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Posted: 11/29/2002 10:08:39 PM EST
I am looking for a nice scope for target and varmints. I was referred to this one. It looks nice. Has anyone heard of it or have any opinions about it?

Here is some info I found on it:
1,000 yard programmable ballistic cam. Fast-focus, diopter adjustable eye-pieces – 14 layer multi-coated lenses. 1/8 inch elevation and windage adjustments – One inch nitrogen filled tube. Shock proof, water proof & fog proof. Multi-coated lenses. Limited Lifetime Warranty 3.5-10x50mm -$298.00
4-12x50mm -$338.00
6-18x50mm -$367.00
6.5-20x50mm -$374.00.

Tell me what ya think.
Link Posted: 11/29/2002 10:14:15 PM EST
Excellent optic, the clarity rivals some of the best on the market. no fuzziness around the edge of the glass either. The BDC can be set per range and set to the specific drop of your bullet. SWFA has good deal on them right now and it is a great buy for the price.
Link Posted: 11/30/2002 3:00:24 PM EST
My main concern would be its' durability for field use; that elevation dial looks a little fragile.
Link Posted: 12/3/2002 2:36:15 PM EST
BTT, I am still looking for some input on this scope. Anyone?
Link Posted: 12/27/2002 12:07:43 PM EST
I am still in the market for a scope and I have only had input from 1 person on this (thanks SMGLee). Has anyone had any experience with it or just some general thoughts about it.
Link Posted: 12/27/2002 12:35:03 PM EST
Leatherwood stuff is top notch and has been for 30 plus years. Very successfull in Nam in the military (ART) automatic ranging telescopescope. Believe it or not, actually desighned by a Marine of all things:) Good Shootin, Jack
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