Swarovski Optik to Manage Sales of Kahles Optics

posted on January 18, 2017

Swarovski Optik North America will once again be handling Kahles sales and marketing efforts in North America, which means select Kahles optics will be available for hunters and shooters. The Kahles K16i offers a large field of view in the eye box, providing a clear image from edge to edge in the scope.

The increased field of view makes this scope popular amongst 3-gun competitors, as it allows for extremely fast target acquisition. Like most European optics, they are clear, durable and offer repeatable performance.

The illuminated reticle offers day and night clarity and is in the second focal plane. The oilphobic coated lenses means it will reject fats, like grease from fingerprints to stay clean and sharp. The low power variable scope is easily adjusted with an integrated lever that is easy to find and move. This is a rugged scope for tough situations at the range or in the field. It has an MSRP of $2,221.00.

For more information, go to Kahles.at.



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