It has a magnification strength range of 5x-11x and is commonly found attached to sniper rifles such as the Cyrus. Unlike its NATO counterpart, the Kahlia eschews a top mount red dot sight and instead features a fibre-optic tube with tritium-illuminated backup iron sights.
There is also a unique version of the Kahlia used by FIA sharpshooters that appears to be an older and more worn-out variant. It is often seen employed on the Mk14 battle rifle and lacks the backup iron sights present on the standard models.
The Kahlia is available in either a black, tan, or arid hexacam finish. It has a minimum zeroing range of 300 m to a maximum of 2000 m. On the other hand, the backup iron sight uses a fixed zeroing range of 200 m.