new Swaro Z8i 3.5-28x50

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new Swaro Z8i 3.5-28x50

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Dear Gang,

Just saw this:
https://de.swarovskioptik.com/en_US/hun ... G_DISTANCE

I wonder if it can be had in a railed version?

Mark

P.S. Corjack and Pigeon, that question about a railed version is directed at y'all.



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Saw that as well,
What an awesome scope. The only thing better would be a DS in that formation.

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Nice scope. Love the weight aspect. That has been my turn off for the larger Z8i as well as the V8 Zeiss models. Those heavy scopes are great on a bench gun but suck on a rifle that might be carried as a hunting rifle. I have 2 of the Z6i 5-30x50 models along with a Z6i 2.5-15x56 and the last addition a Z8i 2-16x50 and they are all super optics. The eye relief on the Z8i 2-16x50 is outstanding. Swarovski is kicking butt these days like they've done for a long time. No sitting on their past like so many companies tend to do.

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yes, it has a railed version and I have made the first bunch of orders for it...

https://www.titanium-gunworks.de/swarov ... x50-p.html


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Should be good for up to 1.5k's. :violence-sniperdark: :handgestures-thumbup:

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Yep, railed versions in the US no problem. Just special order like the other Z8 rail models.
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If any of you USA guys are interested in this or any other Swarovski/Kahles product, holler at me. I am a dealer for these products and my blaserbuds get the best deals 😁

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ebrownw2 wrote:
Mon Jul 01, 2019 8:38 pm
If any of you USA guys are interested in this or any other Swarovski/Kahles product, holler at me. I am a dealer for these products and my blaserbuds get the best deals 😁
Pity you're not in Oz. :crying-blue: :handgestures-thumbup:

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ebrownw2 wrote:
Mon Jul 01, 2019 8:38 pm
If any of you USA guys are interested in this or any other Swarovski/Kahles product, holler at me. I am a dealer for these products and my blaserbuds get the best deals 😁
I would be interested in a Z8i 3.5-28-50

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Pigeon sold one of these to my birthday elf just before Christmas. I've had it to the range and out winter bird hunting. It is really very nice. Doesn't seem big and lumpen. Sharp as you would expect. Sharper than my dodgy eyes anyway. When I was shooting it in at the range there was a young bloke next to me with a long range custom comp rig with a BIG scope on it who offered to spot for me to spare the old man having to walk down to the target. Turned out I could see the bullet holes more clearly than he could.

We could argue about the "need" for 28x but, you know....... the only real negative I have is the size of the illuminated dot when targeting a bird at 200+m. Works fine, it's not so far, but illuminated fine cross hairs are better in that situation.
/Vaughan

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