Vortex Razor HD Gen II 1-6x24 Riflescope with JM-1 BDC Reticle MOA RZR-16003
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Every component, feature and performance characteristic of this riflescope is so well thought out and executed, it's almost scary. Incredibly versatile and perfect for the AR platform, the Vortex Razor HD Gen II 1-6x24 is the ideal optical solution for short to medium-range tactical applications requiring the pinnacle of optical performance. Optically, the Razor HD Gen II 1-6x24 delivers the highest level of clarity, resolution, color accuracy, light transmission and edge to edge sharpness obtainable. The ultra-forgiving eye box with generous eye relief generates a heads-up display-like sight picture for fast target acquisition and optimal dual-eye visual monitoring of the surrounding environment. Ultra sleek and built like a tank on a 30 mm aircraft-grade aluminum tube, the Razor HD Gen II 1-6x24 features ultra-low profile, capped wind age and elevation turrets for streamlined performance. Zero-resettable turrets offer 50 MOA of adjustment in a single turn-ensuring ample travel.
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Received my scope back in just over a week. Good customer service. However, the red dot, though brighter than before I sent it to be fixed, is still not that bright. In full day light at the highest setting, it's at a minimum brightness needed to quickly acquire targets. I know that not all these scopes are like that so I guess there must be a min brightness to for it pass inspection?? So I must have gotten a dull dot ...
UPDATE: Since the first review below, I've received my rifle, got everything dialed in and begun working up loads for it. I continue to be very happy with my purchase. Where I mentioned the optic seeming to back out a little less than 1x, it was just a simple matter of getting it better adjusted which was much easier to do with the scope mounted and out of the house. I just think this scope is wonderful. The click adjustments are true and repeatable; you can "shoot the box" all day long if it suits you. No amount of blasting with a .308 is going to bother this thing either. It is rugged and reliable. If you can swing the purchase, this glass is safe bet.
I received this scope a few days ago and have not put it to actual use as yet. It is intended for use on top of a PWS MK216 which, due to their order backlog, is 5 months away from delivery as of this writing. Well now, thanks to Comrade Premier O'bonehead I may never get the rifle. IF (BIG IF) I ever get the rifle I will put this setup through it's paces and write a complete review.
As of now I can say that the optical clarity of this unit is fantastic. Light transmission is also fantastic. If this thing doesn't carry enough light to make you happy... I don't know what your problem would have to be... open your darn eye. The reticle is concise and, for my taste, the cross-hairs are neither too fine nor too bulky and the layout is clean and uncluttered. The illuminated center dot and control system for it are first rate. It presents a clean, clearly defined dot which is not too bright in low light conditions on it's lowest setting and is plenty bright enough on higher settings for daylight use. The image quality remains very distortion/parallax free out to the edge of view and the view is nice and wide. Eye relief is long and the "eye box" really is very forgiving just like they claim it is; esp if you're used to running some lower end optics like I have in the past. The "true 1x" actually seems like a bit less than 1x, like it backs out a tiny bit further than just the naked eye. That low focal setting will allow a 'both eyes open' capability which should aid greatly in situational awareness for you LEO and Military people. This thing really will do well for CQB stuff I think; not as well suited for contact range stuff as a Holo Sight, of course, because you still get scope shadow but this is probably the next best thing with the added benefit being that you could easily go from contact out to 700 or better with this just like "that". The unit is not a feather-weight but it isn't wasted bulk either; this has the feel of robust quality about it. That said it isn't a lot heavier than anything else in it's class, just not the lightest is all.
I can't wait to set this thing up and wring it out! Let's cross our fingers and hope the dirt-bag, bolshevik "king" takes a flying leap.
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Optics are pretty clear but the red dot seems to be a bit offset.
Didn't test it at the range so far. Will mount it with a SPUHR mount and rate it again after I used it for a while.