Leupold Extends the VX6 Scope Line

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posted on January 23, 2013
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Leupold unveils the latest addition to its VX6 line. The VX6 is now offered in 3-18x44 mm and 3-18x50 mm. One of the scopes is illuminated, the other is not, and all of the scopes come with a side-focus dial. The VX6's also include extended twilight lens coatings and scratch resistant lenses. Every scope comes with free CDS through the custom shop. Taking all of the ballistic data, one simply calls the shop and they will run you a dial in 50 yard increments out to about 800 yards.

For more information about the new VX6 scopes visit Leupold.com.

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