- Maximum optical performance-field of vision, contrast and picture quality
- Exceptional repeat accuracy
- Precise and clearly defined click mechanism
- Parallax wheel integrated in the elevation turret (patented) 20y - infinity
- Innovative, patented TWIST GUARD windage
- Precise illuminated reticles in first focal plane
- Zero Stop
- Clockwise adjustment direction
The rugged K525i with its practical magnification range has been developed for tactical use and long distances. It is intended to help ambitious shooters to achieve records. The clearly defined, precise clicks, together with the exceptional repeat accuracy, provide highest precision and reliability.
Due to the unique KAHLES arrangement, all operating elements can easily and comfortably be operated with the intuitively preferred hand, without having to reach over the scope and without having to move out of the shooting position. The patented central arrangement on top of the riflescope makes right- and left-handed operation equally comfortable. Ergonomically the windage is ideally placed on the left side for right-handed shooters and on the right side for left-hand shooters.
The essential information on the turrets is clearly readable from the aiming position. The large adjustment range provides enough reserve for each situation. Consequently, at competitions, the shooter can fully concentrate on the essential.
The innovative, patented TWIST GUARD windage with its freely rotating end cover, reliably prevents an accidental movement of the windage. This simple solution does not only protect the windage from accidental movement, it also allows the shooter a fast and unhindered handling of the windage without cumbersome need of “locking” and “unlocking”.
The allen key for zeroing the turrets, numbers to those little, practical details. It is housed in the cap of the illumination unit and therefore always available. Hence the illumination unit can easily be opened without any tool.
Note: Hand selection refers to the location of the windage adjustment knob. Left mean the knob is on the left, which is ideal for right-handed shooters; right mean the knob is on the right, which is best for left-handed shooters.