The Zeiss Victory HT 1.5-6x42 Riflescope (Illuminated 60 Reticle, Rail Mount) combines world class optical quality with forward-thinking engineering and precise construction. The characteristic durability and superb performance that tactical professionals and dedicated sportsmen have come to depend on from Zeiss are present in their Victory HT series riflescopes. The Victory HT series introduces an innovative optical concept that uses premium Schott glass to deliver unmatched 95% light transmission. The Schott elements are multicoated with Zeiss T coatings, creating a next generation image quality that is exceptionally bright and rich with contrast, clarity and detail.
This riflescope includes Zeiss' proprietary rail mounting system. This integrated mount is machined to dovetail perfectly with a Victory HT series riflescope, preventing damage to the optics and seamlessly integrating with your firearm. The rail mount is compatible with most hunting rifles and permits quick adjustments to the eye distance. This model of the Victory HT is configured with 1.5-6x magnification, suitable for close to mid-range targeting in the field or at the range. The nitrogen purged aluminum housing, ergonomic non-slip rubber dials and illuminated Reticle 60 red dot make the Victory HT a full-featured optic ready for all seasons. The Victory HT raises the premium riflescope standard for durability and performance and is sure to exceed the expectations of tactical professionals and demanding hunters.
The Reticle 60 is lighter and finer in looks than the similar Reticle 40. The posts only cover half- the area, leaving double the amount of space between them. This makes it perfect for precision shooting with minimum coverage of the target game. At 12x magnification and a target coverage of just 0.55 cm at 100 m, you keep a good overview without losing sight of the finer details. The illuminated dot is very bright and can therefore be used for daytime hunting. The dot can be finely adjusted, which makes it ideal for night-time hunting too. The reticle is either in the 1st or 2nd image plane, depending on the riflescope.