Zeiss Riflescope CONQUEST V6 1-6x24 #60 Illuminated Reticle
  • Zeiss Riflescope CONQUEST V6 1-6x24 #60 Illuminated Reticle

    Conquest V6 1-6x24

    The new 6x zoom riflescope from ZEISS

    The smallest Conquest V6 with 6.5x maximum magnification is built for extremely fast target acquisition. The large, generous eyebox, combined with a wide field of view makes it extremely versatile in close encounters, from dense cover to 3-Gun competitions to mid-range hunting conditions in open terrain. This model is offered with #60 or ZMOA-4 illuminated reticles. 

    Made in Germany for the rugged demands of any hunting or shooting style, the new Conquest V6 with true 6x zoom, 30mm tube and up to 100 MOA elevation adjustment is engineered to reach beyond expectations. ZEISS FL (Fluoride) Glass, enhanced T* lens coatings and LotuTec® protective coating provide industry-leading resolution and shooter accuracy. 

    Available in three models: 1-6x24 / 3-18x50 / 5-30x50. Featuring new ballistic turret and ballistic reticles ZMOA and ZBR for long-distance hunting or shooting. Protected by the ZEISS U.S. 5-Year No Fault Policy and Limited Lifetime Transferable Warranty. For the hunter who demands versatility and uncompromised long-range capability, the ZEISS Conquest V6 is the scope that proves distance is nothing. Optics are everything. 

    True 6x Zoom 

    Powerful magnification with true 6x SuperZoom™
    More versatility for close range, mid-range and long-range pursuits
    Available in three high-performance models

    Large, Generous Eyebox 

    Generous and forgiving eyebox
    Large exit pupil
    Fast and easy view of full target and reticle image

    Made in Germany 

    Extremely reliable internal components
    Precision mechanics
    Flawless operation year after year

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