The 3-18x50 is the perfect scope for the mobile Western hunter in pursuit of elk, antelope or mountain sheep. This compact and low profile scope also features ¼ MOA click adjustments, side parallax and is offered with either the #6, ZBR-2 or ZMOA-2 ballistic reticles.
Made in Germany for the rugged demands of any hunting or shooting style, the new Conquest V6 with true 6x zoom and 30mm tube is engineered to reach beyond expectations. FL (Fluoride) Glass, enhanced T* lens coatings and LotuTec® protective coating from ZEISS provide industry-leading resolution and shooter accuracy.
Available in two models for long-range shooting: 3-18x50 / 5-30x50. Featuring new ballistic turret and ballistic reticles ZMOA and ZBR for long-distance hunting or shooting. For the hunter who demands versatility and uncompromised long-range capability, the ZEISS Conquest V6 is the scope that proves distance is nothing.
The non-illuminated reticle 6 lies in the second image plane, remains constant while changing magnification and is universally useable: The reticle is always clearly visible when taking quick shots at low magnification, yet stays very fine and only covers the target minimally at higher magnifications.
|Effective lens diameter||28.6 mm||50 mm|
|Exit pupil diameter||9.5 mm||2.8 mm|
|Field of view at 100 m||12,4 m||2,1 m|
|Angular field of view, real||7.1°||1.2°|
|Diopter range||-3/+2 dpt|
|Eye relief||90 mm|
|Parallax setting||45,7 – ∞ m|
|Evaluation adjustment range||103 MoA|
|Windage adjustment range||58 MoA|
|Adjustment per click||1/4 MoA|
|Center tube diameter||30 mm|
|Eyepiece tube diameter||45.5 mm|
|Objective tube diameter||56 mm|
|Coating||LotuTec®/ ZEISS T*|
|Water resistance||400 mbar|
|Operating temperature||-25 / +50o C|
|Reticles||6, ZBR-2, ZMOA-2|
- Constructed of aircraft grade aluminum
- Allows for 103 MOA elevation adjustment for longrange hunting and shooting
- Windage adjustment of 58 MOA
- New Ballistic Turret with Ballistic Stop and multiple revolutions
- ¼ MOA click adjustments on 3-18x and 5-30x, 80 clicks per rotation
Hunting optics are not a scientific instrument but tools which must function in every hunting scenario. If there is heavy rain when you are hunting, there is only one motto to go by: Persevere! The waterproofness of your optics should be the last thing on your mind.
Shock test with up to 1,500 times
1,500 g corresponds to the shooting load of the .460 Weatherby Magnum calibre.
Precision in the face of stress
When you’re out hunting, the optics are exposed to extreme forces whenever shots are fired with the variety of different calibres and weapons often fall over - ZEISS optics confidently brave all this and more during every hunting trip*.
*A test shot is recommended after unintentional blows or shocks to the target optics.
Waterproofing immersion test
Our tests simulate continuous rain and complete immersion of the optics in water, ensuring that all ZEISS optics are fully waterproof.
Washed with all waters
Hours of waiting in the unrelenting pouring rain when out driven hunting, or the necessary cleaning of the optics with a water bottle – ZEISS hunting optics are built to be used and remain waterproof even when things get rough.
Continuous shocks for 90 minutes
Even after one and a half hours of continuous vibration in different directions, the group of the optics remains unchanged.
Driving along bumpy forest and country lanes with the gun in the boot or navigating rough terrain on foot – bumps and shocks are a normal part of hunting. So it’s all the better if the optics are prepared*.
*After unintended bumps or shocks to the riflescope, a test shot is recommended.
Deep freezing to -40°C and temperature shocks from -25° to 50°C in under 5 minutes. In the climatic chamber, ZEISS optics are tested to the material´s limits.
From the Sahara to the Arctic
From the heat of the hut to the bitter cold of the outdoors, or hours in the blazing sun – ZEISS hunting optics operate reliably in extreme climatic conditions.
24 hours in salt spray
Side by side with metal test strips, ZEISS optics were stored in an aggressive salt water spray for 24 hours. While the test strips were covered in rust, the optics were entirely unfazed.