Leupold Mark 6 Throw Lever

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posted on January 5, 2015
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Whether in a 3-gun competition or a carbine training course, being able to rapidly switch scope magnification power is a small advantage that can shave precious seconds off your time or minimize distractions in training. It allows for rapid, precise adjustments to be made on the fly, dramatically reducing the searching and fumbling with the small extant lever.

Leupold's Mark 6 Throw Lever is designed to fit seamlessly over the existing lever on all Mark 6 scopes to provide added purchase when changing magnification. The enlarged lever makes increasing or decreasing power a much faster task and will significantly lower the time needed. Scalloped cutouts in the throw lever allow the magnification settings to be completely visible when the lever is attached.

Constructed of aircraft-grade aluminum and made in the U.S., the extended throw lever provides positive camming action and installs quickly with two hex screws (hex wrench provided).

MSRP: $189.99

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