Docter V6 Iluminated Rifle Scopes

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Docter V6 Iluminated Rifle Scopes

from 2,285.47

Docter V6 riflescopes are synonymous with quality and reliability for the precision shooter. V6 scopes feature a 6 times zoom factor, wide field of view, and a super fine reticle. Docter V6 scopes are suitable for a wide range of applications. The lenses are covered with a multiclean coating. The glass materials and coatings offer a high transmission levels along with bright, high-contrast, and edge-to-edge clarity. Docter is a name trusted by shooters everywhere.

  • Rifle scopes with 6-fold zoom
  • Extremely fine reticle for maximum shooting precision
  • External lenses with non-stick coating DOCTERmulticlean
  • Dimmable reticle, perfect for all light conditions
  • Intuitively operated, comfortable and silently working illumination control
  • High transmission performance for bright images
  • Large interpupillary distance offers the highest level of safety during a shot

Available in the following Models

1– 6 × 24 | The Hunter

The best of two worlds: This riflescope unites a reflex sight and a riflescope in one compact device. Thanks to the above-average zoom range, you are well prepared for mastering all driven hunt situations. The large fields of view on all magnification levels and the absolute precision even at greater distances contribute to this. 

2 –12 × 50 | The All-Rounder

This is how sovereignty feels like: Easy to handle and lightweight on stalking and for a mountain hunt, fast for raised hide on wild boars at night. Our all-rounder provides all properties hunters attach importance to – and like all DOCTER products, this riflescope scores with brilliant optics and precisely worked mechanics. 

2.5 –15 × 56 | The Specialist

No way for “no way”: This riflescope proves its strength even under difficult conditions – e.g. if the light conditions or long distances make a precise shot impossible. The 56-mm objective lens diameter guarantees sufficient image brightness even at largest magnification and with the maximum 15-fold magnification, you will not miss any detail even at long distances. A continuously adjustable parallax compensation ensures highest precision in case of large shoot distances. 

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The Hunter

  • Magnification: 1 – 6
  • Objective aperture (mm): 24
  • Ø Exit pupil (mm): 11.1 – 4.0
  • Field of view (m/100 m): 37.50 – 6.25
  • Twilight performance: 4.9 - 12
  • Adjustment per click (cm/100 m): 1.0
  • Max. adjustment range (cm/100 m): 400
  • Ø Central tube (mm): 30
  • Length at zero position (mm): 287
  • Mass without Z rail (g): 580
  • Mass with Z rail (g):590

The All Rounder

  • Magnification: 2 – 12
  • Objective aperture (mm): 50
  • Ø Exit pupil (mm): 11.1 – 4.2
  • Field of view (m/100 m): 18.75 – 3.13
  • Twilight performance: 10 – 24.5
  • Adjustment per click (cm/100 m): 1.0
  • Max. adjustment range (cm/100 m): height 274 | windage 168
  • Ø Central tube (mm): 30
  • Length at zero position (mm): 353
  • Mass without Z rail (g): 650
  • Mass with Z rail (g): 690

The Specialist

  • Magnification: 2.5 – 15
  • Objective aperture (mm): 56
  • Ø Exit pupil (mm): 11.1 – 3.7
  • Field of view (m/100 m): 15.0 – 2.5
  • Twilight performance: 11.8 – 28.9
  • Adjustment per click (cm/100 m): 1.0
  • Max. adjustment range (cm/100 m): height 219 | windage 134
  • Ø Central tube (mm): 30
  • Length at zero position (mm): 362
  • Mass without rail (g): 700
  • Mass with rail (g): 740

Integrated Z Rail Available as special order.

 

Understanding The Numbers

Scopes and Binoculars are specified by a combination of numbers such as 8×42 or 8×56, the first number indicates the level of Magnification (how close the subject appears to be; 4 times closer, 6 times closer, 8 times closer, etc.) while the second number is the size of the Objective Lens in millimetres. The size of the objective lens determines how much light the instrument takes in. A higher number indicates a larger lens capable of taking in more light which results in a brighter image and improved viewing experience.