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Leupold Adds New Reticle Options To Mark 6 And Mark 8 Riflescopes

BEAVERTON, Ore. — Leupold & Stevens, Inc., the optics choice of elite snipers, has expanded the reticle options in its Mark 6 and Mark 8 line of riflescopes.

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The Mark 6 3-18x44mm M5C2 is now available with a non-illuminated Leupold® Tactical Milling Reticle (TMR). This tested and proven reticle expands on the traditional Mil Dot reticle by using various sized and spaced hash marks on the horizontal and vertical stadia. These marks allow for additional ranging precision, enhanced accuracy and quick one-meter range estimation reference points.

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Additionally, the TReMoR 3 reticle has been added to the Mark 6 3-18x4mm M5C2 in both illuminated and non-illuminated versions.

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New to the Mark 8 3.5-25x56mm riflescope are Illuminated TReMoR 3, Illuminated H59 and the Leupold Illuminated TMR reticles. The TReMoR 3 and H59 feature grid-based tics for elevation and wind holds, ranging and size estimation.

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5 Responses to “Leupold Adds New Reticle Options To Mark 6 And Mark 8 Riflescopes”

  1. Iceman says:

    God bless you guys that can figure that thing out. Might as well be written in Sanskrit for this novice.

  2. 18Derp says:

    Ah, I have a Mk6 TMR and forgot what the C2 was.

    The top turret is smaller but the real difference is the button. The C2 only locks at zero. The taller version locks are EVERY adjustment. I would have bought the C2 but really have no issue with the standard one.

  3. kemp says:

    this is my favourite so far 😉