Leupold Patrol 6HD 1-6x24 LPVO Optic
Leupold Patrol 6HD 1-6x24 LPVO
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From Leupold . . .

Leupold & Stevens, Inc., provider of the world’s most rugged, lightweight, and clear sport optics, is pleased to announce the launch of the Patrol 6HD 1-6×24, the company’s latest low power variable optic. Designed to help defend your ground, the ultra-lightweight, low-profile design of the Patrol 6HD deploys quickly, while its 1-6x magnification lets you engage targets anywhere–from tight corners to open fields.

“The Patrol 6HD is a true 1x power tactical optic, designed to help get you on target fast when it counts,” said John Snodgrass, Tactical Product Line Manager for Leupold & Stevens, Inc. “It offers the best combination of durability, low-light performance and edge-to-edge clarity of any LPVO on the market.”

Leupold Patrol 6HD 1-6x24 LPVO Optic

With the Patrol 6HD, you can defend your ground without worry. Its ultra-lightweight, low-profile design deploys quickly, while its 1-6 magnification range lets you engage threats anywhere from tight corners to open fields.

Leupold Patrol 6HD 1-6x24 LPVO Optic

Whether your mission is to protect and serve or you’re looking for an edge in competition, this battle-ready scope will help you accurately ID targets within seconds. It’s waterproof, fogproof, and guaranteed to perform for life.

Leupold Patrol 6HD 1-6x24 LPVO Optic


Professional-Grade Optical System
6:1 Zoom Ratio
30mm main tube
Fast-focus eyepiece
Guard-ion lens coating
Scratch-resistant lenses
Removable throw lever
Available CDS-ZL2 dial
Ultra-lightweight design
Alumina Flip-Back lens covers included
Guaranteed for life


Adjustable Objective No
Side Focus No
Reticle Focal Plane Second Focal Plane
Elevation Adjustment Type Pop-Up Rezero
Locking Dial No
Revolution Indicator No
Rezero Type Pop-Up
Windage Adjustment Type Pop-Up Rezero
Custom Dial System (CDS) No
Custom Dial Compatible No
BDC Dial Included No
Reticle Type Illuminated
Reticle Illum. FireDot Duplex
Light Management System Professional-Grade Optical System
Magnification Type Variable
Battery Type CR2032
Switch Type Push Button
Illuminated Yes
Nightvision Compatible Illumination No
Daylight Bright Illumination Yes
Weight (oz) 16.2
Elevation Adjustment Value per Click 1/4MOA
Elevation Adjustment Range (MOA) 170
Elevation Adjustment Range (MIL) 49
Elevation Adjustment Range (cm @ 100m) 495
Elevation Adjustment Per Revolution 20 MOA
Elevation Dial Travel Limit Total Scope Travel
Windage Adjustment Value per Click 1/4MOA
Windage Adjustment Range (MOA) 170
Windage Adjustment Range (MIL) 49
Windage Adjustment Range (cm @ 100m) 495
Windage Adjustment Per Revolution 20 MOA
Magnification Max 6
Magnification Min 1
Objective Lens Diameter (mm) 24
Linear FOV Low Mag (ft@100yds) 120.9
Linear FOV High Mag (ft@100yds) 19.2
Angular FOV Low Mag (Degrees) 22.8
Angular FOV High Mag (Degrees) 3.7
Eye Relief Low Mag (in) 3.7
Eye Relief High Mag (in) 3.8
Fixed Parallax-Free Distance (yd) 150
Minimum Parallax-Free Distance (yd) 150
Battery Life (hr), Low Intensity 1600
Battery Life (hr), Medium Intensity 1000
Battery Life (hr), High Intensity 300
Number of Illum Settings 8
Objective Length (in) 0


MSRP: $1399 ($1499 with CDS-ZL2 dial)

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  1. I didn’t realize you were by-lining here strych9. I would have liked it better if you had a “speaking” part though. I look forward to reading your actual words.

    • I know. Is it worth four times more than the Primary Arms ACSS 1-6X which runs around $300, or their 1-8x which runs $400, or the various Vortex equivalent? I don’t know. I certainly like my PA 1-8.

        • BDC doesn’t really make sense on a secondary focal plane scope since it’s only accurate for a specific magnification setting, usually the highest. I think it misses the mark because of that.

        • Anymouse,
          Out to around 300 yards, you don’t really need to worry about bullet drop (zeroed at 25/200 yards). At 300 plus yards, I’ll be zoomed out to max magnification, where the 2nd focal plane BDC will apply. At least that’s what I generally do with my Primary Arms 1-8X.

  2. This is interesting. I bought a new AR (again) a few months ago. Been thinking about optics before taking it to the range, but don’t care for red dots. This may be an option. I’ve preferred Leupold for decades. Nothing but good experience with them.

  3. Hey, had no idea you were providing content here S9. Great review of the Louie 6HD LPVO.👍

    This is DUA from WF.

  4. “Reticle: Illum. FireDot Duplex” lol, no

    Sig and Vortex can both make a fiber optic dot reticle with MRAD/MOA/BDC hashes. Why can’t Leupold? This thing is a non-starter for anything requiring holdovers. Don’t give me a “patrol” optic where my only non-point-blank options are Kentucky elevation and dialing.

  5. It’s a mildly updated MarkAR/VX-Patrol SFP design but now with a mild bump in magnification but a massive bump in price.

  6. Very nice scope no doubt…And once again for me it’s the TV commercial 3 Peas: Price, Price and Price. Actually TV Price 1 and Price 3 are the same but you are not supposed to notice that. As for the scope, it’s a Second Focal Plane and no little sunshade included for Pete’s sake. Even though 6 power does not necessarily call for First Focal something needs to justify the price tag. For that MSRP I can assemble another AR with a decent scope and with backup iron night sights, decent case, etc.

  7. Or, you could buy a Razor, unless a few ounces of weight are that important to you. Bonus, if you accidently run it over with your truck, they’ll replace it. Plenty of NX8’s around for this price as well.

  8. This is a bit of a unicorn – a quality LPVO without a freakin BDC reticle. I like it. Might have to save up for one of these.

  9. Little late to the party aren’t they? A lot of good 1-6 and 1-8s on the market some with unconditional warranties. Good glass too. Leupold is living on their name alone at this point.

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