Ultralight? scopes weigh up to 26% less than their full-size counterparts. And because they are packed with so many Leupold-exclusive features, the scales are always tipped in your favor. there. Leupold pioneered waterproofing technology to keep your Ultralight fog free, even in the most extreme conditions. VX-2 models feature an exclusive Argon/Krypton gas blend, while FX-II models use bone-dry nitrogen. VX-2 models feature dial in precision accuracy with 1/4-MOA finger click adjustments. FX-II models use 1/4-MOA field (coin) click adjustments. VX-2 Ultralight models feature our revolutionary Quantum Optical System with Index Matched lens coatings and blackened edges for impeccable light transmission (up to 94%) and management. Also features DiamondCoat or the utmost in scratch resistance. FX-II models carry the proprietary Multicoat 4 lens coatings, boasting
|Option||Barcode||Manufacturer's Part Number||Vendor Number|
|Matte Black / 11.3 in / 110819 / 9.3 oz.||030317108199||110819||BRS-0603-1690|
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I'm really glad about that scope. Easy to install and to ajust. Very clear. I recommand it.
I bought this little scope a few months ago for a little Ruger 10/22 intenational I built . It is not the lightest weight configuration but still, I was wanting to keep weight down . The scope looks trim and classy on the rifle and performs as expected of a Leupold, By the way I got my first Leupold back in 1963 when shopping for a scope for a Winchester Mod 70 featherweight my father had gotten me for high school graduation, I had planned on a Weaver K4 until the dealer handed me a Leupold 4x.
For hunting anything from coyotes to large game, it can't be beat. Compact, lightweight, and good glass. I have tried the bigger higher magnification scopes but you don't need all the size and weight and adjustability when you are hunting. And the 7 power is enough for range work. If you want only a dedicated range/small varmint gun scope then buy a bigger scope.
For my kind of hunting in NW dim wet weather, I prefer a brighter and wider field of view in a hunting scope.