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Anyone ever try a Clearidge scope? #7914552 07/27/20 12:06 PM
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I came across this & thought it was interesting. Supposedly these are made in the same Japanese factory where Weaver Grand Slams were made. Japanese glass seems to have a good reputation for scopes. Seem to be decent prices & a lot of reticle choices. You order direct so no middle-man. Just wonder if anyone has any experience or opinion on these scopes.

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Re: Anyone ever try a Clearidge scope? [Re: pertnear] #7914750 07/27/20 02:56 PM
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Looks like a nice piece of glass. Give it a go.


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I have owned two over the years. They are solid scopes for the money. I did the Tall target test with my last one and the clicks were very close and it returned to zero perfectly.
I sold my last one along with the rifle it was on so I don't currently have one.


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I’ve had an Ultra RM since 2012. They are, or at least mine was made by LOW in Japan. LOW makes excellent scopes. If I ever purchase another rimfire rifle I’ll purchase another Clearidge for it.
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