SWAROVSKI Announces The New KAHLES K525i DLR Scope

From SWAROVSKI:

Cranston, Rhode Island – SWAROVSKI OPTIK NORTH AMERICA, a subsidiary of the Austrian based company, announces the NEW KAHLES K525i DLR (Dynamic Long Range).

The rugged K525i with its magnification range has been developed for tactical use and long distances. It has now been improved based on shooter feedback with greater field of view and easier to read turrets.

While maintaining the clearly defined, precise clicks, the turret now features 100 clicks per rotation allowing for larger and easier to read numbers. With 10 mils of adustment per rotation and the highly visible turret indicator, knowing your adjustments is effortless.

An increased field of view, 8% greater than other K525i riflescopes, assists in faster target acquisition. Coupled with the SKMR4 1stfocal plane reticle makes this a perfect match for competition and in the field.

As always, all of the operating elements can easily and comfortably be operated with your preferred hand, without having to reach over the scope and without having to move out of the shooting position. The patented parallax correction on top of the riflescope makes right and left-handed operation equally comfortable. Ergonomically the windage is ideally placed on the left side for right-handed shooters and on the right side for left-hand shooters.Left or right hand windage turrets are an option on the K525i DLR (as well as many other KAHLES rifle scope models).

A pioneer in riflescopes since 1898 and backed by a wealth of tradition, KAHLES is known throughout the world for their pioneering spirit and capability to deliver exceptional quality optics. KAHLES products are manufactured in Guntramsdorf, located near Vienna, Austria.

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