American made LRF binoculars?

diverdon

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Probably not what you want for price but take a look at the Wilcox Raptar.
 

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jolofree

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"How can you legit range targets with those?"

I'm guessing you meant how far can they legitimately range a target.

I don't really know. I range cattle 1000yds + daily, IPSC targets on the range 1250yds consistently.
I have ranged Reflective targets like a metal hay barn 2750 to 3270yd with mine since I got them a couple months ago
 

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"How can you legit range targets with those?"

I'm guessing you meant how far can they legitimately range a target.

I don't really know. I range cattle 1000yds + daily, IPSC targets on the range 1250yds consistently.
I have ranged Reflective targets like a metal hay barn 2750 to 3270yd with mine since I got them a couple months ago
Are cattle the same as deer/elk for ranging? Topic has me watching as I also need a better device.
 

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Why do people care about this.... American doesn't really have a sporting optics industry. All of the "glass" is made elsewhere. EDIT* Basically everything besides the Vortex AMG...
 
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The same folks that worry about that buy ford, chevy or dodge.
If you want an American made pickup, buy a Tundra. They are made in San Antonio, not mexico or Canada like the "big three"
 

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"The same folks that worry about that buy ford, chevy or dodge."

Isn't the Ram 1500 made in Sterling Heights, Michigan and the US sold F150s in Dearborn, Michigan?

I think the Silverado 1500 is made in Saltillo, MX though.