I have just been given a Brno ZKK601 rifle in .308 with an odd looking Zeiss Jena scope on what looks like a proprietary Brno ZKK601 one-piece quick release windage mount. The rifle is quite nice looking with a well figured straight low-combed stock and with the forward sling swivel mounted on a barrel band.
The 4 x 30 scope, which I understand was manufactured specifically for this model of rifle, has two very low profile turrets on top, one of which appears to be for focus and the other for elevation - windage adjustment seems to be made via opposing grub screws on the mount. Now that I've carefully cleaned 20 years of safe oil off the lenses, the scope has excellent quality glass and I'm quite taken with the thick post reticle.
The trigger is a single set unit with a slightly ugly straight blade - pull weight in unset mode is about 3lb and well under 1lb when pushed forward into set mode.
I'm under no obligation to keep or use the rifle, so as it's in .308 and I have no need of another medium calibre stalking rifle, I'll probably sell it. However, as a complete unit it is quite dated with a eccentrically styled small magnification scope, so clearly a bit of a niche outfit. This is a shame as the rifle itself is very nice and handles well in the shoulder. The scope looks like a pain in the butt to zero but has great glass so should function well once set up and providing you can cope with minimal magnification.