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Leupold #8049590 11/13/20 07:06 PM
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Leupold v3i 3.5x10x50 good in late evenings

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Probably. V3 glass is pretty good and 50MM objective will help with light gathering.





Re: Leupold [Re: 270 guru] #8051943 11/16/20 04:30 AM
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I concur.


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I have one on a rifle and it works really good in low light conditions.

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I use the 4.5-14x50 on my hog setup under solar lights at 290 yards. The 3.5-10 should be even better.

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