Leupold Rifle Scope review I have a new Leupold rifle scope it replaced my old Simmons white tail Classic. I have only used it a few hunting trips hunting elk. Although it seems to be better than anything I have bought before, I still have a few field tests I would like to use it for. My vision is not like when I was young, so I had to adjust the rear scope eye relief a bit one notable feature on most scopes. Making this adjustment after reading the instructions worked great. I can get the scope to my eye and track a butterfly in flight or a swallow with ease.
Leupold Rifle Scope review, this is a terrific way to practice with your gun and scope get used to finding things fast it could save a hunting trip. Most hunters do not think of this until they loose a bit of game not being able to get it into the scope fast enough. I am used to hunting with a scope, and this came fast to me with the Leupold. My leupold is so much clearer than my old scope, it seems to have full field of vision even before it hits my shoulder.
I bought the fifty mil objective scope for counting tines on moose and deer at low levels of light in the early morning and late evening. I have checked this out a few times but not in real hunting conditions this is the test I would like to finish. I would also like to finish the test on a seven point bull elk. I know in my mind it will do great, but I just want to test the scope. I found to see the brow tines on a big elk is hard when he hold’s his head, so the tines are against his cape. Then everything is the same color, and the colors blend in so a count at any distance is very hard. I am hoping the new scope will level the playing field in my favor some more.
Really I have used the scope and know it will work great. My nephew has shot a few deer and a moose with the gun over the last few years until he gets his own gun and scope. I am sure I spoiled him, so it will not be a cheap gun or scope. There is nothing like shooting a long range rifle with great hand loads and a perfect scope. I have shot groups of under one quarter inch at a hundred with those loads of mine. The gun would do better, but my nerves will not allow me to shoot much better anymore. This is my Leupold rifle scope review.