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Discussion in 'General Hunting' started by Carl, Oct 15, 2019.
looks real to me. i've been looking at the Leupold freedom scopes for a 22 mag and HMR 17.
The eBay link is real. idk bout that other thing.
Ebay is somewhat trustworthy but I wouldn't trust one of these fly by night sites. You can research it but I'd be very cautious.
somewhat, covers a lot of territory. just make sure if you dont like something, file a claim. because some sellers will drag it out, till it expires.. i only say this because i was duped once. i dont plan on doing is twice.. i think also, beware of china, or things made in china. that might be hard to do..
If it sound's to good to be true it may not be the real deal. I remember seeing Zeiss scopes on e-bay and Amazon dirt cheap and fake according to the reviews. Finally vanished from both sites so someone must have filed a complaint.
Probably a refurbished scope...since these things go for nearly $300. That's my guess.
I looked at several reviews on this scope from this seller and all were positive, everyone was happy. If I needed a scope, I would go for it.
Never been scammed on eBay have bought everything from rings to cars and trucks, buy most of my hunting stuff off eBay , just make sure the seller has good feedback and is in country..
The freedom line is their $200 scope.
The one site said Usd, Ebay said out of stock.
Always check Leupold for suggested Retail and if your buying refurbished get it directly from Leupold. Optics Planet seems to be safe and delivered what I ordered.
Freedom is a less expensive line of Leupold. I wouldn't mind giving them a try if they have the lifetime warranty.
They do. I have one for the little lady's .257 and have one on a slug gun. Not top of the line, but good scopes.