Testberichte

Friday, 01.July 2016

all4shooters Test: MINOX ZP5 5-25x56 Zielfernrohr

Wenn Sie noch kein glcklicher Besitzer eines MINOX ZP5 5-25x56 sind, dann knnen Sie sich hier davon berzeugen, dass sich das Zielfernrohr in mechanischer und optischer Hinsicht bei den Groen einreihen kann und noch dazu einige interessante Detaillsungen aufweist, die uns im Praxistest berzeugt haben.

Bei einem Zielfernrohr fr den taktischen Einsatz reicht Hchstleistung in einem einzelnen Bereich nicht aus, das Gesamtpaket aus robuster Konstruktion, mechanischer Przision und Zuverlssigkeit, optischer Qualitt und nicht zuletzt der Ergonomie muss stimmen und der Hersteller darf sich keine wesentlichen Schwchen leisten.

Saturday, 16.April 2016

MINOX ZP5 5-25x56 tested in Shooting Sports magazine

2016 has been a ground-breaking year so far and started with me going Metric. For some time I have used a variety of units on a number of scopes but whereas it didn't bother me too much when hunting, my high magnification and precision optics were always M.O.A., no Miliradian. With new metric rangefinders and 1st focal plane delivered into my life, the day has come and I am now an mRad dialler, with 1cm@100m clicks on ALL my scopes and this was the last big decision.

I have shot this MINOX scope type for over 18 months now on several guns, my own personal unit going ont a custom Remington in 260.

 

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Tuesday, 26.January 2016

[SHOT 2016 Range Day] Review of the MINOX ZP-8

One scope to rule them all is how I would describe the MINOX ZP-8. Walking by their booth on SHOT Range Day, I was approached by a friendly MINOX representative who said, Want to see a cool riflescope? Sure! I responded. The MINOX representative handed me what appeared to be a low powered rifle scope. The representative told me to dial it up to 8 power, and dial it down. Cranking the scope up to 8 power, then dialing it down, I was pleasantly surprised when I dialed the reticle down to around 3 power and an illuminated red dot appeared on the reticle.

Wednesday, 23.December 2015

Optics REVIEW: The MINOX ZP8 Meets 3 Gun Competition

Christian Swann reviews the MINOX ZP8 for optics use in 3 gun competition.

MINOX USA introduced the ZP8 at 2015s Shot Show as their newest tactical line of optics. MINOX is a very old and storied German optic maker and has recently acquired Optronika, the German company that engineered the 3-1550 Scout Sniper Day Scope for the US Marine Corps. The new MINOX ZP8 1-8x24mm is the finished development of an Optronika design. I do believe you will start seeing this brand enter the US Market soon as the go-to optic for 3 Gun competition.

Thursday, 25.June 2015

Shooting Illustrated Tests the MINOX ZP8 1-8x24

MINOX is probably best known for its micro camerastiny devices that look like something James Bond would have stowed in his tuxedo. The German company has been around for the better part of a century manufacturing quality glass, and it has, at long last, entered the tactical riflescope realm with a complete line of scopes. The most interesting to me is the ZP8 1-8x24 mm.

Beyond its 8X magnification range, MINOX put an innovative reticle into the ZP8. Called the MR10, it combines an illuminated, mil-based reticle in the first focal plane with a red dot at the center of the crosshair in the second focal plane. Using the companys Complete Combat Reticle (CCR) technology, the red dot comes on when the magnification ring is turned slightly to roughly 1.1X and stays on until the power is increased beyond 2.5X, at which point illumination switches to the first-focal-plane reticle. This allows for easy target acquisition and engagement at close range using the red dot at low magnification, and seamless transition to more distant targets using the reticle, all by simply turning the magnification ring.

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