sites. As the company grew, though, so did the array of products it offered the American sportsman. including, rifle scopes, mounts and even sporting scopes and binoculars.
The Revolution series of Redfield rifle scopes currently on the market not only offer the most popular magnifications, but the most sought after styles as well.
The Quality You Expect
This series carry several advantages over its competitors. One thing you'll appreciate about them is that they're filled with nitrogen to prevent fogging. Another excellent advantage is that they are waterproof.
The clarity of the scope is also above reproach. The glasswork of the Redfield rifle scopes and its coatings provide the shooter with an abundance of clarity and light regardless of the time of day. These accessories also work well even when you're in moderately lit indoor ranges.
As you search for the perfect scope for you, you'll no doubt notice that the prices are quite reasonable. Most of the models cost less than many of the lower-quality import scopes.
And if you have any doubts about whether to "bet" on their quality following a 10-drought, Leupold & Stevens has allied them with an outstanding warranty. One that takes all the risk out of the purchase.
If Redfield rifle scopes break or if they need repaired, the company will take care of it at no cost. This is an unconditional guarantee with no time limit. Even if you bought your scope used, this warranty stands. This means that once you invest in one of these optical instruments, you'll never need to replace it.
But, There Is an Issue or Two . . .
But there are a few problems with the Redfield rifle scopes. The first is its lack of an adjustable parallax. Some shootists also claim that the click adjustments are soft. They prefer a firmer and more "positive feel" to the windage and elevation adjustments.
Despite these few issues, the consensus among sportsman seems to be positive. Hunters have commented that this product is "a great scope for the money," and "it's the best value on the market. Period."
Whether you've used Redfield rifle scopes in the past, if you're an avid hunter, you need to check out the "new and improved" Redfield. With more than 100 years of history and integrity, and an amazing warranty, you may decide that this is the perfect rifle scope for you.