Leupold Compact Rifle Target Hunting Scope M8 6X 40mm
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Leupold Compact Rifle Target Hunting Scope M8 6X 40mm Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Click to Enlarge Description: Leupold, Compact, AO, 6X Fixed, 40mm, M8, 1 inch tube, Rifle Scope Leupold M8 Rifle SCOPE This scope is 6X Fixed, by 40mm Objective, Compact, Model M8. Nick Strobel's OLD Scope book says this scope was made from 1985+, Magnification 6X, Field of view 16.0 feet at 100 Yards, Luminosity not given, Eye relief 3.9 inches, Length 10.70 inches, Weight 8.5 oz, Tube Diameter 1 inch (25mm). This Scope has a AO range mark from 25 Yards, 50, 100, 200 400, to Infinity, This scope does not have the mounts, nor rings with it. It is in overall great shape. Not, New in the Box, but it is "Very GOOD", The glass is clear and sharp, with no fungus of fogging. It may have a few rubs or nicks, but nothing that will affect its use. This is the M8 6X not the earlier M-8 EER Target & Silhouette model. This is a Very Good and no longer made Leupold M8 6X Compact scope in gloss. They still make the scope in this size but not with the adjustable objective. It would cost over $300 if they did. This one has crystal clear optics with standard duplex crosshair. And it comes with the Leupold’s forever warranty! You can bid on this early and often, as I'm starting this a penny, and you decide what it is worth to you. NO RESERVE, or High Starting price, that is taking over eBay currently. I feel auctions are like gambling, you do good some days, and other days, you don't do so good both as a Buyer & as a Seller, When you WIN one of my auctions, I want you to feel it was a good day, and good deal. About Us 100 Years of Leupold History Vision from the beginning of time, that’s stood the test of time. From humble immigrant beginnings, Leupold® grows, based on a promise of quality, to become a classic American company. In 1907, Fred Leupold set up a one-man shop at 5th and Oak streets in Portland, to repair surveying equipment. He’s joined by his brother-in-law, Adam Voelpel, and later by inventor John Cyprian Stevens, and the foundations for a century of success are in place. During Leupold’s second half-century, the company focuses heavily on the sports optics business. Leupold’s presence in the hunting and shooting market expands, and finally dominates, with innovative optics and features that are now legendary among hunters, shooters, and outdoors enthusiasts. Many of the industry’s standards – nitrogen waterproofing, the Duplex® reticle, and more – were Leupold creations. 1907 Leupold & Voelpel (later to become Leupold & Stevens, Inc.) was founded by brothers-in-law Marcus Friedrich (Fred) Leupold and Adam Voelpel. Fred Leupold makes a promise to his customers that still guides Leupold today: “the customer is entitled to a square deal.” 1914 John Cyprian (J.C.) Stevens, a consulting engineer and hydrologist, brings his invention of the first water level recorder to the company and joins as a partner, and the business sees growing success. Fred Leupold’s son, Marcus, also joins the firm. 1937 J.C. Stevens develops the Telemark water recorder, a revolutionary water level recorder that uses telephone signals to transmit information. 1939 J.C. Stevens’ son, Robert, joins the firm. 1942 Company sales leap. To reflect the changes the company and the families are going through, the name of the business is changed to Leupold & Stevens Instruments Co. 1944 Following Fred Leupold’s death, his son Norbert, then working as a hydraulic engineer with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, joins the company. 1947 Marcus Leupold misses a shot at a blacktail buck due to fogged lenses in a riflescope. According to family legend, he exclaims “Hell, I could make a better scope than this!” True to his word, he does, and Leupold enters the riflescope market with the introduction of the 2.5x Plainsman. 1949 Leupold employs a lesson learned making optics for the military in World War II, and becomes the first optics manufacturer to evacuate the scope interior of air and then fill it with pure nitrogen, which eliminates any chance of internal fogging. Leupold’s “weather-proofed” optics quickly become popular among sportsmen. 1957 Following the success of the Plainsman and other early entries in the optics market, Leupold expands its riflescope line-up even further. Their popularity in the optics market leads them to create other products for outdoors enthusiasts, including a compass. 1962 Leupold invents the famous Duplex reticle, now an industry classic. With its heavy posts pointing boldly to the intersection, the reticle style is clearly visible even in thick cover and twilight conditions. 1974 Leupold introduces the industry’s first lightweight, high-power target scope. 1978 Leupold introduces the industry’s first line of compact riflescopes. 1983 Werner Wildauer named chairman of the board and president. Riflescope line continues to expand. 1985 Leupold introduces the Dual Dovetail™ mount system, the strongest two-piece mount in the industry. Leupold introduces the Ultra scope, which features the industry’s first turret-mounted focusing system. 1986 Leupold introduces the industry’s first compact roof prism, waterproof spotting scope. 1990 Leupold introduces the industry’s first low-light scope that balances the physical laws of optics in a scope package that delivers optimum performance to the shooter. 1992 For the first time in more than 20 years, binoculars are actually manufactured in the United States: Leupold Golden Ring® binoculars. 1993 Leupold proudly introduces the firm’s first variable power, waterproof spotting scope: the 12-40x60mm. 1997 Leupold introduces the Leupold Premier Scope, or LPS®, a series of technologically advanced riflescopes designed specifically for hunters. 1998 Leupold introduces the Vari-X® III Long Range scopes – featuring side focus parallax adjustment and 30mm maintubes specially designed for long-range shooting. Tom Fruechtel replaces Werner Wildauer as president of Leupold. 2000 Leupold Illuminated Reticle technology is introduced, giving hunters and shooters access to both superior light management and pinpoint shot placement in low-light conditions. 