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    Dig out my sr9tc hasn’t seen any sun light for maybe 10yrs.
    I picked it up from a physician who who purchased it brand new and only fired 10rds and put it away.
    The scope Kahles zf 84 10x and its strange, he remembered buying when he got the gun but couldn’t remember if it was new or used at the time. The retical is the strange part I’ll post a picture, its some sort of range finding sniper retical based off of a mans shoulder width at 100-1,000 meters. The cross hairs are not center it’s in the bottom right corner? Not even sure how this would be accurate?
    Anyone ever see this scope retical before?
    The turret has a code on it for bullet weight but couldn’t find mine on the interwebs ? Anyone know is it 168-175 or 190gr.
    Anyways here she is !

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    Definitely not an authority on scopes but it looks to me like somebody adjusted the windage all the way to one side, maybe that’s why he only fired 10 rounds and put it away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 21HK View Post
    Definitely not an authority on scopes but it looks to me like somebody adjusted the windage all the way to one side, maybe that’s why he only fired 10 rounds and put it away.
    I thought that myself but after some searching it looks like that are made this way ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by yammx125 View Post
    Dig out my sr9tc hasn’t seen any sun light for maybe 10yrs.
    I picked it up from a physician who who purchased it brand new and only fired 10rds and put it away.
    The scope Kahles zf 84 and its strange, he remembered buying when he got the gun but couldn’t remember if it was new or used at the time. The retical it the strange part I’ll post a picture, it some sort of range finding sniper retical based of shoulder width at 100-1,000 meters. The cross hairs are not center it’s in the bottom right corner? Not even sure how this would be accurate?
    Anyone ever see this scope retical before?
    Anyways here she is !

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    Sweeeeeeeeeet!!!

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    They are made that way, but I have no idea how to use it. I've been looking for a T reticle for a sporter Mauser and I haven't seen that one on any of the ones I've seen for sale. It's not shown in the user manual (or at least the commercial user manual). I wonder where it came from. Beautiful setup, btw.

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    No idea about the scope, but that sure is a beautiful rifle!! I like all the HK roller locking rifles and pistols. Definitely a keeper.

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    very nice...thanks for sharing! i've always thought this would be the 2nd best next to a psg1.

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    Older Khales scopes have a moving reticle. It is either run off to the edge, or sprung.

    My ZF69 worked the same way.

    It is definitely worth having looked at by a pro scope shop..

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    Looks very good with that stock and grip. Hopefully the helpful scope gurus can chime in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conelrad View Post
    Older Khales scopes have a moving reticle. It is either run off to the edge, or sprung.

    My ZF69 worked the same way.

    It is definitely worth having looked at by a pro scope shop..

    DG
    Thanks do you know the codes for the cam/turret bullet weight ?

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