SWA­ROV­SKI OP­TIK NORTH AME­RI­CA Announ­ces The NEW SWA­ROV­SKI Z5 2.4-12×50

SWA­ROV­SKI Z5 2.4-12x50 scope

From SWAROVSKI:

Cranston, Rhode Island – SWAROVSKI OPTIK NORTH AMERICA, a subsidiary of the Austrian based company, announces the NEW Z5 2.4-12×50 with the widest field of view than any of our existing 1-inch main tube rifle scopes.

The light weight Z5 with its new magnification range has been developed for thick woodland and open spaces which may be found in the same hunting area. It is intended to help hunters to aquire game quicker in dense areas while still maintaining increased magnification for longer shots. The addition of our optional ballistic turret, together with our patented 4 point coil spring system, provides for an easily adjustable and repeatable system in the field.

This new model Z5 scope really embodies the company motto “Constantly improving what is good”. Our current Z5 line of riflescopes have been exceptional in the field since its release in 2009. Now we take the 5x zoom 1-inch scope into the most densely wooded areas knowing we will have the largest field of view and the brightness with the 50 mm objective to be successful.

Tom Hogan, Senior Technical Advisor at SWAROVSKI OPTIK said, “We have come up with the ideal Whitetail rifle scope. With its 5X zoom range, very wide field of view at low power, up to a high magnification of 12X for longer shots, a 50 mm objective lens for low light conditions, in a lightweight 1-inch main tube, all combines for the best of all features for a deer hunting rifle scope.”

PRODUCT  HIGHLIGHTS

Legendary SWAROVSKI optical performance, high resolution and clarity, Exceptional repeatable accuracy, Precise ¼ MOA turrets with an optional ballistic turret, and 3 reticle choices in the second focal plane.

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