Leupold Ar 15 Scope

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Shooting an AR-15 with Leupold 3-9×40 Mark AR Rifle Scope – YouTube

This is my first time ever shooting an AR-15. I’m also using a Leupold 3-9 variable power scope.

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Leupold Mark AR MOD 1 Rifle Scope 1.5-4x 20mm 1/10 Mil Adjustments

The Leupold Mark AR MOD-1 will bring out every ounce of accuracy from your AR or bolt action rifle. The ballistic matched tactical turrets are calibrated to the …

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Brownells – Leupold AR-15 Mark 4 CQ/T Scope. For more information, please visit http://www.brownells.com/.aspx/pid=79…

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Shooting the Colt LE6900 5.56x45mm Light Carbine with Colt/Leupold VX-R Firedot Scopes- Gunblast.com

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Q&A:

The Sheep Dog asked What is a good sight for a tactical rifle?

Red dot, holographic? ACOG’s are WAY too expensive. Anyone know a good specific brand/model number thanx!
ar-15 carbine rifle

And got the following answer:

I build match AR platform rifles. I am a former military Olympic Class long distance competition shooter.

Here’s the Scoop Bill,

Most people need a tactical sight on their AR like a fish needs a bicycle. Seriously. Unless you are on a military or local police tactical team and are so bad at it you need to practice on your own time…….. you do not need or want one of these. They are designed for close quarters indoor use or close quarters outdoor going door to door. That is it. Period. You can’t hit squat with them for target practice at the range, no good for deer, and certainly no use at all on varmints. These are simply an expensive ‘do-da’ that sits on GI Joe ‘wannabe’ rifles. Bushnell makes one for $49 that looks just like the $500 EoTech – and most people do not know the difference!

The scope you really want is a BSA “Sweet 223” and it comes in two flavors 4-12x for hunting and 6-18x for target shooting and very long distance varmint shooting. The 4-12 is $90 and the other $120. You need/want this scope because it has a build in BDC – once calibrated – this BDC will allow you to hit an object at 100 yards dead on, and with a quick adjust of the top turret hit an object at 400 yards dead on – no hold over or guess work. I have several $700-$900 Leupold scopes in my safe – but – I have this BSA scope on my AR-15 because it is both fun to use and extremely functional. I live in Alaska – you never know what you’ll run across, a fox at 40 yards today or a wolf at 500 yards tomorrow – this is the scope I rely on to get them.

Bottom line. You can get that $49 Bushnell and have a fashinable – but useless rifle. Or, you can get a BSA Sweet 223 and actually have a rifle that can hit things anywhere on the target range. You can find both at www.midwayusa.com or Cabellas.com

Hope this helps.

Glenn asked How much is a 1982 Colt AR15 A2 Govt Model with a Leupold 3-9 Scope,bayonet,tripod and case worth to sell?

Excellent Condition approx 300 Round’s fired
It is not a Sporter. It says on the side
AR-15 A2
Gov’t Model

And got the following answer:

Without the scope, about $750 would be my guess if it is in good condition.

matt asked What is the best scope for hog hunting?

What is the best scope to mount on my AR-15 for hog hunting but that’s kinda cheap and gonna reach out at 20 to 200 yards. Im looking at Leupold, Nikon, and Trijicon. I need the reticle to be red. Needs to be under $500.

And got the following answer:

So, making the reticle red more or less means you need to get into something illuminated. So, that largely moves you out of some of the good lower cost Nikon options.

Which is too bad – a fixed power 3 x 32 (P-223) with a Bullet Drop compensator sounds like a perfect lower cost option for you. I’ve got one of the 1 – 4×24 M-223 with a point blank reticle on it that I like pretty well.

Both Leupold and Trijicon make excellent optics which will do what you want … but not for less than $500.

I’ve actually been pretty impressed with Leapers optics when I am worried about budget. Here’s a nice example:
http://www.leapers.com/prod_detail.php?mitem=optic&level1=Reticle/Illumination&level2=Mil-dot&itemno=SCP-U432AOW&status=&mtrack=3m4

Again, fixed power, Range Estimating reticle, AO for changing parallax to do deal with both the close and long shots and they have a version you can get illuminated so you can have the red reticle if you like.

I’d probably take a look there at least to get a base price and better define the spec you want and then look around. Hawke may be another in the budget range worth looking at, and then as a company probably on par with Nikon or at least between Leapers and Nikon might be Konus.

Thinkingblade

Ctrue asked Anyone pretty knowledgeable with assault rifle accessories?

I got my husband an AR-15 for his birthday. Christmas is coming up and I wanted to get him some accessories for his baby. He is wanting a Weaver 2.5 7×32 Scope and the mounting rings. I love to shoot with him, but I don’t exactly know a ton about gun accessories… I was wondering if there are specific kinds of mounting rings that are best for this scope? Also, it’s giving me an option for low, medium, high, super low and super high for the rings. What would be best?

Help would be appreciated! I want this to be a surprise and so I am trying to do as much of this on my own as I can!

And got the following answer:

Depends on the scope. It might require a 30mm or a 1inch scope rings. Is the AR15 a flattop?

If you search for it on amazon, you’ll see they recommend some rings with it:

http://www.amazon.com/Leupold-Rifleman-Detachable-Medium-55860/dp/B001HN5HA2/ref=pd_bxgy_sg_text_y/182-9984224-6670941

Here’s the scope:

http://www.amazon.com/Weaver-Classic-Rimfire-Scope-849431-2-5-7X28mm/dp/B002HS8QVS

See at the bottom it recommends some rings?

