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Leapers scopes

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by minton1, Jul 6, 2014.

  1. minton1

    minton1 Active Member

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    Hi all are leapers scopes any good.
    regards tony
     
  2. lone wolf

    lone wolf Pro Poster

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    I have a 2-7x32 IR milldot,parallex pre set at 35yards
    Not got to get it out in the field yet but so far im really impressed with it,build quality looks good,the ret is nice and fine,the sight picture is really good for its price and its light weight.
    Its £35 well spent.

    My other scope is a leapers/jsr.
    Its a target master 4-16x44 AO,again great scope and its given me good use in low light,which really surprised me.

    Personally i would buy jsr/leapers over any sub £100 hawke scope.

    Im looking forward to getting the little 2-7x32 out and zeroed.

    Gaz
     
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    tintin Engaging Member

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    Yes
     
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    I had one. Can't remember spec but it was cracking

    Ben
     
  5. Honest Bob

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    And another YES, from me. Atb, Bob.
     
  6. minton1

    minton1 Active Member

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    Thanks all
     
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    I lied:D
     
  8. RichieRich

    RichieRich Ping!

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    I had their Accushot SWAT model, had side parallax, multi illuminated mildot, and was fantastic for the money
     
  9. Honest Bob

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    I did not. That's another :handjob: for the ignore list.
     
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  10. Geordie

    Geordie Donator

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    I had the same one. Fantastic compact scope, nice bright optics too:up:
     
  11. rkr

    rkr Keyboard Hero

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    I also have a nice SWAT model but my bugbuster has WAY too thick reticle.
     
  12. Igotknobblies

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    My 4-12x50 I/R parallax is superb. Bright and sharp pic from edge to edge. Only trouble is the parallax markings are a fair bit out. Accurately mark out targets at 5m spaces to your max range. Carefully clamp gun In a 'Workmate' and line up with the centre. Move your eye up and down while Turning the parallax ring until the cross hairs remain on target no matter where your eye is. Mark said distance on the parallax ring on a piece of masking tape. Repeat for all distances. You may be surprised how far out some scopes can be!
     
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    let us know how the 2-7x32 goes, thinking of putting one on my 95 instead of the mamba that's on now, either that or do some press ups lol
     
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    WIll do mate,i already want another for my other rifle and much prefer the balance of my guns with a smaller scope on

    Gaz
     

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