The Z6 1.7-10 x 42 is an outstanding choice for all around hunting. The 42mm objective is sleek and slender and minimizes size and weight. The Z6 is the first ever hunting scope with a 6X magnification range, making an allowance for unsurpassed versatility. Extremely wide field of view, 75′ at 100 yards at the lowest power, more than twice the field of view of many other comparable scopes and more than any other.
Taking its cue from the practical challenges of modern hunters, the Swarovski Z6 1.7-10×42 riflescope is a perfect scope for all-around hunting. Hidden in the back of the elegant appearance of the Z6 is state of the art technology that has revolutionized the practical advantage of a riflescope. This version of the Z6 is outfitted with a versatile 1.7-10x magnification range and a 42mm objective lens, helping unite all of the different requirements for forest, field, and mountain hunting in a single tube body.
The Z6 1.7-10×42 riflescope permits you to efficiently hunt targets at several distances.
For example, the scope supports close-in hunting through its 1.7x setting and 75.6-foot field of view. Then again, must you wish to have to shoot at medium- or long-distance targets, you’ll be able to zoom to 10x for more accurate results. And that can assist you precisely line up your shot in all ranges, the scope offers an ultra-reliable BR reticle, which takes the guesswork of how high to hold your scope over a target.
The scope’s sophisticated lens optics produce optimum edge-to-edge sharpness.
Swarovski Z6 riflescopes offer numerous common features, including a 1.18-inch main tube, a quadratic or rectangular adjustment range, a series of microstructure grooves, innovative lens optics, and robust mechanics. The slim and shapely main tube–which is made of a rugged light alloy–fits each and every type of rifle, with a patented Swarovski Optik SR rail for simple mounting and high recoil resistance. The quadratic or rectangular adjustment system, meanwhile, permits you to enjoy a full range of elevation/windage even in the marginal areas of the adjustment range. The adjustment mechanism also includes a zero setting system, so you’ll be able to precisely adjust the point of affect without the use of tools.
The construction details are the scope’s true distinguishing features, Then again. The microstructure grooves, for instance, offer precisely defined ribbing, which prevents residual reflections inside the tube to produce bright, high-contrast images even in intense light. The sizable magnification range stems from the innovative lens design, a sophisticated, high-light-transmission optical system that produces a wide field of view, optimum edge-to-edge sharpness, and a steady reticle system. And to keep it all together, Swarovski added such robust mechanics as a coil spring system that delivers excellent shot-by-shot precision, shock-resistance even with large-caliber rifles, a nitrogen-filled body to prevent fogging, and a waterproof exterior that’s secure to depths of up to 13 feet. All Swarovski riflescopes carry a life-time warranty.
The scope comes with a BR reticle for precise aiming.
- Magnification: 1.7-10x
- Objective lens: 16 to 42mm
- Exit pupil 9.6 to 4.2mm
- Exit pupil distance: 3.74 inches
- Field of view: 75.6 to 12.6 feet at 1,000 yards
- Field of view (degrees): 14.3 to 2.4 degrees
- Subjective field of view (apparent): 23.7 degrees
- Dioptric compensation: -3 to +2
- Transmission: 90 percent
- Twilight factor acc. To DIN 58388: 4.7 to 20.5
- Impact point cord. per click: 0.36 inches at 100 yards
- Max elevation/windage adjustment range: 54 inches at 100 yards
- Objective filter thread: M 44×0.75
- Length: 12.63 inches
- Weight: 16.6 ounces
- Central tube diameter: 1.18 inches
- Warranty: Limited lifetime
About Swarovski Optik
Even if founded in 1949, Swarovski Optik’s roots in reality trace all of the as far back as 1895, when Austrian Daniel Swarovski–who invented the world’s first electric grinding machine for jewelry stones–established the circle of relatives-owned Swarovski Crystal in the province of Tyrol. Since then, the name Swarovski has grow to be synonymous all over the world with the clearest crystal, precision grinding, and a brilliant spirit of innovation, as the original enterprise continued branching out into additional lines of business.
Swarovski Optik owes its rise to Wilhelm Swarovski, son of the original founder and an avid hobby astronomer, who made up our minds to build his own improved binocular in 1935 at a mere 17 years of age. With get right of entry to to the specialized glass production and finishing technologies already used to manufacture jewelry stones in his father’s factory, Wilhelm managed to develop a novel prism fabrication and grinding process that he applied in constructing his first 6×30 binocular. Wilhelm went on to found Swarovski Optik KG in Absam, Tyrol, in 1949, thus laying the foundation for a sports optics company with a global reputation. His company’s first serial product, the Habicht 7×42, is still an industry standard in the field of hunting optics and continues to be produced in the most productive tradition of its founder.
High-quality all-around riflescope with 1.7-10x magnification range
75.6-foot field of view @ 1,000 yards; 3.74 inches of eye relief
1.18-inch main tube with patented rail for simple mounting
High-light-transmission system produces edge-to-edge sharpness; BR reticle
Measures 12.63 inches long and weighs 16.6 ounces; lifetime warranty