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What's up with the new CSX scopes from Kahles.  Anybody checked them out yet?  
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The Kahles CSX is by far the most advanced illuminated reticle scope in the world.  No other scope has these features.

  • Digital dimming technology for daylight & twilight
  • 3rd Turret illumination with spare battery compartment
  • 30mm riflescopes with non-magnifying reticles
  • Red ring indicator when turned ON
  • Memory capabilities in stand-by mode
  • Fast noiseless activation with ONE EASY CLICK
  • Multi-functional control unit located conveniently on the left side of the riflescope
  • Mechanical safety to prevent unintentional operation
  • Highest possible light transmission with the unsurpassed KAHLES proprietary AMV- multi-coatings
  • Lightweight & rugged
  • Industry's widest FIELD-OF-VIEW and outstanding edge-to-edge clarity allow shooting with both eyes open. Safe eye relief 3.55" (9 cm)
  • Highest quality materials built to the industry's tightest tolerances
  • Nitrogen purged, Waterproof submersible
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty*

They shocked the world with this technology and they are currently the only company in the world to illuminate the reticle in this fashion.  Most scopes use a mirror projection system to illuminate the reticle which causes a 10-15% light loss in the scopes performance.  Projected reticles can only be seen if they are turned on.  Kahles illuminates the reticle by shining 4 LED's into the reticle from the side.  The reticle pattern is etched onto the lens and lights up when the scope is on and appears black when the scope is off.  They can make any reticle pattern they want as opposed to just a dot or a plus sign.

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I want some info on the new kahles CL multizero scopes specifically the 3-10x50 and the 4-12x52.  They are in the new Buckmasters Gun Hunter magazine.  Prices aren't bad and they seem like real neat scopes.  Especially the way they match the crosshairs to the caliber, any caliber so that you don't need all that extra (dots, drop lines, etc).

 

If  anyone knows where to find some info I sure would appreciate it??!!?? 

 

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REVOLUTIONARY  BALLISTIC SYSTEM MAKES

LONG RANGE SHOOTING ACCURATE AND EASY

 

Cranston, Rhode Island (October  26, 2004)— In 2005, KAHLES will be celebrating “100 years of ballistic compensation technology” and will continue to set the standard in riflescope technology with the introduction of the revolutionary multizero ballistic system.  This new system, available only on the new CL 1” line of riflescopes, will allow shooters to set up to five different zero sight settings.  This turret system has range discs that are completely adjustable, which makes this system extremely versatile and useful for all center fire rifles, muzzleloaders, rimfire rifles and even shotguns.

            

This new multizero system is completely different from standard elevation turret systems, military ballistic cams or target turrets.  The unique features of this product are:

·        The KAHLES multizero system, a revolutionary “micro-mechanic” ballistic system that will allow users to pre-set up to five different sight settings on the scope.

o       Four individually adjustable “micro-discs” allow the user to set four additional sight settings in addition to their base sight setting (five total settings) on these new scopes.  These individually adjustable micro-discs make this one ballistic system work for any centerfire, rimfire, shotgun slug or muzzleloader hunting rifle.

·        Patented RPI “Reticle Placement Indicator” allows the user to identify the location of the reticle inside the scope after the sight-in process.

o       Note: This feature is EXTREMELY helpful since many firearm manufacturers and ring & base manufacturers do not have accuracy tolerances to mount the scope on the rifle straight.

·        An internal “micro-clutch” allows the user to disengage the turret from the internal erector system and reset the turret so the initial sight setting is at the beginning (the base) of the turret revolution. This micro-clutch establishes a “stop-lock” at your base sight setting so the user can immediately return to their base setting without having to look at the dial.

 


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Similar to the new Burris "Sako Quad Scope" and it is built for the Sako rimfire rifle package that features 4 interchangeable barrels in .22lr, .17 Mach II, .17 HMR and .22 Magnum.  The color coding matches the color coding on the Sako barrels.  You can sight in each barrel with out losing you zero for the other barrels.

 

The Kahles has better cosmetics.

 

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Chris,

 

Any idea when the New Kahles Multizero scopes will be available? How about prices?

 

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The prices were in Buckmasters rifleman.  They weren't to bad.  I should have posted them.
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3-9x42 w/ Multi Zero feature.....$969.

3-10x50 w/ Multi Zero feature.....$999.

4-12x52 w/ Multi Zero feature.....$1058.

 

Give or take a little.

 

Should be available early this spring.

 

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The cut away picture above shows the complexity of the micro clutch system used in the new Multi Zero scopes.

 

The picture with the running pig shows a good view of the CSX switch.  You pull it out to turn it on and simply twist it up to brighten or down to dim.  The switch only moves about a 1/4 of a turn before it stops so adjustments are rapid.  There are no detent clicks so its operation is smooth and noiseless.  When it gets to the brightest setting it flashes to let you know.  Once you get the brightness to the level you like, you simply bump the switch up or down and it turns the reticle off and saves the brightness setting, so when its time to shoot you simply bump it up or down and it lights up at the previous setting.  Pushing the entire switch in turns it off and erases the memory.

 

This new switch system combined with the way the reticle is illuminated is way ahead of any competition including Swarovski.  The Kahles CSX is setting sales records in Europe as we speak.

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