They are great scopes for the money.
Back in the 80's the Navy put out a bid for a scope to replace the Leupold Mark 4's in service.
Tasco (Japan, NOT China) created a scope to compete. It ended up winning the trials. Word is, the Navy was a bit embarrassed so rather than grant the contract to Tasco, they canceled the trials.
So Tasco sat on the scopes and did nothing (the scope was derived from their Euro-Class 30mm line which was excellent and well respected worldwide). Tasco eventually went belly up.
SWFA bought the rights to the Super Sniper, and is having them made in the same plant as the originals, to the original spec.
I remembered the trials back in the 80's, so when SWFA listed the SS for sale, I picked one up out of nostalgia and curiosity. Well, it is a GREAT scope and very decent glass. Passes the "box test" with flying colors and is very durable. Optics are not as good as NightForce, Zeiss, IOR, or any of the good euro glass, BUT the scope rocks and will only set you back $300-$400. It is easily 90% the optical quality of the uber-expensive scopes, and maybe better than 90% the quality.
Excellent mechanics, great optics, outstanding price. Looks good, too.