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Just wondering if anyone out there has had a chance to check out the Brunton Scopes?  I know they make quailty binoculars and spotting scopes, but how are the rifle scopes?  I like many of their products, (i.e. compasses, camp stoves, lighters, ect.) and wonder if the put the same craftsmanship in their scopes? 
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value is in the eye of the beholder - you may find you like something they make - they are counting on it.
 
I have seen some innovative survival gear camping gear from Brunton, but its way too late to jump into competition with the big optics companies, Nikon, Bushnell, Leupold etc. I dont see Brunton as a viable contender in optics, but they may find a specialty nitch.
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They make great pocket transits, though.   Smile
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got a heckva birthday price on a Burton 4x, mounted it on an H&R 3006 for a backup. We'll see, won't we? pun intended.
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never could spell, Brunton guess that's right, huh.
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Originally posted by diesel diesel wrote:

got a heckva birthday price on a Burton 4x, mounted it on an H&R 3006 for a backup. We'll see, won't we? pun intended.
 
 
Cool   WE'LL SEE!!!! 
 
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Last year I picked up a Brunton spotter for range use. Yeah, I know it was a cheapie. It was a lightweight, 12-36 X 50 made in China. For the intended purpose it's not half bad. It's no Nikon or Swaro, but I only paid less than a hundred bucks for it. 
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I DO NOT take chances on unproven products, I will wait for the reviews.
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Originally posted by medic52 medic52 wrote:

I DO NOT take chances on unproven products, I will wait for the reviews.
 
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