With so much to look at on the floor of SHOT Show, it’s hard for something to stand out, but one display set up by Leupold was a striking testament to the durability of the company’s rifle scopes. Below are several rifles that had been lost in the field, where they remained, some for years, until they were eventually found. The rifles are mostly hunks of oxidized metal mounted to cracked and weatherbeaten blocks of wood—but they all have something else in common—the Leupold scope mounted on each still functions.
Lost and Found Rifles: Proof Optics Can Outlast Their Guns
With so much to look at on the floor of SHOT Show, it’s hard for something to stand out, but … Continued