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Leatherwood M-1000 ART 2.5-10x44

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The scope I’ve been waiting for has arrived. It’s a Leatherwood Hi-Lux Camputer ART variable 2.5-10x44.
It’s for a project I’ll be completing this weekend. I’ll be doing a write up of the project and posting on Monday. For now I just want to show you the scope itself. Points if you can guess what the project is (Hint: this scope is a reproduction of an earlier scope that was most often mounted on a very particular well known rifle).
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as usual, i am clueless, but this gives me an idea about something else. thanks!

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lurker wrote:
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as usual, i am clueless, but this gives me an idea about something else. thanks!
Good ideas are contagious . :-)
ART stands for Auto Ranging Trajectory and allowed for very quick dialing in to the needed settings for a particular caliber/bullet weight/powder charge for a given distance. Popular as a sniper scope for that reason.
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very nice, but not cheap. i am, er, ah, um, frugal. yeah, that's it.

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Re: Leatherwood M-1000 ART 2.5-10x44

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bajajoaquin wrote:
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https://gundigest.com/article/the-art- ... ope-part-1

M1A sniper tribute?
Very good. I’m converting my Springfield Armory M1A Loaded into an M21 Designated Marksman Rifle analog.
More on that later. I’ll be working on it today and I hope to have it done and dialed in tomorrow. Report to follow.
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watching.

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interesting avatar. russian?

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Two headed eagle anyway. Scope looks good and surprisingly affordable. Will research a bit more.

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Interested in your range report. I've always wondered how that scope performs.

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