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Leupold Mark 4

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Last Updated: 10 October 2020

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Leupold Mark 4 rifle Scopes come in many different varieties, but all of them combine high durability, rugged construction with powerful, clear optics for rifle Scope that can go anywhere and shoot anything. Long - Range target shooters love LR / T line, Long Range / Tactical breed of Mark 4 rifle Scope. These Leupold riflescopes are absolutely waterproof and ideal for tactical shooters and hunters. The Leupold Mark 4 series also includes an ER / T line of Scopes, designed for M1 and M5 Long - Range rifles. A wide range of windage and elevation adjustments compliment mil base adjustments and reticles on this Mark IV rifle Scope, letting you make precise adjustments for the most accurate possible shot. Another breed of Leupold Mark IV Scopes is MR / T Scope, built for medium range engagements with AR style weapons, SCAR - H, and many other Tactical firearms. Finally, Leupold also offers CQ / T rifle Scope in Mark 4 line, clever blending of 1x red dot sight and 3x rifle Scope. The laser reticle of CQ / T is always visible, and it's great for shooters who need to quickly switch back and forth from close to long range. Whether you 'll be taking your rifle on battlefield, to range, or up tree stand, Leupold Mark 4 Riflescope will give you an accurate shot every time.

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ER/T vs LR/T

ER/T vs LR/T

ER/T OverviewER/T 4.5-14x50LR/T 6.5-20 x 50mmLR/T Overview
First Focal Plane Reticles 50mm Objectives Horus Reticles AvailableIlluminated Models Avail. Fixed Powered Options 30mm Main Tubes
ER/T OptionsER/T 8.5-25 x 50mmLR/T 10 x 40mmLR/T Options
4.5-14 x 50mm 6.5-20 x 50mm (34mm tube) 6.5-20 x 50mm 8.5-25 x 50mm3.5-10 x 40mm 4.5-14 x 40mm (Target) 4.5-14 x 50mm 6.5-20 x 50mm 8.5-25 x 50mm 10 x 40mm 16 x 40mm

When you first pick scope up you realize how well it is build. Turret clicks nice and clean, giving audible and tactile feedback. The magnification ring moves smoothly, but not loosely, important distinction. The fit and finish are immaculate. The scope is also quite massive, as you imagine long range scope to be. Mark 4 with a magnification range of 8. 5 to 25 and 50mm objective lens weigh 22. 5 ounces and is 14. 5 inches long. There are smaller Mark 4s with different magnification levels and objective diameters which will vary in length and weight. This weight and size is not a disadvantage when you remember this scope is designed for long range, tactical shooting. In these scenarios, operator is going to rest weapon on sandbag, wall, car hood, and, most likely, rifle is going to be outfitted with a set of bipods. There are many people out there who attempt long - range shots off hand, and there are even fewer people who would hit such shot. Mark 4 has a nice illumination system for those who need a little extra help to see their reticle. I try it in varying light conditions, both indoors and out and find it very well do. Illuminated reticles can go wrong in a number of different ways. First and foremost is washout, causing reticles to appear blurry. Not an issue here, reticle stays nice and tight through different levels of illumination, and at all light conditions. Another issue is illumination can cause some eye discomfort, With this optic I only find that possible in pitch black room with illumination set on high. Looking through the scope, you do get a nice bright picture that goes on for miles it seem. No doubt product of high - quality glass and Leupolds multicoat four. Your high definition picture will decrease a bit as you get up to high magnification levels. This is something that will plague all high - powered scopes, and as far as I know, there isnt solution. That being said, even at 25 power you can clearly see what youre looking at. This intense level of power is often used in tactical scopes being used at 600 yards, which seems short for a 25 power optic.S However, this high power eliminates the need for spotting scope at 600 yards. It can certainly be used at further distances, but most tactical scenarios are going to be well within 600 yards.

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