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Leupold 3.5-25x56 35mm, .10 mil, 10 mils per rev, 20 mils total, Horus reticle
 
Notice the location of the illumination (S&B like).
 
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Looks beefy.
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Probably will retail for the smokin' deal of $8,000
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I would like to see more of this one.
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I am interested in hearing more about this scope,  not a fan of over busy reticles or milliradian adjustments though.

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Should retail at 4k. The illumination "may" be relocated on top of the parallax. I was told it could be availabe in 8 months but you know how hose things work.
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I just read the announcement yesterday and it was either MSRP $34xx.xx or $38xx.xx.  It was not over $4k, that i do remember.
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Originally posted by topbrass topbrass wrote:

I just read the announcement yesterday and it was either MSRP $34xx.xx or $38xx.xx.  It was not over $4k, that i do remember.
 
Do you have a link to the announcement?
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$3400-3800 puts it in Hensoldt territory and beyond Premier.

That thing better freak'in spectacular, which I highly doubt.

Many will sell on name, Leupold sell them to the gubmint at 1/3 of the retail, so the mall ninjas and secret squirrel types will "know" it is the best since the government buys them.
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Except for special forces who fortunately have some very powerful support, the "government" buys "adequate"...  almost never, "exceptional" or "best"...
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Could be an awesome scope RC and KB!  Maybe they'll put some shine back on the gold ring!

You never know ...


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OOPS!  My bad!  I just found it in an article I read last night. 
 
Not the subject scope but looks identical except smaller objective.
 
I was recalling an article in the March Shooting Times "Leupold is Army Strong."  It is about the Mark 4 6.5-20x 50mm ER/T M5 Locking Adjustment Riflescope being fielded on the new XM-2010 sniper rifle.
 
34mm tube
0.1 milrad
20 milrad elev and wind
30.9oz
14.5"
$3875
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