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FS: 2012 “MOUNT’EM UP” AR Scope Free Mount Promotion


2012 “MOUNT’EM UP” AR Scope
Free Mount Promotion


Description             Product #        MAP for Product                    Type of  Free Mount
M223
1-4×20 Matte Point Blank – 8485 – $289.95 – M223 XR Mount
2-8×32 Matte Nikoplex – 8486 – $329.95 – M223 XR Mount
2-8x 32 Matte BDC 600 – 8487 – $349.95 – M223 XR Mount
3-12x42SF Matte Nikoplex – 8488 – $449.95 – M223 XR Mount
3-12x42SF Matte BDC 600 - 8489 – $459.95 – M223 XR Mount

P-223
3×32 Matte BDC Carbine (1/2”Adj.) – 8496 – $149.95 – P-Series Mount
3-9×40 BDC 600 (1/4”Adj.) – 8497 – $199.95 – P-Series Mount

P-22
2-7×32 Nikoplex (Extra Turret) – 8498 – $179.95 – P-Series Mount
2-7×32 Matte BDC 150 – 8499 – $179.95 -P-Series Mount

Cork’s Outdoors Pride Fowler Industries, Inc. RR-600-1 Rifle Scope [Product Review/Radio Interview]

Glass it’s all about the glass. That’s what everyone tells you about picking an excellent rifle scope. The problem is that to really appreciate what that means, you need to take it out into the field.

Sure, you can see across the sporting goods store and see what a mounted elk or deer looks like, quartered by the reticle. You can even walk outside and check the scope in natural light out on the street. But, it’s the evaluating in the field that really tells of the quality of a scope you’ve put on your rifle. And, contrary to what you may think I find that that when checking glass, it’s not the long shots that indicate glass quality, but the close ones in the brush.

This is for two important reasons: clear definition of reticle against distraction, such as branches and vines; and light transmission in low-light conditions. What I was reminded on a pig hunt in Northern California awhile back is that the RR-600-1 3-9X42mm Rapid Reticle scope not only has an impressive lens system, but everything about the scopes is high quality and of excellent durability. Were this scope available twenty years ago, it would have easily been in the $2,500 to $3,500 range. That was before prices dropped because China got into the market with some very good components and opened opportunities for a number of scope manufacturers over the years.

What PFI has done is stay true to the “high quality at a reasonable price” philosophy that scope manufacturers on the Pacific side followed as compared to the heavily unionized competitors in Europe, who charge an arm and leg for optics that if it weren’t for their two-to-three-hundred-year-old brand doing the selling the price would be much, much lower. PFI stuck to standards of glass that negated China, and remained true to Japanese glass. No one in Asia, or most of the rest of the world for that matter, makes glass as good as the Japanese. Anyone who has ever had to work professionally with a camera can attest to that, whether your loyalties fit Nikon or Canon.  Like all good scopes, the PFI glass is multi-coated: contrary to the myths perpetrated by German and Austrian scope sales reps in the 1980s and early 1990s, that many gun writers bought into, it’s the lens and types of lens coatings that improve your ability to see in twilight, not whether you’ve got a humongous objective bell and a 30 mm tube. There are reasons for a 30 mm but they revolve more around adjustments than use once the scope is set…especially if you don’t need to make  turret adjustments, like come-ups, on a more traditional long-range scope.

The tube is black anodized 6061 T6 aluminum tubing, which is not only strong but light. But, as I say, what is it about PFI that makes their scopes unique and above so many? It’s the reticle.

The innovative and fast RR-600 Rapid Reticle

If you were introduced to long-range shooting in the military post-Vietnam, likely you went through some training in mildot. It was a number of calculations to determine angles and distances. It was not fast, even for the fastest. The Rapid Reticle on the other hand, is fast and accurate!

Their reticle design is based on the premise that a variety of cartridges deliver a bullet trajectory that can be grouped with others. For example, a 150gr. .30-06 is similar to a 150gr.  .308 Winchester, and a 150gr. .280 Remington.  Based on this premise, John Pride and Mickey Fowler, both winners of the Bianchi Cup, designed the Rapid Reticle to not only provide ranging, but also ballistic drop compensation. What they did that was innovative, getting away from the way it was normally done with mildot for range estimation and turret come-ups for compensating for bullet drop.

