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Leupold VXR Scope 4-12x40mm, Ballistic FireDot Reticle

MSRP: $909.99


A versatile, lightweight riflescope with Leupold’s illuminated FireDot reticle.

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This Leupold VX R is legendary Index Matched Lens System combines with edge-blackened lead free lenses for astonishing clarity and light transmission, while the extreme fast-focus eyepiece ensures optimal diopter adjustment in the field. The 30mm maintube and finger-click adjustments assure maximum adjustment precision, while the second generation waterproofing resists the effects of thermal shock much more efficiently than standard nitrogen.


– Quantum Optical System
– Index Matched Lens Coatings
– DiamondCoat
– 2nd Generation Argon/Krypton Waterproofing
– Lead Free
– Generous Eyebox
– FireDot Illumination
– Blackened Lens Edges
– Twin Bias Spring Erector System
– One Turn, Extended Range Focus
– 3:1 Zoom Ratio
– CDS (Custom Dial System)
– MST (Motion Sensor Technology)
– 1 CM per click Finger adjustments
– Extended Battery Life
– Tactile Power Selector


– Magnification: 4-12x
– Objective Diameter: 40mm
– Main Tube Diameter: 30mm
– Reticle: Ballistic FireDot
– Linear Field of View: 21.5 ft – 10.0 ft at 100 Yards
– Eye Relief: 4.9″ – 3.7″
– Objective Clear Aperture: 1.6″
– Objective Clear Aperture: 40.0 mm
– Elevation/Windage Adjustment Range: 75 MOA
– Length: 12.40″
– Weight: 14.6 oz
– Finish: Matte Black

Additional information

Weight1.45 lbs
Dimensions14 × 3.375 × 2.875 in

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Manufacturer's SKU: 111240

SKU: 61902

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WARNING: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer. Also, drinking water and breathing heavily has been known to cause cancer by the state of California.

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