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Minox ZV3 Rifle Scope - 3-9x50, BDC 400 Reticle

Closeouts. The Minox ZV3 rifle scope delivers excellent optical performance and increased light gathering ability at a great value. It offers a wide field of view at low magnification and up-close detail at high magnification.

Average Rating based on 4 reviews 4.750000 0 5
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Da30pt from Wisconsin on Tuesday, August 30, 2016
    Just put 425.00 vortex on other gun I think this is better.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Ole Texas Red from Texas on Wednesday, January 21, 2015
    Very crisp and clear. Would recommemd
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Ken from California on Wednesday, January 21, 2015
    The ZV3 3-9x50 is very close the optical precision of the ZV5 series. As far as rifle scopes go, a 50mm objective on a scope that weighs less than one pound is a rarity - even more so when you consider the optical performance. And the performance is indeed unexpected for a scope at this price. The ZV3 3-9x50 has proven itself to live up to the reputation of the ZV5 series, with astounding clarity and light transmission. There is very little chromatic aberration, and no rolling ball effect. The edge to edge sharpness is examplary. Color bias is about as true to life as any high end scope I've come across. I own many Zeis and Swarovski scopes and am hard pressed to see a significant difference, even at early morning or late afternoon light. This scope is a winner!
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Ken from California on Wednesday, January 21, 2015
    The ZV3 3-9x50 is very close the optical precision of the ZV5 series. As far as rifle scopes go, a 50mm objective on a scope that weighs less than one pound is a rarity - even more so when you consider the optical performance. And the performance is indeed unexpected for a scope at this price. The ZV3 3-9x50 has proven itself to live up to the reputation of the ZV5 series, with astounding clarity and light transmission. The is very little chromatic aberration, and no rolling ball effect. The edge to edge sharpness is examplary. Color bias is about as true to life as any high end scope I've come across. I own many Zeis and Swarovski scopes and am hard pressed to see a significant difference, even at early morning or late afternoon light. This scope is a winner!
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