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MTAC 1-4x24, $399.95

MTAC 1-4x24 w/Fastfire, $599.95

MTAC 1.5-6x40, $399.95

MTAC 3.5-10x42, $449.95

MTAC 4.5-14x42, $549.95

MTAX 6.5-20x50, $699.95

Bushnell

Elite Tactical

Elite Tactical 1-6.5x24 Matte 30mm, Illum BTR-2, FFP - $1,398.95

Elite Tactical 1-6.5x24 Matte 30mm, Illum BTR-1, FFP - $1,398.95

Elite Tactical 1-6.5x24 Matte 30mm, Illum BTR-1, SFP - $1,398.95

Elite Tactical 1-6.5x24 Matte 30mm, Illum BTR-2, SFP - $1,398.95

Elite Tactical 3-12x44 FFP Illum BRT-Mil - $898.95

Elite Tactical 3-12x44 FFP G2 DMR - $998.95

Elite Tactical 3.5-21x50 Matte 34mm, G2DMR , .1 Mil - $1,298.95

Elite Tactical 3.5-21x50 Matte 34mm, Mil Dot - $1298.95

Elite Tactical 6-24x50 FFP Illum BRT-Mil - $998.95

Elite Tactical 6-24x50 FFP G2 DMR - $1,098.95

 

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Compact 3.25x Magnifier w/Diopter

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VX-I entire line replaced by VX-1

VX-II entire line replaced by VX-2

VX-6

VX-6 1-6x24mm (30mm) CDS, Matte, (Duplex, German #4 Dot, Illum. Duplex, Illum. German #4 Dot, Illum. Circle Dot, $799.95 - $899.95

VX-6 2-12x42mm (30mm) CDS, Matte, (Duplex, Boone & Crockett, Illum. Duplex, Illum. LR Duplex, Illum. German #4 Dot), $899.95 - $999.95

VX-6 3-18x44mm (30mm) Side Focus CDS, Matte, (Fine Duplex, Illum. Duplex, Illum. Boone & Crockett), $999.95 - $1,099.95

VX-6 3-18x50mm (30mm) Side Focus CDS, Matte, (Fine Duplex, Illum. Duplex, Illum. Boone & Crockett, Illum. German #4 Dot), $1,099.95 - $1,199.95

VX-6 4-24x52mm (34mm) Side Focus CDS, Matte, (Fine Duplex, Illum. Boone & Crockett, Illum. Varmint Hunters), $1,299.95 - $1,399.95

Mark 6

Mark 6 1-6x20mm (34mm) 7.62 M6C1, Matte, Illum. Front Focal CMR-W, $1,949.95

Mark 6 1-6x20mm (34mm) 5.56 M6C1, Matte, Illum. Front Focal CMR-W, $1,949.95

Mark 6 1-6x20mm (34mm) M6C1, Matte, lllum. Front Focal TMR, $1,949.95

Mark 6 3-18x44mm (34mm) M5B2, Matte, Front Focal CMR-W, $2,199.95

Mark 6

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I wonder why the Mark 6 scope has a 20mm objective lens.  I thought this would be based on the VX-6 1-6x24 model.

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Originally posted by koshkin koshkin wrote:

I wonder why the Mark 6 scope has a 20mm objective lens.  I thought this would be based on the VX-6 1-6x24 model.

