Non-illuminated standard reticles
Non-illuminated reticles really come into their own when light conditions are good. They can also be used as rangefinders.
Non-illuminated reticles are also extremely useful when shooting for sport. If you hunt primarily in broad daylight or mild twilight, these classic, tried and tested reticles are a good option.
The non-illuminated reticle 6 lies in the second image plane, remains constant while changing magnification and is universally useable: The reticle is always clearly visible when taking quick shots at low magnification, yet stays very fine and only covers the target minimally at higher magnifications.
The equally fine Reticle Z-Plex also sits in the 2nd image plane. It therefore offers particularly precise aiming for long-range shooting in daylight. With the Z-Plex, the posts are in the shape of arrows pointing to the fine lines in the middle. This makes it possible to aim with great precision at particularly small targets.