Kahles MultiZero question

Discussion in 'Long Range Scopes and Other Optics' started by jonoMT, Nov 13, 2008.

  1. jonoMT

    jonoMT Well-Known Member

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    I'm interested in one of these scopes but can't tell for sure from anything I've read whether you can switch to one of your zero presets without removing the turret cover. In other words, can you instantly dial to one of your other presets in the field?
     
  2. woods

    woods Well-Known Member

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    I have 2 of these scopes and you have to remove the top turret

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    in order to turn the turret to the wanted yardage

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    Normally I keep the turret cap on which will prevent accidental turret turning unless I am in a stationary hunting position like a box blind and then I will take if off. IME most long range shots should be taken with preparation and deliberation so removing the cap is something that you should have time for.
     

  3. jonoMT

    jonoMT Well-Known Member

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    woods,

    Thanks for the info and great pix. You're right that any long distance shot is going to require some preparation. So taking the cap off won't add much time. I did find out that the turret is supposedly sealed well enough that you could leave it off for a period of time.

    Jon