Objective Lens Diameter: 42mm
Eye Relief: 3.5"
Field of View: 54' -12' ft @ 100 yards
Tube Size: 30mm
Weight: 32 oz
The Automatic Ranging Trajectory (ART) System was invented and designed by Jim Leatherwood for military snipers in Vietnam during the late 1960s. By using the incrementally adjustable trajectory cam, the new Leatherwood ART scopes can be calibrated for virtually any center fire cartridge from .223 to .50BMG.
• The center of the HR1 reticle has a 2 MOA by 2 MOA cross.
• The opening in the center of the HR1 can be used to frame known size targets that are 18" or 36".
• Every hashmark on the vertical and horizontal scales indicate a whole MOA subtension.
• There are 2 MOA tick-marks that indicates multiples of 5 MOA on both the horizontal and vertical scales.
• The ends of the horizontal and vertical axes are indicated by a 4 MOA tick-mark.
• The ranging scale in the lower right quadrant can be used to frame and range known sized targets from 9"-72" in length or height.
• This reticle is true at 10X.
I own several M1A rifles and I've always wanted to put a Leatherwood M-1000 on one. I went ahead and purchased this scope and was extremely happy when it showed up to see how clear the glass was in this optic. As good as most high end scopes. The best part was the ART system in use. Sighting in was easy as any other scope, but with a quick reference to the caliber chart and shooting NATO ammo, dialed in the system, drove back to 300 Yards and it was SPOT ON! I'm confident that this rifle will hit what I'm aiming at between 100-700 yards. I'm actually looking to purchase another one. Just saying...
If you follow the instructions to the letter. And if you use quality ammo. 500 yards is child's play. You will definitely know where your extra money went. Mine is mounted on a AR 10 with 24 inch stainless steel bull barrel 1:10 twist. Impressed the hell out of my friends with the Sheriff's Department SWAT TEAM at the range. I'd put it up against any zeiss on the market. Worth every penny!!!!
I have this Scope on an AR-15 with a 24" barrel 1:8 twist. Its an awesome scope ringing steel out to 1000 meters with 5.56 / .223 77grain match ammo. Killing Hogs in Low light with the lighted reticle.My First scope as a Sniper was an ART 1 Leatherwood design mounted on my issue M-21 Sniper Rifle .This is one big Improvement in the ART Sniper scope .If you have a tactical 5.56 / .223 rifle set up for precision YOU need this scope.
I recently received my M1000-Pro rifle scope, the first thing I noticed was how nice it looked out of the box.
The zoom adjustment was nice and smooth and I could not wait to check it out.
I took it outside to see how well it looked at a field that went about 600 yds. the view was awsome and looked nice and clear.
After setting up the cam for my caliber and bullet wt. and B.C. per the instructiones it was a very simple process.
I mounted the scope and headed to the range, after bore sighting I was on target; moved to the 200 yd. target and made the "fine tuneing" .
I was not able to go out any farther where i was shooting so I made the adjustment to 300yds and measured the shot placement and I was within about an inch.
I have to say that the abillity to change the scopes range with just a twist of the dial gives this scope a "fun factor" and very easy to use.
I am looking forward to my next trip at some longer ranges. I would recomend this scope to a friend.