Leupold Mark 5HD 5-25x56 35mm Side Focus M5C3 FFP Illum Tremor 3 Riflescope 171777

The new Leupold Mark 5 riflescope was built with the serious shooter in mind. The Mark 5 pushes the engineering limits with its input from elite military personnel and professional shooters. This is the tactical scope you've been waiting for. Featuring the Twilight Max HD Manangement System, shooters will enjoy edge-to-edge clarity, low light performance, and increased contrast.

The new M5C3 ZeroLock adjustments feature a 3 turn dial at 10 Mils per turn, providing precise tracking and return to zero. With its elite optical performance and rugged reliability, Mark 5 riflescopes can be trusted to ensure the perfect shot. Leupold riflescopes won't be outlasted or outperformed. Each scope has been tested to ensure durability even in the harshest conditions.


  • Lightweight and compact
  • Waterproof/fog proof
  • Lens shade and cover included
  • 5:1 zoom ratio
  • High-speed power selector with integrated throw lever
  • Fast focus eyepiece
  • Precision side focus
  • 35mm main tube
  • Backed by Leupold's Full Lifetime Guarantee

Scope Weight: 30 oz.
Scope Length: 15.7"
Magnification Range: 5-25x
Scope Objective Diameter: 56mm
Scope Tube Size / Mount: 35mm
Scope Turret Adjustment: 0.1 mRAD, CCW
Parallax Adjustment: Side Focus
Reticle Position: First Focal Plane
Reticle Details: Illuminated Red Tremor 3 Reticle
Field of View: 20.4-4.2 ft @ 100 yards
Eye Relief: 3.6" - 3.8"
Illuminated Reticle: yes
Scope Finish: Black
Item Condition: New
UPC 030317012953
MPN 171777

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Mark 5 perfection from Leupold.

Its hard to beat the quality coming from Leupold scopes and when your in the market for a great long distance rifle scope you will be hard pressed to top the Leupold Mark 5HD. You get what you pay for and this scope has more to offer than the competition in the same price range. MOA or MRAD chose your option along with a wide selection of reticles the other manufactures do not offer.

Awesome Optic

by Tee Bee, from CA, United States Written on December 17, 2018
Most of my experience with weapons has been with hand guns and shot guns. I recently bought a rifle and wanted the best optic I could find for a reasonable price. I bought the TMR because of the reviews and so far I’m really impressed. It’s strong but lightweight. My plan is to practice using the Mil dot system and get use to calculating distances before purchasing a RX-2800.

I was a skeptic of leupold.

I have been using the mark 5 he for a year now in prs matches I have always liked leupold for a simple hunting scope but never their tactical scopes. My doubts were unwarranted first thing out of the box was zero and tracking test tracking dead on I dialed 20 Mils. In 5 Mils increments one round at each setting and back down. I really like the locking turret. The cheap reticle that I got is a bit to busy for me but is very usable. Glass clarity is great best in its price range in my opinion that I have compared it to side by side. eye box is very forgiving. No regrets buying this scope. Recently took it out to a mile.

Blindingly clear

I am an aficionado of great optics. I have owned Nikon cameras and lenses all of my adult life and will not go with the other brand with their white gaudy lenses. To me optical clarity is absolute, Nikon meets it and so does this Leopold glass. This Leopold scope satisfies my non-compromising requirement for optical excellence. I have on my AR LR rifle the Nightforce NXS 2.5-10x42 its a great scope. But this Leopold 5-25x56 on my M1A in 6.5 CM is amazing, clarity from edge to edge and at uber long distances I can make out details. Its no problem with this scope to hit targets well beyond 800 yds.

Not perfect, but best I have used

I have a major problem with the illumination. The lower mil dots are the only usable illuminated aspect of this reticle in the day time. I was Extremely disappointed. I don’t use illum for night vision, but it looks great at night.

That being said, I wouldn’t trade this scope. Just imagined the $500 upgrade for illumination would be as stellar as the rest of the scope. I got the Tremor 3 reticle (new for me) and love it.