Leupold released a new series of rifle scopes, the VX-5HD that are designed for hunting. These scopes are designed to enable the self-sufficient hunter to push them and their gear to go after bigger challenges and hunts.
The VX-5HD series is placed between Leupold’s VX-6HD and VX-3i series. The tube is sized at 30 mm for all scopes in the series. The VX-5HD series is available in 1-5x24mm, 2-10x42mm, 3-15x56mm, 4-20x52mm, as well as a 7-35x56mm. The reticle choices range from Duplex to FireDot4, Wind-Plex, Impact-29 MOA to Boone and Crockett Big Game. A variety of these reticles are also available as an illuminating choice.
The scopes feature a 5x erector assembly. With the VX-3i series sporting a 3x and the VX-6HD offering a 6x, the VX-5HD is squarely positioned in between those two series.
Some scopes in the lineup also offer the CDS-ZL2 adjustments by Leupold. These provide a secure locking dial. They also allow a shooter to calibrate the scope to the rifle and load through the Custom Dial System technology by Leupold. The CDS-ZL2 allows you to precisely set the scope to your ballistics by allowing two complete revolutions of the dial.
The VX-5HD scopes have Leupold’s Twilight Max Light Management System. This delivers high-definition performance for a clear and crisp image across a variety of light surroundings. From the first light in the morning to the last light at night the scopes are designed to provide an HD image for the hunter.
You can find more information on the VX-5HD or check them out at Amazon.
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