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Leapers 5th Gen 6-24x50 Full Size A.O. Range Estimating Mil-Dot Red/Green Zero Locking/Resetting Scope
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Most Helpful Positive Review shootaholic
put this scope on 300 weatherby mag stayed on zero after 40 rounds at 200yd...
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Most Helpful Negative Review Makes a 1 moa rifle a 6 moa rifle
First off, to adjust the turrets requires and allen wrench, anything above ...
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Outstanding

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, AK Written on November 21, 2011
I may be going out on a limb giving this glass 5 stars, but I am downright impressed. The optical clearity, the red/ grn reticle illumination, the so far solid as a brick s@$thouse build, all for under $150.00... Really! I had spent the week prior looking at a cpl of pieces of glass from makers of 1200.00 + scopes, and this just felt just as good, looked just as good. It's going on a souped up Rem 308win, and i cant wait to run it through its paces. I will deff throw any new info this way when i accomplish this tasker, and I'm looking forward to see how well it functions in sub zero temps.
SSG D.V
US Army
Pros: broader Mil Dot spectrum, Good Reticle Illumination, great clearity, has the heft and solid feel of scopes costing well over $1000.00
Cons: Needing to ensure you have an allen wrench for the turret locking feature, but no big deal to have one in the Magpul MIAD grip...
Would recommend: Yes
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Makes a 1 moa rifle a 6 moa rifle

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, CO Written on July 10, 2011
First off, to adjust the turrets requires and allen wrench, anything above 14 power is very blurry. I took a vari x 2 6x18x40 off of a vtr 22-250, this gun shot easy 1 moa (i took it off because I bought a lapua and needed it there till I can afford a night force) Shots all over the place best group was 6 inches @ 100 yds. (6 moa). Put it on a .22 and it does ok 1 inch at 25 but its a .22! Don't buy it just save your money.

Pros: Cheap...you get what you pay for.
Cons: Cheap...you get what you pay for....
Would recommend: No
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very pleased

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, LA Written on March 7, 2011
i was skeptical, but now i am a believer! this scope is more than i expected and hope that nothing happens to change my mind.
Pros: great clarity, great price, sub 1/4 inch groups at 100 yards
Cons: placement of reticle illumination knob...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great Scope with only one flaw

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, IA Written on March 2, 2011
I think this is a great scope. It is clear, powerful, the mil-dot is 16 dots instead of the standard 12. It is great for its purpose and is very accurate.

The only complaint is that, with the left side adjustment being for the illumination, the focus is at the front end of the scope. So, if you have the very nice included flip-up covers on, you have to take the front one of in order to do any significant level of focusing. It can still do fine tuning without issue, but it is a problem if you are shooting at many different ranges over a short period of time.

Overall, I really like the scope and I have learned to adapt to the shortcomings. It certainly has the best reticle I have found. Just make sure you put on medium rings because the 50mm lens won't fit on most short rings.
Pros: High Power and selectable reticle illumination
Cons: Focus set-up...
Would recommend: Yes
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Pretty good for the money

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, MT Written on July 26, 2010
This is a good scope for the money. Within 100-200 yards it is very good. Past about 200 yds I wanted more magnification. Still a very good scope. Illuminated reticle seems to work well.
Pros: Sharp optics
Cons: Not good for extra long range hunting...
Would recommend: Yes
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shootaholic

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, PA Written on March 20, 2010
put this scope on 300 weatherby mag stayed on zero after 40 rounds at 200yds exceded my expectations great scope great service great price
Pros: good scope at great price
Cons: non...
Would recommend: Yes
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Good Deal

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, TX Written on February 25, 2010
I put the scope on a custom 10-22 the first problem was the alen wrnech supplied would not fit the windage adjustment after playing with it for a while was able to adjust it, after sighting it in the green illuminating quit working the red works fine replaced the batteries and still green does not work, after sighting in the scope I have been to the range 4 time and fired 300+ rounds of .22 and it has held its accuracy took it to the 100yd range adjusted it then took it back to the 50yd and tried the 0 resetting and it worked flawless hitting 3 of the 4 1/8 in sized red diamonds on the "shoot n see" I would recomend this scope for the price and accuracy it is a good deal
Pros: Clear and zero resetting is nice
Cons: green dosent work...
Would recommend: Yes
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Leapers is a great buy

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, AR Written on January 6, 2009
Are there better scopes? Sure, I have a $300 Nikon that is just a little clearer, but not as powerful. So is it worth it to spend 3X more? Not to me, I wish I could return the Nikon and keep that extra $200....
Would recommend: Yes
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Leapers Riflescope SCP-6245AOMDLTS

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, CT Written on February 5, 2008
Great scope with outstanding brightness and clarity at 24 x.
Dimensions given in metric units, Weitht in metric units. Dificult to compare to inches and weight in ounces.
Pros: Bright clear image on zooming scope
Cons: dimensions given in metric length/weight ...
Would recommend: Yes
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