We are compiling an ever growing list of U.S. rifle scope manufacturers & brands, which might include large corporations, small companies and individuals.
There are currently 6 companies in this list, which might include gun scopes assembled from materials 100% manufactured here in America, but some may also contain a percentage produced outside the USA.
They've been making world-class optics that bear the family name for over 100 years. They honor that legacy every day as they design, machine and assemble riflescopes, spotting scopes, binoculars and rangefinders at their state of the art facility in Beaverton, Oregon. When you buy Leupold, you become part of their family.
They manufacture a wide variety of scopes for rifles, shotguns, handguns, muzzleloaders & crossbows used in hunting and competition matches in both fixed and variable power configurations.
Meopta U.S.A., Inc. headquarters in Long Island, NY is a state of the art manufacturing, assembly, and engineering facility that is home to their aerospace, general defense contracting and North American sports optics divisions. Fully ISO certified, over 120 highly skilled associates manufacture, service and support a broad array of technologically advanced optical systems and assemblies for the industrial, military and consumer markets.
MeoPro 1” Riflescope Series riflescopes not only outperform the biggest names in the business, their impressive performance rivals glass costing two to three times more. Built in the USA to the highest manufacturing standards each MeoPro® series riflescope hits its mark, delivering maximum performance and outstanding value.
Based in Oregon, the original home of founder John C. Redfield, they've rededicated themselves to his vision: no-nonsense optics for everyone. Focused on that goal, they make top-notch optical equipment accessible to every American hunter. With Redfield, outdoorsmen across this great land can fill their tag without breaking the bank.
For more than 100-years, Redfield has built an American hunting legacy. Now, as part of the Leupold family, this American legend is looking to another century of hunting.
Trijicon has led the industry in the development of superior any-light aiming systems since the company's founding in 1981. World-renowned for its innovative applications of tritium and advanced fiber-optics. They manufacture the most advanced riflescopes and sights for tactical and sporting applications. Trijicon's self-illuminated sights and scopes are created and produced in a large, modern, fully equipped facility in Wixom, Michigan.
The vast majority of Trijicon products, including all ACOG®, RMR®, Reflex, MRO®, Night Sights, SRS®, VCOG®, TARS®, CCAS® and Archery Sights are 100% made in the USA., and are designed, engineered, machined and assembled on their five-acre site.
USO has sold scopes to military outfits and law enforcement agencies through out the United States. They have also satisfied contract obligations with The Unites States Marine Corps. In 1999 the USMC inquired about refurbishing the aging MST-100 and was proud to be selected for this task. Over 150 scopes were successfully rebuilt for this contract. With the passing of John's father, John III was named CEO of US Optics and has continued to bring quality products and superior customer relations to the company. US Optics has a solid business platform and new product lines that ensure continued success in the future.
U.S. Optics scopes are manufactured and assembled to exacting specifications of an engineered optical prescription to gather, filter and transmit light starting with the objective lens and through all optical elements ending with the eyepiece. The result is a family of optics that transmit a sharp image with maximum clarity in a rugged, punishment proof housing in the best and worst of environmental conditions.
Makers of high quality scopes, sights and accessories for black powder rifles. All of their products are manufactured and assembled in their Belgrade, Montana facility.
Some of the companies listed in this directory that produce hunting products here in America, may also have them manufactured in other countries as well. Many businesses alter their brand names, manufacturing practices and product designs with little or no notice, so if there are questions that still remain, we suggest contacting the manufacturer directly.