counter guy @ cabelas told me they were they best on the marker
When I worked at Cabelaís there was pretty much a consensus among the younger salesmen that Vortex was the best. Some of them didnít own a scope, most only had one rifle and scope and never once did I see one them looking through different scope brands to compare optical quality.
And most people quantify a good scope as one having good glass. That's the least important characteristic anymore, at least IMO. Any $200+ scope will get you past legal shooting light. Reticles, adjustments, holding POI, etc are much more important. As I said before, IMO there's always something better at an equal or less price.