The reticle 60 is lighter and finer than the reticle 40, which was widely used only a few years ago. The bars have only half the subtension of the earlier model and there is twice the amount of free space between them. It is therefore ideally suited for precise shooting with the least possible coverage of the target game. With 12x magnification and a subtension of only 0.55 cm at a distance of 100 m, you always have an excellent overview – no fine details are hidden from view. The illuminated dot is extremely bright and can therefore also be used for daytime hunting. The brightness of the illuminated dot can be dimmed at extremely finely, making it ideal for night hunting as well. The reticle is located in the riflescope’s second image plane.
The Victory HT models and the Victory V8 feature finely-dimmable illuminated dots. These enable ideal adjustment to the widely varying lighting conditions encountered in the early hours of twilight. If the illuminated dot or cross were too bright, flare would obscure the target in deep twilight. These illuminated reticles therefore provide an option for optimum adjustment of the brightness – either manually or automatically with the help of the riflescope.