Zeiss Release New Precision Scope – The LRP S5 3-18×50 and 5-25×56

A new long range precision optic is now available from Zeiss, the LRP S5 series. The LRP comes in two magnification options, the 3-18×50 and 5-25×56 both in the first focal plane. The optic is built for the PRS and NRL competitor with easy to read dials and high quality glass.

Both models feature a 34mm maintube and large elevation and windage turrets. A standout feature is the massive 140 MOA of elevation available to dial.

The optic features the ZF-MRi reticle with great sub-tensions and illumination.

The price point is In line with the Nightforce and Vortex equivalents at $3599USD / $5289AUD.

Zeiss’s website states the following:

The ZEISS LRP S5 525-56 is a first focal plane riflescope with a 34 mm main tube, and provides a massive amount of total elevation travel out-of-the-box, which allows the shooter to engage targets to 1,500 yards | 1,375 meters – and beyond. When used in PRS and NRL type competitions, the riflescope will give you the edge to not just compete – but to win. This model is available in both Milliradian and Minute-of-Angle configurations.

It offers the most popular magnification range for precision rifle competitions, and is an exceptional choice on a variety of rifle platforms. With a higher magnification setting, the ZEISS LRP S5 5-25×56 model is also ideal for other forms of target shooting, testing ammunition, load development and long-range hunting.


Magnification5 – 25 ×
Effective lens diameter56 mm
Light transmission90%
Exit pupil diameter9.2 – 2.4 mm
Twilight factor16.7 – 37.4
Field of view at 100 m (yds)7.5 – 1.5 m (23 – 5 ft)
Objective viewing angle4.3° – 0.8°
Diopter adjustment range+ 2.0 | − 3.0 dpt
Eye relief90 mm (3.54 “)
Parallax setting25 m – ∞ (27 yds – ∞)
Vertical adjustment range at 100 m40,7 MRAD | 140 MOA
Lateral adjustment range at 100 m24 MRAD | 60 MOA
Adjustment per click at 100 m0,1 MRAD | 0,25 MOA
Centre tube diameter34 mm
Eyepiece tube diameter46 mm
Objective tube diameter62 mm

For more information on the Zeiss LRP S5 series checkout their website here.