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    Leupold VX3i and VX3 on primary rifles.

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    Not specific to one brand...
    .270 Winchester- Nikon Monarch 5-20x44
    .30-06- Nightforce SHV 4-14x56
    .308 Winchester- Vortex Razor 5-20x50
    7mm-08- Vortex Diamondback HP 3-12x42

    Leupold are great scopes I just do not own one...... yet.

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    Nightforce nxs

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    Leupold 4-12.....gonna get CDS made for it soon.

    Gonna get another Leupold for my kids custom rifle build.

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    I too primarily have Leupold VXIII scopes on most of my rifles, and they have never let me down. However, I do have a Nikon 3x12 BDC scope on my .338 because that is what was on it when I bought it, and it too has always worked. Through an odd set of circumstance, I have a Shepard scope on my 30-06, and it is a never fail scope with excellent optics.

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    Leupold VXIII scopes ... Very tough to beat

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    I Love my Leupold VX6 3-18 Firedot. I also have a few Vortex Diamondback 3x9. Vortex is less expensive and still crystal clear. God bless

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    all leupolds . only brand I ever owned that I NEVER have had issues with.plus I here nothing but good about their customer service from those that have.

    any company , American or not, that can put out a quality product and back it with excellent customer service will get my loyalty.
    AS GOES THE CHURCH, SO GOES THE NATION

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    Night Force and Schmidt & Bender on my primary pee shooters...

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    A story about Leupold service..................

    My Dad always shot his sporterized 03 Springfield on everything. He got the gun pre WWII. Started out with a Weaver 330 (about the only commercial scope available that he could afford). In the 50's or 60's (don't know the exact date) he put on a Leupold 6x. Shot a lot of deer, antelope and elk (and a couple of moose) with it. In 2002, after I had retired and moved to Colorado, Dad and I were hunting elk. Dad fell and dropped the rifle. He broke the ocular lens and ruined the scope. I bought him a new 3x9 Leupold, but he still like the 6x. I sent the scope back to leupold to see if it could be fixed. It was a pre gold ring and no lifetime warranty applied. Dad got a letter telling him that because of his lifelong use of Leupolds, they would send him any scope he wanted at no cost. Guess what he chose.....yep a 6x. I still have the rifle. Leupold DOES stand behind their product.
    Colorado Cowboy
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