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- Thread starter BigPig069
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How old?

1 inch tube or 30 mm?

Side focus?

1 inch tube or 30 mm?

Side focus?

Not sure how old it is, I picked it up in a trade and it is a 1" tube with no side focus. Thanksgun)

I would bet that iit will be about 50 MOA with it being a 1 inch tube but the sure way is to spin it and see.

Not sute if it matters on reticle but for here's one for a 6.5-20 long range target scope:

•**30mm maintube** gives you 38-MOA minimum of both windage adjustment and elevation adjustment.

•**Max. Adjustment @ 100 yds (in):** 72

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Got this from Leupold's website:

[FONT=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]**The Leupold Answer Guide**[/FONT]

[FONT=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]** What MOA Adjustments do I Have?**

Determining the value of adjustment increments: 1. Count the number of hash marks-from zero to and including that of the first number-on the dial. 2. Divide the first number on the dial by the number of hash marks counted. For example, divide 1 (the first number on the dial to which you counted) by 4 (the number of hash marks counted) to get .25 or 1/4. The resulting number is the value of each increment of adjustment in MOA. This method will work with any Leupold adjustment dial. One MOA moves the point-of-impact at 100 yards by one inch (at 100 meters, it moves 29mm). [/FONT]

Good luck.

Ed

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Got this from Leupold's website:

[FONT=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]

[FONT=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]

Determining the value of adjustment increments: 1. Count the number of hash marks-from zero to and including that of the first number-on the dial. 2. Divide the first number on the dial by the number of hash marks counted. For example, divide 1 (the first number on the dial to which you counted) by 4 (the number of hash marks counted) to get .25 or 1/4. The resulting number is the value of each increment of adjustment in MOA. This method will work with any Leupold adjustment dial. One MOA moves the point-of-impact at 100 yards by one inch (at 100 meters, it moves 29mm). [/FONT]

Good luck.

Ed

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