For my ar15 I use a EOTech 512 with the zoomer on it. I love it since I can flip between long distant and close up. I run it with a BUIS system of a matech backup and a front sight with arms folding. Overall it really depends on what he likes. If he’s into long distant then probably a scope would be ideal but if he’s just into some general shooting, a reddot would probably be better. The setup I have is not that pricey but it is pricey.

If your husband likes ar15 and he wants a scope, the holy grail of ar optics are probably Leupold scopes or Trijicon acog. They are quite a bit pricey but are well worth it compared to a cheap 100 dollars scope.

If I had a wife unit and she was to buy me accessories, I would probably like either magazines or be allowed to choose my own accessories with permission of course. However, being apparent that you bought it for him, I can’t imagine he’d be upset or concerned over what accessories you get him unless of course he specifically mentioned he wanted that particular ar15.

Edit: Highly, highly recommended to not buy accessories at the store. There are a lot of good places to buy online like from Amazon or BravoCompanyUsa. It is a heck of a lot cheaper though. The store always sells for twice as much as you can get online. The only problem with online is you need to get the stuff from reputable sources.

matt asked What is the best scope for hog hunting?

What is the best scope to mount on my AR-15 for hog hunting but that’s kinda cheap and gonna reach out at 20 to 200 yards. Im looking at Leupold, Nikon, and Trijicon. I need the reticle to be red. Needs to be under $500.

And got the following answer:

So, making the reticle red more or less means you need to get into something illuminated. So, that largely moves you out of some of the good lower cost Nikon options.

Which is too bad – a fixed power 3 x 32 (P-223) with a Bullet Drop compensator sounds like a perfect lower cost option for you. I’ve got one of the 1 – 4×24 M-223 with a point blank reticle on it that I like pretty well.

Both Leupold and Trijicon make excellent optics which will do what you want … but not for less than $500.

I’ve actually been pretty impressed with Leapers optics when I am worried about budget. Here’s a nice example:
http://www.leapers.com/prod_detail.php?mitem=optic&level1=Reticle/Illumination&level2=Mil-dot&itemno=SCP-U432AOW&status=&mtrack=3m4

Again, fixed power, Range Estimating reticle, AO for changing parallax to do deal with both the close and long shots and they have a version you can get illuminated so you can have the red reticle if you like.

I’d probably take a look there at least to get a base price and better define the spec you want and then look around. Hawke may be another in the budget range worth looking at, and then as a company probably on par with Nikon or at least between Leapers and Nikon might be Konus.

Thinkingblade

david c asked Can someone tell me a good scope to mount on my AR-15,one that will hold it`zero?

I`m looking for a good scope for target shooting up to 500 yards,one that will hold a good zero.Will be used on a Ar-15,223.

And got the following answer:

Well your choice of scope mounts (rings, bases, and or rail) will be just as important, if not more important, to your scope’s ability to hold zero than the choice of scope itself.
I would also advocate a Weaver rail whenever possible due to the ability to mount a different optic, like a red-dot, if the need or want ever arose.
As far as optics and mounts go it is hard to go wrong with Leupold, pricey, but worth it.
Variable power 3-9x should prove adequate for most ranges although if 500 yards or so would be your normal distance instead of your extreme, a 6.5-20X, or 6-24X may prove more useful and worth the extra price in the long run.

Zack asked Good AR-15 scope for long shots, yet still great for close range?

I would like to upgrade to a better scope on my AR-15. This is my first tactical rifle so I am new to all of this. I would like to stay around $300 for it. I would like one that I can be accurate at 200+ yards, but still be great for close range. Any suggestions? Thanks!

And got the following answer:

You may want to ask this in a different venue than “Cameras”

I use a NcStar 4X32 scope on my AR-15 because it is inexpensive and if I hammer it while out in the wild, I don’t mind replacing it.

On the other hand, I use a Leupold 4.5-14x50mm on my 300 Remington Ultra Mag

When shooting at any range you need to “zero” the scope to the working rifle to prey range. I guess my Leupold could be mounted on my AR-15, but I have never tried it.

I know this is not a definitive answer, but it may get you going in the right direction.

I suggest you visit one of your local firearms shops or maybe one of the large sportsman stores and ask someone there. They should be able to help you find the best scope for your needs

Jimbug asked What are some high quality rifle optic brands?

Im looking for a scope to put on my AR-15. Any suggestions?

And got the following answer:

Leupold, Nikon, Burris, Trijicon, EOTECH,

Ben asked Any descent Walmart scopes for an AR 15?

I would like a scope for my AR 15 rifle. Price is definitely a factor, so I would like to know if anyone out there has any experience with Walmart scopes on their AR 15. I would mainly do target shooting at 100-300 yards with this scope. The biggest I’d want is a 3×9 scope because anything bigger just looks too bulky on an AR 15 in my opinion. Thanks!

And got the following answer:

Yeah, Wally World has found a way to coerce Leupold into making a cheaper version of their normally high end scopes. You can buy one of these new acceptable – but, low end – models at Wal-Mart. It’s the mounts that are, probably, going to cost you almost as much. Make sure you get mounts that fit your Picatinny rail properly. (You want the scope’s front objective, ‘bell’ to just clear the rail – OK.)