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Swarovski Z8i 1-8x24 - BRTi - 68104
Swarovski Z8i 1-8x24 - BRTi - 68104
 
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Tech Specs at a Glance:

Magnification range: 1 to 8x

Field of view: 42.5 -5.3 m/100m / 127.5-15.9 ft/100y

Objective diameter: 8.2-24mm

Eye relief: 95mm / 3.74mm

Illuminated reticle: Yes

Reticle position: second focal plane

Parallax adjustment: yes

Turret adjustment increments: 0.1 mil / 0.36 inch per click

Max elevation / windage: 72 moa/100y / 2 meters/100m

Tube size: 30mm

Weight: 515g / 18.2oz

Length: 301mm / 11.9in

Refer to the "Technical Info" tab below for additional specifications.


Price: $3,721.00
Sale Price: $3,349.00

Quantity Available:3


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Swarovski Z8i 1-8x24 - BRTi :

The illuminated Z8i 1-8x24 L rifle scope provides a remarkable field of view of 42.5 m (127.5 ft) with a 1x magnification, offering the best possible overview of the hunting action to ensure the right decision is made even in rapidly changing situations. The challenge posed by driven hunting requires a powerful experts rifle scope like the Z8i 1-8x24. Its exceptional field of view enables you to maintain an overview all the time. The perfect optical system offers excellent viewing comfort and ensures rapid target acquisition.

Optical System:

  • 24x zoom in a 30mm rifle scope.
  • Large field of view.
  • Centered reticle in the second image plane.
  • Rapid diopter adjustment.
  • SWAROLIGHT coating: best colour fidelity and maximum light transparency.
  • SWAROCLEAN coating: less intensive cleaning requirements prolong service life

Function & Design

  • Quadratic adjustment range.
  • 24 mm objective provides excellent light gathering capability while maintaining a low profile.
  • Light weight yet durable construction in a 30mm tube.
  • Nitrogen purged - waterproof to 13.0'/4.0 m
  • All aluminum outer parts are anodized to be scratch-resistant.
  • Second focal plane reticle: the size of the reticle will remain consistent across the entire magnification range of the scope.