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Kahles K624i 6-24X56 LSW CCW SKMR3 10616

SKU: KRK-10616

Kahles K624i 6-24X56 LSW CCW SKMR3 10616

SKU KRK-10616

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Description

The K624i from Kahles is the ultimate precision riflescope for long distances. With over 100 years of experience and development, Kahles created the K624i which features the highest standard in optical quality. The high resolution, contrast, and 95% light transmission can make the difference between a hit or miss.

Made of the finest materials, the K624i will meet the most demanding needs and deliver a lifetime of wear resistance with 100% accuracy. With an ambidextrous design, both left and right handed shooters will find the parallax adjustment superior to all other designs. These features combined with unmatched optical performance and advanced reticle options are just a few of the reason why shooters are switching to the K624i.

Kahles K624i Features:

  • Left handed version available
  • Innovative parallax adjustment integrated in the elevation turret
  • Parallax adjustment from 50m to infinity
  • Illuminated reticle in the first focal plane allow safe distance and size measurements

Specifications

  • Item ConditionNew
  • Scope Weight:33.5oz
  • Scope Length:15.9in
  • Magnification Range:6-24x
  • Scope Objective Diameter:56mm
  • Scope Tube Size / Mount:34mm
  • Scope Turret Adjustment:.1 Mil
  • Reticle Position:First
  • Field of View:5.1-20ft @ 100yds
  • Eye Relief:3.54in
  • Illuminated Reticle:yes
  • Scope Finish:black
  • UPC708026106163
  • MPN10616

Reviews

Reviews for Kahles K624i 6-24X56 LSW CCW SKMR3 10616

Average Rating


by on July 18, 2016

Amazing optic. Better clarity and brightness than a NF NXS 8-32x56 or a SB 5-25 PMII. The turret clicks of this scope are very easy to hit perfect the first time, much better then the PMII again. I was always dialing over or under with teh PMII. I love the SKMR3 reticle combined with FFP. The only criticism is that I wish the illumination had a dimmer setting, as it would be helpful shooting at dusk. I have tried the NF and SB PMII as stated, and this is the best of those three. With this scope I could see my hits on steel at 1250 yards, and I couldn't do that with the NF or SB PMII.

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by on January 28, 2017

Overall excellent optic, alpha class all the way. Side by side with Razor Gen II 4.5-27; ATACR F1-T3; Steiner T5 the Kahles presents the most detail to the user. ATACR may present more vivid color rendition, but the clarity and detail of the Kahles is unmatched in the $3k price range, and I perceive it to me the most true-to-life picture. All of the features of this optic blend together to create something greater than the sum of its' parts. Weight is very reasonable compared to other tactical offerings, and the ability to make all adjustments with the left hand is genious. The zero stop is so simple it confuses people, rev indicator and turrets are absolutely great. Criticisms may be a hint of tunneling at 6x which while upsetting in this price range, really goes by unnoticed due to the mezmorizing picture. Next as stated by others, is the illumination minimum setting is brighter than it should be. The number of times that will cause me pain in real life will be somewhere between 0-1. The SKMR3 ret is aces as well, and the tiny dot in the open center is very appropriately sized at maximum magnification (unlike the IOR rets). To get a proper holdover ret with Nightforce or S&B the upcharge really makes the Kahles look competitive from a pricing standpoint, and when you stack up all the performance factors, it is hard to beat value wise in my opinion. The K624i leaves the Vortex in the dust, as good as it is. The ATACR is a good competitor, just remember you need a Horus reticle (that likely wont come illuminated) to make a similar comparison to what the SKMR3 offers.

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by on January 28, 2017

Overall excellent optic, alpha class all the way. Side by side with Razor Gen II 4.5-27; ATACR F1-T3; Steiner T5 the Kahles presents the most detail to the user. ATACR may present more vivid color rendition, but the clarity and detail of the Kahles is unmatched in the $3k price range, and I perceive it to me the most true-to-life picture. All of the features of this optic blend together to create something greater than the sum of its' parts. Weight is very reasonable compared to other tactical offerings, and the ability to make all adjustments with the left hand is genious. The zero stop is so simple it confuses people, rev indicator and turrets are absolutely great. Criticisms may be a hint of tunneling at 6x which while upsetting in this price range, really goes by unnoticed due to the mezmorizing picture. Next as stated by others, is the illumination minimum setting is brighter than it should be. The number of times that will cause me pain in real life will be somewhere between 0-1. The SKMR3 ret is aces as well, and the tiny dot in the open center is very appropriately sized at maximum magnification (unlike the IOR rets). To get a proper holdover ret with Nightforce or S&B the upcharge really makes the Kahles look competitive from a pricing standpoint, and when you stack up all the performance factors, it is hard to beat value wise in my opinion. The K624i leaves the Vortex in the dust, as good as it is. The ATACR is a good competitor, just remember you need a Horus reticle (that likely wont come illuminated) to make a similar comparison to what the SKMR3 offers.

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by on January 28, 2017

Overall excellent optic, alpha class all the way. Side by side with Razor Gen II 4.5-27; ATACR F1-T3; Steiner T5 the Kahles presents the most detail to the user. ATACR may present more vivid color rendition, but the clarity and detail of the Kahles is unmatched in the $3k price range, and I perceive it to me the most true-to-life picture. All of the features of this optic blend together to create something greater than the sum of its' parts. Weight is very reasonable compared to other tactical offerings, and the ability to make all adjustments with the left hand is genious. The zero stop is so simple it confuses people, rev indicator and turrets are absolutely great. Criticisms may be a hint of tunneling at 6x which while upsetting in this price range, really goes by unnoticed due to the mezmorizing picture. Next as stated by others, is the illumination minimum setting is brighter than it should be. The number of times that will cause me pain in real life will be somewhere between 0-1. The SKMR3 ret is aces as well, and the tiny dot in the open center is very appropriately sized at maximum magnification (unlike the IOR rets). To get a proper holdover ret with Nightforce or S&B the upcharge really makes the Kahles look competitive from a pricing standpoint, and when you stack up all the performance factors, it is hard to beat value wise in my opinion. The K624i leaves the Vortex in the dust, as good as it is. The ATACR is a good competitor, just remember you need a Horus reticle (that likely wont come illuminated) to make a similar comparison to what the SKMR3 offers.

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