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The new Turret Generation II is the further development of our previous standard turrets. They all have a lever with which you can choose between different functional modes. For the elevation turrets Double Turn II+ (DT II+) and Multi Turn II (MT II) there are three modes to choose from. In the starting position of the lever, the turret is locked against unintentional adjustment. This is represented by the colour red in a window next to the index marking which is called “visual indicator”. In the second mode, More Tactical Clicks (MTC) function is ready for use and the turret can be adjusted as usual. Here the colour green is displayed in the visual indicator. The third mode enables the deactivation of the MTC, which is indicated by the colour black in the visual indicator. The windage turrets Single Turn II (ST II) and Double Turn II+ (DT II+) can be switched between lock mode and the Zero Click (ZC) adjustment mode. Depending on the turret, adjustment ranges of 0.1 or 0.05 MRAD or ¼ or ⅛ MOA can be selected.


Double Turn II+

Double Turn II+ (DT II+) with tactile turn indicator, More Tactile Clicks (MTC) or Zero Click (ZC) and lock

This is a flatter version with a tactile turn indicator that can be seen and felt as you transition through to the second turn on the turret. The flat design allows for the attachment of a red dot sight on the scope mount without obscuring the view through the turret. This turret has the advantages of the new square shape and is equipped with the Mode Lever.



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