Leupold & Stevens Inc.

Mark AR MOD 1 Tactical Rifle Optics

Leupold Tactical Optics introduced the next generation in practical, tactical rifle optics, the Mark AR MOD 1.

Designed with AR15, Modern Sporting and precision rifles in mind, the Mark AR MOD 1 offers elite performance at an affordable price.  New reticles, ballistically calibrated BDC dials and Green FireDot illumination draw on Leupold’s proud military heritage.

Offering four magnification ranges: 1.5-4x20mm, 3-9x40mm, 4-12x40mm with Adjustable Objective and 6-18x40mm with Adjustable Objective; and two models featuring daylight visible FireDot illumination, the Mark AR MOD 1 line covers nearly every situation a rifle can be employed.

New P5 0.1 mil adjustment dials are partnered with mil-based reticles to deliver true mil/mil compatibility.  Non-illuminated reticle options include Mil Dot, Duplex or Fine Duplex.  Leupold’s green FireDot  Tactical Milling Reticle (TMR) and green FireDot Special Purpose Reticleare available in the 3-9x40mm and 1.5-4x20mm models respectively.

Leupold’s daylight visible FireDotsystem leads the eye naturally to the center aiming point and makes target acquisition quick, precise and simple.  It has a one-button, low-profile design that offers a choice of 6 different reticle brightness settings.  Proprietary Motion Sensor Technology (MST) automatically deactivates illumination after five minutes of inactivity, but reactivates immediately when any movement is detected.

The elevation dial features bullet drop compensation calibrated to the common 55 grain, .223/5.56mm cartridge.  Additional dials matched to almost any ballistic profile can be ordered from the Leupold Custom Shop. 

Other key features of the Mark AR MOD 1 riflescopes:

  • Multicoat 4 lens coatings for peak light transmission, superior image brightness, edge-to-edge sharpness across the visual field and optimal contrast
  • Completely waterproof and fog proof
  • Classic lockable eyepiece and a tactile power indicator which makes it easy to tell the scope’s magnification without taking the eye from the eyepiece

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