Meopta ZD 6-24x56 RD Scope Available with MIL Turrets

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posted on December 6, 2016
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The newest model of the ZD 6-24x56 RD riflescope from Meopta features windage and elevation turrets that allow for 1/10 milliradian adjustment. In addition, the previous model with 1/4 MOA adjustments is also available. Both models feature an illuminated MilDot II reticle.

The scope is constructed with a single-piece 30 mm tube made from aircraft-grade aluminum alloy. The exterior of the tube is anodized for resistance to scratching and is waterproof, fogproof and shockproof. The MilDot II reticle is a second-focal-plane reticle with range-finding markers and is calibrated for 7.62 NATO, .338 Win. Mag. and .50 BMG.

The company's trademarked MeoBright lens features a multi-coating system that is designed to eliminate glare and reflections while providing 99.7 percent light transmission. In addition, the company's MeoShield coating works to protect the external lens surface from scratching.

The suggested retail price on the new ZD 6-24x56 RD riflescope is $2,184.99.

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