Introducing the 2016 Zeiss Victory V8 Riflescope

Introducing the 2016 Zeiss Victory V8 Riflescope

The Zeiss Victory V8 will impress you with its numerous features and new innovation, setting a new standard in premium class optics. Whether a drive hunt, stalking game or setting up for a long-distance shot, the V8 is the best option every time: no riflescope has ever been this flexible and versatile.

This is primarily due to the Victory V8's maximum zoom and bullet drop compensation range. The Zeiss Victory V8 owes its outstanding image quality and target resolution to its unique transmission of 92%, fluoride lenses (FL), HT glass and the extremely wide fields of view.

The Victory V8 has also set new benchmarks in ergonomic excellence. For example, the world's finest illuminated dot can be easily and precisely operated, while the short and compact design ensures maximum ease of use. The new Zeiss Victory V8 is rounded off by the new BDC/ASV LongRange whose large adjustment range ensures maximum distances.


The Zeiss Victory V8 will be a great scope for the field this year.


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