Zeiss ZRF reticle

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After purchasing a conquest a year ago I can honestly say that I'm a vari-x III convert. I noticed that they recently added the ZRF (I think it stands for zeiss range finding)as a reticle option in the conquest line and was wondering if anyone can fill me in on this reticle. I will be putting it on a 270 WSM and was wondering how it would integrate to the trajectory of a 135 SMK at 3300. I have searched the net top to bottom for info and keep coming up short. On their website they have a pic of the reticle but it is too small to see and no info. Any help/opinions/pics on this reticle would be appreciated.
 

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