DDoptics long range rifle scopes
DDoptics rifle scopes - Engineered in Germany, made in Japan and finally assembled in Germany.
DDoptics long range rifle scopes are tested under the toughest conditions worldwide. Our scopes have to prove themselves in the rough and sandy nature of Namibia as well as in the frosty north of Norway. A particularly beautiful test area north of the Waterberg in Namibia has been continuously developed into a long range Eldorado by Hans Werner Erpf in recent years. Here, long-distance shots of up to 3 km can be practiced on various shooting lanes.
DDMP - DDoptics Match Precision
Tactical scopes for competition and long range rifle scopes by DDoptics offer adjustment ranges of up to 30 MRAD (DDMP). This enables ranges of over 2000 m to be achieved. Long range rifle scopes with 1/8 MOA click adjustment are particularly suitable for precision shooting up to 300 m and more. The legendary repeatability of DDoptics ensures that when the reticle returns to its original position, the aiming point remains in the exact same position (hole in hole).
IPOINT red dot - made in Germany
The electronics for the illuminated dot developed, manufactured and installed in Chemnitz ensure that the illuminated dot is always there if you need it. A state-of-the-art position and motion sensor registers every movement and the position of the scopes. 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. Rifle scope settings 1 to 5 are suitable for hunting with a night vision device.
V6 | Rifle Scopes
- Large magnification adjustment range V6 - 6x zoom
- Reticle TacA 1st focal plane
The Long Range 5-30x50 Tactical rifle scope is a high-performance lens with a 6x zoom and innovative technology. With robust frame walls of 2 mm, this optic is even above the military standard. The tactical reticle adjustment turrets are made of aluminum alloy and are free of all plastic parts. All aluminum parts are provided with the new DDoptics fine-black anodizing coating. Shiny components are avoided with the 5-30x50 rifle scope. The precisely defined, precise and hard-running T-click adjustment guarantees absolute precision and repeatability.
V10 | Rifle Scopes
- Gigantic magnification adjustment range V10 - 10x zoom
- Reticle TacA 2nd focal plane
The Long Range 4-40x50 DDMP rifle scope has a Mildot reticle standardized to 10x magnification in the eyepiece focal plane (2nd focal plane). This means that it always remains the same size when changing magnification. Even with 30x magnification, the center of the reticle covers the target by only 1.8mm at a shooting distance of 100m. The field of view is still 1.1m at 100m at this maximum magnification. The scope allow lightning-fast sighting. The reticle adjusts by 1/8 MOA (minute often angle) per click, i.e. by 3.65 mm at 100 m. This corresponds to a change in the point of impact of around 10 mm per click at 300 m.
Internal zero stop
After removing the turret caps of the reticle adjustment, the turret can be removed upwards by loosening 3 grub screws. Underneath you will find the zero stop in the form of a round, black disk. The zero stop is set after zeroing by loosening the (also) 3 grub screws on the zero stop disc. In the loose state, the disc can be turned as far as it will go without any effect and then fixed again with the grub screws. You can see the stop on the picture between the target and scopes. Then the tower is put back in the zero position and locked with the 3 grub screws. The zero stop now stops precisely at the distance you have shot in.
What fits better... 0.1 MRAD or 1/8 MOA?
Adjustments of 0.1 MRAD are preferred for so-called long-range rifle scopes with reticles in the 1st focal plane. Advantage: A wide range of distances can be set in a flash with just a few laps on the adjustment turret. A conversion between reticle and adjustment is not necessary.
1/8 adjustments, on the other hand, offer a much finer adjustment range, which is a great advantage for precision shooting up to 300 m. Of course it is also an advantage at a distance of 1000 m if a click corresponds to only 3.6 cm instead of a whopping 10 cm with an MRAD adjustment. But you have to accept the disadvantage that you have to "crank your way through" many laps in order to use the entire adjustment range. For this reason, there are always both versions of all sporty rifle scopes.