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Zeiss Victory T 8x26 PRF Rangefinder
Comments: With it's 1,300 yard range, clear optics, and bright LED display, see what the Zeiss PRF Rangefinder can do for you!
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Zeiss Victory T 8x26 PRF Rangefinder(1247447)
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Zeiss Victory T 8x26 PRF Rangefinder - The Zeiss Victory Rangefinder is rated for rangefinding out to 1,300 yards while also giving you ballistic evaluation information. The high-performance optics allow the Victory to also work well as a monocular.
Zeiss Victory T 8x26 PRF Rangefinder - This system has become an indispensable companion, whether for hunting abroad or at home. Not only knowledge of the exact distance to game is a decisive factor, but also the resulting holdover (requiring the hunter to aim x inches above or below the target) is of major importance. With the Victory 8 x 26 T* PRF, Carl Zeiss implemented the world's first digital laser rangefinder with LED display and integrated BISTM ballistic calculator. The high-performance optics with a two-element Achromat in the 26mm lens and Carl Zeiss T* coating provides a very bright image: its 8x magnification also makes the Victory 8x26 T* PRF ideal for long distance observation, and the 26 mm lens diameter provides reserves for poor light conditions. The ergonomic design and ease of use of the Victrory PRF also leave nothing to be desired. A slight press of the measuring button displays the range and the required correction value for the point of impact in the field of view. Runs on one CR 2 battery (included).
- Magnification: 8x
- Objective Diameter: 26mm
- Exit Pupil: 3.25mm
- Field of View (ft/1000 yards): 330ft.
- Eye Relief: 17.5mm
- Waterproof: Yes
- Dimensions: 1.88"x3.85"
- Weight: 10.93 oz.
- Accuracy: +/- 1 yard
- Battery: CR2 (included)
Jim of Brigham city, UT - December, 27 2012:
If you want to range a tree at 1500 yards, or a coyote on flat open fields at 400 yards then buy the Zeiss. If you want to try and try to make your cheaper rangefinder work and get mad because you have a 2000$ rifle that can shoot out to 1000 yards but you cant get a reading from your Leupold or nikon then buy the Zeiss.
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