They took trajectories and grouped them. For the RR-600 it was a number of common hunting rounds. For the RR-800 and RR-900, it was a collection of trajectory compatible military rounds used in the military sniping community. From this data, they designed a reticle for each line of scopes that enables the shooter to simply adjust for drop by laying the range-corresponding stadia line on the target. Though the RR-600 doesn’t have range estimation, the RR-900 does. This was accomplished was by integrating the Rapid Ranging system.

The Rapid Ranging system is based on the average head being nine inches tall. By measuring a nine-inch target with the bracket system on the RR-CQLR-1, or the head-and-shoulder Rapid Ranging system on the RR-900-1, you can easily discern your target’s distance. Reports from the hunting field and the battlefield have been excellent: a number of endorsements which are on their site. It’s a scope that that can be used to get an SDM (squad designated marksman) qualified for long-range shooting in a fraction of the time that it would take get a sniper qualified on the standard milidot and turret system.

Not only a good looking and functioning scope system, it’s just plain simple.  And when there’s a lot of stress, as in combat, or even the jitters that might hit a hunter during that moment of truth, the better it is to not have to fiddle with a lot of things like calculations and making sure you gone through the process of doing your come-ups. It’s one thing to be on a hunt when you’re calm and in charge of time. It’s another when your team has been ambushed and you’re suddenly on counter-sniper detail: the Rapid Reticle and Rapid Ranging system earn their bars on this one.

Three-shot groups for 200 yards, 300 yards, and 400 yards at 100 yards for a .280 Remington

So simple, all you have to do with the RR-600 is sight it in at 200 yards, check for 400 yards, and you’re ready to go. I sighted in for 200 yards at 100 yards and then walked my rounds up the paper to see the variations per each stadia line. As a kid with his first 4-plex-reticled scope back in the late 1970s, the innovations in the market have been stupendous, but not in a long while has a manufacturer come out with something as fast, accurate and durable as the Pride Fowler Industries Rapid Reticle line of scopes.

Happily, you won’t have to make sure you’ve got change in your pocket, either! Don’t you just hate being at the range and realizing after searching your pocket that you’ll have to ask some next to you if they’ve got change, or you’ll have to use one of the screwdrivers that becaue of its shape will automatically scratch or mar the notch in the top of the turret in order to make elevation and windage adjustments to get zeroed? The designers at PFI made sure that all you have to do is unscrew and remove the turret covers and adjust by turning the adjustments with your fingers–now how sensible and forward-thinking is that? I’m still wondering who in the world was the ning-nong who came up with the penny or dime slots for getting your scope on target.

No more digging in your pockets for change!

Also, as everyone knows, wind can kill a good shot. The RR-600 stadia line lengths help compensate for left and right winds up to 10 miles per hour.

That’s not to say that when you’re out in the field you can extend the range of your “hail Marys”. What it does enable is the opportunity to make very accurate shots out at ranges well within the capabilities of your round, such as 200 to 500 yards. It’s something I’m looking forward to reporting further on this fall.

To get your own RR-600, order directly through their website: www.rapidreticle.com

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Horton Archery, Hawke Sport Optics Launch Ballistic Reticle Calculator

KENT, OHIO – Ballistics can be a complicated business for even the most experienced shooters, but Horton and Hawke Sport Optics have teamed up to eliminate the guesswork for crossbow enthusiasts. Their user-friendly, intuitive new Horton Ballistic Reticle Calculator (BRC), a free software program designed by a team of the most experienced ballistics engineers, promises to help Horton crossbow shooters of all levels stay dialed in and deadly accurate.

Horton shooters can now enjoy Hawke’s superior reticles with the added, accuracy-boosting support of this easy-to-use, highly effective BRC. Available as a free PC-compatible download and iPhone App, the Horton BRC is a handy tool designed to improve accuracy and make you a more effective hunter. It’s programmed specifically to compliment the new 2012 Horton 4X32 Mult-A-range scopes (SS300, SS310, SS311) and Horton Variable Power reticles (SS320, SS330, SS331).

The Horton BRC offers hunters easy field reference, increased accuracy and simple, intuitive navigation. It allows you to print trajectory graphs, reticle images and it saves your custom settings for future reference. It’s quick to download and easy to navigate, and it’s advanced software is designed to ensure you and your Horton are always on target. With all these features and more, the Horton BRC is all you need to hone your skills and fill your freezer.

