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Leopold I (French: Léopold Ier, German and Dutch: Leopold I; 16 December 1790 in Coburg – 10 December 1865 in Laeken) was a German prince who became the first King of the Belgians following the country's independence in 1830. He reigned between July 1831 and December 1865.
Born into the ruling family of the small German duchy of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld, Leopold took a commission in the Imperial Russian Army and fought against Napoleon after French troops overran Saxe-Coburg during the Napoleonic Wars. After Napoleon's defeat, Leopold moved to the United Kingdom where he married Princess Charlotte of Wales, the only child of the Prince Regent (the future King George IV), thus situating himself as close as possible to the future sovereign of the United Kingdom. Charlotte died in 1817, but Leopold continued to enjoy considerable status in Britain.
After the Greek War of Independence (1821–32), Leopold was offered the crown of Greece but turned it down, believing it to be too precarious. Instead, Leopold accepted the kingship of the newly established Kingdom of Belgium in 1831. The Belgian government offered the position to Leopold because of his diplomatic connections with royal houses across Europe. In addition, because he was seen as a British-backed candidate, he was not affiliated to other powers, such as France, which were believed to have territorial ambitions in Belgium which might threaten the European balance of power created by the 1815 Congress of Vienna.
Leopold took his oath as King of the Belgians on 21 July 1831, an event commemorated annually as Belgian National Day. His reign was marked by attempts by the Dutch to recapture Belgium and, later, by internal political division between liberals and Catholics. As a Protestant, Leopold was considered liberal and encouraged economic modernisation, playing an important role in encouraging the creation of Belgium's first railway in 1835 and subsequent industrialisation. As a result of the ambiguities in the Belgian Constitution, Leopold was able to slightly expand the monarch's powers during his reign. He also played an important role in stopping the spread of the Revolutions of 1848 into Belgium. He died in 1865 and was succeeded by his son, Leopold II.
Like new vortex diamondback 3x12x42, like new cond just 2 much of a scope for a 22 mag I was putting together. Comes with sun shade and a set of Leopold medium rings. Like new cond in the box $275 shipped to your door
I've shot around 200 rounds through it, not a single issue. Bought the mount about 2 months ago, will include tool that came with it. Would prefer to meet locally or can be ship. No trades at the moment. Selling as a pair
Has a 2.5 MOA dot
Model 111, Blued, with basic black synthetic stock. This is a pre-accutrigger model with the "flat-back" receiver.
The trigger breaks nice and clean. The bolt opens and closes smoothly and the magazines release and insert without any issues.
Detachable magazine model, 2 will be included with the...
I have a very nice Leopold scope that the turrets are set up for the 223/556. It's a Mark AR 4-12x40. Looking to trade for a scope of similar value, new they are 400-500 range, just looking for a normal "hunting" scope. No tacticool stuff lol Something along the lines of a used vortex viper etc...
Adjust the rear eye piece so the cross hairs are sharp at what distance for a 270? I think this model has a fixed 150 yard parrelax setting? So, if zeroed in at 150 yards the off focus at 300 would be 40mm????
•Leupold 40mm 1” tube 3.5x-10x VariXiii (blackring) Tactical w/ Marine style mil-dot reticle. 1/4moa adjustments.
•Leupold 1” low profile quick release rings.
•Leupold honeycomb lens flare eliminator
•Butler Creek lens covers
See photos for best description. No box. There is a scuff line on the...
TIkka T-3 Compact, 7mm-08, 20 inch Barrel, Pic rail, Leopold Scout Scope, Warne Scope Mount, 4 snap caps, $1100. Riffle is 650-700 on Davidsons. The scope retails on amazon for 600. The pic rail and warne mount are a 200 value.
Comes with 2 mags
Two die kits available for $75, if you buy...