Summary: Once again, Leupold had exactly what I wanted in a scope. I put this on a Ruger #1 in .375 Ruger. It looks great and functions flawless, just like all my other Leupolds. They aren't the cheapest, but you really do get what you pay for.
Summary: This model at 11.4oz is the lightest weight quality 'zoom' scope that I could locate; great for a carry rifle. Also class leading are: the wide (2x) power which is perfect for getting a sight picture on moving animals in thick woods, the generous eye-relief range means that the scoped rifle will...
Pros: Lightweight, generous eye-relief range, mounts low, 2x power
Summary: Got the matte finish, non-customized. Mounted on a '13 Model 70 Featherweight .270. Fits the rifle as if it were made for it. Used Leupold low DD RVF mounts. Clarity is amazing, mounts lower than 40mm objective but is just as bright typically.
Pros: Fits lighter long guns, beautiful finish, excellent warranty
Summary: This Leupold was bought for a compact rifle. The size of the scope compilments the size of the rifle. CDS is a great feature. You give ballistics for your gun cartridge combo, sight in at 100 yards and then can adjust range for spot on shooting.
Summary: I mounted this with the QD rings on a Winchester Model 70 375. The scope has been flawless. Easily withstands the recoil. Additionally, the QD mount is easy to remove and put back on and still holds zero. Great value for the money.
Summary: Excellent product, I've been using Leupold Scoped for over 30 years and they are exceptional. Quality optics, unless you can spring for a Swarovski? I would go with the Leupold, also Made in the USA.