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Zeiss LRP S3 3" 56mm Matte Black Thread-On Sunshade 000000-2525-173

SKU 000000-2525-173-Zeiss

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August 21, 2023

(edit) Sorry, I accidentally reviewed the Zeiss scope in the review section for the sunshade. The sunshade is a . . . sunshade.

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August 21, 2023

I love the tactile feel of the turrets and the Zeiss glass is amazing! I did a brightness & clarity comparison of my 4 long range scopes: Zeiss LRP S3 6-36x56 ($2200), March 8-80x56 tactical long range ($3100 1st gen), Valdada 6-24x50 IOR Xtreme X1 ($2500), Sightron 10-50x60 SIII Mil-Hash ($1500). The 1st test: I set the power at 24x and compared the brightness at 100yds at a well lit object. Zeiss (brightest & clearest), the next 3 were very similar: March, Sightron, Valdada. The 2nd test the power set at 36x: Zeiss (brightest & clearest), March (better clarity then Sightron) but brightness was similar. The 3rd test the power set at 50x: March & Sightron were very close in brightness, but March was a bit sharper. At 80x (600-1300yds), the March was darker & a lower rez than I'd like, but usable. The brighter the sun and no shadowing on the target made a huge difference with the March. At 1300yds & 1-mile the target was bright & clear. I think at the current $4700 price tag, the March should have been brighter than the $1500 Sightron under all lighting conditions. The downside to the Zeiss (being FFP vs SFP) is purely preferential. I'm not a fan of FFP (First Focal Plane) reticles. The FFP reticles tend to be either too tiny (at low power) or too fat (at max power) for precision target shooting. Fine if hunting or shooting Gong targets. If I had purchased the SFP instead, I would have given it a "Love It" rating. I hope this review helps.

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