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Hey guys, I didn't get any answer to my last question.  I'll try to reword it.

On the Sightron website, they say their scopes are made with the ExacTrack adjustment system, which guarantees no drift.  Here is the address for that.

 http://www.sightron.com/index.php?action=view_catego ry&cat_id=1044399417

I'm tossing around between a Leupold, and Burris FFII, and these Sightron scopes.

A)  Can anybody vouch for Sightron's "no drift" claim?
B)  How do Leupold's and Burris' adjustment systems stack up to Sightron's ExacTrack system  (are they similar in construction?)

Thanks in advance for any advice you can offer.
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Also, I guess you have to click on ExacTrack on the left hand side of the screen when you get to that site.
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I have never even seen a Sightron scope.  But, very knowledgeable people swear by them and say they perform as advertised.  I am almost of the mind that their real business must be as an OEM supplier to some of the bigger name outfits.\

 

 

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I have never had the opportunity to shoot with one either, I have only seen a few that we took on trade and they appear to be fine scopes.

 

As far as adjustments are concerned, I think with todays technology and manufacturing advances that just about all mid priced scopes hold their zero just fine.  We never get returns or complaints on any Leupold or Burris scopes in regards to their adjustments drifting.

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