So folks...what am I bid?
It's a Kahles ZF84 6X42 scope with a 26mm tube owned by me from new since 1987 and having done service on a competition rifle and then two stalking rifles. Optically, it is as good as the day it was made. Cosmetically, it bears scars; witness marks from rings and the odd scrape - that sort of thing and nothing dramatic, given its age. It wears B/C covers and currently sits on Hilver Tikka 55/65 series rings.
The ZF84 was Kahles' NATO sniping scope and has a bullet drop compensator elevation turret calibrated for 7.62 (308) in 100-800 metre increments. The reticle is a spire point with thin horizontal line just above it. I found it a fast to acquire reticle that works really well in low light. The scope is, I believe, steel bodied. It is built like a tank.
The scope can be seen and tried near J14 of the M4.
Picture of reticle shows Mr pheasant at approximately 115 yds.