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#3271801 - 02/23/21 10:54 AM Leupold
Decoyed Offline
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Registered: 01/20/20
Posts: 54
Loc: Minnesota
Iím looking for some help on this one. Iíve been searching for a leupold vx-II 3-9-40 with the long range (lr) reticule. Item # 110801. This model has been discontinued by leupold and Iíve checked all online options. If anyone knows of one I could buy in a gun shop or private please send me contact information. Thank you for looking.

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#3271886 - 02/23/21 11:32 PM Re: Leupold [Re: Decoyed]
Zastava223rem Offline
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Registered: 10/19/14
Posts: 520
Loc: Pennsylvania
That model is a VX-2, not a vx-ii. There is a generational difference there, albeit a small one. I personally liked the VX-2's and was sad when they replaced them with the underwhelming and overpriced Freedom line. I would try putting this ad over in the classifieds, you will get more exposure. I am gonna send you a PM of a local shop by me that still had some VX-2 scopes NOS last time I was in.
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#3271890 - 02/24/21 12:00 AM Re: Leupold [Re: Decoyed]
Decoyed Offline
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Registered: 01/20/20
Posts: 54
Loc: Minnesota
Thank you for any help

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#3275227 - 04/01/21 12:42 PM Re: Leupold [Re: Decoyed]
donkey445 Offline
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Registered: 06/06/13
Posts: 39
Loc: Western Washington
I know they put this reticle in both the VX-1 and VX-2 line. If you are open to other models with similar capabilities.

The Boone and Crockett reticle has the same subtensions with and added aiming point 6.3 MOA below the main crosshair on max magnification. Instead of dots it uses tapering lines.

I also believe that they call it (LR reticle) the Creedmoor reticle on the newer freedom line of scopes. But the numbers all crunch out to the same Subtensions.

Hope this helps.


Edited by donkey445 (04/01/21 12:44 PM)

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