C&H Precision continues to expand its lineup of optics and is getting into the magnified scope game. Their new 2-12×24 LPVO is a unique optic that some might call an MPVO. And before you ask, yes it does have adjustable parallax!

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The C&H 2-12×24 has a 30mm tube, a first focal plane reticle, and adjustable brightness settings with an “off” position between each “on” setting. Both the elevation and windage turrets are locking designs to prevent inadvertent changes, with 0.1 MRAD adjustment clicks. It is rated to handle all rifle calibers.

C&H includes a throw lever with the 2-12×24. The reticle is a mil grid design with holdover points for both wind and elevation holds. With all of these features, it is not an inexpensive optic with a $1,349.95 price tag. It is in stock now and available for order.

C&H Releases 2-12x24 LPVO


  • Magnification: 2-12x
  • Objective Diameter: 24mm
  • Eye Relief: 95mm (3.74”)
  • Field of View (Degrees): 10.8° – 1.8°
  • Field of View (M/100M): 19m – 3m
  • Field of View (FT/100YDS): 57ft – 9ft
  • Tube Size: 30mm
  • Adjustment Graduation: 1/10 MRAD
  • Travel Per Revolution: 10 MRAD
  • Max Elevation Adjustment: ≥34 MRAD
  • Max Windage Adjustment: ≥34 MRAD
  • Parallax Setting: 10yds to infinity
  • Turret Style: Push/Pull Locking w/ Zero Stop
  • Reticle: Glass-etched Reticle
  • Focal Plane: 1st Focal Plane
  • Illumination: 6 Levels Red (off Between)
  • Shockproof: 1000G Waterproof: IPX7
  • Length: 308mm (12.1inches)
  • Battery Type: CR2032

C&H Releases 2-12x24 LPVO

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From the manufacturer:

THE C&H Low Power Variable Optic (LPVO) is a precision rifle scope designed from the ground up to be a perfect pairing to your gas or bolt rifle. This scope will give you premium features you’d expect from the top scopes on the market without breaking the bank.

Daniel Y

AKA @fromtheguncounter on Instagram. Gun nerd, reloader, attorney, and mediocre hunter. Daniel can still be found on occasion behind the counter at a local gun store. When he is not shooting, he enjoys hiking, camping, and rappelling around Utah.

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