Kahles unveils new K525i riflescope for tactical, long distance shooting

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The K525i by Kahles is offered in four models with an illuminated reticle design. (Photo: Kahles)

Kahles brings a new riflescope to tactical and distance shooters, introducing the new K525i model.

Available in four models — the SKMR3, SKMR, MOAK and MSR2 — the K525i sports an illuminated reticle design in first focal plane. The K525i offers a rugged design paired with a magnification range suited for tactical use or long distance shooting. Created to help competitive shooters tackle long distance shots, the riflescope delivers defined, precise clicks for precision and accuracy.

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The scope is both shockproof and IPX7 waterproof. (Photo: Kahles)

Its functional elements are crafted to allow for easy adjustments without forcing users to reach over the scope or alter shooting position to adjust. Further, Kahles equips the K525i with a parallax correction on top of the scope in order to accommodate right or left handed shooters more efficiently.

“The big brother of ultrashort K318i is the new flagship of KAHLES in the field of tactical riflescopes,” the company said in a press release. ”It combines in an inimitable way maximum optical performance and highest precision with unique handling and ergonomics.”

Kahles says the K525i will hit the market in August 2018 with a price tag around the $4,500 mark.

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Turrets are laid out so as to allow for quick and easy adjustments. (Photo: Kahles)

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