SHOT Show 2015: Leupold D-EVO

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posted on January 21, 2015
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leupold d-evoThis year's SHOT Show reveals some true innovations in optics, like this Leupold D-EVO Red Dot scope. Designed with the modern sporting rifle enthusiast in mind, this tactical optic allows you to acquire your target using a red dot scope. The shooter then simply moves their eye about 6 degrees down to see an offset reticle, allowing for pinpoint accuracy out to 400 yards. Balancing easily on a tactical rifle, the D-EVO is remarkably intuitive to use. Leupold recommends zeroing at 50 yards for optimal accuracy. This hot new optic will be available to the public in approximately a month, for an unbelievably affordable MSRP of $1,800. (www.leupold.com)

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