Schmidt & Bender 2.5-10×56 Zenith Illuminated FlashDot 7 Reticle

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£1,650.00 £1,070.00 (ex. VAT: £891.67 )

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Schmidt & Bender 2.5-10×56 Zenith that won the iF Design Award in 2003 is a compact and at the same time, a very powerful scope.  With its magnification of up to x10 and a lens diameter of 56mm, it is perfectly suited for hide hunting by night and when hunting under poor light conditions.  Due to its rather short build, the scope is particularly suited for retrofitting on older rifles, and on already existing mounts.

FlashDot Reticle Technology

Schmidt & Bender 2.5-10×56 Zenith FD7 Recticle

In the field, the FlashDot acts much like the font bead on a shotgun, bringing your eye immediately to the target.  This is invaluable for quick reaction shots on running game of even charging dangerous game.  It is particularly well suited to bright and harsh lighting conditions, with the bright red dot providing a precise, easily seen aim point against the dark body of a moving animal.  While the FlashDot was first conceived for daylight use, our beam splitter now allows a single scope to function as a non-illuminated riflescope under normal conditions; as a FlashDot scope in bright light; and as a fully adjustable illuminated reticle at twilight.  This feature, included in all of our Zenith models, results in a single scope that is applicable to any lighting situation the hunter will ever encounter.  A digital chip built into our FlashDot scopes automatically switches off the power after six hours of non-use.  Just in case, an extra battery can be stored under the cover of the windage adjustment turrent.


Schmidt & Bender 2.5-10×56 Zenith

  • Exit pupil: 5.6 – 14.1mm
  • Twilight Factor: 7.1 – 23.6
  • Field of View: 3.8 – 14.2/100m
  • Eye Relief Distance: 90mm
  • Tube Diameter: 30mm
  • Objective: 56mm
  • Click Value: 1cm/100m

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