Leupold announced new reticle options for their popular Mark 6 and Mark 8 riflescope lines.
The Mark 6 can now be purchased with the non-illuminated Leupold Tactical Milling Reticle (TMR) on the 3-18x44mm M5C2 model. This new option consists of a tested and proven reticle.
It has a number of differently sized and spaced hash marks on the vertical and horizontal stadia which improve on the typical Mil-Dot reticle. These marks are integrated for improved accuracy, enhanced ranging precision and reference points for quick one-meter range estimations.
Another new reticle version on the Mark 6 3-18x44mm M5C2 model is the Tremor 3 reticle. It comes in illuminated and non-illuminated versions. The Tremor 3 is a Mil based, very fine reticle with Christmas-tree style lines. It features tics in a grid layout for ranging, elevation, size, and wind hold estimations.
The Mark 8 model now has three new reticle choices on the 3.5-25x56mm scope. Similar to Mark 6 you can now get a Tremor 3 illuminated option. In addition to that Leupold also offers H59 and TMR reticles. Both of these options are also illuminated.
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