Tactical Gun Review checks out the Kahles K624i 6-25×56 tactical rifle scope. Kahles is a premium Austrian optic manufacturer that has been in the business since 1898! Until recently, they really haven’t had the presence in the US market which is rapidly growing due to the recent distributor Khaybes, LLC ran by Ken Pratt a retired US ARMY marksman with considerable experience in the high end US optics market. Kahles is here and is taking names!
The Kahles K624i is a spectacular scope…
Glass is comparable to S&B and Henszholdt, there is no tunneling at the lowest power setting, it has a HUGE eye-box and the scope is extremely easy to get behind. They nailed the illumination for low light use. The Kahles K624i is also rather compact for the magnification range.
One item that really stands out is the parallax adjustment that instead of being on the tradition left side of the scope it is located on top, under the elevation turret. Simply brilliant.
The scope tracks perfectly well through the entire adjustment range and the zero stop is easy to setup. With 14mils available in the first revolution you have plenty of elevation to get a 308 out to 1k with a 100 yard zero. If you are reaching WAY out there and need more than 14 mils, you have it available in the 2nd turn and a small indicator pops up to give you a very obvious visual as well as being able to feel it in the dark.
In short, Khales is a serious player in the highend tactical scope market and the Kahles K624i is as good as you can get.
For another Kahles review, click here for the K312 review.
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