The Leupold Rifleman 4-12×40 is durable, lightweight, and has crystal clear views from 50 yards to 500.
The best part?
It only costs $300 to get your hands on one of these. But is it worth the money?
By the end of this Leupold rifleman 4-12×40 review, you’ll know whether or not it’s for you.
Let’s get started!
|Features||Leupold Rifleman 4-12×40|
|Eye Relief||4.9 low, 3.7 high|
|Reticle Type||RBR reticle (BDC)|
|Dimensions||14 x 3 x 2.75 inches|
|Objective Lens Diameter||40mm|
I wanted to know if the Leupold Rifleman 4-12×40 was worth the money.
So I bought the scope and hand-tested everything from glass clarity to durability. And after thoroughly using this scope for the past few months, I’m pretty impressed.
First, I’m a huge fan of Leupold optics. This isn’t coming from a biased point of view — I’ve used and still use almost every optic brand out there: Bushnell, Vortex, Burris, etc. It’s just that Leupold optics, like the Leupold VX-R 3-9×40, have always been built with reliability. In fact, I reviewed the top Leupold scopes here.
And the Rifleman 4-12×40 is no exception. It has one of the best glasses in its price range. With a 42mm objective lens, it allows for up to 98% light transmission. This means that you’ll be able to see better in lower light conditions with this scope, making it one of the best hunting optics.
The scope also features an excellent field of view along with a crisp image quality for its price range. In fact, I’m betting you’ll never miss that deer at 550 yards again. This scope has a generous 12x power magnification making it one of the more powerful scopes in the cheap rifle scope category. This scope is very easy to adjust to a field of view that you’d prefer, and the perfect magnification to make a good shot at a variety of distances. The scope also has excellent eye relief making it an easy rifle scoping experience and one of the best Muzzleloader scopes.
The windage and elevation adjustment knobs are rugged and tactile. The aluminum body is extremely sturdy, like the Vortex SPARC series. And since it’s nitrogen purged and O-ring sealed, this optic is completely waterproof and fogproof.
This scope is loaded with features for its price range. It has a lifetime warranty from the manufacturer so there’s no buyer’s remorse here. If you’re a hunter or a shooter on a budget, this is one of the best rifle scope you’ll ever own – especially for its price.
If you need a red dot on a budget, I highly recommend the Burris Fastfire 3.
You’ll not only receive the Rifleman 4-12×40 with rings, but you’ll also receive one set of Leupold rings so you can start shooting immediately. Overall, the Leupold Rifleman 4-12×40 is one of the best cheap rifle scopes you can buy. It combines toughness and durability with simplicity and ease of use to make this scope an all-around great product.
- Leupold Model #56170 - Rifleman 4-12x40mm with Wide Duplex reticle and Matte finish
- 100% Waterproof, fog proof, & shockproof
- Twilight Light Management System adds up to 10 extra minutes of glassing light
I hope you enjoyed my Leupold rifleman scope review.
Now I want to turn it over to you:
What do you think about the Leupold’s rifleman scope? Or perhaps you already bought it and would like to share your thoughts.
Either way, let me know by leaving a quick comment down below. Also, check out my review on Holosun’s HS510C.