ILya
 
Could be a typo, this is the first released price list and they typically have several revisions.
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I dont suppose you could convince Leupold  to start putting a more useful reticle in the  FX3 6x42 Competition Hunter the thin crosshair with target dot just doesnt cut it for the hunting end of the scope while it is probably ideal for  competition its not great for hunting where the long range duplex would be a sweet choice with target knobs.  I kind of like the FX II fixed 8x  SWFA exclusive model and I may have to get one of those but the FX3 glass is noticably better than FX II
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Leupold 6x42 FX-3 Competition Hunter Riflescope Target Dot Leupold 6x42Thunbs Up FX-3Thunbs Up Competition Hunter Riflescope
Stock # - LEU66825
$469.95 
Leupold 8x40 FX-II Riflescope Leupold 8x40 FX-II Riflescope
Stock # - LEU001840

 

$379.95 


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: December/15/2011 at 13:08
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2012 will be a banner year for new and exciting optics.  Party

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And the list of Items in the SS Line to be introduced at shot?????
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The Bushnell 3.5-21 has an interesting mag range.
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Originally posted by biggreen747 biggreen747 wrote:

And the list of Items in the SS Line to be introduced at shot?????
 
That's the question of the year right there!
 
Does the fat lady have her pipes warmed up yet?  She can start singing at any time.
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Originally posted by biggreen747 biggreen747 wrote:

And the list of Items in the SS Line to be introduced at shot?????
 
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Whats the deal with Luepold?  They keep doing this and it makes more and more confusing everytime they upgrade a model. 
 
vari-xII->VXII->VX-2
vari-xIII->VXIII->VX-3
 
It makes buying a scope on line confusing, especially used ones.  You don't know what you are actually getting until you open the box.  I know this won't happen at swfa but there will be online dealers that are going to adverise VXII's as VX2's and allot of people are not going to realize they paid the new price for the old model.  I'm just saying this because I saw it happen when the XV-3's came out.


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Originally posted by Chris Farris Chris Farris wrote:

Leupold Mark 6 
Mark 6 3-18x44mm (34mm) M5B2, Matte, Front Focal TREMOR 2, $2,549.95
 
For those who keep hearing about the TREMOR 2 reticle and it sounds promising here is a look.
Pretty thin posts on low power IMO. Other than that looks like a pretty promising scope from Leupold.
BUT....... I will stick to my 5-20!!! Yippee
 
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thats a busy busy reticle.
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Looks like a landing strip displayed on a HUD in IOR conditions...
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OK.  This I do not quite get.  I have been a very open critic of a lot of things Leupold does (and how they market their tactical scope is one of them), but being so pissed at them doe snot make much sense to me.  If you do not like what they have got to offer, do not buy their products.

As far as the Tremor reticle goes, while complicated, it does have it uses and I suspect it is targeted at people who can figure that use out.

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It's a little busy, but not too bad... I happen to like the HUD concept... 
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There is a use for the reticle. Maybe it does not seem practical for your use in a riflescope. This style reticle has been extremely popular with many competition shooters. Bushnell has Horus style reticles in there new scopes along with many others and they are making a big splash in the market.

I am by no means a pro but from my position I see the demand that many shooters have. The price tag is a bit much but it not the craziest thing I have seen in my short time in the market.

Only time will tell how this line goes.
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"Mark 6 1-6x20mm (34mm) 5.56 M6C1, Matte, Illum. Front Focal CMR-W, "

When will the Mark 6 be available? Also, is "CMR-W" CM-R2 in sausage finger?



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It's hard to say, Leupold has yet to disclose dates when they will be released.
 
As for the part of your question, I'm not sure. Wink
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Any price or delivery estimate on the Trijicon SRS?
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That new Vortex PST 2.5-10x32 FFP looks interesting.  Can't wait to see the specs. as far as weight and length.  Could be a nice FFP hunting scope.  Only draw back is that I doubt I can wait until fall to buy some new glass.  Still, looking foward to the reviews of this one.
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Originally posted by FireEMT5 FireEMT5 wrote:

That new Vortex PST 2.5-10x32 FFP looks interesting.  Can't wait to see the specs. as far as weight and length.  Could be a nice FFP hunting scope.  Only draw back is that I doubt I can wait until fall to buy some new glass.  Still, looking foward to the reviews of this one.

That is indeed an interesting scope and right up my alley, so to speak.  Also, it will likely have no direct competition to speak of.  I'll have to take a close look.

ILya
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