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Old 01-25-2013, 01:45 PM   #1
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Has anybody bought this scope and if so what are your thoughts on it please? How is it at dawn and dusk and how does it track?



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Has anybody bought this scope and if so what are your thoughts on it please? How is it at dawn and dusk and how does it track?
Have one on a 22, good an clear for the price its right on par with nikons pro staff. The finish is tank like nice an flat black. It has click adjustments, the scope is really good on trackin left, right , up, down just like all leupolds are, its a great scope to me for rimfires. I do not skimp on optics when it comes to my centerfire rifles tho. But for the money its really good.


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Have one on a 22, good an clear for the price its right on par with nikons pro staff. The finish is tank like nice an flat black. It has click adjustments, the scope is really good on trackin left, right , up, down just like all leupolds are, its a great scope to me for rimfires. I do not skimp on optics when it comes to my centerfire rifles tho. But for the money its really good.
Thanks for the info MM. Any other comments welcome.
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I have sold several and have followed-up with my customers and I have gotten nothing but good reports. I have even ordered one for my use. I do not do the 50mm think, but I have sold several 50mm's.
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I put the 3x9-40 on my 7-08 and like it.



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