Key Features:
- Choose a preferred, preset set-up suitable for your crossbow
- Adjust the presets to either work in metric or imperial
- Plot your crossbow’s trajectory and aim points
- Input crosswind for wind-drift calculations

Additional Features:
- Change zero distances
- Crossbow velocity and wind-drift
- Magnification
- Estimated deterioration value (ED)

For more information on the Horton BRC (including system requirements) – and to learn more about Horton’s advanced Variable Power and Mult-A-Range crossbow scopes and technologies – visit www.hortonarchery.com/scopes-and-sights.aspx.

Contact:
Stephen Graham, Director of Marketing; sgraham@wildcomm.com; 810.919.8855.

Carl Zeiss Sports Optics Announces No-Fault Policy for New CONQUEST HD Binoculars and CONQUEST Duralyt Riflescopes

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CHESTER, Va., March 14, 2012 – Carl Zeiss Sports Optics, long known for its industry-leading, limited lifetime transferrable warranty, proudly introduces a “No-Fault Policy”.  This policy rollout is being initially offered to customers who purchase any new CONQUEST HD Binocular or CONQUEST Duralyt Riflescope from authorized ZEISS dealers in the United States or Canada.  Under this new No-Fault Policy, Zeiss will repair or replace any of these new models for free for the first five years of ownership if they are damaged during normal and intended use.

“This policy is being introduced at a time when customer service expectations are at their highest level in history. Asking consumers to pay for a repair soon after they have just invested a considerable amount of money for a high quality product is simply no longer acceptable.  We are the leader in premium optical technology, and we will lead the premium optical industry with world-class customer service,” said Michael A. Jensen, President of Carl Zeiss Sports Optics.  “Anybody who purchases equipment at this quality level always takes great care of it.  However, those of us who are serious hunters and birders are hard on our optics, and accidents happen.  This new policy simply allows those who purchase CONQUEST HD or CONQUEST Duralyt products to pursue their passion with extra peace of mind and maximize the enjoyment of their ZEISS experience.”

Customers must register all new CONQUEST HD Binoculars and CONQUEST Duralyt Riflescopes with Zeiss within 60-days of purchase to qualify for the No-Fault Policy and are then covered for five years from the initial date of purchase.   To register these products online, visit www.zeiss.com/register.  This No-Fault Policy is in addition to the limited lifetime transferrable warranty.  The new policy is available for original owners only and is not transferrable.

For more details on the No-Fault Policy and additional information on the new CONQUEST HD Binoculars and CONQUEST Duralyt Riflescopes, visit www.zeiss.com/sports or call 1-800-441-3005.

Contact for media and press relations

Shannon Jackson, Carl Zeiss Sports Optics,

Phone: +1 (804) 343-3608, Email: sjackson@zeiss.com

www.zeiss.com/press

Carl Zeiss
The Carl Zeiss Group is a leading group of companies operating worldwide in the optical and opto-electronic industries. Carl Zeiss offers innovative solutions for the future-oriented markets of Medical and Research Solutions, Industrial Solutions, Eye Care and Lifestyle Products. During fiscal year 2009/10 the group of companies generated revenues of around EUR 2.98 billion. From fiscal year 2010/11 onward, eyeglass lens manufacturer Carl Zeiss Vision will be integrated as an autonomous business group (revenues of EUR 880 million in fiscal year 2009/10). The Carl Zeiss Group now has approximately 24,000 employees, including more than 10,000 in Germany. The Carl Zeiss business groups hold leading positions in their markets. Carl Zeiss AG, Oberkochen, is fully owned by the Carl Zeiss Stiftung (Carl Zeiss Foundation).

Carl Zeiss Sports Optics
Carl Zeiss Sports Optics is a leading, international provider of premium sports optics and part of the Consumer Optics / Optronics Group of Carl Zeiss. Carl Zeiss Sports Optics, LLC is responsible for sales, marketing and distribution of its state-of-the-art binoculars, spotting scopes, riflescopes and laser rangefinders throughout the United States and Canada. The North American headquarter is located in Chester

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Burris Expands FullField E1™ Riflescope Line

GREELEY, CO – Burris has expanded its popular FullField E1™ riflescope line to include three new variable-power scopes: a 6.5x-20x-50mm and a 4.5x-14x- 42mm and a 3x-9x-40mm with 30mm tubes. With the advanced Ballistic Plex E1 etched reticle in the Fullfield E1 scope line, the guesswork is taken out of determining both trajectory and wind compensation. The sleek profile, precision and accuracy of the scopes in the E1 line make them favorites among hunters and target shooters, alike.

