Ziess conquest v6 5-30

werth338

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I have the V6 3-18x50 and really like it. The optics are good and turrets feel good. I haven’t had a chance to test it completely as I just got it. Andy did a write up on the v6 Line. I haven’t spent any time with VX-6HD to give any feedback.
 

BJH

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I do not have this particular scope. But between my Leupold and Ziess scopes, I put the Ziess way above the Leupold. I like my Leupolds. But love my Ziess. The glass is much clearer and in a whole different class IMO.
 

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Couldn't agree more. Over the years owned several Leupolds, and still own 2 Zeiss scopes. Zeiss are top-tier glass, and I'd love to have one of those new V6 5-30x50 ZBR scopes.
 

FEENIX

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I had the opportunity to look through the scopes in question a couple of weeks ago. Both are excellent scopes but I give the edge to the Leupold. I don't know exactly what they did with their lenses but the crispness and clarity are awesome on "my" old eyes.
 

cjl2010

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I have the V6 3-18x50 and really like it. The optics are good and turrets feel good. I haven’t had a chance to test it completely as I just got it. Andy did a write up on the v6 Line. I haven’t spent any time with VX-6HD to give any feedback.

We’re you able to take it out this weekend. Any new thoughts?
 

werth338

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I did take it out and was only able to get a zero done due to rain. It was very easy to zero vs some other scopes that I have used with a zero stop or ballistic turret. Given the limited amount of time with it and a distance of only 100 yards, it does seem to track accurately.
 
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