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Guys,

I'm putting a collection of Encore barrels together and have a question regarding the Kahles Multizero scope.  Can I, by using QD mounts, use the same scope on two different calilbers for my Encore?  I know it can be done with different bullet weights on the same rifle but what about two different platforms?I'm going to have a 260 Remington and a 270 WSM built and would like the ability to use the Kahles scope if it can be done.  Can this be done?

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http://www.opticstalk.com/search.asp?KW=Kahles&SM=1& SI=PT&FM=0&OB=1

 

Not sure this will help, but heres a try....

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Many thanks.  It sure validates my thoughts on Kahles quality.

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Go to Kahles website and download the "Multizero" video, it goes into detail on how the multizero works and how it is adjusted. Once you get on there homepage, look over on the far right side for the video download, its not labeled Multizero.

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You should be able to since the scope requires you to manually zero in each position.  Those zeros are locked into the scope. 

 

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Thats what it is designed for. Only problem that could occur is if you had two different barrel diameters that cause the same rings not to work for clearance. As for the different calibers it's like Ranburr stated. You manually zero each zero and lock it in place. It's like having five scopes in one.

 

 

 

Multizero - Any cabiler. Any Distance. Dead on.

 

Kahles innovative multizero micromechanics allows the shooter to zero the riflescope in at up to five different shotting distances. If longer shooting distances are not required, multizero micromechanics may also be used to zero in different bullet types/loads at one particular shooting distance.

 

Mode A: Standard turret mode.

 

Mode B: Micro-clutch disconnects turret from spindle. Mode B defines a fully adjustable elevation window of one full revolution from base zero setting. Mode B is used only one time during the multi yardage sighting in process - to set the base sight setting.

 

Mode C: Multizero mode allows four additional sight settings for further shooting distances using four independently adjustable index rings - always aiming right through the center of the crosshair. Fine clicks between the fully adjustable index marks allow total flexibility and tightest groups under field conditions.

 

MultiKey: The Kahles multiKey securely locks the base zero setting in multizero mode and prevents unintentional changes. No key is required for field operation of the scope or adjusting the multizero index marks.

 

Reticle Placement Indicator: The unique Kahles Reticle placement indicator warns the user if the scope/rifle combination is not properly mounted or properly mounted or properly aligned.

 

 

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Many thanks guys!
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