Leupold Expands VX-3i Riflescope Line

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posted on September 12, 2016
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Leupold & Stevens, Inc., has a new method of light management with the introduction of the VX-3i riflescope. Now with even more options in reticles and magnifications, there is a VX-3i that's right for any need.

With magnification ranges now added in 1.75-6x32 mm, 4.5-14x40 mm, 6.5-20x40 mm and 8.5-25x50 mm, the VX-3i riflescope is available in almost any power range hunters and long-range enthusiasts may need.

"As the VX-3i line continues to expand, hunters and long-range rifle shooters can take advantage of the new Twilight Max light management technology, which helps extend viable shooting hours and provides exceptional resolution in any light," said Tim Lesser, vice president of product development for Leupold & Stevens, Inc. "Every extra minute we can effectively hunt is an extra minute to experience that epic moment. Your riflescope has to be ready and able when that moment presents itself. The VX-3i is always ready."

Leupold's light management system, called Twilight Max, enhances brightness, color and clarity, especially in low-light conditions. By balancing available light across the entire spectrum, the VX-3i permits enhanced target acquisition, identification and shot placement in diminished light. From the end of the day, to heavy overcast to deep canyons, the Twilight Max Light Management System will let shooters see, identify and deliver precise shots even in low-light settings.

Easier to turn adjustments and knurled knobs make it fast and easy to dial in, even when wearing gloves or in poor weather. A new dual-spring erector assembly delivers match-grade adjustments while maintaining Leupold's legendary in-the-field ruggedness. Once the VX-3i is zeroed, hunters and shooters can be confident that their riflescope is ready to perform.

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