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Leupold’s® Mark 4® 20-60x80mm Tactical Spotting Scope

BEAVERTON, Ore. – Leupold‘s® Tactical Optics Division has taken its Mark 4® spotting scope line to a higher power with the introduction of a 20-60x80mm model for military warfighters, law enforcement personnel and civilian shooting enthusiasts.

The new Mark 4 20-60x80mm Tactical Spotting Scope offers the extreme magnification range and optical excellence required for situations where seeing every detail is critical. For range estimating, the spotter comes with either a Mil Dot reticle or Tactical Milling Reticle® (TMR®).

“The Mark 4 20-60x80mm is our most powerful tactical spotting scope, delivering superior optical quality in a rugged yet lightweight package that is field-ready under any conditions,” said Kevin Trepa, Leupold’ s vice president of tactical sales and marketing. ” The Mil Dot and TMR reticles match those found in our Mark 4 riflescopes, giving spotters and shooters a common frame of reference and Weighing 61.8 ounces and measuring 15.5 inches long, the Mark 4 20-60x80mm Tactical Spotting Scope has an extremely durable armored magnesium body and is completely waterproof.

Leupold’s Index Matched Lens System® is coupled with a light-absorbing interior finish to suppress glare. The result is an extremely crisp and bright image. Leupold’s efficient Folded Light Path (FLP) lens and mirror optical system allow the Mark 4 to deliver an effective optical path of a spotting scope twice its length.

Even at the highest magnification, the Mark 4 20-60x80mm Tactical Spotting Scope provides an expansive field of view, allowing for easy tracking and location of targets. The generous, long eye relief and rubber fold-down eyecups make the spotter comfortable to use for prolonged periods of time. The Mark 4 20-60x80mm Tactical Spotting Scope comes with a form-fitting, padded soft-side case with easy access panels. The case, which has a detachable strap, can remain on the scope at all times, eliminating the need for lens covers.

Leupold Tactical Optics undergo arduous environmental and impact testing to ensure they meet the highest quality standards for durability and dependability. Leupold Tactical Optics are backed by the company’s long history of customer-satisfying warranties as well. For warranty information on specific products, call 1-800-LEUPOLD or 503-526-1400. For additional product information, go to www.leupold.com.

Supported by a team of dedicated engineers, the Leupold Tactical Optics staff works with American warfighters, law enforcement personnel and competitive shooters to design and build products that meet their needs. Currently, more long-range Leupold Tactical Optics are in service with the U.S. military than any other brand.

Leupold & Stevens, Inc., the preeminent American-owned and -operated optics company, employs more than 700 people in its state-of-the-art facility near Beaverton, Ore., where Mark 4® and Golden Ring® optics are designed, machined and assembled. Leupold & Stevens, Inc. is a fifth- generation, family owned company. The product line includes rifle, handgun and spotting scopes; binoculars; rangefinders; trail cameras; flashlights; mounting systems; and optical tools and accessories.

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Leupold & Stevens, Inc. is a Charter Supporter of the Hunting and Shooting Sports Heritage Foundation.

Leupold Kenai Spotting Scopes

kenai-30x-25-60x80mm-hd-straight-spotting-scope-angleWhen you’re hunting wide-open spaces, the all-new Leupold Kenai™ is a High-Definition spotting scope at an appealing price. With a premium, 80mm objective lens, the Kenai delivers generous light transmission and provides a sharp, clear picture with impeccable color reproduction. Includes two eyepieces – a fixed 30x wide angle and a 25x – 60x zoom – so it’s right at home targeting big game across open prairie or spotting varmints at long range. Inside the magnesium body, BAK4 prisms and fully multi-coated lenses work to provide unparalleled light transmission, edge-to-edge resolution, and definition. The new Kenai HD spotting scope is built for the long haul. Don’t go afield without it.

  • Two Eyepieces with Every Scope – Every Kenai is packaged with a 30x wide angle eyepiece and a 25-60x variable eyepiece, making it an incredibly versatile spotter. It’s like getting two scopes in one.
  • Objective Lens – The high-performance 80mm HD objective lens dramatically improves color fidelity, image brightness, and overall picture resolution.
  • Magnesium Body – The industrial design and lightweight material make the Kenai easy to carry and operate, without sacrificing an ounce of toughness.
  • Waterproof – The Kenai is nitrogen-filled to guarantee completely fog and waterproof performance.
  • Wide-Angle Viewing – The 30x wide-angle eyepiece gives you the versatility of seeing the whole field.
  • Extreme Magnification Range – The 25-60x eyepiece gives you great flexibility for any situation.
  • Lens System – The Kenai features fully multi-coated optics for crystal-clear contrast and color fidelity you can rely on.
  • Tripod Ready – A built-in, rotating tripod port makes it easy to mount.
  • Retractable Lens Shade – Integrated into the body design, the Kenai features a retractable lens shade to reduce glare in bright conditions, and keeps the objective lens dry in rain or snow.
  • Generous Eye Relief – Comfortable twist-up eyecups and non-critical eye relief makes long glassing sessions a breeze.
  • Balanced Design – The Kenai doesn’t just look great, all that form has function too. An oversized focus ring is centered over the tripod mount to keep the Kenai steady and stable when focusing in the field. The entire scope has been designed with the user in mind: comfortable hold points, built-in accessories, and aggressive knurling for easy grip in key locations.

