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    Default Sig Sauer Sierra 3 BDX

    Does anyone have any experience with the high magnification Sig Sauer scopes? Looking at the Sig Sierra 3 BDX 6.5-20x52mm, also considering the range finder that connects to the scope through a Bluetooth connection.

    I am mainly curious on the glass quality as I have not found one of these scopes in a retail store. I've used non-magnified Sig red dot's before but nothing with magnification. Also would be interested in feedback if anyone has used this BDX setup. My current long range rifle has a Night Force, but am looking at other (more affordable) options for my new rifle.


    https://www.sigsauer.com/store/bdx-c...5-20x52mm.html

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    No personal experience, but found a SnipersHide thread that has some discussion:

    https://forum.snipershide.com/thread...r-bdx.6885314/
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    Its designed for the tactical digital fudd. There are much better scope options out there for the money. I have yet to be impressed by any of the Sig scopes. I got to see their entire lineup last year at a match. They are ok, but definitely not on-par for the price and their reticles are junk. The high-end Sig scopes are made in Japan most likely at Light Optical Works (LOW). The LOW factory makes very good scopes, Vortex Razor is one example. I think Sig is missing the mark on scopes, especially on the high-end.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Delfuego View Post
    Its designed for the tactical digital fudd. There are much better scope options out there for the money. I have yet to be impressed by any of the Sig scopes. I got to see their entire lineup last year at a match. They are ok, but definitely not on-par for the price and their reticles are junk. The high-end Sig scopes are made in Japan most likely at Light Optical Works (LOW). The LOW factory makes very good scopes, Vortex Razor is one example. I think Sig is missing the mark on scopes, especially on the high-end.
    I would agree with the above. Not overly impressive for the price point.

    Their Rangefinders are damn good though. Kinda hit and miss with them from one product line to the next.

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