Zeiss Diarange

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Zeiss Diarange

Postby lordlardofframs on Wed Jan 20, 2010 4:01 pm

After many months of trying to justify the cost I have finally done the deed and bought myself a Zeiss Diarange for my FAC FX Cyclone

The optics are better than I had imagined (the scope is fixed paralax @ 100m) and it is now so easy to put pellet on pellet at any distance out to 120m by a quick turn of the ballistic turret

No more hold under or over for any shooting between 30m and 120m

I managed to use a full 12ltr divers bottle plinking at different ranges yesterday :mrgreen:
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Re: Zeiss Diarange

Postby requoil on Thu Jan 21, 2010 1:11 am

lordlardofframs wrote:The optics are better than I had imagined (the scope is fixed paralax @ 100m) and it is now so easy to put pellet on pellet at any distance out to 120m by a quick turn of the ballistic turret

No more hold under or over for any shooting between 30m and 120m

I managed to use a full 12ltr divers bottle plinking at different ranges yesterday :mrgreen:


You shoot up to 120 metres! Thats some distance, I would need to take a break while walking to the target. :|
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Re: Zeiss Diarange

Postby lordlardofframs on Thu Jan 21, 2010 10:57 am

You need to buy yourself a John Deere Gator :mrgreen:

It is invaluable when I am target shooting at 600m with my .243 ;)
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Re: Zeiss Diarange

Postby requoil on Sat Feb 13, 2010 1:53 am

I had to look up "John Deere Gator", but yes please.
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Re: Zeiss Diarange

Postby ian johnstone on Sat Feb 13, 2010 10:57 pm

I sometime use the 'Gator's big brother

JCB Groundhog :o 6 wheels :D , diesel, 1,000 kilo tipping rear section - (think of the number of varmints you could dump with that!).

http://www.jcb.com/products/MachineProd ... 108&RID=17
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Re: Zeiss Diarange

Postby requoil on Wed Feb 17, 2010 11:56 pm

How much do you have to pay your boss to work there Ian?
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