Fact: Out of all the 1960s era tactical scopes used by U.S. military snipers in Vietnam, only the Leatherwood ART scopes are still seeing service in Iraq and Afghanistan today. All others were taken out of service long ago.
And that is the battle proven ruggedness and reliability you'll still find in the current line of All Terrain Riflescopes (ATR) from Leatherwood/Hi-Lux Optics Inc. When they say that these scopes are "built to take anything that Mother Nature can dish out"...it's more than just sales or promotional copy. It's another fact.
The quality of components used in the construction of a Leatherwood/Hi-Lux sporting riflescope is second to none. The high tensile strength aluminum used to form their one-piece tubes is the absolute best available...the lenses of every Leatherwood/Hi-Lux scope are polished to photographic standards for the sharpest and clearest sight picture possible - then fully multi-coated for a full 96-percent light transmission for outstanding brightness and every scope is built to take more punishment than any shooter or hunter can withstand. Simply put, if you can stand it, an ATR scope can take it - and more - whether it's going on a .223 varmint rifle or .50 BMG long-range tactical rifle!