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Zeiss 522647-9983-000 Conquest HD5 5-25X50 RZ1000

Zeiss 522647-9983-000 Conquest HD5 5-25X50 RZ1000

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  • SKU: ZRHD052550-BRZ10-LT 1" Tube - Locking Turrets
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This Zeiss Conquest HD5 5-25X50 riflescope with Rapid-Z1000 reticle features a superior 5x zoom, Zeiss T lens coating for light transparency, locking target turret, and water-repellant LotuTec lens coating. This powerful riflescope with a wide magnification range and side parallax adjustment is ideal for mid to extra-long-range hunting including magnum calibers and varmint/predator control.


Item Condition:New
Scope Weight:24.84 oz.
Scope Length:14.17"
Magnification Range:5-25x
Scope Objective Diameter:50 mm
Scope Tube Size / Mount:1"
Scope Turret Adjustment:1/4 MOA
Reticle Position:Second
Field of View:14.6' - 35.4' @ 100 yds.
Eye Relief:90 mm
Illuminated Reticle:no
Scope Finish:matte black
Zeiss 522647-9983-000 Conquest HD5 5-25X50 RZ1000
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By Anonymous on May 21, 2015

Great glass no question there. But I can't recommend this scope. The way they engineered the Scope and specifically the Rapid-Z reticles so that you can get to 1000 yards without a 20 MOA rail, lock you into zeroing at 500 yards (for the Rapid-Z 1000), and setting the magnification to what ever power their ballistic calculator App/Web tool indicates. Otherwise you end up with point of impact shifts. I made initial adjustments at 50 yards (and 10X) to get on paper, then I went to 25X and 100 yards and I noticed a 6 inch change in point of impact. I changed power to 10X at 100 Yards and the point of impact came back. I called Zeiss and they said this was exactly the way they would expect it to behave. Now I have several other 2nd Focal Plane scopes with Drop Compensation, but none of them have a point of impact shift when you change power. Sure the subtensions are only correct at a specific power but you can change power without a point of impact shift. I'm going to replace it with a Vortex Razor HD Gen 1.

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