I don't know what they get for their scopes but I suspect if they come in in the op's price range they would be good scopes. I was living in Greeley when they opened their door's. Owned by two brother that both worked for Redfield in Denver prior to going on their own.I was looking for a moderate priced scope last year. I bought a burris fullfield IV. It held zero through quite a few range sessions, flying west, hunting antelope for a week, flying home and deer season.
It's not great glass, but plenty bright for low light and what I would consider a good budget hunting scope.
I bought a burris E1this year and it's not as good a scope, noticeable difference in quality to my eye.
I have a couple Nikon 3-9x scopes and no problems but, my understanding is Nikon has quit selling scopes. Had a problem with a 4 1/2-14 Nikon and sent it back. They wouldn't fix or replace it but instead let my choose from what they had up to the new price of the scopeDidn't care for that but ended up with a nice set of binocular's.Seeing a lot of love for Leupold, Nikon, and Burris.
I have a Nikon prostaff 3-9x40 on my other rifle, and by the conversation I’m kinda being swayed to stick to what I know. It would prevent needing any adjustment l when going between rifles at the very least….but variety is also the spice of life.