Blaser rifle scopes were first shown to the public on SHOT SHOW 2018 and IWA outdoor classics 2018 in Nürnberg Germany. This series of rifle scopes is also the first step from Blaser in this field, and with one series they offer rifle scopes for all hunting scenarios.
These rifle scopes are made by the German company GSO (German Sports Optics), which has many experiences in the field of optics. In the Infinity series of rifle scopes, only the best glass is used, like the SCHOTT HT (High Transmission) or FL – fluoride glass. All lens inside these rifle scopes are fully multi-coated to maximize the light transmission, resolution, and contrast of the picture. The light transmission of these rifle scopes is over 90%.
Currently, there are 3 different rifle scopes in this series, the Infinity 1-7x28, which is a wide angle rifle scope for driven hunting, the Infinity 2.8-20x50 which is an all-rounder for almost any hunting situation, and at least their big brother, the Infinity 4-20x58. This rifle scope is specifically designed for hunting in low light conditions, and because of it's big objective lens it catches approximately 7% more light than the smaller all-rounder – Infinity 2.8-20x50.
All 3 rifle scopes have a big 36mm main tube diameter for more elevation, ruggedness and more space for the high-quality optical components. They have lockable elevation and windage turrets, but they are not lockable at any position. This is also a handy feature, because many hunters forget to adjust their scopes back to zero after a shot on a longer distance. These turrets prevent locking at other elevation, so the hunter instantly knows that he has to adjust the turret back to zero.
The wide angle rifle scope Infinity 1-7x28 has a true 1x magnification, which makes it much easier to aim at a target with both eyes open. Because of this feature, the target acquisition can be much quicker. This rifle scope has fixed parallax at 100 meters (109 yards), and like other two scopes, also this one features locking turrets with 0.1 MIL of adjustment per click (1 cm on 100 meters). Because of its bigger objective lens diameter (against the competition) of 28 mm, this rifle scope can be used also in the twilight. This rifle scope has a very big field of view, which is almost 41 meters on 1x magnification.
The bigger two rifle scopes from this series have an adjustable parallax turret, which goes from 50 meters to infinity, and also this turret has a locking function on exactly 100 meters (109 yards). All 3 rifle scopes have the reticle set in the first focal plane, so it gets thicker when magnifying, and gets thinner when going to a lower magnification. All 3 rifle scopes feature also a reticle illumination, which is designed for low light use, but it is also daytime bright. The Infinity 1-7x28 rifle scope has also an additional feature, the IVD (Intelligent Variable Dot), which automatically activates the illuminated dot for driven hunts.
All Blaser infinity rifle scopes are made with a Zeis ZM/VM rail for easier, tension free and 100% vertical mounting on the receiver.
The Blaser Infinity rifle scopes can only be mounted the Zeiss ZM / VM rail mounting.