BALLISTIC SYSTEM MAKES
LONG RANGE SHOOTING ACCURATE AND EASY
Cranston, Rhode Island (January 28, 2005)- 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 multizeroT 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 multizeroT system is completely different from standard elevation turret systems, military ballistic cams or target turrets. The unique features of this product are:
· The KAHLES multizeroT 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.
The multizeroT allows you to sight in a firearm at up to five different distances, mark those distances and then use the turret dial to move back and forth between those pre-set distances. These distances can be individually selected and changed at any time. However, if your hunting distances won't be changing but the species will, the multizeroT has the ability to allow the user to zero in up to five different bullet weights for one specific distance.
"We feel that the KAHLES CL line of riflescopes, with the exact yardage setting multizeroT system, third turret parallax, and a fast focus ocular, will be the most accurate multiple distance riflescope line ever produced" stated Mike Jensen, General Manager for KAHLES USA. "The new technology allows for the most accurate shot placement at varying distances since the scope is zeroed in at up to five different yardages. Simply determine the distance with an accurate range finder, change the dial and place the crosshairs on the target. Shooters will no longer have to guess and hold-over or calculate which yardage reticle line will get them closest to their target. This is an accuracy system, not a guessing or estimating system."
The new CL 1" line of riflescopes encompasses a 3-9x42, 3-10x50 and 4-12x52. Each multizeroT riflescope will come with a Kahles multizeroT key and step-by-step instructions. By following the four step instructions, even the beginner shooter can accurately take extended shots.
KAHLES, founded in 1898, is the oldest riflescope manufacturer in the world. With a reputation for high quality, durable Austrian hunting optics that is world renowned, KAHLES today offers American consumers innovation and performance that surpasses all other riflescopes currently being produced anywhere in the world.
MultizeroT operating instructions:
Always start sighting in your rifle at the closest desired shooting distance. Extremely flat shooting calibers should be sighted in at the trajectory elevation peak distance.
Unscrew the multizeroT protective cap (#2) which reveals the Kahles multizeroT turret (#3). The scope should be preset on mode "A". Sight your rifle in normally.
(If necessary, use the multizeroT key (#1) to turn the mode arrow (#8) to the "A" position - as shown in illustration 2.)
- Tip: If the rifle shoots low, turn the multizeroT turret clockwise to raise the point of impact. If the rifle shoots high, turn the multizeroT turret counter clockwise to lower your point of impact. (Illustration 4 mode dial 6 inscription for point of impact correction per click.)
After sighting your rifle in at the closest desired distance, use the multizeroT key (#1) and turn the mode arrow (#8) to the "B" position. With the arrow on the "B" position, turn the multizero turret (#3) counter clockwise until it stops.
- Explanation: In mode ''B'' the multizeroT turret is disconnected from the center spindle by a micro-clutch. Turning it counter clockwise does not move your sight setting. This process will position the multizeroT turret at the base of a full revolution of elevation adjustment so further distances can be set.
After turning the multizeroT turret (#3) counter clockwise until it stops, use the multizeroT key (#1) to turn the mode arrow (#8) to the "C" position.
- Explanation: Position C activates a stop at the end of a full revolution of elevation adjustment from your base sight setting. With almost every standard hunting caliber and ammunition, one full revolution of elevation will cover shooting distances up to more than 500 yards (depending on rifle, bullet, loads, etc.). See Illustration 5 for maximum range of adjustment in ''C'' mode.
In mode ''C'' move to your next distance and sight your rifle in using the multizeroT turret normally. When finished, hold the turret in position and use the key (#1) to rotate the lowest unused index mark (#5) so that it is aligned with the main index mark (#4).
- For additional yardage settings move to your next desired distance and repeat Step 4.
- Tip: Use Illustration 4 data table and manufacturers ballistic data table on ammo box for coarse adjustment.
All your selected sight settings can now be found by simply turning the mutlizeroT turret so that the corresponding index mark (#5) is aligning with the main index mark (#4).
Mode A - the scope is sighted in at 100 yards.
Mode B - activates micro-clutch so that you can turn the turret counter clockwise to a stop position without moving your base 100yds sight setting.
Mode C - activates a stop at the end of one full revolution from your base 100yd sight setting.
Order the New Kahles CL multizeroT today from SWFA.
Edited by Chris