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Clearidge Ultra XP5

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Unread 08-12-2008, 08:33 AM
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Clearidge Ultra XP5

Just would like to show you a preview of our new Clearidge Ultra XP5.



If you have any questions, just let me know.
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    Unread 08-12-2008, 12:37 PM
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    Re: Clearidge Ultra XP5

    Here is some more specs.

    Size
    2.5-12.5x42
    4.5-22.5x50

    Length
    2.5-12.5x 13.8"
    4.5-22.5x 13.4"

    Eye Relief 4.0"

    Adjustments - 1/4MOA/click
    2.5-12.5x 80MOA
    4.5-22.5x 50MOA

    Side Focus
    2.5-12.5x 10 yards - Infinity
    4.5-22.5x 25 yards - Infinity

    Price
    2.5-12.5x $480.00
    4.5-22.5x $520.00

    Reticles
    Duplex
    Mil Dot
    German #4

    All scopes come with a 2.5" sunshade. Price is not set in stone yet. Price will be firm next week. We are scheduled to be receiving our first small shipment next week.
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    Re: Clearidge Ultra XP5

    are they "tuff", are the optics in the Nikon class, 30mm tube, what's the weight, and most importantly, will they hold zero with repeatable turrets?

    they look like a real nice option for a portable rig.
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    Re: Clearidge Ultra XP5

    Jon,

    Can you post a pic or refer us to a web site for a look at the Mil-dot reticle? Are the reticles etched into the lens? Will they hold up on a brake equipped high-powered rifle? How does the glass compare quality wise to Zeiss Conquest or Leupold VX-3? Thanks.
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    Unread 08-17-2008, 09:08 PM
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    Re: Clearidge Ultra XP5

    Jon, Hello, anyone home? inquiring minds...
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    Re: Clearidge Ultra XP5

    Dave,

    In my opinion, yes the glass is in the Nikon class, and very close to the Conquest and VX-III. Yes they will hold zero!

    phorwath,

    The reticle is wire and yes they will hold up to a high power rifle. I don't have a good picture of the mil dot reticle at this time, but the mil dot is set a 10x, so the dots are fairly small.

    Let me know if you have any other questions.
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    Unread 08-21-2008, 10:55 AM
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    Re: Clearidge Ultra XP5

    And just bought my nightforce two weeks ago.. oh well.. maybe get onna these for my new 260 rem project...
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