K1050

COMPETITION SHOOTING WITH EXTREME MAGNIFICATION

K1050 I
  • K1050 I
  • K1050 II
  • K1050 III
  • K1050 V
  • K1050 VI
  • MA K1050

The K1050 has been specifically designed to provide optimum precision for competition shooting. Weighing just 31oz.(890 g) and only 17in. (429 mm) long, with its unique parallax adjustment, starting from just 9 yards (8 meters), it provides unparalleled precision.

PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS

  • Maximum precision for competition shooting

  • Perfect image quality, even at 50 x magnification

  • Parallax wheel integrated into the elevation turret (patented) (8 m to ∞)

  • Non-illuminated reticle with fine structure for maximum precision

TECHNICAL DATA

Objective lens diameter:56 mm
Eye relief:95 mm
Field of view:2.9 - 0.6 m/100 m
Diopter compensation:+2 / -3.5 dpt
Twilight factor (DIN 58388):23.6 - 52.9
Impact correction per click:⅛ MOA
Adjustment range (E/W):55 / 41.3 MOA
Parallax adjustment:8 m bis ∞
Tube diameter:30 mm
Length:429 mm
Weight:890 g
Focal plane:2
Warranty:10 years

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FEATURES
2nd focal plane

2nd focal plane

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Main tube 30 mm

Main tube 30 mm

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Adjustment direction CCW

Adjustment direction CCW

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Windage right

Windage right

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2nd focal plane

2nd focal plane

When the magnification is changed, the reticle remains the same size – although the size of the image changes, the size of the reticle does not. The subtensions change with the magnification.

Main tube 30 mm

Main tube 30 mm

The main tube has a diameter of 30 mm which is the standard for hunting scopes.

Adjustment direction CCW

Adjustment direction CCW

Elevation and windage are working counter-clockwise (= ccw).

MOA

MOA

Fine clicks of ¼ or 1/8 MOA for highest precision on large distances. ¼ MOA corresponds to a shift of the point of impact of 0.73 cm/100 m.

Windage right

Windage right

All scopes of the K-series have the parallax wheel integrated in the elevation. Corresponding to the standard the windage is on the right side of the tube. The illumination turret is on the left side of the tube.

RETICLES
MOAK

MOAK