S O L D - Kahles ZF 95 6x42 Riflescope Mil Dot Reticle - Target Knobs $379

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  1. Lefty G-gear

    Lefty G-gear Well-Known Member

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    Kahles ZF 95 6x42 Riflescope
    1.0" Tube, #110 Mil Dot Reticle - Target Knobs

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    Kahles is a well established Austrian optical manufacturing firm that is focused upon optical engineering excellence. With a history of ground-breaking concepts and unique features, their scopes are known throughout Europe for their innovative design, fine construction, and flawless performance. Austrian designed craftsmanship is quite apparent in their lineup of riflescopes. Features such as outstanding edge clarity, complex 4 element objective lenses, and precision mechanical construction ensure a lifetime of reliable service under real-world conditions.

    Kahles' ZF 95 6x42 Riflescope is a high-performance no-frills sighting system. Configured and engineered for the tactical marksman, or long-distance precision shooter, the ZF 95 brings simplicity, reliability, and repeatability to your receiver. The fixed power objective keeps things simple, and eliminates problems with changing subtensions, or enlarged reticles. The moderate sized objective delivers a very bright sight picture, while keeping a low profile to your action. The ZF 95 was constructed to endure real world activity. The 1.0" steel main-tube is rugged, dependable, and ready to go where your team's next mission takes you. This scope is designed endure being pulled through heavy brush, dragged over rooftops, and return unscathed.

    Magnification 6x Objective
    Lens Diameter 42mm
    Angle of View 4.1°
    Field-of-View (@ 1000 Yds) 211.0' (70.0m at 1000m)
    Dioptric Correction Range ± 2.5
    Exit Pupil Diameter 7.0mm
    Eye Relief 2.90" (80.0mm)
    Impact Point Correction per Click 1/4 MOA Maximum Elevation/Windage Adjustment
    Relative Brightness 49.0
    Twilight Factor 15.9
    Weatherproofing Fogproof
    Dimensions:
    Length: 12.68" (322.0mm) Weight 1.1 lb (500g)

    Used - minor wear.


    $379 + FREE S/H :cool:

    Post Office money ordes are good ($1).

    Contact me:
    chris_59@q.com Fuck PMs :D

    CHRIS GEGERE
    7 VISTA CT.
    RIVERTON, WY 82501

    (307) 856-6427



     
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  2. jrsolocam

    jrsolocam Well-Known Member

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    Re: Kahles ZF 95 6x42 Riflescope with 1.0" Tube, #110 Mil Dot Reticle - Target Knobs

    Are the turrets caliber specific or output in MOA ?
     

  3. Lefty G-gear

    Lefty G-gear Well-Known Member

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    Re: Kahles ZF 95 6x42 Riflescope with 1.0" Tube, #110 Mil Dot Reticle - Target Knobs

    1/4 inch clicks
    MOA - NOT CALIBER SPECIFIC (MIL-DOT)
    How Mil-Dot and Ballistic Reticle Riflescopes Work

    On some, Each mil-dot covers 3.6-inches at 100-yards = 36-inches at 1,000-yards.

    (Or, from one center of a mil-dot to the next is 3.6-inches at 100-yards.)

    (Some) MFGs adjust the mil-dot size according to the fixed power - or highest power of a scope to make it 3.6-inches at 100-yards = 36-inches at 1,000-yards (or meters. They are specific about that.) (Some Leupolds are 3/4 mil-dot = 2.7-inches at 100 - and they are NFL football shaped. -I have one. -But the turrets click precisely 1/4 -inch at 100.)

    So you can actually use it as a range-finder.


    A guy in Australia wants to buy it.
    I've never shipped anything there.
    I wonder if it is a hassle?
     
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  4. Gary Kaney

    Gary Kaney Well-Known Member

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    Yes it is. I sold a scope to a fella in Canada. The whole transaction took about 60 days.
     
  5. broomd

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    Australia?!
    Good luck with that...

    Local guys lining up to buy that scope.
    jeez.
     
  6. Lefty G-gear

    Lefty G-gear Well-Known Member

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    Yes. It will be interesting to see how long.
    I sent it U.S. Mail - International - insured - in a double scope box - for a total of $70.45 ! ! ! :rolleyes:
     
  7. Gary Kaney

    Gary Kaney Well-Known Member

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    The biggest 2 hang ups. My bank wouldn't reconise the Canadian Money Order. Then the Import/ Export guy would process it becuase it had a Mil Dot reticle. So he had to send it to another Exporter.
     
  8. broomd

    broomd Well-Known Member

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    Whatever the case, you're a stand up guy for following through.
    Many would have bailed on the deal and sent the coin back.

    Kudos.
     
  9. Lefty G-gear

    Lefty G-gear Well-Known Member

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    The Shits of RED TAPE ! Grrrrr

    But, my customer sent another $40 to cover...