U.S. Optics moving operations to Montana
By Andrew Shepperson
U.S. Optics will be moving operations from Southern California to Montana. (Photo: U.S. Optics)
U.S. Optics has announced they will be moving their operations from Southern California to Kalispell, Montana.
The company said the move will ultimately allow them to exceed their previous production capabilities, despite a brief production pause while the new facilities are brought online.
For the past 25 years, U.S. Optics has been making high-quality custom riflescopes and optics. Their product line is based on custom scopes designed for the specific needs of their customers, whether they be military members, competitive shooters, or law enforcement officers.
As part of the June 2017 acquisition by Down Range Solutions Group, U.S. Optics has been improving processes involved in production, quality, and warranty standards and hopes to exceed expectations at their new facilities.
“We are very proud of what we built at U.S. Optics, great products from dedicated employees,” former owner Arnold VonBargen said after the acquisition. “Now we have the ability to reach our potential with additional resources and opportunities. I am extremely excited to see where we go from here.”
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