ZEISS Conquest V6 3-18x50

The new riflescope from ZEISS with 6x zoom.

The lightweight and lean design of this versatile riflescope makes it ideal for medium to long-range shooting. It is also reliable and simple to use. A ballistic turret is available as an optional accessory. Reticle 6 and ballistic reticles ZBR-2 and ZMOA-2.

With the Conquest V6 riflescope, ZEISS has once again set a new standard in precision and long-range hunting and shooting. Whether for sitting or stalking game, driven hunts or long-range applications – the Conquest V6 with 6x zoom is engineered to impress in any environment or scenario. It combines legendary ZEISS quality and technology with field-proven design into one robust package that’s within every serious hunter’s range. With 92% light transmission, modern multilayer coatings and a wide field of view, the ZEISS Conquest V6 delivers incredible image quality and clarity, even in the harshest conditions and most challenging environments. The sophisticated optics are protected by a black, matt anodized aluminum housing built for whatever nature throws at it. Rain and trail-grime shedding LotuTec® lens coating and new optional ASV drop bullet compensation.

For the hunter who demands versatility and uncompromised long-range capability, the ZEISS Conquest V6 is the scope that proves distance is nothing.

ZEISS Conquest V6 3-18x50
ZEISS Conquest V6 3-18x50
ZEISS Conquest V6 3-18x50

92% Light Transmission

SCHOTT fluoride glass for a bright viewing image and optimum target resolution, and the finest resolution of details, even in the harshest conditions and most challenging environment.

The world’s finest illuminated dot

The secret behind the precision of ZEISS riflescopes is their ultra-fine illuminated dot and its extremely low target coverage. With only a fraction of the thickness of a human hair, the fibre optics system delivers the world’s finest illuminated dot – 3.3-millimetre target coverage at 100 metres is the breathtaking result. Pure precision for the smallest targets and the greatest distances.

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ZEISS T* Coating

ZEISS T* coating is a guarantee of the brilliant, high-contrast images­­ which you will experience above all in adverse light conditions and in the twilight. Behind it, however, there is no specific formula for building up the layers. Instead, it is a technology that is constantly adjusted to suit new glass materials and requirements, which varies from lens to lens.

Confidence in toughest conditions.

Shock

Precision in the face of stress

When you’re out hunting, the optics are exposed to extreme forces whenever shots are fired with the variety of different calibres and weapons often fall over - ZEISS optics confidently brave all this and more during every hunting trip*.

*A test shot is recommended after unintentional blows or shocks to the target optics.

Shock test with up to 1,500 times g-force

1,500 g corresponds to the shooting load of the .460 Weatherby Magnum calibre.

Waterproofness

Washed with all waters

Hours of waiting in the unrelenting pouring rain when out driven hunting, or the necessary cleaning of the optics with a water bottle – ZEISS hunting optics are built to be used and remain waterproof even when things get rough.

Waterproofing immersion test

Our tests simulate continuous rain and complete immersion of the optics in water, ensuring that all ZEISS optics are fully waterproof.

Continuous shocks

Tenaciously mobile

Driving along bumpy forest and country lanes with the gun in the boot or navigating rough terrain on foot – bumps and shocks are a normal part of hunting. So it’s all the better if the optics are prepared*

*A test shot is recommended after unintentional blows or shocks to the target optics.

Continuous shocks for 90 minutes

Even after one and a half hours of continuous vibration in different directions, the group of the optics remains unchanged.

Temperature

From the Sahara to the Arctic

From the heat of the hut to the bitter cold of the outdoors, or hours in the blazing sun – ZEISS hunting optics operate reliably in extreme climatic conditions.

Temperature shock

Deep freezing to -40°C and temperature shocks from -25° to 50°C in under 5 minutes. In the climatic chamber, ZEISS optics are tested to the material's limits.

Corrosion

Hard shell, hard core

When you go hunting, your optics are often exposed to aggressive liquids such as hand sweat and cosmetics. But thanks to a high-quality seal, these don’t stand a chance against ZEISS optics.

24 hours in salt spray

Side by side with metal test strips, ZEISS optics were stored in an aggressive salt water spray for 24 hours. While the test strips were covered in rust, the optics were entirely unfazed.

Performance

Magnification

3 – 18 ×

Effective lens diameter

28.6 – 50 mm

Exit pupil diameter

9.5 – 2.8 mm

Twilight factor

8.5 – 30.0

Field of view at 100 m

12.4 – 2.1 m (41 – 7 ft)

Objective viewing angle

7.1° – 1.2°

Diopter adjustment range

+ 2.0 | − 3.0 dpt

Eye relief

90 mm (3.54 ")

Parallax setting

Square adjustment range at 100 m

300 × 170 m

Adjustment range at 100 m

1/4 MoA (0.7 cm /100 m)

Centre tube diameter

30 mm

Eyepiece tube diameter

45.5 mm

Objective tube diameter

56 mm

Features

LotuTec | Nitrogen filled

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Water resistance

400 mbar

Physical

Operating temperature

− 25°C | + 50°C (− 13°F | + 122°F)

Length

338 mm (13.3 ")

Weight (without inner rail)

630 g (22.2 oz)

Weight (with inner rail)

-

Reticle 20 (Z-Plex) Non-illuminated

The equally fine Reticle 20 also sits in the 2nd image plane. It therefore offers particularly precise aiming for long-range shooting in daylight. With the 20, 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.

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ZMOA-2 Non-illuminated

ZEISS ZBR and ZMOA ballistic reticles feature fixed MOA subtensions. The number followed by the reticle name (e.g ZBR-“1”) indicates the distance in MOA between the hashmarks [Distance “A” – e.g. “1” MOA]. The hashmarks on the horizontal and vertical crosshairs can be used for windage and elevation compensation, and for target ranging, when used with the optimum magnification setting stated in the charts.

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ZBR-2 Non-illuminated

ZEISS ZBR and ZMOA ballistic reticles feature fixed MOA subtensions. The number followed by the reticle name (e.g ZBR-“1”) indicates the distance in MOA between the hashmarks [Distance “A” – e.g. “1” MOA]. The hashmarks on the horizontal and vertical crosshairs can be used for windage and elevation compensation, and for target ranging, when used with the optimum magnification setting stated in the charts.

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Riflescope Accessories

Tailored to meet your requirements.

For safe transport, simple sighting in or even easier handling - the accessories for ZEISS riflescopes offer you many possibilities.

ZEISS Hunting Catalogue

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