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    Look into the kowa prominar. They have a few different models with amazing eye pieces. I have the tsn 774 with 25x-60x wide angle eyepiece. Its amazing. Ive had swaros, and leica. I still own a niko ed, but this scope rocks. I've put it up against the razor hd. Week of glassing and scouting. No comparison. Kowa optics are amazing. Edge to edge brightness and clarity is awesome. No tunnel vision on max zoom. No distortion. Enough said. Sorry for rant.

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    I just bought the razor hd 22-48x65 and couldn't be happier with it. I had a leupold ventanna sx1, so anything is an upgrade from that!!

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    Drop- Good choice. I too have this unit and it's a good one. Can't beat the quality for the price.

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    I recently bought the Vortex Viper HD 15-45 by 65. I have to say I wasn't overly impressed with the clarity. It was also irritating to drop a decent amount of money only to find made in PRC on it when I received it. I had assumed that it was produced in the Philippines like my older viper scopes. I emailed Vortex to confirm that their Viper line of spotting scopes and binoculars are made in The peoples republic of China now. Their rep was courteous enough in his responses but basically made some lame excuse that most companies produce their products in China. I bought the scope through a third party site and am unable to return it or I would. Not worth the money. It infuriates me that many companies move production to China yet want to continue charging made in the US prices. ie Kuiu, Eberlestock, Sitka, etc......

    I plan on switching back to Leupold in the future and just paying the extra cost for something made here.....

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    Hate to break it to you but the Leopold spotting scope is not made here in the US either.
    If you don't care where you are, you are not lost....

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    Do you know where its made?

 

 
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