“For years the Fullfield line of riflescopes have offered the best value for performance in the optics industry, and our Fullfield E1 line continues this tradition,” said Rob Siemers, general manager. “Based upon input from our customers, we’ve added new models with features they want, from 30mm tubes to illuminated reticles.”

With its high magnification and large objective diameter, the new 6.5x-20x50mm E1 riflescope is ideal for engaging targets at long distances. This scope is equipped with the E1 MV reticle that is specifically calibrated for the .22-250 Rem. cartridge, making it the ultimate varmint scope. The 6x-20x 50mm E1 scope will retail for $449.

The new 4.5x-14x-42mm scope with 30mm tube will provide more light, therefore increasing your shooting time in the field. Additionally, the 30mm tube on this scope allows for a wider adjustment range for windage and elevation. Suggested retail on the new 30mm scope is $449 and the 1-inch model retails for $349.

The popular 3x-9x-40mm E1 riflescope is now available in two new configurations. It will now be available with a 30mm tube and with an illuminated reticle in a 1-inch tube. The illuminated reticle will enhance accuracy in low-light conditions. The retail price for both models is $299.

All the scopes in the Fullfield E1 line feature the upgraded windage/elevation knobs and a separate ring and eyepiece that readily accept flip-up lens caps. Internally, the scopes feature precision-ground lenses that are larger than the lenses of comparable scopes, allowing for better light transmission. The lenses are index-matched with Burris HiLume multi-coatings. The E1 line also features double erector springs and positive steel-on-steel adjustments for repeatable accuracy.

The new E1 riflescopes will be available at retailers nationwide in the first quarter of 2012.

Founded in 1972 and headquartered in Greeley, Colo., the Burris Company offers a complete line of premium optics which includes riflescopes for hunting, competition, law enforcement and military; handgun scopes; binoculars; spotting scopes; mounts and accessories. For more information, write to the Burris Company, 920 54th Avenue, Ste. 200, Greeley, CO 80634. For detailed product information, visit the company website at www.burrisoptics.com. Visit us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/BurrisOptics.

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New Burris Fullfield E1 Specifications
1″ Models 3x-9x 40mm 1″ 6.5x-20x 50mm 1″
Field of View (ft. @ 100 yds): 33 low – 13 high 18 low – 6 high
Exit Pupil (mm): 13 low – 5 high 7.6 low – 2.5 high
Click Value (ins. @ 100 yds.): .25 .25
Max. Adjustment (ins. @ 100 yds.): 50 30
Eye Relief (inches): 3.1 – 3.8 3.1 – 3.8
Length (inches): 12.2 14.5
Weight (ounces): 13 19

30mm Models 3x-9x 40mm 30mm 4.5x-14x 52 30mm
Field of View (ft. @ 100 yds): 33 low – 13 high 22 low – 7.5high
Exit Pupil (mm): 13 low – 5 high 9 low – 3 high
Click Value (ins. @ 100 yds.): .25 .25
Max. Adjustment (ins. @ 100 yds.): 80 64
Eye Relief (inches): 3.1 – 3.8 3.1 – 3.8
Length (inches): 12.2 13
Weight (ounces): 14.1 17.6

Contact:
Karen Lutto (830) 755-4308 karen@hunteroc.com
Mike Nischalke (703) 385-3595mike@hunteroc.com
HOC Website: www.hunteroc.com

Magni-Lever Power Change Ring Helps Record Faster Times

Overland Park, Kan. – With the explosive growth in tactical and competitive shooting, Millett has recognized the need for products that help shooters improve their speed and accuracy. A trusted brand in the shooting industry for decades, Millett has introduced a new Magni-LeverTM power change ring to help marksmen dial the appropriate scope magnification.

The new Millett Magni-LeverTM power change ring makes it easier and quicker for competitive shooters to change magnification levels and more rapidly acquire targets. The Magni-Lever easily attaches to the power change ring on a variety of scopes to help shooters make quick, precise adjustments when every second counts.

CNC machined from solid aircraft aluminum billet with a type II hard coat anodized finish, the Magni-Lever matches the level of precision engineering consumers have come to expect from Millet. The machined unit attaches with four Torx head screws and is designed for a precision fit.

