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Leapers Launches Integrix Riflescopes At SHOT Show

Leapers chose the 2022 SHOT Show to launch a new line of premium Integrix riflescopes.

The company booth 72305 celebrated both the launch of the Integrix line and the 30th anniversary of the company which – in the best American style – was founded by owner David Ding in his garage back in 1992. Congratulations David!

Intergix riflescopes are developed, designed and manufactured completely in-house by Leapers. They’re the product of years of market research, design and engineering. With Integrix, Leapers is aiming to challenge the best scope makers at the top end of the market.

Leapers Launches Integrix Riflescopes At SHOT Show

Six Integrix models are being launched at this time. They’re the first of many to come, HAM believes…

On show were Integrix 3-18×44, 3-12×56 and 1-8×28 scopes. Each is available in both First Focal Plane (FFP) and Second Focal Plane reticles. All include ultra-premium optical glass from internationally-famous glass founders Schott and Ohara as part of the goal to achieve top image quality.

With Integrix riflescopes, Leapers has incorporated class-leading image quality, field-of-view and optical brightness, the company says.

Much thought has been put into reticle design, too. Here we see an etched-glass FFP MOA reticle from the 3-18×44 model. The center crosshair illuminates in either red or green. The vertical axis spans 10 MOA above and 60 MOA below the center dot. There’s also 30 MOA left and right axes. All are in 1 MOA increments.

Leapers Launches Integrix Riflescopes At SHOT Show

HAM understands that Integrix scopes will start shipping in late Spring/early Summer 2022. So they’ll be here soon!

Leapers Launches Integrix Riflescopes At SHOT Show

HAM will be carrying an exclusive, in-depth interview with David Ding about Intergrix scopes in the near future! More details are available on the dedicated Integrix Optics website at ixoptics.com.

Regular SHOT Show attendees will also notice that Leapers has departed from their traditional “both sides of the aisle” booth format for a much larger, integrated site. This is much larger and allows excellent visitor access to what is always a heavily-trafficked location.

Below we see a snapshot of the booth under construction. With so many products, it’s a ton of work!