K312i

TACTICAL TOOL FOR PROFESSIONALS

3-12x50i

K312i I
  • K312i I
  • K312i IV
  • K312i V
  • K312i Mil Turret
  • MA K312i

The K312i sets standards in handling and ergonomics thanks to the KAHLES exclusive arrangement of its operating elements. It provides outstanding optical performance, a well proven magnification range and practical reticles.

PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

  • Professional riflescope with excellent optical performance and perfect click mechanism
  • Left side windage
  • Parallax wheel integrated into the elevation turret (patented) (25 m to ∞)
  • Precise illuminated reticles in 1 st focal plane

TECHNICAL DATA

Magnification:3 - 12
Objective lens diameter:50 mm
Eye relief:90 mm
Field of view:11.1 - 3.3 m/100 m
Diopter compensation:+2 / -3.5 dpt
Twilight factor (DIN 58388):10.4 - 24.5
Impact correction per click:.1 MRAD
Adjustment range (E/W):2.5/1.2 m/100 m
Parallax adjustment:25 till ∞
Tube diameter:34 mm
Length:376 mm
Weight:836 g
Focal plane:1
Illuminated:Ja
Warranty:10 years

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FEATURES
1st focal plane

1st focal plane

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Main tube 34 mm

Main tube 34 mm

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Adjustment direction CW

Adjustment direction CW

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Windage left

Windage left

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1st focal plane

1st focal plane

When viewing the reticle in the first image plane, the reticle size also changes when the magnification is changed. The bar spacing and the coverage range remain the same.

Main tube 34 mm

Main tube 34 mm

The main tube has a diameter of 34 mm which is the standard for tactical scopes.

Adjustment direction CW

Adjustment direction CW

Elevation and windage are working clockwise (=cw).

MIL

MIL

Clicks in MRAD. 0.1 MRAD correspond to a shift of the point of impact of 1 cm/100 m.

Windage left

Windage left

All scopes of the K-series have the parallax wheel integrated in the elevation. For right-hand shooters the ergonomically ideal position is on the left side of the tube. The illumination turret is on the right side of the tube.

Zero Stop

Zero Stop

The Zero Stop or mechanical stopping point is 3 or 4 clicks below the zero indicator and can be activated after having zeroed the scope. This feature allows to find intuitively and quickly the zero indicator (e.g. in bad light conditions) and to adapt perfectly to special circumstances, such as e.g. high temperatures or very close targets.

RETICLES
Mil7

Mil7