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ZEISS Conquest V6 3-18x50 Rifle Scope with Plex Reticle (#6) - External Turrets - Ballistic Stop - Adjustable Parallax - .25 MOA
Conquest V6 3-18x50
The new 6x zoom riflescope from ZEISS
The most versatile of the V6 line, this riflescope with 103 MOA elevation and 58 MOA windage adjustment is built to excel at mid- to longer range shooting distances. The 3-18x50 is the perfect scope for the mobile Western hunter in pursuit of elk, mule deer, antelope or mountain sheep. This compact and low profile scope also features ¼ MOA click adjustments, side parallax and is offered with either the #6, ZBR-2 or ZMOA-2 ballistic reticles.
Made in Germany for the rugged demands of any hunting or shooting style, the new Conquest V6 with true 6x zoom, 30mm tube and up to 100 MOA elevation adjustment is engineered to reach beyond expectations. ZEISS FL (Fluoride) Glass, enhanced T* lens coatings and LotuTec® protective coating provide industry-leading resolution and shooter accuracy.
Available in three models: 1-6x24 / 3-18x50 / 5-30x50. Featuring new ballistic turret and ballistic reticles ZMOA and ZBR for long-distance hunting or shooting. Protected by the ZEISS U.S. 5-Year No Fault Policy and Limited Lifetime Transferable Warranty. For the hunter who demands versatility and uncompromised long-range capability, the ZEISS Conquest V6 is the scope that proves distance is nothing. Optics are everything.
30 mm Center Tube
Constructed of aircraft grade aluminum
Allows for 62 - 103 MOA elevation adjustment for longrange hunting and shooting
Windage adjustment of 34 - 58 MOA
Fast and Precise
New Ballistic Turret with Ballistic Stop and multiple revolutions
¼ MOA click adjustments on 3-18x and 5-30x, 80 clicks per rotation
Made in Germany
Extremely reliable internal components
Flawless operation year after year
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