New Horus Reticle Options for Leupold Mark 4 12-40x60mm Tactical Spotting Scope

New Horus Reticle Options for Leupold Mark 4 12-40x60mm Tactical Spotting ScopeBEAVERTON, Ore. – Leupold‘s® Tactical Optics Division announces the addition of Horus reticle options for the Mark 4® 12-40x60mm Tactical Spotting Scope.

Now available to civilian shooting enthusiasts, law enforcement personnel and other armed professionals, this Mark 4 spotter is the standard Scout Sniper Observation Telescope (SSOT) of the U.S. Marine Corps.

Horus H32 and H36 reticles join the Leupold Mil Dot reticle as options. The H32 has a mil line for target measurement and speed estimation, while the H36 features an inverted “L” in Inch Of Angle (IOA) for easy ranging. The Mil Dot reticle matches those found in Leupold Mark 4 riflescopes, allowing a spotter to quickly range a target, view the same sight picture as the shooter and convey necessary adjustments.

“Our Mark 4 Tactical Spotting Scope provides additional flexibility and capability, making the users that much more effective,” said Kevin Trepa, Leupold’s vice president of tactical sales and marketing. “This spotter is superior in terms of clarity, brightness and contrast. With the Horus and Mil Dot reticles, it becomes an even more powerful tool, giving spotters and shooters a common frame of reference and measurement, so communication is efficient and effective. It’s an excellent spotter for observation and other uses such as gathering hard data, ranging targets, estimating target speeds and second-shot correction.”

Other key features of the Mark 4 Tactical Spotting Scope include exceptional ruggedness, light weight (37 ounces), a 100% waterproof body and premium optics. The extremely durable armored magnesium body allows for this variable-power spotter to replace the fixed 20X M49 spotting scope that was used by the Marines since World War II.

Multicoat 4® lenses coupled with a light absorbing interior finish suppress glare and provide an extraordinarily crisp and bright image. Leupold’s efficient Folded Light Path (FLP) lens and mirror optical system allow the Mark 4 to deliver the effective optical path of a scope twice its length.

Even at the highest magnification, the Mark 4 offers an expansive field of view, allowing for easy tracking and locating of targets. The generous, long eye relief and rubber fold-down eyecups make the Mark 4 spotter comfortable to use for the prolonged period often experienced by the Marine scout sniper. Leupold’s nitrogen charging system and sealing technology ensure absolute waterproof performance.

Measuring 12.4 inches in length, the Mark 4 Tactical Spotting Scope mounts on a tripod and comes with a form-fitting, padded soft-side case with easy access panels. The case, which has a detachable strap, can remain on the scope at all times, eliminating the need for lens covers. For warranty information on Leupold Tactical Optics, call 1-800-LEUPOLD or (503) 526-1400.

Leupold has offered precision optics for tactical applications since the 1985 introduction of Ultra riflescopes, which were designed to excel under the most extreme battlefield conditions. Today, more long-range Leupold Tactical Optics are in service with the U.S. military than any other brand. For more information on Leupold Tactical Optics, go to www.leupold.com or call 1-800-LEUPOLD.

Leupold & Stevens, Inc., the preeminent American-owned and -operated optics company, employs more than 600 people in its state-of-the-art facility near Beaverton, Ore., where rugged, dependable, high-performance Mark 4 optics, Golden Ring® optics and Redfield® Revolution™ riflescopes are designed, machined and assembled. Leupold is a fifth-generation, family-owned company whose products are sold worldwide to military warfighters, law enforcement personnel, hunters, competitive shooters and wildlife observers. The product line includes rifle, handgun and spotting scopes; binoculars; rangefinders; flashlights; mounting systems; and optical tools and accessories.

Contact:
Patrick Mundy (503) 526-1467 or pmundy@leupold.com

Jeff Patterson (402) 437-6410 or jeffp@swansonrussell.com

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