Contrast, Clarity, and Color – Kyle Lamb on the VX-5HD
Brownells (aka gun wonderland) has released a new video about the Leupold VX-5HD series of scopes, narrated by Kyle Lamb of Viking Tactics. The Leupold VX-5HD series is made in the USA and uses what they call the 1-5 Erector System, which as you’ll see in a moment provides a tiered approach to most any optic need.
Their ion-coated lenses provide superb contrast, clarity, and color (something we can personally attest to), with a 2-turn, zero lock turret and parallax adjustment capability.
Hell, let’s just let Kyle talk.
Looking for more info? Take a look a this video report from Sportsman News TV.
Lamb isn’t the first person to talk about the VX-5HD, of course. The NRA looked at it earlier this Summer.
Find the complete line of Leupold Optics carried by Brownells right here. Interestingly, Brownells has a lot of products on Amazon. For that matter there are also some pieces of Leupold goodness on Leupold’s Amazon page too.
This has been a Leupold Optics News Report.
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