Leupold Launches Patrol 6HD 1-6x24mm Riflescope

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posted on January 18, 2022
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Leupold & Stevens, Inc. has announced the launch of the Patrol 6HD 1-6x24mm, the company’s latest low-power variable optic. The ultra-lightweight, low-profile design of the Patrol 6HD deploys quickly, while its 1-6x magnification allows for the rapid targeting of game whether in tight woodland, or open fields.

“The Patrol 6HD is a true 1x power tactical optic, designed to help get you on target fast when it counts,” said John Snodgrass, tactical product line manager for Leupold & Stevens, Inc. “It offers the best combination of durability, low-light performance and edge-to-edge clarity of any LPVO on the market.” 

Leupold Patrol Riflescope with CDS turret on white

Two models will be available at launch, both with a 30mm maintube and Rear Focal Plane configuration. One features ¼-MOA adjustments using a traditional capped dial and is equipped with an Illuminated FireDot Duplex reticle. The other still has ¼-MOA adjustments, but comes equipped with Leupold’s CDS-ZL2 dial system, allowing two full two turns of elevation adjustment with a locking dial and making it compatible with the company’s Custom Dial System.

The CDS-ZL2 model has an Illuminated CM-R2 reticle. The Patrol 6HD features Leupold’s Professional-Grade Optical System, which delivers the light transmission, glare reduction, and resolution that professional guides and shooters demand. An anti-cant in-scope electronic reticle level, meanwhile, simplifies mounting and improves longrange accuracy. Its lightweight design disperses recoil energy for durability, and a removable throw-lever allows for quick magnification changes in the heat of the moment. It is waterproof and fogproof, and its ruggedness has been verified through Leupold’s Punisher testing process. Like all Leupold riflescopes, the Patrol 6HD is designed, machined, and assembled in the company’s Beaverton, Ore., factory–and backed by the Leupold Lifetime Guarantee.

For more information, please visit leupold.comMSRP: $1,499.99

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