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Leupold® VX-3 Scope. Penetrate the gloom! Top-level hunting, in all light conditions!
Anywhere you go, the best and the brightest comes along for the ride with this Leupold® VX-3 Scope. Xtended TwilightTM lens technology targets and enhances light wavelengths found in near-dark, morning and dusk conditions. And that's combined with the ultimate in rugged construction for going the distance in the field. Our price is the lowest around!Ready for adventure:
- Designed, machined and assembled in the U.S.A.!
- 6061-T6 aircraft-grade aluminum
- Xtended Twilight Lens System with Index Matched® lens coatings and blackened lens edges
- DiamondCoat2® lens coating for advanced abrasion resistance
- 3rd generation oxygen-purged and argon / krypton-filled for decades of 100% waterproof, fogproof and shockproof performance
- Finger-adjustable 1/4 MOA click windage and elevation adjustments
- Ballistic Aiming System
- EFR adjustable objective
- Power selector ring with tactile indicator for easy adjustments even with gloves on
- Fast-focus eyepiece with low-profile lock ring
- 3:1 zoom ratio
- 1" monotube. Includes lens covers.
- Magnification: 6.5-20X
- Finish: Matte
- Reticle: LRV Duplex
- Obj. Diameter: 40mm
- Eye Relief: 5.0-3.7"
- Length: 14.4"
- Wt.: 17 ozs.
- F.O.V. @ 100 yds.: 14.3-5.6 ft.
Leupold VX-3 6.5-20x40mm Varmint Hunters Scope is rated out of 5 by 6.Rated 5 out of 5 by JClaus from Dont just think about it, buy it. Don't worry about paying more for a Leupold scope than you do for a rifle, it will last more than a lifetime and fit on the best guns too. I was never sorry for purchasing this scope about 25 years ago. When you buy yours, be sure to use Leupold scope mounts too.Date published: 2016-10-16Rated 5 out of 5 by Grawberger from Love it Best scope I've owned by far great scope for those long shots and the adjustments to focus is amazing I don't recommend for Bush hunting lol but field thumbs up lolDate published: 2016-09-26Rated 5 out of 5 by Wyatt Garvin from Crystal clear scope/ great in low light I borrowed a friend's rifle with this scope after complaining about the scope on my gun. My scope was fine during the day however, when the sun was beginning to rise or set, you could drop being able to see out of it. That's where Leupold came in and destroyed every scope I've had experience with. For the price, you will not beat the quality of a Leupold VX-3. The scope performs all of time time- rain, shine, daybreak or during those last few moments of the day prior to sunset. I was beyond impressed and plan to purchase a Leupold scope very soon. Awesome product, ladies and gentlemen.Date published: 2016-09-13Rated 5 out of 5 by Will H from VX-2 6.5-20 replaced by VX-3 6.5-20 I bought a VX2 6.5-20 and used it for everything from target shooting to hunting. The scope performed flawlessly for over 35years. I had it on multiple rifles, just last year i had problems with it not wanting to repeat. I sent it in for repair and to my surprise it was replaced with the newer model VX-3 6.5-20 no questions asked. With a warranty like that it's no wonder own so many of their products.Date published: 2016-09-12Rated 5 out of 5 by kcssjahrens from Excellent Clarity I have several Leupolds and all have the best clarity and adjustable objectives are the best.Date published: 2016-09-06Rated 5 out of 5 by Thom from Not for the lazy hunter I bought two of these scopes in the 1980's for two Sako rifles in 7mm mag and .300 Wetherby Mag. I have hunted with both until the 7 mag was stolen from my home about ten years ago. Both the rifles and the scopes have been excellent. They don't ever miss, only the shooter does. The work part of their use is constantly adjusting for the current conditions. As I move through the mountains, usually Colorado, New Mexico or the Texas Hill Country, I leave the power setting on 6.5 and continuously adjust the parallax for the anticipated distance. I get almost constant criticism for using a "target" scope for hunting with most of the comments being about one's inability to hold such a scope "steady." My response is that no one can hold any scope "steady" in hunting conditions; the lower the magnification, the less you will notice the movement of the crosshairs. I find that with the higher magnification the movement of the reticles is over a smaller portion of the target and thus, my accuracy increases. The high power scopes work for me and that is all that matters. Thanks for such a clear and accurate product. Almost all my scopes are Leupold (I have some "used" rifles that had scopes on them and I left them on if they were on target). Never found anything better at any price.Date published: 2016-05-31
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