Leica’s flagship Magnus riflescopes now available in non-illuminated version

Leica has launched three non-illuminated versions of its highly successful range of Magnus riflescopes: Magnus 1.5–10×42, Magnus 1.8–12×50, and Magnus 2.4–16×56. This new line is priced at a lower entry point than the illuminated version, making it one of the best value premium riflescopes on the market.

All Leica Magnus non-illuminated riflescopes boast proven optical and mechanical systems as well as innovative details such as turret scale zeroing without tools. Excellent light transmission of approximately 92% and extraordinarily high contrast enable dependable sighting under even the most unfavourable light conditions. The Magnus non-illuminated line is extremely reliable and versatile companions for every European hunter and provide razor-sharp and crystal-clear resolution thanks to their high class optical performance.

Leica Magnus 1.5–10×42 non-illuminated

Thanks to its 6.7-fold zoom factor, the lightweight Magnus 1.5–10×42 is as multi-faceted as hunting itself. This compact riflescope is a universal all-rounder, providing phenomenal versatility when calling animals into close range. With its outstanding zoom range, brilliant low-light performance, and excellent transmission, this rugged and enduring riflescope impresses in every hunting situation.

Leica Magnus 1.8–12×50 non-illuminated

Thanks to its compact dimensions and a large, 50mm objective lens, the Magnus 1.8–12×50 is an extremely versatile riflescope. Its outstanding zoom factor and minimum magnification of 1.8x also make it the ideal choice for almost all hunting situations. The combination of minimal vignetting and the large, effective diameter of its objective lens, provides exceptional light gathering ability and improves resolution of details from dawn to dusk.

Leica Magnus 2.4–16×56 non-illuminated

Its large diameter front lens, a highly effective entrance pupil at mid-range magnification, and the highest, outstanding transmission value of around 92% ensure optimum identification up to the last minutes of shooting light. With a maximum magnification of 16x, it is also perfect for ensuring the accuracy of ambitious, long-range mountain hunting shots. In combination with the outstanding Leica baffle system, its high transmission properties guarantee more light under all conditions, particularly when using high magnification factors.

The new Magnus non-illuminated models are available at the following recommended retail prices:

Leica Magnus 1.5–10 x 42 non-illuminated: From £1,600
Leica Magnus 1.8–12 x 50 non-illuminated: From £1,750
Leica Magnus 2.4–16 x 56 non-illuminated: From £1,950

Technical specification

  • Riflescope – Leica Magnus 1.5–10 x 42
  • Package includes – Riflescope caps for front lens/eyepiece, cleaning tissue
  • Front lens diameter – 42mm
  • Magnification – 1.5- 10x
  • Zoom – 6.7x
  • Field of view at max. magnification (m/100m) – 4.4 yds/4.1 m
  • Field of view at min. magnification (m/100m) – 28.4yds/26m
  • Eye relief – >3.5in/90mm
  • Exit pupil – 4.2-12.4mm
  • Parallax  – 100m
  • Diopter compensation – –4/+3dpt
  • Coating –  AquaDura Lens Coating
  • Transmission – approx. 91%    
  • Mounting option – 30mm tube/ Zeiss internal track
  • Impact point correction – 1 click = 1cm/100mm (~1/3MOA) 150 x 140cm
  • Front lens filter thread – M46 x 0.75mm
  • Length – 124.8in/ 317mm
  • Weight – 21.9oz/ 620g [ with track 22.9 oz/650g]
  • Waterproof – waterproof to 13.1ft/4m: nitrogen-filled

 

  • Riflescope – Leica Magnus 2.4–16 x 56
  • Package includes – Riflescope caps for front lens/eyepiece, cleaning tissue
  • Front lens diameter – 56mm
  • Magnification – 2.4- 16x
  • Zoom – 6.7x
  • Field of view at max. magnification (m/100m) – 2.8 yds/2.6 m
  • Field of view at min. magnification (m/100m) – 28.4yds/17m
  • Eye relief – >3.5in/90mm
  • Exit pupil – 3.5-12.4mm
  • Parallax  – adjustable, 50m to infinity
  • Diopter compensation – –4/+3dpt
  • Coating –  AquaDura Lens Coating
  • Transmission – approx. 91%    
  • Mounting option – 30mm tube/ Zeiss internal track
  • Impact point correction – 1 click = 1cm/100mm (~1/3MOA) 150 x 140cm
  • Front lens filter thread – M58 x 0.75mm
  • Length – 360mm
  • Weight – 27.7oz/ 785g [ with track 28.7 oz/815g]
  • Waterproof – waterproof to 13.1ft/4m: nitrogen-filled

 

  • Riflescope – Leica Magnus 1.8–12 x 50
  • Package includes – Riflescope caps for front lens/eyepiece, cleaning tissue
  • Front lens diameter – 50mm
  • Magnification – 1.8- 12x
  • Zoom – 6.7x
  • Field of view at max. magnification (m/100m) – 4.0 yds/3.7 m
  • Field of view at min. magnification (m/100m) – 24.6yds/22.5m
  • Eye relief – >3.5in/90mm
  • Exit pupil – 4.2-12.4mm
  • Parallax  – adjustable, 50m to infinity
  • Diopter compensation – –4/+3dpt
  • Coating –  AquaDura Lens Coating
  • Transmission – approx. 91%    
  • Mounting option – 30mm tube/ Zeiss internal track
  • Impact point correction – 1 click = 1cm/100mm (~1/3MOA) 150 x 140cm
  • Front lens filter thread – M52 x 0.75mm
  • Length – 340mm
  • Weight – 24.7oz/ 700g [ with track 25.6 oz/725g]
  • Waterproof – waterproof to 13.1ft/4m: nitrogen-filled

 

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