The Magni-Lever is proudly made in the USA and available for an MSRP of $59.95. With ten sizes available, the product fits some of the more popular riflescopes on the market, including scopes from Bushnell, Burris, Leupold, Meopta, Millett, Nightforce and Vortex.

To learn more about the new Millet Magni-Lever, visit the product page online. For more information about Millett sights and its comprehensive line of scope mounting systems, visit www.millettsights.com or call 1-800-423-3537.

Bushnell Outdoor Products is a global manufacturer and marketer of branded consumer products based in Overland Park, Kansas. Bushnell Outdoor Products sells its products worldwide under the Bushnell®, Tasco®, Serengeti®, Bollé®, Uncle Mike’s Law Enforcement®, Stoney Point®, Hoppe’s®, Butler Creek®, Cébé®, Uncle Mike’s®, Final Approach®, Simmons® and Millett® brand names. For information about any of these brands or products, please contact Bushnell Public Relations at (913) 752-6105.

Contact:
Mike Capps
573-898-3422
mcapps@howardcommunications.com

Paul Arnhold
Bushnell Outdoor Products
913-752-6105
parnhold@bushnell.com

MEDIA WEBSITE:
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Carl Zeiss Introduces the New, Super-Bright VICTORY HT Riflescope Line

Carl Zeiss Introduces the New, Super-Bright VICTORY HT Riflescope Line
Featuring the World’s Finest Illuminated Dot

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CHESTER, Va., March 9, 2012 – Carl Zeiss Sports Optics introduces the all new, super-bright VICTORY HT Riflescope line available in 1.1-4×24, 1.5-6×42, 2.5-10×50 and 3-12×56 models. These VICTORY HT 30mm riflescopes achieve an unprecedented light transmission of near 95% thanks to the state-of-the-art proprietary High Transmission (HT) glass by SCHOTT and enhanced T* multi-layer coatings. As a result, hunters with VICTORY HTs atop their rifles will experience a level of image brightness never seen before, giving them a distinct advantage in extreme low-light conditions. The VICTORY HT also comes with one of the most versatile reticles ever invented – Zeiss’ proprietary reticle # 60, featuring the world’s finest illuminated red dot for superior precision.

The illuminated reticle # 60 is non-magnifying in the second focal plane for minimum target coverage and activated by pulling out the knob on the left side of the scope. Turning the knob then controls the brightness, allowing for the most versatile levels of illumination. When the knob is simply pushed back in, the illumination turns off. The superior ergonomics of this system make it easy to operate while looking through the scope, even while wearing gloves. The illuminated dot is as easily visible in bright sunlight as it is in any low light conditions. This dot is so fine, it totally disappears when the illumination is turned off offering the shooter an absolute distraction- free sight picture. If the illumination knob is untouched for four hours, the illumination automatically shuts off to preserve battery life.

The VICTORY HT riflescopes are also designed with a notably slim ocular for a lower profile and come with Zeiss’ new ASV + turret for quick ballistic compensation. Each scope will have a complete set of ballistic rings for any hunting load, allowing for easy, fast and accurate target acquisition and distance compensation with a quick turn of the elevation turret.

VICTORY HT 1.1-4×24

With its large exit pupil and wide field of view on low power, this smallest VICTORY HT is perfect for any shooting requiring extremely fast target acquisition whether hunting dangerous game, shooting in a 3-Gun competition or use for tactical applications. When every second counts, the VICTORY HT 1.1-4×24 delivers fast, accurate results. Available with reticle # 54 or # 60.

VICTORY HT 1.5-6×42

This super-compact, low-profile scope is versatile and perfect for varied terrains – from heavy brush to open country stalking. The high-performance HT glass in this scope is a benchmark in low-light performance for 42mm riflescopes. Available with reticle # 60.

VICTORY HT 2.5-10×50

This low-profile, all-purpose scope squeezes the utmost light out of its 50mm objective – from dawn until dusk. This scope is as versatile as they come and, with the ultra-fine dot in reticle # 60 and state-of-the-art HT glass, it delivers unprecedented precision at longer distances. Available with reticle # 60.

VICTORY HT 3-12×56

The largest of the VICTORY HT line, this 3-12×56 makes targets visible in the very last of shooting light when conventional optics often fail. The combination of the advanced HT glass, high-performance 56MM objective lens, the super-fine illuminated dot and ASV+ turret option makes this scope deadly accurate at any distance in any light. Available with reticle # 60.

