Best Scope For 350 Legend – Reviews and Buying Guide w/FAQs

The 350 legend is a 9×43 mm ammo also known as 350 LGND. It’s authorized by SAAMI and used for hunting. It’s a fairly new ammunition that took the hunting world by surprised. Since it’s release, there has been countless hunter switching to this ammunition for their daily hunting.

If you are in the middle of the switch and wondering about what is the best scope for 350 Legend, welcome. You will find our guide of 350 LGND scope very useful. It can be a lengthy read, I suggest you to take a cup of coffee, sit down and enjoy the read.

If you are in a hurry, you can always take a look at the scopes we mentioned in the review and their respective links. Without further ado, let’s jump straight into the review.

Best 350 Legend Scopes – [Editor’s Pick]

1. Vortex Optics Crossfire II 3-9×40 SFP Riflescope

It’s not the first time we are featuring Vortex Crossfire II in a best scope post. It’s that good to put it mildly. In fact, you could just click buy now and grab the scope and click off this article like nothing happened. I wouldn’t even be mad at you if you did that.

This aluminum scope is water, shock, and fog proof. The housing have an excellent anodized matte black finishing. Choice of material really compliments the scope overall. As it’s made for hunting, the build quality matters a lot here. You don’t want to accidentally scratch your scope or worse break it.

The lens is strong suit of this scope. Their performance is much better than any other scope has to offer in this price-range. That’s a big compliment. And Vortex deserves this compliment. After all, I’m not the first one to praise their lens and I won’t be the last either. The reticle here comes in both illuminated and non-illuminated state. You can also choose from 4 different reticles.

Does this scope come with mounting rings?

No, it doesn’t.

Does it come with flip up lens covers?

No, it doesn’t come with flip up lens covers either.

Will it hold zero on 350?


2. Leupold VX-3 Freedom 3-9×40 Rifle Scope

Just like the Crossfire II, VX-3 Freedom has been featured in countless reviews on our website. You can check out other best posts to find out a different perspective on the scope. If you have read one of those reviews already, you know how good VX-3 Freedom is.

It’s made out of aircraft-grade aluminum. Inside of the housing is purged with nitrogen. That makes the scope fog proof. On top of that O-ring sealing makes the scope completely immune to water. To make it compatible with the .350 magnum this scope is also shock proof.

The lenses of the scope are fully multi-coated. On top of that, you will find Leupold’s twilight light management system built-in the scope. I should write an article about why twilight light management system is good. Soon, let’s hold on to that for now. But as for the scope, it performs so good. Just simple amazing. The low-light performance is something to write home about. According to OpticsHive, Leupold VX-3 is the perfect scope for this rifle.

Where are they made in?

They are made in the USA.

Do they come with flip up covers?

They don’t.

Is scope mount included?

No, Leupold sells them separately.

3. Vortex Diamondback 4-16×44 FFP Riflescope

The Diamondback series from Vortex has always been their prized possession. Under this belt, Vortex has released a lot of different products over the years. The one we have here is a medium to long-range riflescope with an excellent price-tag.

Vortex Diamondback comes in two magnification setting and two reticles. The scope is made out of high-quality aluminum. It’s the same type of aluminum that Vortex uses in their high-end riflescope as well. Rest assured, you are getting a riflescope

Vortex used extra low-dispersion glasses in this scope. They are also known as ED glass. ED glass performs insanely good during the low-light condition and gets extremely bright during day time. When you pair the ED glasses with an FFP reticle, the scope suddenly becomes a lot more appealing to a ton of you out there. There is no distortion present on any angle of the scope. Thanks to the fully multi-coating that Vortex provides to their lenses.

Magnification and field of view of this scope is amazing. As it’s a shock and fog proof housing, you can easily pair it with a .350 magnum firing rifle.

Where is this made in?

The Diamondback scopes are produced in China.

Does it come with scope mounts?

No, it doesn’t come with any sorts of scope mounts at all.

Does it come with any warranty?

Yes, Vortex does provide a limited lifetime warranty with all of their riflescopes.

