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Lost and found: ZEISS riflescope still working after nearly 10 years in the mountains

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Anyone who goes hunting in the mountains must always expect weather changes, which cancel the expedition suddenly and unexpectedly. Sometimes, equipment is left behind. Also during recovering hunted game it can happen that the weapon is misplaced and cannot be found back.

In John Sveen’s case it was much simpler. He took a short break and afterwards he went on without his rifle, a ZEISS scope mounted on the rifle. After nine years, John was amazed when his friend Knut Øyjorda found his gun in the mountains: The wooden stock was bleached out and brittle, the muzzle was rusted and unusable. Only the scope was still like new. The coating withstood the weather, the cold and heat could not harm the optics. The Customer Service in Wetzlar checked the scope in detail and concluded: ZEISS products are indestructible!


Posted on August 13, 2015 @ 2:33 pm In Stalking | Comments Disabled


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#1 Comment By David Heuring On September 9, 2015 @ 3:23 am

That is why I have one mounted on my Kimber 8400 300 Win Mag!! Never miss with it and it takes a beating!!

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#3 Comment By Carlos Jorge Gonzalez On September 9, 2015 @ 3:07 pm

Son realmente indestructible,lo mejor en miras.

#4 Comment By Ed Q. On September 10, 2015 @ 6:18 pm

Why does that leather strap in the lower left of the picture look brand new? Suggests this photo might be "staged."

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Hi Great writing, thanks for letting us in.

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