2002 Leupold introduces the VX®-II, a total redesign to replace the popular Vari-X II; the VX-I, a reliable scope anyone can afford; a new series of high-powered Competition riflescopes; and finally, the Leupold Mark 4® CQ/T®, a revolutionary close quarter/tactical scope. 2004 Leupold replaces the Vari-X III with the VX-III, featuring the exclusive Index Matched Lens System® and the Ballistics Aiming System™, which includes the Boone and Crockett™ Big Game reticle, the first optical product ever to bear the Boone and Crockett Club© name. Leupold also introduces new Rifleman® riflescopes and Rifleman mounts. 2005 Alumina® accessories revolutionize hunting optics, providing shooters the ability to customize riflescopes to changing lighting and shooting conditions with a series of filters, and protect their optics with machined-aluminum lens covers and more. Leupold also adds its new line of Golden Ring binoculars which quickly become a new benchmark for binocular performance. 2006 Two major productions are announced for 2006, including the revolutionary VX-L™ riflescope and the RX™ Rangefinder product line. The VX-L has a unique profile so you can mount a large objective riflescope significantly lower than a conventional scope, for a more natural, shooting position. Other ground-breaking features include our new proprietary, Second Generation waterproofing technology. The new RX digital laser rangefinder series introduced the world to TBR™ (True Ballistic Range™), which takes the guesswork out of using a rangefinder on steep angles as well as 13 different aiming point options, and other unique features. Product Service Leupold Product Service If your Leupold product fails to perform in any way, please contact a Leupold Product Specialist within our technical service department to determine if the problem can be solved without sending the product to Leupold. Many times, the problem can be solved without sending the scope to us. Leupold technical service will assist you with the problem in the best and most efficient manner. If we do need you to send the product in for service, please follow the instructions identified below. Please follow these steps when sending any product to Leupold Product Service: Remove mounting rings, covers, and all other accessories from the product. Record the serial number of the product and keep it where you can find it if needed. Include a note with the product indicating the reason the product is being sent. Make certain that your name, address, telephone number, and e-mail (if applicable) are included in the note. If possible, ship the product in its original packaging, as this is the safest method. Be sure to wrap the package securely and use filament strapping tape on the outside. If possible, ship by a traceable parcel service. Please insure the shipment against loss. All service work must be prepaid. For details, contact a Leupold Product Specialist prior to shipping your product by calling 1-800-LEUPOLD or (503) 526-1400, or writing firstname.lastname@example.org. LEUPOLD PRODUCT SERVICE - U.S.A. Leupold & Stevens, Inc. 14400 NW Greenbrier Parkway Beaverton, OR 97006-5790 Leupold & Stevens, Inc. 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Mr. Anders Karlsson Riksvagen 15 36044 Ingelstad Sweden Tel: +46 470 38000 Fax: +46 470 30362 E-mail: email@example.com Import/Export Licensing Requirements: Customers located in the following countries may return riflescopes to the product service facility in their country or the Leupold factory WITHOUT import/export licensing requirements: AUSTRALIA, BELGIUM, DENMARK, FRANCE, GERMANY, GREECE, ICELAND, ITALY, JAPAN, LUXEMBOURG, NETHERLANDS, NEW ZEALAND, NORWAY, NEW CALEDONIA, PORTUGAL, SCOTLAND, SPAIN, TURKEY, ENGLAND, UNITED KINGDOM Customers located in the following countries MUST obtain an IMPORT CERTIFICATE issued by the MINISTRY OF DEFENSE in their country before returning a riflescope to the factory: ANTIGUA, BARBUDA, ARGENTINA, THE BAHAMAS, BARBADOS, BELIZE, BOLIVIA , BRAZIL, CHILE, COLOMBIA, COSTA RICA, DOMINICA , DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, ECUADOR, EL SALVADOR, GRENADA, GUATEMALA, GUYANA, HAITI, HONDURAS, JAMAICA, MEXICO, NICARAGUA, PANAMA, PARAGUAY, PERU, ST. KITTS, NEVIS, ST. LUCIA, ST. VINCENT, GRENADINES, SURINAME, TRINIDAD, TOBAGO, URUGUAY, VENEZUELA Canadian customers should return riflescopes to the product service facility in Canada. If shipping to the U.S. factory instead, please contact: EXPORT CONTROLS DIVISION DEPT. OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND INTERNATIONAL TRADE (FAIT) ATTN: IIC OFFICER TOWER C, 6TH FLOOR 125 SUSSEX DRIVE OTTAWA, ON K1A 0G2 CANADA Telephone: (613) 996-2387 Fax: (613) 996-9933 Customers located in any countries NOT listed above should return riflescopes to the product service facility located in their country. If a product service facility is not available in their country, the riflescope should be returned to the factory. Leupold is required to obtain an export license to return the riflescope. No matter where you choose to have your Leupold product serviced, you can be assured that the same high standards of quality will be upheld that have been established by our Beaverton, Oregon, U.S.A. manufacturing facility. Leupold Product Warranty Leupold & Stevens, Inc. is a family-owned, fifth-generation company that has been manufacturing precision optical products in the U.S. for 100 years. Leupold’s success has been built on our commitment to your absolute satisfaction and our commitment to the shooting sports. It’s for these reasons that we offer the following warranties on Leupold products. Click below to see the full details of the appropriate warranty. Leupold and Stevens, Inc. is an American, family-owned, fifth-generation company that has been designing, machining, and assembling precision optical instruments for 100 years. Leupold’s® success has been built on our commitment to your absolute satisfaction, and our commitment to building the best optics for the shooting sports and for the law enforcement / military community. It’s for these reasons that we offer the Leupold Full Lifetime Guarantee. Shipping : I'll ship for actual Cost anywhere and any way you like. NO handling charge!! 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