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4. Burris Fullfield II 3-9×40 Hunting Scope

Are you looking for a hunting scope with a simple reticle and easy to operate? A scope that is also available in many different magnification for you to choose from? If the answer is yes, then this is the scope you have been eagerly waiting for.

Burris Fullfield 2 is a budget riflescope available in 3 different magnification. The one at default is the cheapest and it has 3-9x magnification paired with a 40mm objective lens. It should be enough for most hunters that are using 350 magnums. If that’s not enough for you, go for the 6.5-20x50mm version.

All of the Fullfield 2 are made out of durable and high-end aluminum. They are lightweight and anodized with matte black finish to look premium. Inside of the scope is purged with nitrogen and outside of the scope is shock and fog proof. On top of being waterproof, this scope is drop resistant to some degrees as well.

The lenses of the scope are clear and the reticle is a ballistic plex. It’s one of the easiest to grasp recoils out there. Even a beginner won’t have much trouble mastering this reticle.

Does this scope come with mounting rings?

No, it doesn’t.

What’s the weight of this scope?

12 oz.

Does this scope come with warranty?

Yes, Burris provides a lifetime warranty with this product.

5. Hawke Vantage IR 4-16×50 AO Mil Dot Riflescope

Don’t let the name fool you, it’s far from being Vintage. In fact, it’s a modern riflescope suitable for .350 magnum. One of the best even if I say so myself.

This riflescope is made out of durable aluminum. The same type of aluminum that you find on most other high-end riflescopes. It’s very good and very durable. Inside of the housing is purged with nitrogen to make this scope fog proof. It is waterproof and shock proof as well.

The lenses are fully multi-coated to make them transmit more light. Making the images brighter and sharper. One of the best part of this scope is the fast focus eyeball and high torque magnification ring. It provides a smoot hand easy magnification adjustments. The adjustment stays firm and won’t move around from the recoil. Tactility and the smoothness of the magnification ring makes it kind of addictive to increase/decrease the magnification.

The MIL DOT center reticle is good. While reticle is subjective, MIL dot reticle will come in handy for most newbies out there. With the help of multiple aim points for hold-overs, you can slowly improve your shooting and get a better read at bullet drop.

Is the reticle glass etched?

It is.

Does it come with mounting rings?


Is the reticle in SFP?

Yes, it is.

Things To Keep in Mind Before Buying

Quite easy, grab one from the mentioned scopes and be done with. If you want to find out more about how to choose the best scope for you. keep reading.


Weight distribution is more important than most reviewers gives credit to. A badly balanced scope can ruin your entire experience with the scope. That will result in a bitter experience with the rifle and the scope.


Higher magnification will result in a bigger scope. Make sure your rifle supports the bigger scope. Or else stick to a regular size scope.


You need to decide about how much magnification you desire. Depending on that, your choice will change drastically.


That will conclude our today’s endeavor. We will definitely return with more soon. But for now, this is it. I hope you found this review useful and found the scope you are looking for. All of the mentioned riflescope in today’s list are good. Some better than the other while some are similar to other. Depending on how much you are willing to spend and what magnification your heart desires, stick to the choice.

Scopes:- 17 HMR | 17 WSM | 17 Hornet | 204 Ruger | 224 Valkyrie | 22 Magnum | 243 Winchester | 257 Weatherby | 270 Winchester | 3 Gun | 300 PRC | 338 Lapua | 375 HH | 44 Magnum | 450 Bushmaster | 50 BMG | 6.5 Creedmoor | 6.5 Grendel | 6.8 SPC | 7.62.39 | Benjamin Marauder | Henry H001 | M1a | Marlin 336 | Marlin 795 | Marlin Model 60 | MK12 | Ruger Gunsite Scout | Ruger Mini 14 | Ruger Mini 30 | Savage 220 | Scar 20S | Sig 716

Scopes & Sights:- 11.5 SBR | 300 Blackout | M4 | MK18 | Ruger Charger | S&W M&P 15&22 | S&W M&P 15 Sport 2

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