Rifle Scopes  Kahles 624i on a 50 MOA base

spife7980

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According to this is has 86 moa of elevation adjustment.
http://www.kahles.at/fileadmin/downl...Catalog_us.pdf

86/2=43
43-50=-7 moa

Youll be 7 minutes away from getting a zero in theory. If your barrel is clocked a certain way in combination with your scope height over bore you may luck into it but I wouldnt try it. Personally I would go 30 moa cant at most.
 
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Any know if this is GTG with a 100 yard zero?

I spoke with my Kahles CS rep, to get you the most precise answer, and he replied:

"The total elevation adjustment for that optic is 25 Mils or 86 MOA. On my AR10 that I have a K624 mounted on, I have 14 Mils of vertical adjustment remaining in the scope with a 100 yd zero, which is 48 MOA from top and 38 MOA from bottom with a 0 MOA base and high rings (2.5” height over bore).

He’s probably going to be 8-12” high at 100 yds with a 50 MOA base and completely bottomed out on his ROA."


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    I have a 624l on an AIAX .300NM with 50 moa of cant and a 100 yd. zero. It has close to 24 mils of elevation. So depending on the rifle, it will work.