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MARK 6 3-18X44 M5B2 FFP H59

MARK 6 3-18X44 M5B2 FFP H59 Item NO.: 00000021

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Product Name MARK 6 3-18X44 M5B2 FFP H59
Item NO. 00000021
Weight 0 kg = 0.0000 lb = 0.0000 oz
Category Binoculars
Creation Time 2021-08-27

In the past, if you wanted a lot of magnification, that meant mounting a huge scope on top of your rifle. The Mark 6® crushes this old way of thinking by delivering a 3-18x magnification range in an incredibly compact package. This makes it one of the most popular choices for military forces around the globe and elite law enforcement units here at home. It's the ideal combination of easy-to-use, battle-tested ruggedness, and drop-dead accuracy.

Built around Leupold’s Professional-Grade Optical System, the Mark 6 offers unmatched light transmission designed to outperform in the most challenging lighting conditions. Its industry leading glare reduction provides a clear image in harsh, direct light, while the resolution and clarity will meet the demands of any professional shooter in the field. And it's not just easy to manipulate, it's tough, too. Drop it or run it over and a Mark 6 is still precise and accurate.

Its unique combination of features, durability, and professional-grade optical performance guarantees that it can handle any challenge you throw at it


  • Designed by Horus Vision®
  • Uses a MIL based system
  • Grid style reticle provides precise aiming points for bullet drop compensation and wind correction
  • Stepped lines above the horizontal post provide measurements in 0.1 MIL increments
  • Centralized dots at crosshair intersections for refined aiming points
  • Wider horizontal grid than the H-58
  • Open upper half of the reticle for observation and spotting
  • Multiple aiming points provide excellent corrections for follow-up shot placement
  • Numbered lines make for quick line identification
  • Front (first) focal plane


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