Leupold Parallax Range?

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    Vatiger18
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    Was looking on leupold web site and not any scope I saw had parallax setting range in the specs. Any one got a idea on what I may be I know it is different on each model most likely  Thanks. 

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    Tweeter
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    I know (because I have one) that the EFR models focus down to 10 yards.  A lot of the Leupold scopes don't even have an AO and I would guess those are set at either 50 or 100 yards and probably the ones that do, have a minimum focus of 50 yards (otherwise why would they sell the EFR models).

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    elh0102
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    Leupold makes good scopes, but they need to look at their web design, it's awful. Trying to find detailed information is a lost cause, just call them. 

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    Gunny994
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    elh0102

    Leupold makes good scopes, but they need to look at their web design, it's awful. Trying to find detailed information is a lost cause, just call them. 

    Agreed, I just recently found out that they even have Mildot reticles lol

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    tsmith
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    Diamondback tactical 6-24×50 will focus down to 10 yds.  It has EFR reticle.  I think that’s the only model that will focus that low.  I don’t think the 4-14x will.

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    Beeman22
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    If you search "EFR" (extended focal range) on their site, it will show the two that offer 10M paralax adjustment – the 3-9 and the 6.5×20. The 3-9×33 is my personal favorite AG scope for what I'll call "general use." The new "freedom series is as good as the now discontinued VXII, (I have both) but isn't quite is pretty IMHO. It is, however, less expensive. 

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