Redfield Optics: We Review their Top Rifle Scopes, Spotters & Binoculars for Sale in 2018

Redfield LogoRedfield has been in the optics field since the turn of the 20th century. It was one decade shy of being a centennial American business when it closed its doors in 1998.

After several entities failed attempts to restore the company, the world-class, renowned Leupold & Stevens, Inc finally bought Redfield and has truly revived the American optics brand.

Redfield is known for ditching the “bells and whistles” marketing techniques, and many people mistake that to mean their optics are nude and bare of anything decent. In actual fact, they are a prominent and acclaimed optics company that attracts consumers with their quality standards for low prices.

Do yourself a favor and scope out the brand. You might just find what you have been looking for.

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Redfield Rifle Scope Reviews: Join the Revolution!

There’s nothing more American than puttin’ on some camo, pullin’ out the hunting gear, and stalkin’ down your prey for the dinner table. But, to make sure little tummies don’t go hungry this hunting season, you may want to make sure you’ve got the right rifle scope to get the job done. And if you’re doing some window shopping before you buy, American-made optics like Redfield should be at the top of your list.

The Revolution series rifle scopes are the flagship line for Redfield. They’re designed to give you the most bang for your buck (pun intended), while modeling a streamlined and compact construction.

This may have you wondering, what does the Revolution rifle scope lack that makes it so streamlined? The below reviews expose more than just the bare basics to reveal that Redfield can deliver everything you could want in a scope.

In a fast-changing optics market where big is being perceived to be better, the refreshingly (and perhaps, traditional) contoured and compact design gives these scopes a naturally low profile. Without further ado, let’s take a look at what the Revolution rifle scopes have to offer the American hunter.

How do these Rifle Scopes Compare? (click to open)

Redfield Binocular Reviews: Are You a Rebel or a Renegade?

If you’ve saved up enough bucks to get yourself a really nice low budget binocular, then Redfield is where you should lay it on down. They don’t offer a huge inventory when you only need a few exceptional and unmatched optics within its class.

To really get to know Redfield, we’ll get into how they keep their binos simple, classy, and affordable with their fully multi-coated lenses and waterproof and fog-proof abilities with unsurpassed BAK4 prism glass.

Redfield’s motto seems to be along the lines of giving the hunter an unparalleled visionary experience for blue-collar prices that’s impossible to beat.

Now, what’s so great about Redfield?

Back in the day when they were nearly forced to close their doors, they struck the jackpot when Leupold & Stevens snagged them up in a bankruptcy deal (I got this straight from the horse’s mouth). Not long after that, the American Leupold & Stevens created more jobs increasing total Redfield employment to nearly 700 people which I’m sure has had an upward trend since then.

Because of this, Redfield has access to Leupold’s world-renown binocular experts, unequaled optics technology, and superior warranties. They also boosted the lives of employees and the economy of the American North West.

So, if you’re looking to buy Redfield binoculars without paying typical Leupold prices, then the Rebel, Renegade, and Battlefield binos are for you. Other than the fact that they’re all Nitrogen filled, tripod adaptable, and they come with extra accessories thrown in, they’re also made with BAK4 prism glass that’s made to Leupold’s custom quality standards.

How do these Binoculars Compare? (click to open)

Redfield Rangefinder Reviews: Raider Laser Device

You’ve come to the right place if you’re looking for that extra small and affordable rangefinder to take with you on your next hunt or shot at the target range. I agree with the statement that “size matters” when you’re already toting around a ton of gear and you need something easy to handle and light to carry.

But that doesn’t mean it should cost you an arm and a leg. Without compromising on quality and accuracy, check out the Redfield Raider that’ll get the job done.

Redfield 117862 Raider Rangefinder 600ADon’t bother searching for “off-brand” rangefinders for cheap. The Raider line is budget-friendly for anyone looking for trusted, quality, and affordable rangefinders. Besides, you’ll want to stick with the brands you know best.

The rangefinders in the Raider line are all quality products that’ll do the job well without leaving you with buyer’s remorse. With various features that puts them each in high demand, there’s one that sticks out from the rest: the Redfield Raider 600A.

With 600 yard range, lightning fast laser response, super compact and light-weight design, there’s not much more you can add to that to make it better than it already is.


Redfield – Quality Optics at Budget Prices

Redfield doesn’t need a ton of options to appeal to the hunter, nor do they need a lot of fancy frills to maintain their reputation.

They pump out some quality optics for bargain barrel prices, all made in the good ol’ U.S.A. If you still think they lack some flair, you might be too dependent on your optics rather than your mad, sniping and hunting ability. That is because a good optic can make you look better than you actually are.

If you’re done whingin’ and whinin’, you might want to put your money where your mouth is and give these bad boys a run. You might just be surprised with results.

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