For over 50 years, we’ve focused on one thing - hitting stuff really far away. Since the inception of the Leatherwood CAMputer, we’ve done more than just expand its capabilities. We’ve brought Jim’s vision to bear on a wide lineup of optics.
For those long-range shooters who just don’t trust the mechanics or electronics of auto-ranging and trajectory compensating telescopic rifle sights, Hi-Lux Optics offers a great conventional style scope alternative – the Uni-Dial.
You can pay a lot more for a quality riflescope, but you'll be hard pressed to buy one that is better built than the new Top-Angle Series scopes now available from Leatherwood/Hi-Lux Optics. One thing is for certain, you won't find a scope with as many great features - even at twice the price!
Leatherwood/Hi-Lux Optics is now adding the Malcolm 8X USMC-SNIPERmodel to its Wm. Malcolm line of vintage style riflescopes. Not only will this scope match the originals for extremely precise adjustment of windage and elevation, the new made scope also offers the advantages of modern lens making, with fully multi-coated lens surfaces for maximum light transmission. This scope offers the brightest, clearest, and sharpest optics ever in a riflescope of this design. The scope will be marked with the Wm. Malcolm name over the USMC-SNIPER model designation, and each will be serial numbered - as were the original USMC models.
NORTH AMERICAN MUZZLELOADER HUNTING files a discrimination complaint with the U.S. Department of the Interior, against 11 state wildlife agencies which continue to deny muzzleloading hunters the right to use a telescopic sight during the muzzleloader big game seasons.
Hi-Lux Optics is now adding a new-made version of this scope - which has been totally re-engineered from the inside out to produce a scope that is far superior to the originals. While it is being introduced primarily for those wanting to shoot a fairly authentic looking and shooting M1903A4 in Vintage Sniper Rifle competition
Honest 200-yard muzzleloader accuracy and game-taking performance did not begin with the introduction of the modern in-line ignition rifle. Serious muzzleloader shooters and hunters of the 1840s and 1850s turned to newly developed elongated conical bullets, and the new fast-twist bore rifles developed to shoot them, to enjoy that level of performance almost 150 years before the introduction of the Knight MK-85. And to better tap that level of performance, a few of those rifle makers also became the first riflescope makers. Some of the rifles and loads of that period could regularly keep 10 shots inside of 2 inches at 40 rods (220 yards).