Zeiss Scope Conquest HD5 2-10x42mm w/Z-Plex Reticle & Hunting Turrets #5226119920000

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Designed for today’s demanding hunters, the CONQUEST HD5 features a superior 5x variable magnification range in the most compact SuperZoom™ 1-inch riflescope in the industry. In addition, optical enhancements coupled with traditional features such as the Carl Zeiss’ proprietary T* lens coating for unsurpassed light transmission and LotuTec® water-repellant hydrophobic lens coating will make this riflescope line an industry benchmark.

This compact riflescope boasts an extremely wide field-of-view in 2-power making it extremely versatile in most close encounters from dense cover to mid-range hunting conditions in more open terrain. The Conquest HD5 2-10x42 is parallax free to 100 yards.


  • Designed and assembled in Germany
  • Carl Zeiss T* and LotuTec protective lens coatings
  • Precision mechanics with 1/4 MOA adjustments -100% repeatability click by click and shot to shot
  • Reticle Z-Plex
    The equally fine Reticle Z-Plex also sits in the 2nd image plane. It therefore offers particularly precise aiming for long-range shooting in daylight. With the Z-Plex, the posts are in the shape of arrows pointing to the fine lines in the middle. This makes it possible to aim with great precision at particularly small targets.


  • Magnification:  2x - 10x
  • Effective Lens Diameter: 21.2mm - 42mm
  • Exit Pupil Diameter: 10.6mm - 4.2mm
  • Twilight Factors: 6.5 - 20.5
  • Field of View at 100 yd:  52 ft - 10 ft
  • Diopter Adjustment Range:  +2 | -3 dpt
  • Eye Relief:  90 mm
  • Parallax-Free in yards:  100
  • Adjustment per Click at 100yd:   0.25 inch - 1/4 MOA
  • Adjustment Range Height at 100yd:  80 inch
  • Adjustment Range Lateral at 100yd:  60 inch
  • Centre Tube Diameter:  25.4 mm
  • Eye Piece Tube Diameter:  44 mm
  • Objective Tube Diameter:  50 mm
  • Water Resistance:  400 mbar
  • Functional Temperature in °F:  -4 | +145 °F
  • Length 13.19 inch
  • Weight in Use 17.5 oz

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