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They were displaying their new ‘quick-turn’ turrets, which brings a system similar to the Schmidt & Bender, where just two turns covers 40 MOA of adjustment, or from 100 to 1000 yards – or maybe beyond, depending on your cartridge. Personally, I don’t look upon this as a ‘speed’ thing but more an aid to not making a total dollop by being one turn out on the turret – and who hasn’t done that? They have coupled this new turret with a ‘zero stop’ system, allowing a rapid and accurate return to zero and, to appeal to the military market – yes, you guessed, first focal plane reticles. Previously, the NF mildot reticle would only work as a rangefinding reticle at one magnification – which wasn’t the max. magnification. Not important to range users but critical to the military.


March www.marchscopes.co.uk and www.deon.co.jp/march March Scopes did not have a stand at IWA but they were on display on the Henke stand. UK importer Gary Costello just can’t get ‘em fast enough and no wonder – here is another firm listening to its customers – who are clearly asking for more and more magnification!


Who would have thought that we would ever see and 8-80 power zoom - of the highest quality? I got to look through an 8-80 at our last 1000 yard benchrest shoot and believe me, the optics are


The March 8-80 is equally at home on a tactical, F Class or 1000 yard benchrest rifle


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