Leupold VX-6

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posted on January 14, 2014
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Featuring what the company is calling unsurpassed light transmission, uncompromising mechanical performance and unbeatable optical clarity, Leupold's new VX-6 is designed to be a top-of-the-line riflescope.

A powerful 6:1 zoom ratio and crystal clear image from edge to edge throughout the entire magnification range help ensure that even the farthest targets seem reachable.

VX-6 Features:

• Quantum Optical System
• Xtended Twilight Lens System
• DiamondCoat 2
• 2nd Generation Argon/Krypton Waterproofing
• Lead Free
• Generous Eyebox
• FireDot Illumination
• Pop-Up Rezero Adjustments
• Blackened Lens Edges
• Twin Bias Spring Erector System
• Extreme Fast-Focus Eyepiece
• CDS (Custom Dial System)
• Ballistic Aiming System
• Motion Sensor Technology
• Extended Battery Life
• Side Focus

You can learn more about the VX-6 with the video below.

For more information, go to Leupold.com.

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