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Leupold VX-II 3-9x33mm Ultralight EFR Rifle Scope - 58520 Riflescope
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Have tried this and the same model without " EFR ". There is an adjustment ring that will allow for parallax correction at different calibrated dista...
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Leupold on an airgun

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on February 27, 2011
Putting a scope on a spring airgun is normally a death sentence....even on the mild mannered ones. On a magnum it is like playing Polish Roulette. Even if the scope isn't destroyed, it won't hold zero....in time.

This is my second Leupold, my first Leupold for an airgun. I have wasted so much money on other scopes on springers, I wanted to see if a Leupold would hold zero.

So far it has, but ask me two years from now.


Pros: one of the few scopes that holds up.....I hope
Cons: I didn't buy one sooner.....it's expensive...
Would recommend: Yes
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Leupold VX-II 3-9x33 EFR

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on September 10, 2010
This rifle scope is simply an outstanding performer, and is one of few that provides an adjustable objective on a small, light scope that functions very nicely on rimfire rifles. Leupold's warranty and widely-recognized quality are also very significant considerations for purchasing this scope.
Pros: Excellent product in all respects
Cons: none...
Would recommend: Yes
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Leupold VX-II 309x33mm Ultralight EFR Rifle Scope

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, CA Written on August 7, 2010
Just the ticket for my .17HMR rifle. EFR is in meters instead of yards which requires me to do an extra translation to adjust it. Expensive and worth it.
Pros: High Quality
Cons: EFR in meters instead of yards...
Would recommend: Yes
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Ultralight Scope EFR or NOT ?

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on August 2, 2008
Have tried this and the same model without " EFR ".
There is an adjustment ring that will allow for parallax correction at different calibrated distances.
The downside is that if you forget to set it for the correct distance your target will be slightly off.
So it can be your best friend or worst enemy !
Mounted these on Kimber Montana's ( .325 WSM ) and Sako Quads to keep the weight and profile down.
For close shots this version ( With EFR) will allow bullet holes to be clearly seen at 10 yards or so.
Without " EFR " close focus is somewhat fuzzy but still useable.
So what's the bottom line ?
If you can remember to adjust the distance you get superior results.
Should you be prone to forget, the simpler version or a fixed scope might be better.

Pros: Light, clear, rugged, reduced parallax error, close focus
Cons: Must correctly adjust for parallax...
Would recommend: Yes
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