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US Optics Is Moving to North Carolina

US Optics released the following statement regarding their impending move:

We’re excited to announce that we are moving our HQ to a new location. Our upcoming move will provide far more capabilities for future expansion, production, and intricate product testing. We will close our Montana HQ ?on Friday, March 22nd? at 3:30p to begin the moving process and will be fully up and running at our new North Carolina location ?Monday, April 15th at 7:30 a.m.? Our website, email, and telephones, will be fully operational during the moving process, but you may experience a small delay in customer service response time. Please allow 1 business day for our Customer Service, Sales, Marketing, and Accounting team to respond via phone or email. Please be aware that a 3-week delay in production, repairs, and shipping during this time is to be expected. We appreciate your patience and understanding. If you have any questions about how our upcoming move will affect production and repairs, please contact us at ?406-300-4090? or ?info@usoptics.com?

7 Responses to “US Optics Is Moving to North Carolina”

  1. Ray forest says:

    Anyone know where in N.C.?

  2. According to their Facebook page, it is Connelly Springs. That is just to the east of Morganton along Interstate 40. It explains why you see mountains in the picture. It is the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

  3. Alpha2 says:

    Cali to Montana to NC…kinda circuitous route.

    • wiloch says:

      Good company, honest brokers and decent bit of history. IME their gear is usually good, overbuilt if nothing else, and when something is wrong like a slippy knob, they fix it. No idea why theyre moving, better proximity to US gov and dod…maybe moved to MT lookin for better people then experienced the winter (6months+ of dark ice fog days, wet cold, cement snow…NW MT definitely ain’t a Bogner and Gorsuch winter wonderland), now off to NC for good people+easy weather? Good luck.

  4. Ray Forest says:

    Our mountains are kinda odd choice. No where near DOD or Gov, no easy big airports, mountain weather is not horrible but it’s not exactly clear blue sky’s.

    • Steve Bush says:

      Ray,

      You have to know that there are a lot of weapon manufacturers in the Carolina area. Main one to mention is Palmetto Armory who has a lot of government contracts. There are other production companies of the sort here as well. It only makes sense to me.

    • Whit says:

      FWIW, they’re 13 minutes from a airport hosting corporate and private aircraft, and an hour from CLT. Plus, easy access to the interstate. I’d say they chose well.