Leupold Offering Kestrel with Purchase of Mark 5HD

posted on January 30, 2020
For anyone looking to upgrade their long-range kit while saving a few dollars in the process, Leupold has just announced a tantalizing offer. Between Jan. 13 and March 15, 2020, Leupold will reward the retail purchase of any Mark 5HD riflescope with a free Kestrel 5700, valued at $499.

Six models of the Mark 5HD are available—a 7-35X 56 mm, a 5-25X 56 mm and a 3.6-18X 44 mm version, all of which can be ordered in either MRAD or m.o.a. configurations. With three revolutions of elevation adjustment, great edge-to-edge clarity and impressive low-light performance, the Mark 5HD has some serious chops as a long-range optic.  

Meanwhile, the Kestrel 5700 Ballistics Weather Meter featured in the promotion can help a shooter determine long-range holdovers and windage corrections. The all-in-one unit combines real-time environmental measures with Hornady’s 4DOF ballistic calculator to deliver an impressive amount of functionality.

For more information, please visit leupold.com/rebates. The Kestrel package is only available with the purchase of a new Mark 5HD in stores or through an online retailer.


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