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This is a discussion on Quigley-Ford Scopes within the Optics forums, part of the Gun Forum category; So I went to the Northwest Sportsman's Show yesterday here in Washington State. While my buddy and I were walking around we ran into the ...

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Old January 26th, 2017, 02:32 PM   #1
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Quigley-Ford Scopes

So I went to the Northwest Sportsman's Show yesterday here in Washington State. While my buddy and I were walking around we ran into the owner of Quigley-Ford Scopes. I had never seen these scopes, and was wondering if any one here has any experience with them? I am looking at the 5X20X50 model.
The key to this scope is it is made for a specific gun and caliber. So to order a scope I give them the caliber, bullet weight, and velocity of the bullet. Then they make a scope just for that gun. When you get it zeroed you just simply hold the cross hairs on the target at that distance and do not have to adjust the elevation knobs. The owner used to work at "Nightforce" for 22 years so he knows his stuff. His name is Randy Ford. Let me know your feedback if you have any. Thanks

The scope retails for $1499.00 and its clarity is right there with other high end scopes, side focus and all.

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Old January 30th, 2017, 09:33 PM   #3
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They could be good scopes but I have no idea. This is the first time I have heard about them. And just by looking over their web page they seem to be pushing the BDC a little to hard. That type of reticle can be useful on certain rifles but I generally stay away from it. Especially, if it is a caliber that has a wide range of bullet weights and you plan on shooting different loads.

For that price point there a few other options from established manufacturers that I would consider first (i.e. Nightforce, Leopold, Trijicon and Vortex). Just my opinion but when I was spending that much money I went with one to those companies.

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Old January 30th, 2017, 09:39 PM   #4
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They are hunting scopes; I prefer a 'tactical' on my rifle

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I wouldn't chance it.

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