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Posted: 12/16/2003 9:25:44 AM EST
I saw a Zeiss dot scope on BOTACH for around $400. Anyone have any experience with this scope? It has a solar power window to run the scope in the daytime, and has its own mount. There wasn't any information about the size of the dot or brightness levels. I'm just interested in information about the scope, and not about BOTACH. Thanks.
Link Posted: 12/16/2003 10:22:06 AM EST
I don't know about them first hand, but here are links to the Zeiss site with info. [url]http://www.zeiss.de/C12567A80033F8E4?Open[/url] [url]http://www.zeiss.de/C12567A80033F8E4/ContentsWWWIntern/7AEB2A30C8CADB8BC1256D91005C0B72[/url]
Link Posted: 12/16/2003 2:05:05 PM EST
The Zeiss Z-Point is the new reflex sight of the German Army for the G36A2. Those units who don't get the (better) EOTech get the Z-Point. I didn't had the chance to test it yet, there are only few available in some units at this time. Here's a pic of the Z-Point on the G36A2. The carry handle still has the 3x40 scope but now it comes with a rail on top. [img]http://people.freenet.de/shtf/G36A2ZPoint.jpg[/img] The G36A2 also has a modular handguard that takes a laser light device. [img]http://people.freenet.de/shtf/G36A2Handguard.jpg[/img] And just for fun ... the G36KV that HK made for Norway. [img]http://people.freenet.de/shtf/G36KV.jpg[/img]
Link Posted: 12/16/2003 5:55:53 PM EST
To Ultima Ratio Why is the EOTech better than the Zeiss, in your opinion? or why does the Zeiss come in second place?
Link Posted: 12/17/2003 1:38:10 AM EST
Good question, maybe I was too arrogant with that statement [:\] At least the Z-Point is cheaper for the German Army. If it would be better than the EOTech why do they spend more money to give the EOTech to the high sophisticated units? Like I said, personally I didn't had the chance to shoot with it yet.
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