Bushnell® Legend® Ultra HD Rifle Scopes

   

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4.5X - 14X

Product Color:
Matte Black

Size:
13.75"-18.3oz.

Objective Size (mm):
44mm

Eye Relief:
3.4" - 3.1"

Reticle:
Mil Dot

FOV:
23' - 6'

Tube Size:
1 Inch

3X - 9X

Product Color:
Matte Black

Size:
12.8"-16.6oz.

Objective Size (mm):
40mm

Eye Relief:
3.4" - 3.1"

Reticle:
Multi X

FOV:
35' - 12'

Tube Size:
1 Inch
  • Offers the brightest, clearest HD view
  • ED Prime glass
  • Fully multicoated optics
  • Fast focus eyepiece
  • Rugged, one-piece tube
  • Patented RainGuard® HD lens coating
  • 100% waterproof, fogproof, and shockproof
  • Backed by Bushnell’s Bulletproof Guarantee
The brightest, clearest HD view possible thanks to ED Prime glass, fully multicoated optics, and a fast focus eyepiece. Dependability is ensured with the use of a rugged, one-piece tube and our patented RainGuard® HD lens coating. 100% waterproof, fogproof, and shockproof. Backed by Bushnell’s Bulletproof Guarantee.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Simply an Excellent Scope I guess the first place to start is what I have to compare this scope to. I have several Nikon scopes both Buckmaster and Monarch, and I also have some Leupold VX-III scopes. I would quite simply put this Bushnell scope up against any of them....it is that good. I originally went in to buy another Nikon Buckmaster but decided to look at a few different scopes. This one was sitting on the top shelf in the display so I said what the heck, I will see how it looks. I was blown away. It was a slow afternoon so I had a salesman with some time and he pulled out a Buckmaster 4.5-14, a Monarch 4-16, and a VXIII 4.5-14 along with the Bushnell. The Legend HD was at least as good as either the Monarch or the VX-III and heads n' shoulders better then the Buckmaster (and I am a Nikon fan). I could not believe it. Those other two scopes advertise a higher light transmission but I shot three of my rifles this last weekend with a 6.5-20 x 40mm VX-III, 3-9 x 40mm Monarch and the 4.5-14 x 44mm Legend HD and it had just as good of light transmission. I plan on buying another for my next 243. Do yourself a favor and just take a look through one when you have the opportunity. The only thing I do not like is you have to use a jewlers screwdriver to re-center the windage and elevation knobs once the rifle is sighted in. I much preffer the single large flat head screw on the Nikon, you can just use a dime to unscrew and re-zero the Nikon scopes. Heck, you do not need any tools on the Nikon ProStaff series... I need a good set of binoculars and I garantee I will be taking a very good hard look at the Bushnell Legend HD series, they really are that good. November 4, 2012
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