Leupold BX-3 Mojave Pro Guide HD 10x42mm Binoculars Review

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Leupold BX-3 Mojave Pro Guide HDBinoculars are one of the most important tools that we use in the field while hunting big game and on the 3D course. Like with any other product on the market, there are many to choose from. The shootingtime.com staff has owned many different brands and models of binoculars in the past and we can guarantee one thing, not all binoculars are equal. Like with many products, you get what you pay for. Sometimes you get lucky and get a little more than what you pay for. This is the case with the Leupold BX-3 Mojave Pro Guide HD 10×42 Binoculars. Let’s look at what makes these binoculars a great choice for hunters and competitive archers.

The Specs of the Leupold BX-3 Mojave Pro Guide HD Binoculars

leupold binocularsAn excellent performing optic is the result of a quality build and components. Let’s have a look at the specs and features of the Leupold BX-3 Mojave Pro Guide HD 10x42mm Binoculars.

Leupold BX-3 Mojave Pro Guide HD Binoculars build specs and features

  • Magnification – 10X
  • Objective Clear Aperture – 42 mm
  • Angular Field of View – 6.2° (326 feet at 1,000 yards)
  • Twilight Factor – 20.50
  • Weight – 24 oz
  • Length – 5.6 inches
  • Exit Pupil – 4.2 mm
  • Eye Relief – 16 mm
  • Interpupillary Distance – 58 to 74 mm
  • Close Focus Distance – 7.5 feet
  • L-Coat BAK4 prisms
  • Fully multi-coated Calcium Fluoride lens system
  • Extra low dispersion ED glass
  • Padded shoulder strap with quick detach feature
  • Neoprene case with velcro flap

The performance of the Leupold BX-3 Mojave Pro Guide HD Binoculars

When we got our Leupold BX-3 Mojave Pro Guide HD binoculars, the first thing we noticed was the great ergonomic feel they provided. The open bridge of these binoculars not only reduces the overall weight, but it also provides an excellent grip for when one handed operation is desired. The setup of the Leupold BX-3 Mojave Pro Guide HD binoculars was really simple. All we had to do was:

  1. Get the left eye in focus.
  2. Pull out the center diopter adjustment dial.
  3. Adjust the center diopter dial until the right eye is in focus.
  4. Push the center diopter adjustment dial back in.

BX-3 Mojave Pro Guide HD

Once dialed in, you’ll notice the HD clarity and the excellent field of view that the 6.2° angle of the Leupold BX-3 Mojave Pro Guide HD binoculars provides. The smooth focus of these binoculars let us zoom in on our subjects with pinpoint precision. The eye cups are very easy to use and help provide a strain free viewing experience.

When using the Leupold BX-3 Mojave Pro Guide HD binoculars side by side with equally priced binoculars, we noticed quite a few differences. Of all the differences, the most notable were the wide field of vision and the
vibrant colors, especially during low light conditions. As the Sun was setting, the Nikon we were comparing it to was more grayscale while the Leupold BX-3 Mojave Pro Guide HDs still had colors that popped. Overall, we were impressed with the clarity, vibrant colors, wide field of view, and the usability of the Leupold BX-3 Mojave Pro Guide HD binoculars.

   

Summary

If you’re in the market for a great set of binoculars that are backed by a great company, give the Leupold BX-3 Mojave Pro Guide HD 10×42’s a try.

On top of their great performance, Leupold binoculars are backed by the Leupold Gold Ring Full Lifetime Guarantee in the rare event that an issue occurs.

For more information on the Leupold BX-3 Mojave Pro Guide HD 10×42’s and other Leupold products, visit their website at https://www.leupold.com.

Leupold BX-3 Mojave Pro Guide HD 10x42 binocular scores
  • Clarity/Image sharpness
  • Vibrancy of colors
  • Weight
  • Ease of use
  • Low light condition use
4.7

Summary

We recommend the Leupold BX-3 Mojave Pro Guide HD 10×42 binoculars for all your hunting and competitive archery needs.

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Corey is an avid bowhunter, archer and outdoor writer. He has been hunting since 1982 and started his passion with bowhunting in 1991. His focus is to help others involved in the sport of archery and to compete professionally in indoor, 3D and field archery.

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