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Swampfox Optics #8349509 08/12/21 07:36 PM
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Anyone here own or have reviews of the Swampfox LVPO's? They have two models....Arrowhead and Tomahawk. Curious if anyone has one?

Also if anyone has any of the red dots would like to hear some input on those as well.


Re: Swampfox Optics [Re: DocHorton] #8351886 08/15/21 12:23 AM
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I have not owned one personally, but was friends with a guy who bought one. I can't recall exactly which one but I want to say it was the tomahawk. I looked through it several times and shot his AR with it mounted a few times, so not a ton of time with it. Turrets felt pretty good, edge to edge clarity was good, mag ring was just right IMHO. I personally felt like it was nicer than the Vortex viper pst 1-4x that I had years ago.

Re: Swampfox Optics [Re: DocHorton] #8352771 08/16/21 01:02 AM
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I have the red dots and have no complaints. Pretty clear dot compared to some other brands

Re: Swampfox Optics [Re: DocHorton] #8401148 09/29/21 11:17 AM
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I talked to Mike a few times, he seems like a nice dude. Used to work for Primary Arms. At one point I was looking into their kentucky long series but they've been out of stock for a long long time.

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I like Primary Arms for affordable LPVOs. Actually their Gold and Platinum long range optics are good as well.





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I recently replaced a primary arms 1-6x slx with a burris rt6. optically it is slightly better, especially at the edges. I almost pulled the trigger on a swampfox, but I don't like exposed turrets. Don't pay full price. there are countless 20-30% off codes around.

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Been thinking about getting the Burris for the AR I'm getting, good to hear you like yours. So many options for optics, hard to tell which way is up.

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Originally Posted by 65x55
Been thinking about getting the Burris for the AR I'm getting, good to hear you like yours. So many options for optics, hard to tell which way is up.


I bought mine from battlehawk armory. it was like 285 or 290 shipped. battlehawk has mixed reviews, but I didn't have any problem with them. I've never had issues with opticsplanet either, and they are also mixed reviews.

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