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How will the leupold vx II hold up to 300 rem ultra mag? It has leupold mounts and rings to. The real ? is how will the friction

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  • How will the leupold vx II hold up to 300 rem ultra mag? It has leupold mounts and rings to. The real ? is how will the friction

    How will the leupold vx II hold up to 300 rem ultra mag? It has leupold mounts and rings to. The real ? is how will the friction plates hold up, it is an older leupold with the friction plates instead of the clicking plates. so far I have not had a problem with it staying sighted in. But I have probably only put 40 rounds through it so far. what do you guys think, am I asking for trouble keeping this scope on with that much recoil?

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    I don't know about the .300 mag. but I do know that the old Leupold scopes with the friction adjustments used to drive me crazy---I never could seem to get any consistency with the adjustments. Once in place, the scope held zero real well, but getting it there was a chore. The heaviest rifle I used with that scope was a 7mm Rem Mag and the zero stayed fine.

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      I agree with Piney, it should hold zero just fine.

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        Part of the answer depends on the model of the rifle. Generally speaking, the heavier the gun, the better it absorbs the recoil. The VX-II is light enough that it shouldn't stress the mounts or the plates, as long as the rifle is reasonably stout. It's when you start putting heavier optics on a lightweight, hard-recoiling rifle that you run into the most trouble.

        Andrew McKean
        Hunting Editor

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          thanks. ya it is a chore getting it sighted in thats where i used the 40 rounds lol. i have had it two years and shot two deer with it.

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            Its the Remington model 700 bdl custom. I believe that is a stout rifle lol. So really I shouldnt have too much of a problem. I'll just have to keep checking it as usual through out the season.
            thanks guys

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