Leupold VX-Freedom 4-12x40mm T-MOA Scope

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$349.99
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The next generation of shooters deserves a new standard for quality and ruggedness in their riflescopes. With the VX®-Freedom™ you get best-in-class optics that produce a crisp, clear image with repeatable accuracy. It’s everything you’d expect from a Leupold - designed, machined, and assembled in our Oregon factory, tested to the same ruggedness standards as our top-tier riflescopes, and guaranteed for a lifetime of performance.
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 Features:
  • 3:1 Zoom Ratio
  • 1/4 MOA Finger Click
  • Waterproof & Fogproof
  • One inch Maintube
  • 6061-T6 Aircraft Quality Aluminum
  • Twilight Light Management System
  • Scratch Resistant Lenses
Specifications:
  • Weight (oz): 13.1
  • Linear FOV (ft/100 yd) - Low: 21.5
  • Linear FOV (ft/100 yd) - High: 10.0
  • Linear FOV (m/100 m) - Low: 7.17
  • Linear FOV (m/100 m) - High: 3.32
  • Eye Relief (in) - Low: 4.92
  • Eye Relief (in) - High: 3.74
  • Eye Relief (mm) - Low: 125
  • Eye Relief (mm) - High: 95
  • Weight (g): 371
  • Elevation Adjustment Range (MOA): 80
  • Elevation Adjustment Range (MIL): 23.3
  • Windage Adjustment Range (MOA): 80
  • Windage Adjustment Range (MIL): 23.3
  • Exit Pupil (mm) - High: 3.4

Customer Reviews

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All most got this scope in a 4x12x40mm
All most got this scope but i found a New VX2 4x12x40mm for just $50 more and as nice as the new Freedom line is I do not see a option for the Duplex reticle and for my new Remington 783 in 243 I wanted the sleek look of the VX2 and the 4x12x40mm with the duplex reticle. ...so i payed the extra $50
this is my 4th leupold and my original VX3 3.5x10x40mm on my 270 from the 80s is still crisp and clear and looks today as clean and clear as it did in 1986 ...please offer the duplex in the 4x12x40mm Leupold ☺
December 4, 2018
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Would definitely recommend
Mounted this on a Remington 700 SPS .243 and couldn't be any happier! Great scope, great eye relief and very clear!
October 30, 2018
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Great product
This scope performs very well and I recommend it to anybody looking for a great scope
August 24, 2018
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Great Product!!
This Scope is awesome! This new line of scope can't be beat at that price! The Leupold quality you would expect, with a price that won't break the bank! All that is missing is Tactical turrets but at this price point, you really can't complain!

I have it set on a DLASK DAR 22 and it's works beautifully! Nice positive clicks when adjusting windage/elevation and really clear image.
August 17, 2018
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Yep. It's as good as it looks!
I thought to myself, "A 4x12 scope, built in the USA, from Leupold, for LESS than $400? Something's off." Seriously, I just "knew" that to get to this low price-point, Leupold must have skimped out on something.... Cheaper glass, maybe? Plastic knobs? I went to my local outdoor shops, all four of them, and I could not find this scope because it was too new. I didn't want to buy it without putting my hands on one, but it nagged at me. A week went by and I finally pulled the trigger. I *LOVE* this scope! I don't have any scientific equipment, light meters, etc, but I would swear that this scope lets in more light at dawn and dusk than my old Leupold 2x9 and for $100 less! It's as well made as any Leupold scope I've used or looked at. The adjustment knobs are all very nice and tight, the eye-relief is as good or better than other Leupolds I've scanned, and the focus is extremely sharp! I haven't had a chance to "Shoot through the reticle" yet, but I'm excited to do so. Living in Colorado, I'm 100% confident that this scope will take me from Mule Deer in the Bush, to Elk in the high-country, to Antelope 300 yards away on the prairie. It's a LOT of scope for the money.
February 25, 2018
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