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Rition optics #7757583 02/27/20 04:20 AM
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Has anyone used this brand . I never heard of them before and then seen someone who was using them and recommended them . Was a hunting show from new zeland that they where using it .

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Website: https://www.ritonoptics.com/


Riton Optics was founded by Law Enforcement and Military veterans and is an American owned company even though their optics are produced in Japan.

They state that they offer the highest quality optics at the most competitive prices matched with incredible customer service. If your scope breaks, they don’t repair it for you. They replace it with a new one. And they shoot for a 48-hour turnaround time. This is a huge service if it breaks during hunting season.

Here’s a quote off of their website I like:

“We are dedicated to the pursuit of precision in everything we do. Using only the best materials and most innovative technology, we have created an unrivaled line of optics that deliver on performance and value.

From offering you the best rifle scopes, binoculars and red dot sight for your outdoor, hunting and shooting adventures to providing an unlimited lifetime warranty on every product we make. Riton always put customers first.

Our motto is PURSUIT of PRECISION OPTICS for ALL”.

And they go on to say “We promise to make the highest quality optics at a price point that hardworking people can afford. We will beat the competition on quality, warranty, customer service and value for money every time”.

Riton Optics was established in 2013 in Tucson, Arizona. For that new of a company, they are making their presence known fast. They are aggressive.

They have a unique QC [quality control] system. The optics are inspected in Japan at the plant and then 100% inspected when they arrive in America. Then when an order is placed, they are again 100% inspected and repacked.(review Link)

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Originally Posted by txhuntingguide
If I choose to hunt in a coon tail hat, a pink tootoo and hip waders that is my fine...
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Woot.com sells them. That doesn’t say a lot. They are usually selling NCStar and such.


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Originally Posted by Tff caribou
Woot.com sells them. That doesn’t say a lot. They are usually selling NCStar and such.


SportOptics.com just started selling them


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Anyone with hands on experience?


Originally Posted by txhuntingguide
If I choose to hunt in a coon tail hat, a pink tootoo and hip waders that is my fine...
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Boo boo turrets if I remember right

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Buddy of mine just got one for mid range shooting. I don’t know that he has much time behind it yet, but his initial impression was good. Not sure where he is coming from, but I know he hasn’t played with or shot high end optics.

Will update if I ever get more info.

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The MOD 7 5-25 looks interesting. I'm not in the market though.

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I have the RT-S Mod 5 Gen2 6-24x50 IR FFP on my Model 70 .264 win mag. I really like the scope. It is affordable, durable, has great HD glass. The turrets are not "mushy" as some folks say...at least to me anyway. There is a definite, positive click when the turrets are turned. It also tracks very well when adjusting. I had mine sighted in 1 inch high at 100 yards, I had an axis walk out and casually graze in front of me this past opening morning. I ranged him at 462 and thought....why not. I did the math adjusted for vertical, guessed at the windage and adjusted it, squeezed the trigger. Dead, and hit him right where I was aiming. Adjusted back to zero and when I got back to camp I fired at the 100 yard range we have and it tracked right back to the original....I was very impressed.


I personally think it is a great scope for the money and I'll definitely be buying more of them

I just wish it was a touch lighter...it weighs 30 oz. which seems a lot for a "featherweight' rifle

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