New Scopes from Leupold

by
posted on April 26, 2014
newscopes.jpg

Stopped by to see the good folks at Leupold at the show and some of the company's new products on display. They have two new scopes similar to the 4-24X reviewed at Shooting Illustrated last year.

The first scope is a VX-6 similar to the scope reviewed, except the reticle now has lighted strada delineating distance and windage for holdovers. It looks almost like a runway leading you straight to your target, and comes with magnification of 7-42x56 mm.

The second scope (pictured) is the VX-R with the FireDot MultiDot reticle, a new version with a very neat addition. Three lighted red dots denote the set-point (200 yards), which two additional red dots denote the point of aim at 300 and 400 yards, respectively. The scope is designed to work with most common mid-caliber centerfire rounds (.30-06 Spr., .308 Win., .300 Win. Mag., etc.).

Latest

New Bolt Action Rifles for 2024
New Bolt Action Rifles for 2024

New Bolt Action Rifles for 2024

The long-range precision rifle has found new life.

First Look: Sports Afield HD7 Bio Handgun Vault

Biometric locking combines with secure storage to keep your pistol close at hand.

Review: Safariland IncogX Holster for the Smith & Wesson Shield

How does the IncogX work with smaller-size carry pistols?

New Modern Sporting Rifles for 2024

America’s most-popular rifle is popular for a reason.

First Look: Savage Arms 320 FDE Tactical Shotgun

A new option for a workhorse tactical shotgun.

Kimber Announces KDS9c Redemption Promotion

Customize your pistol right from the factory.

Interests



Get the best of Shooting Illustrated delivered to your inbox.