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ZEISS T-Series Reticles Answer the Call for Long-Range Precision

T-Series Reticles Meet the Demanding Needs for Shooting and Hunting at Extended Ranges

White Plains, NY – February 18, 2020

ZEISS’ new ZMOA-T Series Reticles cater to hunters and shooters reaching out to longer distances for precise shot placement on distant targets, smaller targets, and smaller targets at longer distances. From the shooting range, to competition, to long-range open terrain hunting, the T-Series thin-line reticles offers an impeccably fast aiming solution and pinpoint accuracy.

The thin-line reticles are designed to cover the least amount of the target possible while maintaining sharp and easily visible lines that create a distinctive sight picture and aiming reference.  This gives the shooter higher levels of confidence in all shots taken, no matter how far down range. Each hash mark represents one MOA spacing. MOA references are easily identified with even numbers placed adjacent to the main vertical and horizontal lines of the reticle for quick reference. The floating center point of aim allows for precise shot placement, and floating dots left and right of the vertical centerline allow for windage calls and confirmation of bullet impact without guesswork.

“These new reticles are what serious varmint hunters, long-range hunters and shooters asked for, and we could not be more thrilled with the outcome,” said Kyle Brown, Director of Marketing/Product – ZEISS Consumer Products for Carl Zeiss SBE, LLC. “These new second focal plane reticles eliminate the guesswork from long-range shooting and ultimately produces precise shot placement and more accurate groups. Having the ability to clearly see small targets, and hold precisely on target at high magnification is invaluable at longer ranges—this, matched with ZEISS superior glass and components makes for a best-in-class riflescope.”

The Conquest V4 4-16×44 model hosts the ZMOA-T30 reticle and the Conquest V4 6-24×50 model incorporates the ZMOAi-T20 illuminated reticle. With the illuminated ZMOAi-T20, only the center point of aim illuminates for ideal low-light reticle illumination management. The designation of “T20” and “T30” represents the MOA hash marks available below the horizontal centerline of the main reticle.

To learn more about ZEISS T-Series Reticles, please view the following videos:

ZEISS ZMOAi T20 Reticle Introduction and Overview

ZEISS ZMOA T30 Reticle Introduction and Overview

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2 Responses to “ZEISS T-Series Reticles Answer the Call for Long-Range Precision”

  1. jellydonut says:

    SFP? MOA?

    I don’t think you answered anyone’s call with this one, sorry to say..

    It’s not like Zeiss makes bad products, and they know what the market wants, so why didn’t they go all the way?

  2. Hayden says:

    Leica is already doing much better, I can’t imagine anyone serious about shooting long range would use a SFP optic. https://precisionrifleblog.com/2020/01/21/leica-prs-5-30×56-scope-with-prb-reticle/