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Check out the latest gear from Leupold before the next hunting season starts.
We saw all of these optics at SHOT Show 2019, and knew you'd be eager to see them too. Leupold goes above and beyond when it comes to research and development, plus the craftsmanship that goes into their optics is second to none.
The latest addition to the Mark 5HD Rifle Scope line has new MOA adjustments and reticles, a 7-35 magnification, plus visual and tactile windage adjustments. That means if you're in low light situations or unable to set your eyes on the indicators, you're still going to be confident in your clicks.
Leupold has entered the rangefinding binocular market before, but it's been several years since releasing a new one. The timing's perfect. A pair of RBX-3000 Rangefinding Binoculars can detect reflective targets up to 3,000 yards. It utilizes a unique scan mode and includes an on-board atmospheric sensor. Basically, if you miss after calculating a shot with this thing, it's your fault.
Get your hands on a LTO Tracker 2 HD Thermal Imager and tracking a downed deer is going to become a whole lot easier. The Tracker's Beacon Mode recalibrates the thermal image for increased detection and clarity. On a hot day, when sunlit rocks or other objects can reach high temps, the Beacon Mode will still be able to decipher what you need it to.
The new Freedom Red Dot Sight comes with 1/4-MOA click adjustments, or you can opt for a custom BDC elevation turret that's pre-cut for .223 Rem. This makes it an ideal choice as an optic for your favorite MSR.
Finally, the BX-2 Alpine Binoculars are an especially value-priced, lightweight set of glasses with features usually reserved for high-end models.
It's always worth mentioning that all Leupold products are made in America, and most of these new items are already available or coming soon.
Which ones caught your eye?