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Zbroia Kozak Daytime Scope.

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by PBaz Barrett, Nov 13, 2020.

  1. PBaz Barrett

    PBaz Barrett 'I love slinging lead me'..

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    For all you COCKS out there.. I was just wondering what scope you all use on your Kozak..
    Reason: I have tried quite a few different type's on mine, eventually ending up using a pard nv008, which is great. But recently purchased another day scope, its was meant to be used on something else but turned out not suitable. However fitting it to my Kozak, I found it perfect.
    (for daytime use anyway).

    The scope mentioned is the MTC Viper connect 3-12x24 (SCB2) and I do realise this is a marmite scope to some, but fitted to my Kozak works flawless. Such quick and easy target acquisition with a HUGE field of view, and truly suits and fits the Kozak like a glove.

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    What daytime scope do you have fitted to your Kozak?
     
  2. John Entwistle

    John Entwistle Posting Addict

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    It looks the part at least, never looked through one of those so no quality opinion :thumb:
     
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  3. Jukebox

    Jukebox Better to burn out...than to fade away.

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    Cheeky little VT3 FFP works great with mine mate and sits nicely with a good eye relief....

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    Gary 59 Well-Known Member

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    Got the hawke compact 4x12x40 on mine
    Took me while to get it all set up properly what with head alinement and eye relief.
    Happy with it now but iam tempted to try the optisan 3x12 x32 cp scope just to compare the two.
    Regards Gary
     
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  5. Lostkiwi

    Lostkiwi Tomorrow will be a better day.

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    I'm using the Discovery VT-2 3-12x44 on mine.
    Yet to shoot it in anger but went with this partly because I like the scope (it was on my HW97) and because I want IR which the VT-3 wouldn't give me, though the VT3 is preferable in most other ways.
    I'll see how I get on with it and make a decision later if needed as to get eye relief I have to mount the VT-2 a long way forward. I have a 3-9x40 Nikko AOIR I can use too or the 2-7x32 AOIR Hawke off the pp700. I can see I might end up with the FFP VT-3 same as jukebox and live with the lack of IR.
     
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  6. Jukebox

    Jukebox Better to burn out...than to fade away.

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    Don't go with a big scope....it looks daft :p:D
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    Auracana Posting Addict

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    Love the vipers and a good match for the Kozak....
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    Lostkiwi Tomorrow will be a better day.

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    Agreed!
    I don't like big scopes anyway - 44mm objective is my limit. Any bigger and they get heavy. Most of the time 12 or 16x is enough (for me) anyway. To be fair most of the time 9x is plenty!
     
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    robs5230 Oversprung

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    That Connect looks well suited to the Kozak.
    Can I ask what the height is from the centre of the objective lens to the centre of the barrel?
    Thanks
     
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  10. PBaz Barrett

    PBaz Barrett 'I love slinging lead me'..

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    Sure mate, its 48mm using low mounts.. Its perfect, high enough not to see end of barrel lol, the scope has a fantastic field of view :thumb:.. Not everybody's cup of tea and difficult to mount on most rifle's, but the Kozak and this scope were made for each other :)..
     
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    robs5230 Oversprung

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    Hows head position at that height? Cramped ? or good?
    Thanks
     
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    Connect for me too, indeed a good match. Mine is the larger objective though (what’s the advantage of the smaller I wonder?)

    I ran it with a Richter 6x fixed focus in the summer for squirrels with the interest of saving weight. It worked well for sub 25 yds.

    It’s a bit of a lump with Viper Connect and bipod I find particularly when I cycle with it.
     
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  13. PBaz Barrett

    PBaz Barrett 'I love slinging lead me'..

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    Perfect Robs5230 with these low mounts, but guess higher mounts if needed would be ok too as you would just highten the cheek riser on stock. :thumb: The scope offers 0 eye relief and you have to mount so your eye is more or less touching the scope, but what it offers when you do, it's magnificent. The field of view is twice that of normal scopes.. The Kozak is perfect to mount this scope.. :thumb:
     
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  14. PBaz Barrett

    PBaz Barrett 'I love slinging lead me'..

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    I think the one with the smaller objective offers slightly easier ways to fit on some rifles.. That's according to ted anyways lol.. (FF to 3 mins)



    The field of view on x3 is like nothing ive seen before, incredible, very impressive isnt it..:thumb:
     
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  15. Auracana

    Auracana Posting Addict

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    Here's mine with a 32 viper connect, and my very nice custom rear vented, shroud/mod combo that I fitted today, kindly made for me by @Halinfax.
    Lovely and quiet and I think it looks the business.
    Plus @Jeffsky cocking lever.

    And self butchered one piece scope mount to fit the viper, at about medium height, which is good for me.

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    Looking good. I’m curious about the scope mount - is it the MTC standard one? Mine won’t fit picatinny rails.
     
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    PBaz Barrett 'I love slinging lead me'..

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    Thinks he made it himself out of a one piece mount, ground one side down to fit.. :thumb:
     
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    PBaz Barrett 'I love slinging lead me'..

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    Very nice mate..
     
  19. Auracana

    Auracana Posting Addict

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    It was a cheap chinese one piece mount that I chopped a section from the rear to fit the spacing on the scope.
    Not pretty but works. Rock solid.
    This one did not want to cut very well.
    But it was an old blade. I am not an engineer, better tools/skills would make a much better job!
    I had better result with another one I got.
    I'll try and find a pic.
     
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  20. Auracana

    Auracana Posting Addict

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    This style picatinny one piece mount lends itself for quite easy modification/chopping for a mtc viper connect ...
    This is the one I did for the Dream Tac...

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