Deer stalking scopes by DDoptics
Whether in the mountains or in a field, classic deer stalking takes place during the day. A 56 lens diameter can therefore be dispensed with with a classic deer stalking scope. Modern rifle scopes like the 2.5-16x42 or the classic 2.5-15x50 are always a good choice for deer stalking.
Special requirements for the deer stalking rifle scope
Modern deer stalking rifle scopes are slim and have a low entry-level magnification, e.g. B. 2.5x and a high final magnification of 15x, 16x or even up to 30x. These scopes can be used for long shots, but also at short distances.
With parallax compensation from 10 m, images i. V. m. attachments can be corrected and focused. They are ideally equipped with deer stalking rifle scopes with a 50 mm lens for deer stalking until late dusk
The best all-rounders with a magnification from 1.5x can be used for deer stalking, for use with an attachment due to the extremely short design.
Quietly and carefully through the undergrowth, even at night
Of course, this also applies to a special form of deer stalking at night with an attachment. Here, too, large lens diameters tend to be a hindrance. It should be small and light, the scope for deer stalking. And still offer enough magnification.
In order to have more scope for deer stalking from dusk to night, a larger lens diameter such as e.g. B. 50 mm better advised. In addition, a magnification of at least 10x should be selected.
IFiber - Control
IFIBER red dot - made in Germany
The electronics (IFIBER) for the illuminated dot developed, manufactured and installed in Chemnitz ensure that the illuminated dot is always there when you need it. A state-of-the-art position and motion sensor registers every movement and the position of the optics. A controller interprets this data so that the dot is there when you need it and still saves a maximum of power. The monitoring has a self-consumption that is not higher than the self-discharge of your battery. Settings 1-5 are suitable for hunting with a night vision device.