Zeiss Victory V8 rifle scopes were first shown to the public on IWA outdoor classics 2014 in Germany. The Victory line of rifle scopes are the best Zeiss has to offer, and the V8 line of scopes are the most versatile for any kind of hunting situations. These scopes are made with SCHOTT HT high transmission glass and FL - fluoride glass, also made from SCHOTT. They offer 8 times zoom range, LotuTec® protective coating on outer surfaces and enhanced T* lens coatings which provides great 92% light transmission and great optical performance in a super zoom rifle scope.
The big advantage of these scopes is a very wide field of view, what makes it easier for quick target acquisition, and because of the new 36mm main tube, the scope has big internal elevation range, what makes this scope highly suitable for long range hunting. Because of the big zoom factor, these rifle scopes are one of the best all-round rifle scopes curently on the market.
The Zeiss Victory V8 can be optionaly equiped with ASV+ (ballistic bullet drop compensation) turrets, that can be easily personalized for a specific ballistic curve. The reticle in the Zeiss Victory V8 rifle scopes is set in the second focal plane, that delivers minimum target coverage at any magnification. All models have illumination, that is easily usable with gloves, and the motion sensor that is built in automatically activates and deactivates the illumination when the weapon is in a shooting position or not. Illumination in these scopes is very precise and sharp, and very fine adjustable for bright sunlight hunting to dusk or night hunting and it covers only 0,55cm on 100 meters.
Except for the Zeiss Victory V8 1.1-8x30 rifle scope, that is a wide angle model, has fixed parallax at 100 meters, and all other models feature a parallax adjustment turret, that goes from 50 meters to infinity. All Zeiss Victory V8 rifle scopes can optionaly be ordered with the Zeiss ZM / VM rail for easy mounting, which we highly recommend.
The Zeiss Victory V8 rifle scopes can be mounted with 36 mm rings, or with the Zeiss ZM / VM rail mounting.