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I can hear audible clicks but looking through the scope, it doesn't appear that the reticule is moving. If you own a z24 please chime in.
 

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I personally have never been able to accomplish that with any scope, I end up moving the whole thing around too much to be able to tell if its the reticle moving or the whole setup.
 

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I tried like hell to see if the actual reticule moves when I rotate the turrets and I can't tell. Now I'm worried. Someone please let me know if you have a Hensoldt and if you can visibly see the reticule move while adjusting the turrets from one end of the adjustment spectrum to another.
 

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No, neither of mine do, and Ive used Zeiss, S&B, and Leupold in the past and they dont either.
 

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It does not move. It's optically (spelling?) centered.
 

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That would make sense. I tested the scope today. The scope is a brand new Hensoldt Z24. It zeroed fine and the rifle proved very accurate.
Yep, that scope was made in Germany so it has to work properly. The Germans would never make any product that does not work. It would embarrass them. My daughter and her family have been living in Germany for five years now. I hear stories every month about the cultural differences between Germany and America. Perfection is the standard for Germans.

You might get ridiculed for calling it a reticule.:wink:
Funny line, but actually the word can be spelled "reticle" or "reticule". Either way is correct.
 

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On that model it does not move. They are designed like new scopes. On the model 1 style you can see the post move as you turn the Knobs. I back out the locking screw for the small metal bracket and turn them 360 to make sure they work. On the older scopes sometime they stick and won't move. The clicks are also "finer" on the ZF making it much better plus you can illuminate it for $20.
 
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