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Zeiss LRP S3 6-36x56mm .25 MOA FFP ZF-MOAi #17 Riflescope 522685-9917-090

SKU 522685-9917-090-Zeiss

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Description

Zeiss sets a new standard for long range precision with the LRP S3 6-36x56mm. Ideal for professional PRS competitions and long range hunting, the LRP S3 6-36x56mm offers a staggering 110 MOA/32 MRAD of elevation adjustment, allowing the shooter to engage targets at longer ranges and more accurately when compared to riflescopes of a lesser quality. The LRP S3 6-36x56mm’s turrets utilize Zeiss’s proven Ballistic Stop, ensuring an absolute and true return to zero, and an External Locking Windage turret provides instant access to wind corrections. The LRP S3 6-36x56mm impressive level of elevation adjustment and innovative turret design is perfectly complimented by the scope’s advanced optics. The lenses are made from extra-low dispersion glass, and are given a special T-Star multi-layer coating, which results in a light transmission of 90%. The lenses also feature a LotuTec hydrophobic protective lens coating to keep the lenses clear of water and condensation. In addition, the LRP S3 6-36x56mm features a powerful red/green illuminated reticle, which is easily visible in the day and is digitally controlled with five intensity levels.

Features of the Zeiss LRP S3 6-36x56mm:

  • 110 MOA/32 MRAD of elevation adjustment
  • Ballistic Stop turrets
  • External Locking Windage turrets
  • Extra-Low Dispersion Glass
  • T-Star multi-layer lens coating
  • LotuTec hydrophobic protective lens coating
  • Daytime visible illuminated reticle

Specifications

  • Item ConditionNew
  • Scope Weight:39.1 ounces
  • Scope Length:15.1 inches
  • Magnification Range:6x - 36x
  • Scope Objective Diameter:56mm
  • Scope Tube Size / Mount:34mm
  • Turret Adjustment (Click Value):0.25 MOA
  • Elevation Turret Details:Exposed
    Ballistic Stop
    110 MOA total travel
  • Windage Turret Details:Exposed
    External Locking
    50 MOA total travel
  • Parallax Adjustment:10.9 yards to infinity
  • Reticle Position:First Focal Plane
  • Reticle Details:ZF-MOAi #17
  • Field of View:20.4 feet - 3.3 feet @ 100 yards
  • Exit Pupil:8.8mm - 1.6mm
  • Eye Relief:3.5 inches
  • Twilight Factor:17.7 - 44.9
  • Light Transmission90%
  • Illuminated Reticle:Yes - 5 levels
  • Scope Finish:Black
  • Product TypeRiflescopes
  • UPC740035016217
  • MPN522685-9917-090

Customer Reviews

Average Rating
August 11, 2023

Additional comments. I chose this scope mainly for the 110 moa elevation range. When the rifle's scope base is 15 moa or more, you need more adjustment range to keep the lens closer to the center of the scope tube. Even my March scope has only 60 moa elevation adjustment range and with the 15 moa base, the elevation adjustment was max'd-out when sighting-in at a close 200yds. The 110 moa range gives my a 25 moa buffer towards the center of the scope tube.

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August 11, 2023

This is my first FFP (first focal plane) scope where the reticle changes size when the zoom power is adjusted. I've always owned SFP (second focal plane) scopes. For pin-point crosshairs against a black bullseye, I prefer the thinner reticle of SFP when zoomed up at 40x, 50x or 80x. For long range shooting, I use the Sightron 5-50x56mm and March 8-80x56mm scopes; excellent glass. Still getting used to the reticle being some very small at low power, and the fatter lines at high power. It is difficult to compare the glass' visual quality when 36x does not go to 50x or 80x. So, although the glass is clear, 36x FFP seems inadequate for shooting pin-point, under 2" groups over 600yds, ELR, or ULR shooting. I was looking to get the Schmidt-Bender 10-60x56, but I didn't need a 2nd mortgage. Except for the complicated, user-NOT friendly Zero-Stop setting method, the turret quality and ease of use is superb. The Illumination dial integrated with the Parallax/Focus dial is not user-friendly. Also, the battery cover is integrated with these controls where I've actually loosened the battery cover when I was trying to rotate the Illumination. I have to look each time when operating the Illumination or the Focus control. I prefer a button-type illumination control with tool-tightenable threaded cap. Not sure if the heavy-recoiling 50 BMG will loosen the cap. I added the Zeiss Sun Shade and Flip-Down lens covers which are great. This scope is mounted on my Armalite AR50 50 BMG rifle and will get tested throughly with some range time next week.

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