A lovely optic, this new high-magnification riflescope turned in the top low-light score in our test, owing to very good glass and coatings and a light-gobbling 56mm objective lens. Optically, it’s a marvelous instrument. But as a precision-shooting device, the 30mm Leica left us wanting. The magnum BDC holdover reticle, in the second focal plane, features adequate mil-based holdover and hold-off references, but the single rotation of the elevation turret limits its a long-range capability. You can get around this constraint by using ballistics software. But a premium-priced scope, especially one configured for long-range shooting, should have more utility.