"Lady Leupold" Riflescopes for Breast Cancer Awareness

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posted on October 19, 2018
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Leupold & Stevens, Inc., has a limited quantity of “Lady Leupold” scopes available exclusively through the Leupold Custom Shop this October, with all proceeds from the sales being donated directly to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. 

The “Lady Leupold” scopes are classic Leupold VX-1 3-9x40mm riflescopes that feature a custom pink ring, among other aesthetic changes. Like all of Leupold's VX-1 riflescopes, the "Lady Leupold" variants feature a one-inch maintube, a versatile 3:1 zoom ratio erector system, a generous eyebox, a multi-coat 4 lens system.

“Each and every day cancer impacts countless families across the globe,” said Michael Wunnicke, director of marketing for Leupold & Stevens, Inc. “October serves as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and it’s also a reminder that there’s always more to be done to support the National Breast Cancer Foundation and other groups like it that are actively seeking a cure. We’re proud to contribute to the cause in any way that we can.”

Orders can be placed directly through the Leupold Custom Shop by calling 1-888-629-4811 or by emailing [email protected]. MSRP $200. Available while supplies last.

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