Vortex Optics Viper PST Gen I 6-24x50 SFP Riflescope - EBR-1 MOA Reticle
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|Style||6-24x50 Second Focal Plane - EBR-1 MOA|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||18 x 4.38 x 6.75 inches|
|Item Weight||663.4 Grams|
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- The Viper PST 6-24x50 Second Focal Plane boasts features associated with top-tier scopes. The one-piece, shock proof 30mm tube, precision-machined from a single solid block of aircraft-grade aluminum, offers ample windage and elevation adjustment.
- Matching reticle and turret measurements allow accurate, fast dialing of shots. The EBR-1 (Enhanced Battle Reticle) is a hashmarked ranging reticle using MOA based subtension lines for ranging, holdover, and windage corrections.
- Customizable Rotational Stop (CRS) aids in return to zero after dialing temporary elevation correction. Precision-force spring system uses premium components in the erector-spring system to ensure maximum repeatability and ease of adjustment.
- Extra-low dispersion (XD) glass increases resolution and color fidelity, resulting in crisp, sharp images. Proprietary coatings increase light transmission with multiple anti-reflective coatings on all air-to-glass surfaces.
- Fiber optic turret rotation indicator provides a highly visible and tactile point of reference for turret rotations. O-ring seals and argon gas purging provides both shockproof and waterproof performance.
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Specifically designed for precision shooting communities, the Viper PST series of riflescopes offer the highest levels of performance and reliability. With features such as matched turret/reticle subtensions, CRS zero stop mechanisms and precision ranging reticles, the Viper PSTs are ready for any situation.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 18 x 4.38 x 6.75 inches; 1.46 Pounds
- Item model number : PST-624S1-A
- Batteries : 1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
- Date First Available : July 9, 2004
- Manufacturer : Vortex Optics
- ASIN : B003AQKQAA
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I'm a big fan of both Nikon and Vortex optics, and was not able to actually check this scope out in person, before buying it. My past great experiences with a few lesser priced Vortex scopes led me to feel OK about buying this one sight unseen. I was also thinking of the Nikon Black FX1000, but as much as loved the look and feel of that glass, wasn't completely sold on the turrets. Just not as crisp as I'd have hoped for a tactical scope. The reviews I read on the PST were very postive of this feature and I was able to find it here for one hundred less, so I decided to give it a try.
- It has the feel and weight of a true piece of quality equipment.
- The glass is fantastic in its clarity.
- The reticle is very crisp, level, and fine. Not as thick as a base level Viper I have, this one will be great for precision and longer distances.
- The light gathering is noteworthy. The 50mm objective, outstanding glass clarity, and 30mm tube makes distance targets quite visible even at dusk. I was really impressed at this scope's low light pop.
- The illumination was unexpectedly crisp as well. I did notice some red glow bleed at first, but when I put on my glasses, the illumination became vividly married to the reticle. So it was my eye sight, not the scope. Interestingly, however, the scope pulls in so much light, even in low light, I wonder how often I'll actually be using the illumination.
- The magnification and parallax knobs are tight, as is typical. But I prefer stiffness of play, any day, when it comes to that.
- The turrets are great. Very well marked for directional tuning and line up precisely with the has marks. The feel is good. Not great. I was hoping the tactile click would be more pronounced. That was a feature that I was hoping would be better than the Nikon, and it turns out to be about the same.
All in all, given the Vortex reputation, and their superior warranty, I felt I couldn't go wrong, and I didn't. This is a purchase I am down right excited to have made, considering I could have spent much much more for a scope that was really not much better, if at all. I know that, because I've (regrettably) done that.
By K. Nacis on February 22, 2016
Nothing but the best out of vortex once again.
When I do get back on the range, the scope is right on.
and outstanding products...