Re: Leatherwood Scopes
This is hilarious. I just logged on to post this same question.
Last night I mounted an IN-liner Leatherwood on my muzzleloader. I found that the combination of adjustment rings were packed very tightly together and turned very hard. So hard than when I disengaged the front two from the back two to go into "manual mode", I had to wedge the stock between my legs and torque them with both hands to get them to turn! I'm hoping I'm missing something, otherwise it's a poor design.
I emailed technical support and am awaiting a reply. Other than that, it looks like a good scope.