F/S Zeiss 6.5-20

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  1. Kevin Cram

    Kevin Cram <b>SPONSOR</b>

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    Zeiss 6.5-20 x 50

    side paralax

    Z-plex reticle

    Very Good condition

    $750 shipped to lower 48[​IMG]
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  2. jdwelch10

    jdwelch10 Well-Known Member

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    Nice glass ... wish I could afford it.
     

  3. DCGS

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    Are they target knobs ?
     
  4. Kevin Cram

    Kevin Cram <b>SPONSOR</b>

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    Yes, they are target knobs. 1/4 moa
     
  5. royinidaho

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    Kevin,

    That is a great scope and a darn'd good price.

    I already have one so I'm not a candidate for purchase. However.

    I do have a question as you indicated that its 1/4 MOA clicks. I couldn't figger out whether it was 1/4 MOA or 1/4 IPHY. I've talked to no one about this until now. Not being the smartest spud on the truck I chose 1/4 IPHY.:rolleyes:

    Help me please?

    Thanks
     
  6. doctor duck

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    1/4 moa and 1/4 inch per 100 yards ( iphy) is the same.
     
  7. royinidaho

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    The turret knob says 1/4"/100 yds. I knew it said that somewhere but I had a difficult time finding it.:rolleyes: Toldja I wasn't the smartest spud on the truck and that is with only one good eye, and its over loaded.

    1/4"/100 yds says that 1 click = 0.25" at 100 yds or per hundred yards or 2.5" @ 1k
    1 MOA @ 100 yds = 1.047". 1/4 MOA @ 100 yds = 0.26175" @ 100 yds or 2.62" @1K.

    I recognize that it ain't much difference but I've got in some pretty fair size fights about smaller stuff. Darn'd if I didn't loose 'em all.:D

    Yep, I agree they are the same, for all practical purposes. It sure is nice to get rid of that 0.047 part of things.:rolleyes:
     
  8. LWolken

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    PM sent
     
  9. Kevin Cram

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  10. Tang

    Tang Well-Known Member

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    Thats probably still 1/4 MOA at 100 yards. Remember the " sign means minute as well as inch. So it is 1/4 minute of angle at 100 yards.
     
  11. scott1119

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    I have the exact same scope, 1 word...Awesome. You cant go wrong with this scope guys
     
  12. Kevin Cram

    Kevin Cram <b>SPONSOR</b>

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    F/S Zeiss Conquest 6.5-20 x 50

    BTT for price reduction. I never received the $$ from the last buyer so it's back up for sale. I'll take $700 shipped within the lower 48.
     
  13. jimbires

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    is the glass in good condition ? are the turrets accurate / repeatable ? I'm thinkin about it . thanks Jim
     
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  14. ol mike

    ol mike Well-Known Member

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    I have two of these and a 4.5x14 ,had a 3x9zeiss all four and a friends 6.5x20 return to zero perfectly.

    I have wrenched mine to the stops in all directions and they return to zero everytime.

    Great price and it's sitting in burris signature rings -so no ring marks on the scope tube -not that that would bother me.