The following is a press release from Zeiss
Carl Zeiss Sports Optics, the world’s leading manufacturer in high performance sports optics, is pleased to announce their partnership with Kimber Manufacturing, one of the industry’s most admired firearms manufacturer. With this partnership, ZEISS provides their industry-leading Conquest HD5 rifle scopes decorated in the Gore Optifade Concealment patterns to be packaged with Kimber’s extremely popular, lightweight Mountain Ascent (Open Country pattern) and Adirondack (Elevated Forest pattern) rifles.
“This project is truly special for the premium consumer,” said Mike Jensen, President of Carl Zeiss Sports Optics. “This partnership combines Kimber’s leading quality and engineering of high-performance rifles with ZEISS’s 170+ years of optical excellence. Premium consumers will appreciate what Kimber and Zeiss have accomplished.”
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These decorated models exclusively sold through Kimber, (6) different SKU’s of Conquest HD5 rifle scopes in both the Optifade Open Country and Optifade Forest patterns, are offered, for a total of (12) scope options. Scope offerings range from the standard 2-10×42 Plex, great for all-around hunting and shooting, up to the 3-15×42 Rapid-Z 600 and Rapid-Z 800, with ballistic reticles for mid-to-long-range hunting and shooting pursuits.
Pricing for the decorated Conquest HD5 riflescopes start at $979.99 for the 2-10×42 Plex and goes to $1,199.99 for the 3-15×42 Lock Plex. Kimber also offers Talley scope mounts, dipped in the two Optifade Concealment patterns, to round out the package.
Call your local Kimber dealer or visit www.KimberAmerica.com for more information on the rifle packages or Optifade scopes. To learn more about ZEISS’ award winning products, please visit us at http://www.zeiss.com/us/sports-optics or join us at http://www.facebook.com/CarlZeissHuntingUS.
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by Personal Defense World / May 8, 2015