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Zeiss Conquest V4 #7677948 12/02/19 08:23 PM
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I have found myself up a creek and I am looking for a paddle. My wife shot my rifle that sports a VX-5HD and she fell in love, told me she needs that scope. She also really likes her Zeiss binoculars and I can get a pretty good deal on a Zeiss Conquest Z4 with MOA reticle (that's what she requested). Can anyone with experience tell me how well the Zeiss holds up and functions in low light conditions? All I can do is look through them at the store.

Re: Zeiss Conquest V4 [Re: Savage243] #7677955 12/02/19 08:28 PM
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I've hunted with a 3.5 x 10 x 42 for around 12 years. I think it is a great scope.
clear glass and have not had to adjust point of impact except when I changed rifles one time.
I would buy again if needed.

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Got 2 Zeiss and very pleased !!!

Re: Zeiss Conquest V4 [Re: Savage243] #7678264 12/03/19 02:04 AM
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Have a 3-9x50 Conquest on my wife’s 308 and its been a great scope. Works well in low light conditions and is good and clear. Been on that rifle ~ 5years now.


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