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Leupold Mark 8 CQBSS M5B1 1.1 - 8 x 24 Front Focal Riflescope

Leupold Mark 8 CQBSS M5B1 1.1 - 8 x 24 Front Focal Riflescope is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 3.
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SKU: 107273092 Item: 114921
Leupold The Leupold Mark 8 CQBSS M5B1 1.1 - 8 x 24 Front Focal Riflescope features a DiamondCoat 2™ ion-assist exterior lens coating and the IM Lens System. Leupold Mark 8 CQBSS M5B1 1.1 - 8 x 24 Front Focal Riflescope
107273092 2999.99 USD

$2,999.99

Select Color: Black
Select Pattern: Matte
Select Objective Size: 24mm

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Take aim with the Leupold Mark 8 CQBSS M5B1 1.1 - 8 x 24 Front Focal Riflescope. Featuring fog-proof and waterproof construction, this scope has multicoated optics with a DiamondCoat 2™ ion-assist exterior lens coating that offers high light transmission and abrasion resistance. The Index Matched Lens System helps eliminate reflections and maximize light transmission. Illuminated Mil-Dot reticle.

Features and Benefits
  • Multicoated optics with a DiamondCoat 2™ ion-assist exterior lens coating offer high light transmission and abrasion resistance
  • Index Matched Lens System helps eliminate reflections and maximize light transmission for brightness and sharp resolution across the visual field
  • Fast-focus eyepiece helps ensure a generous eyebox
  • Fog proof and waterproof for lasting use
  • Auto-locking pinch-and-turn adjustments let you fine-tune your point of impact while preventing accidental movement
  • Front focal plane design magnifies the reticle along with the image for accurate range estimates
  • BDC dial allows you to bypass the zero stop to help make zeroing simple
  • Tactile power selector
  • Illuminated Mil-Dot reticle offers accurate range estimating and compensating
  • Alumina® threaded lens covers
Specifications
  • Manufacturer warranty - general: Lifetime limited
  • Manufacturer warranty - parts: 2 years (electronics)
  • Objective lens diameter (mm): 24
  • Field of view (ft.): 92 - 14.7 at 100 yards
  • Exit pupil (mm): 21.8 - 3
  • Eye relief (in.): 3.7 - 3.3
  • Reticle: Illuminated Mil-Dot
  • Water resistance: Waterproof
  • Fog proof: Yes
  • Tube diameter (in.): 1.3
  • Product length (in.): 11.75
  • Product weight (oz.): 23.2
What's in the Box
  • Leupold Mark 8 CQBSS M5B1 1.1 - 8 x 24 Front Focal Riflescope
  • Lens covers
Manuals and Rebates
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Battle Tested I used this optic (H59 version) exclusively throughout my recent tour down range and it preformed flawlessly.I purchased this on my own dime, as I was not satisfied with the ACOG, ELCAN, or EOTECH options that I had at work. M4: Though it is a touch heavy on an M4 gas gun, TGT acquisition was super fast while using the red dot, and doable in the event I didn't have time to turn it on. It really shined when I was shooting out past 300. You know its good when TM Mates are asking you to look on ridge lines to PID dudes- so much for the ACOG with doctor sight option. Durability: It maintained zero through multiple incidents (MAT-V door was closed on it twice), in addition to daily abuse on the range and on OPS in some seriously extreme conditions ranging from 30-135 degrees, rain, fog, and dust storms. The battery never failed me either and I often switched the optic between M4 5.56 and the SCAR Heavy. For those who are wondering, a MAT-V door weighs in excess of 800# constructed from solid steel. Tracking: While I was a Designated Marksman on the SCAR Heavy using 118LR ammunition, I was accurately engaging E-Type steel and "other" sized targets out to 800m+ with first round hits. Not too shabby for an 8 power and only possibly with top notch glass to discern the faint details. I also ran a ladder test, and it was spot on throughout the full spectrum. Glass quality: The glass is equal to Schmidt Bender PMII 5-25X56 we used on our bolt guns as far as clarity and brightness. Not trying to compare the 2, but its widely known that the PMII is the standard that all other scopes are measured too. It also performed well while calling winds and making corrections for the 300 win shooters. FFP is a must have. Functionality: The ocular power ring is sheer genius. While being a participant in a two way range I can attest to this. The pinch turret design that everyone complains about online- yea, I had no problems with it. Frankly speaking, im glad it has it. I had that warm and fuzzy feeling knowing its impossible for it to move. Its also handy when you forget your wrench while zeroing. You simply slip the rings later. Night Vision: Using NVG`s, it is possible to to turn the dot on the faintest setting and engage targets out to 300 with decent loom. Be forewarned, you catch some recoil in the face! Negative: Both the front and rear flip up lens covers were ripped off at some point during the initial OPS. The rear cover was cumbersome from day one, so NBD. I did appreciate the fact the were aluminium vs plastic though. Future Possibilities: I re-purposed this scope on my 338 WIN for dark timber elk rifle. After a quick zero, my friend made the longest shot of his life- first round hit: 737 yards on 18 inch steel plate. IMO, you can`t ask for a better Dark Timber Optic for out West. Illuminated day time reticle, 1-8 power, with the ability to dial up elevation for a ethical cross canyon shot.
Date published: 2016-12-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Incredible Scope! The scope is very robust with flawless fit and finish. It will hold up to a lifetime of use. The glass is fantastic without any distortion. At 1.1X magnification, the focus is crystal clear from the exit of the scope all the way to long distances. As you increase the magnification, the focus stays spot on at further distances. It truly is a CQBSS scope. The turrets are awesome with the squeeze the rotate and release to lock function. Makes for very quick and precise changes in elevation and windage. The large surface area of the magnification ring is a big plus for quick magnification changes without fiddling around. I have the M-TMR reticle. At 1.1X the larger outer crosshairs make for quick acquisition of targets close in. As you increase the magnification, the finer center crosshairs come to life for making accurate and precise shots out to far distances. The illumination is not daytime bright. This may be an issue for people who love red dots. However, given all the other features and functionality, it's truly a top shelf scope.
Date published: 2016-11-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from For long-range targets, this is worth every penny This scope gives me an advantage on long range targets and since I have some damage to my retina, the magnification and quality have helped me see things that used to be difficult to see. I use a CMR-W reticle, and the windage aiming points are helpful to me as well with my vision issues. Some people have told me this would be heavy for a competition rifle as a woman, but I don't finnd it heavy at all. You can only shoot what you can see, and this will help you see!
Date published: 2016-04-07
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