Zeiss Announces New Conquest DL Line

huntforeverzeissconquestdlHunters require precision performance and durability in the field, that’s why they have counted on the Zeiss DURALYT line for years. Now,  Zeiss sports optics announces a new successor to their already proven DURALYT riflescope line, the new CONQUEST DL. The DL line features three models: 1.2-5×35, 2-8×42 and 3-12×50. All are available with illuminated reticle #60 or non-illuminated reticle #6, offering hunters a perfect riflescope for almost any situation.

“The new design of the DL is loaded with features that optimize operation and performance that will continue the international success of the DURALYT,” said Todd Pearson, Vice President of Carl Zeiss Sports Optics. “No one in the industry has the engineering power that we have and it is proven by the best illuminated dot in the industry.

Made in Germany, the new CONQUEST DL delivers the same uncompromising standard of quality as their DURALYT predecessors, but with improved performance. The new ZEISS design combines outstanding ergonomics and precision mechanics. The fine illuminated red dot provides minimum target coverage and is designed for hunting by day or in extreme low light. These models feature optional ASV target turrets on select models and will allow shooters to range the target and compensate the bullet drop with precise clicks while remaining on target. Other innovative features include LotuTec protective coating and larger buttons with more room for fingers that simplify the usability of the illumination system.

CONQUEST DL 1.2-5×36: This lightweight model provides a wide field of view and up to 5x magnification enabling fast target acquisition for any situation.

CONQUEST DL 2-8×42: Slim, compact and versatile, its 2-8x magnification is the perfect choice for stalking game in rugged terrain.

CONQUEST DL 3-12×50: This slim lightweight and powerful model is ideal for still hunting or stalking game. It is also an excellent choice for intermediate and long range-shots, as well as hunting in low-light situations.

 

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