Kahles K series rifle scopes are split into three types of rifle scopes. For the tactical use, the models K4i, K16i, K312i, K624i, K624i RAL 8000 and K624i MOAK, for sport shooting and target competitions the K1050, K1050 MOAK, and for field target, the K1050i FT and K1050i FT silver. All Kahles K rifle scopes have multi coated lens surfaces for best image sharpnes and highest light transmission rate. They come in versatile magnification ranges, big field of view, many reticle choices, are nitrogen filled to prevent dew build up at low temperatures, waterproof and what stands out - the unique in handling and ergonomic parallax wheel that's integrated under the elevation turret, and optional right or left side arrangement of the windage turret. All rifle scopes are designed especially to be used on the most powerful rifles in the harshest conditions.
Kahles K312i, K624i and K624i RAL 8000 rifle scopes come in the first focal plane, the turrets are double turn exposed tactical, with a pin indicator for the second revolution. The parallax goes from 50 m to infinity, with marks for intermediate distances. This rifle scopes have been designed for long range shooting and all their qualities have been tweaked to ensure the best possible results.
The sport versions of the Kahles K series, K1050 and K1050 MOAK feature 5 times magnification range and come in the second focal plane. The reticle is realy thin, so it is very usable even on long distances, and the clicks are 1/8 MOA for precise adjustments. The turrets on this two rifle scopes are multi turn, with a pin indicator that pops out more in every revolution.
For field target use, the K1050i FT and K1050i FT silver where specialy designed for shooting on small targets for up to 60 meters with a airgun. The reticle is in the second focal plane and it is realy thin. The scope features also fine tunable reticle illumination and parallax adjustment that goes from 8 to 60 meters. This scopes are not designed for long range shooting applications.
The Kahles K series rifle scopes can be mounted with 30 mm or with 34 mm rings.