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I'm looking into a Leupold tactical scope, probably the PR series. I am curious as to how the target knobs are, all the ones I see have the covers on them. How are they compared to the M3 or M1 knobs? Do they have set screws so you can slip them once you zero? Thanks!
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They are known as the "7/8th" knob due to the dimentions.

They are attached to the shaft by three .050" set screws, yes you can zero them.

They have a narrow knurled area around the top, no fingerlets like the M knobs.  Given the petite dimentions, they are more of a target style knob than one fitted to a military or "sniper" scope.  In fact, it is the same target knob fitted to the VX series.

The following link to a TTC knob will show you the dimentions, same form factor.

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