Is primary arms a good optic?

Primary Arms 1-6 Optics Keep in mind that price dictates optical quality. This scope’s optical quality does not measure up to a Nightforce scope, but it doesn’t cost nearly as much either. Within the budget category, the optics are fine.

Are primary arms scopes made in China?

Production Facilities All products from Primary Arms Optics® are outsourced from factories in the Asia Pacific. The premium-quality Platinum rifle scopes are sourced from Japan, the entry-level and affordable variants are manufactured in China, while the mid-priced optics are made in the Philippines.

Are primary arms LPVO good?

If you’re looking for the best LPVO scope with an excellent compromise between close quarters shooting and more extended range, the Primary Arms SLX is your best bet.

Are primary arms optics waterproof?

It’s constructed from a 6063 aluminum alloy, coated in anodized matte black. Without a mount, the scope weighs 16.9 ounces and is 10.04 inches long. The aluminum tube is nitrogen purged, and the glass lenses are waterproof & fog resistant.

Are primary arms scopes durable?

The Primary Arms 4-14×44 is a must-have riflescope for its price range. It’s lightweight, durable, and offers a fantastic view for the best target acquisition. And it’s not going to break the bank. Compared to other scopes with similar features, the 4-14×44 scope is more affordable.

Where is primary arms company located?

sunny Houston, TX
The current team is over 150 people strong located in sunny Houston, TX in a brand-new office with state-of-the-art facilities. Primary Arms uses advanced technology for most of the applications including ERP and E-Commerce systems hosted in the Cloud.

How long has primary arms been in business?

Since founding in 2007 by Marshall Lerner, the company has grown exponentially every year. The current team is over 150 people strong located in sunny Houston, TX in a brand-new office with state-of-the-art facilities.

Should I buy an LPVO?

LPVOs are great scopes for those shooting at both short-range and mid-range targets. For non-tactical applications, LPVOs can be great for hunting mid-range targets or heading out to the range. They offer the advantage of hitting the closest possible targets without any parallax distortion.

Do you shoot an LPVO with both eyes open?

A typical LPVO starts out at one power, allowing you to use the crosshairs in the optic to engage targets at closer distances. At one power, a low power variable optic has the same magnification as normal eyesight. This makes them easy to use with both eyes open.

Is primary arms better than Vortex?

Both come with the same 24 mm objective lens diameter, but the quality of the Vortex optics outperforms that of the Primary Arms, and they both come with 30mm tubes. So testing brightness and clarity of vision is perceptually easy, and the Vortex is a clear winner here.

Where are Vortex optics made?

Made in China, But the Good Made in China Like the Philippines, Japanese engineers and optics experts supervise and staff the Vortex scopes production facilities in China to verify adherence to Vortex’s high standards. The bulk of Vortex’s rifle scopes production occurs in China.

Where are Leupold scopes made?

Beaverton Oregon manufacturing
Leupold riflescopes are all designed, machined, and assembled in our Beaverton Oregon manufacturing facility. We do not have any other riflescope manufacturing facilities or offices anywhere in the world.

Are primary arms scopes any good?

This is a great quality riflescope from a reputable company. Primary Arms’ scopes are well known for their superior quality. The scope has been made from the best grade of aluminium and enhanced with a matte finish. The finish keeps it looking good for a long time, free from scratches and damage from other elements.

Does the primary arms “autolive” scope work with night vision?

The scope also features Primary Arms’ “AutoLive” battery saving technology, which turns the reticle off after three minutes of stillness, and then back on when the scope is moved. The Primary Arms website lists this scope as “night vision compatible.” I’ve read that before on budget optics, and rarely is it the case.

Is the primary arms GLX a good scope?

The Primary Arms GLx 2.5-10x44mm is a feature-packed scope with very good glass, at a very low price point. It also has one of the most complex and capable reticles on the market today. Most folks buy a scope in this price range because they don’t have the money for a more expensive model.