“Carl Zeiss has set a new standard once again,” said Michael A Jensen, President of Carl Zeiss Sports Optics. “The VICTORY HT is the finest, highest-performance riflescope on the market today and once you’ve looked through one, you’ll see why. There is nothing comparable.”

The VICTORY HT riflescopes will be on display for the first time in the United States at the NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits in St. Louis, Missouri, April 13-15, 2012 and available in stores in the third quarter.

MSRP:

VICTORY HT 1.1-4×24 $2,556

VICTORY HT 1.5-6×42 $2,611

VICTORY HT 2.5-10×50 $2,667

VICTORY HT 3-12×56 $2,772

Specifications:

1.1-4×24 1.5-6×42 2.5-10×50 3-12×56
Magnification 1.1-4 1.5-6 2.5-10 3-12
Effective lens diameter 16.3 to 24 mm 22.6 to 42 mm 37.7 to 50 mm 44 to 56 mm
Exit pupil diameter 14.8 – 6 mm 15 – 7 mm 15 – 5 mm 14.9 – 4.7 mm
Twilight factor 3.1 – 9.8 4.2 – 15.9 7.1– 22.4 8.5 – 25.9
Field of view (feet at 100 yards) 114 – 31.5 ft 74.4 – 20.7 ft 44.4 – 12.3 ft 37.5 – 10.5 ft
Viewing angle 21.5º – 6º 14.1º – 1.4º 8.5º – 2.3º 7.2º – 2º
Diopter adjustment range -4/+2 D -4/+2 D -4/+2 D -4/+2 D
Eye relief (inches) 3.54 in 3.54 in 3.54 in 3.54 in
Parallax free (yards) 109 yd 109 yd 109 yd 109 yd
Adjustment range 100 yards 108 in 82.8 in 50.4 in 43.2 in
Adjustment click at 100 yards 0.34 MOA 0.34 MOA 0.34 MOA 0.34 MOA
Center tube diameter 30 mm 30 mm 30 mm 30 mm
Eyepiece diameter 42 mm 42 mm 42 mm 42 mm
Objective diameter 30 mm 48 mm 56 mm 62 mm
Nitrogen filled Yes Yes Yes Yes
Waterproof 13.1 ft 13.1 ft 13.1 ft 13.1 ft
Operating temperature –13 F to +122 F –13 F to +122 F –13 F to +122 F –13 F to +122 F
Length 11.37 in 13.03 in 12.64 in 13.66 in
Weight without rail 15.5 oz 18.1 oz 18.5 oz 20.2 oz
Weight with rail 16.4 oz 18.9 oz 19.4 oz 21.1 oz
Warranty Limited Lifetime Limited Lifetime Limited Lifetime Limited Lifetime
Image plane 2nd 2nd 2nd 2nd
Reticle 54, 60 60 60 60

Contact for media and press relations

Shannon Jackson, Carl Zeiss Sports Optics,

Phone: +1 (804) 343-3608, Email: sjackson@zeiss.com

www.zeiss.com/press

Carl Zeiss
The Carl Zeiss Group is a leading group of companies operating worldwide in the optical and opto-electronic industries. Carl Zeiss offers innovative solutions for the future-oriented markets of Medical and Research Solutions, Industrial Solutions, Eye Care and Lifestyle Products. During fiscal year 2009/10 the group of companies generated revenues of around EUR 2.98 billion. From fiscal year 2010/11 onward, eyeglass lens manufacturer Carl Zeiss Vision will be integrated as an autonomous business group (revenues of EUR 880 million in fiscal year 2009/10). The Carl Zeiss Group now has approximately 24,000 employees, including more than 10,000 in Germany. The Carl Zeiss business groups hold leading positions in their markets. Carl Zeiss AG, Oberkochen, is fully owned by the Carl Zeiss Stiftung (Carl Zeiss Foundation).

Carl Zeiss Sports Optics
Carl Zeiss Sports Optics is a leading, international provider of premium sports optics and part of the Consumer Optics / Optronics Group of Carl Zeiss. Carl Zeiss Sports Optics, LLC is responsible for sales, marketing and distribution of its state-of-the-art binoculars, spotting scopes, riflescopes and laser rangefinders throughout the United States and Canada. The North American headquarter is located in Chester, Virginia.

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