Leupold VX-R Zombie Scope Video from SHOT Show!

I got to write a bit about the Leupold VX-R Zombie Scope in our SHOT Show Day 1 Recap, but today we have the full video interview with Leupold‘s John Snodgrass to show you this awesome new tool for taking down the undead.

The VX-R Zombie Scope was developed in conjunction with Hornady, who developed the Zombie Max Ammunition that people were raving about at this year’s SHOT Show.  Leupold’s SHOT Show display had a lot of great new gear, but their Zombie Scope was the most fun.  If you check out the video above you’ll see the cool little details Leupold included, such as the brain decals on the inside of the lens caps, and the dot reticle is green instead of red, which is a smart design decision on Leupold’s part, as we all know that green dots are more effective at taking down one of the walking dead than a red dot.

What I really like about the Leupold VX-R Zombie Scope is that it isn’t just a novelty scope; it’s a top quality Leupold Rifle Scope with the features you’d expect from this top brand! The VX-R Zombie is waterproof and fog proof, has excellent glass and features outstanding construction so that it’ll stand up to the incredible stresses a zombie horde will put it through.

As John says, “Accuracy is the only thing that keeps you from joining the ranks of the dead.” You won’t need to worry about accuracy when the zombie apocalypse is upon us if you have the new Leupold Zombie Scope!  Watch the Leupold SHOT Show Video above and take the first step toward protecting yourself from the undead nightmare.

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