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The Complete Combat Reticle technology found in the ZP8 is made up of a unique combination of two illuminated reticles – one for use in twilight and one for use during daylight. Switching from one to the other occurs automatically during a change in magnification. Between the 1x and 2.5x magnification, the illuminated dot is activated. Beyond that, the twilight reticle illumination is activated, where the entire inner area of the reticle is illuminated to enable full usage of all main reticle functions by night.
The MR10+ reticle in the ZP8 is equipped with specialised markings to determine the upper body sizes of the targets. Not only can the torso height of 1 m (39.4'') and shoulder width of 50 cm (19.7'') be determined as a reference measurement, but also the height to the shoulders of 70 cm (27.6'') and the height from the shoulder to the top of the head of 30 cm (11.8''). The distances between 300 m (328 yds.) and 800 m (875 yds.) can be directly determined without calculation steps.
The AQRAS Scale is a universal tool used for determining distances. It works differently than those scales limited to fixed and known target sizes. Simply apply the scale to a known dimension on the target, read the value and multiply it by the target size.
Target size [cm] x scale value = distance [m]
This simple calculation can be made without having to use any tools and without having to lose sight of the target. The division required with traditional MIL formulas is integrated into the scale. The distance for 1 meter height or width can be read directly from the scale. The AQRAS scale uniquely combines the speed of conventional scales with a flexible use on any target size.
The Mrad Scale is symmetrically situated across from the AQRAS scale and has easy to read fine 0.1 mrad marks for highest precision. It is used to accurately determine distances to targets of known size with the help of this MIL formula:
Target size [mm] ÷ scale value [mrad] = distance [m]
While the AQRAS scale values between the marks have to be estimated, the Mrad scale ensures the highest possible reading accuracy and makes it the ideal supplement for especially precise distance measurements. For an effective usability, the scales are located close to the center of the visual field without distracting from the main functions of the reticle.