New Posts New Posts RSS Feed - Vortex Review Thread
  FAQ FAQ  Forum Search   Events   Register Register  Login Login

Check GunBroker.com for SWFA's No Reserve and No Minimum bid firearm auctions.

Vortex Review Thread

 Post Reply Post Reply   Topic Search Topic Search  Topic Options Topic Options Page  1 2 3>
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: August/19/2010 at 15:53
3PERCENTER View Drop Down
Optics GrassHopper
Optics GrassHopper
Avatar

Joined: June/30/2010
Status: Offline
Points: 32

I know there are already a lot of threads revolving around the various Vortex scopes but I wanted to start a thread strictly for reviews of newly purchased Vortex scopes. I just received my Viper 6.5-20X44 and I will mount it and test it this weekend. I live in the middle of nowhere and I haven’t got satellite internet yet, so you’ll have to wait until Monday for my review but I would like to have people use this thread for reviews of whichever Vortex scope you recently purchased based on the recent sale on various models. Perhaps we can provide enough feedback to help people with their purchasing decision.

 

So please post your Vortex reviews, pics etc. here to help the undecided’s.

 

Thanks.

Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: August/19/2010 at 17:36
midwestoffroad View Drop Down
Optics Apprentice
Optics Apprentice
Avatar

Joined: July/20/2010
Status: Offline
Points: 100
I Just received my Viper (6.5-20-44) with plex yesterday and my  mount today so it is sitting atop my AR as we speak and i did get a pic, but will upload this weekend. . first impressions is  it is a good looking scope, i like the turrets and the ability to reset the zero nice audible clicks and  finger friendly.  the turrets do  come preset from Vortex in the center of the windage and elevation settings just  so you know.
 
I wanted to verify the MOA which advertised is 68 moa and i got  69 so that's good.  eye focus was smooth and power adjustment was the same. i like the  readings and lever it is easy to read and aids in  adjustment. 
 
I like the plex i don't resent going against the target dot..
 
Looks crisp  but i need to get outside with it since looking threw my screens and dirty windows  are not doing it justice.  just need to get the ARD and some flip up caps and i will be set for some vermin and paper killin


Edited by midwestoffroad - August/20/2010 at 22:44
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: August/23/2010 at 08:38
3PERCENTER View Drop Down
Optics GrassHopper
Optics GrassHopper
Avatar

Joined: June/30/2010
Status: Offline
Points: 32

I liked some of the same things you mentioned like the ability to re-zero the turrets, much easier re-zeroing method than the Leatherwood ZRO-LOC system, and the solid audible clicks on the turrets. The glass is the clearest I own but the only time I paid more than $100 for a scope was the $250 Leatherwood CMR so I don't really have any to compare it to. I had a little trouble zeroing because I was using a Bushnell universal laser boresighter and every time I re-inserted the boresighter into the end of the barrel it would be up to 3 inches off at 50 ft so when I shot at my 100 yard target, I had a hard time trying to locate where the POI was. Once I got on paper though, it was a breeze to set knowing that the turrets are 1/4 MOA (1/4" at 100 yards). I think the problem with the Bushnell boresighter is that the tapered end stops at the flash suppressor and not the bore itself; does anyone think a cartridge type boresighter would help with the initial zeroing-in process?

 
I really didn't improve my group size though compared to my Leatherwood 1-4 CMR like I thought I would, I am still getting about 2" 5 shot groups @ 100 yards. I blame most of this on the trigger on my CMMG lower (I have an awesome new Spikes 1/7 upper), I almost have to jerk the trigger to get the shot off. Although I could probably improve by practicing my breathing and squeezing techniques, I am thinking about getting a Geissele SSA trigger to help me "cheat". Does anyone have one of these triggers? and do you think it would help improve my groups?

 

One thing for certain, at 20X the Viper 6.5-20 definitely reveals how much you wiggle when your trying to hold the crosshairs on target and it is easy to see the POI on paper, it is certainly a scope that will give me lots of room for improvement, I am looking forward to many years of service out of this scope.

Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: August/23/2010 at 13:48
Scott_at_Vortex View Drop Down
Optics Apprentice
Optics Apprentice


Joined: February/18/2010
Location: Middleton,WI
Status: Offline
Points: 102
I have a couple of suggestions for you and they are just that "suggestions".  Instead of using bore sighters try taking your upper off of the lower, take your bolt group out and set the upper on something sturdy were it wont shift to easily. Now find something about 50 to 100 yds out to use as a reference point. Point your upper with scope mounted at this point and sight through your bore. Get it as close to the center of the bore as possible. Now keeping the upper very still adjust your scope to this point. You have now bore sighted your gun. This method works better than any boresighter that I have ever used and it doesnt cost a thing. I have been using this way for years and I have literally never been more than 5 inches off.  

Also, you might want to try the cmmg 2-stage triggers. They are fully adjustable and you can get them in the $120-$140. The giesseles are very nice ,but for the price the cmmg's are hard to beat.




Scott 
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: August/23/2010 at 14:05
saitotiktmdog View Drop Down
Optics Apprentice
Optics Apprentice
Avatar

Joined: June/08/2010
Location: IN
Status: Offline
Points: 256
I am still waiting on my 6.5-20x44 Viper. I cant wait till i get it.
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: August/23/2010 at 14:39
Prieto9000 View Drop Down
Optics Apprentice
Optics Apprentice
Avatar

Joined: March/12/2010
Location: Monterrey
Status: Offline
Points: 155
Well guys I just got my new pair of vipers and i went out to make some tests.

I couldn´t fire any bullets from where i was but i mas making some view tests.
I decided to compare my 8.5-25X50 fine duplex VX-III, My 5-20X44 BDC Monarch and my brand new 6.5-20X44 Wide V-Plex Viper and my 6.5-20X50 Target Dot Viper.

For this test i set all my scopes @20x and then @10x even though the leupold could go up to 25x. This was so i had the same conditions on each one.
I was looking at a construction site located @1,000 yds from me, i did this test in late afternoon, about 1 hour before sunset so the light conditions were not the best (that´s what i intended) and the results were the following:

1.- The 6.5-20X50 target dot Viper outstanded every other scope. The image was crystal clear all around the field of view, a little difficult to locate the dot on dark surfaces, but doable. I was thinking about using this scope on my coyote rifle, but after this test a had to look another way. I just think trying to make a quick shot on a moving target with this reticle would not be easy. 

2.- The 6.5-20X44 Wide V-plex Viper had the second best image. In those light conditions you had to really try to notice the difference between the 2 Vipers. Also the image was very crisp and clear. I couldn´t notice any dark ring around the center of the image. The reticle is great, really helps you find the center of the cross but the thin part is really thin. Very eye friendly. I think i will use this scope for my coyote rifle.

3.- Leupold VX-III was good. Not as good as any of the Vipers. I have this scope on my competition rimfire rifle. I have no complains on the scope (except for the price), but the image was not as clear as the one i got from the vipers. You could see a little dark ring ond the edge of the FOV.

4.- 5-20X44 BDC Monarch. This scope looks very nice when you dont have a better comparison, it´s an average scope. The image was very different from the one I got from the other 3 Scopes. It looked like it was a foggy day. You could see the target, but it had this light fog effect that didn´t really helped you appreciate the fine details on the target. the BDC reticle is good, but i think it´s a little bulky compared to the other 3. the horizontal line is extremely wide it only leaves a very small space too place your target at the center of the reticle. Good scope, but I´m selling both my monarchs and replace them with vipers.

I was also very impressed by the construction of the vipers. Even the turret caps are thicker than both leupold and Nikon turret caps. My leupold scope alredy has a dent in one of the caps. The only thing Vortex is missing is a good pair of flip-up caps. They have the ARD flip-up, but a little expensive and I didn´t really liked the construction. I would expect for something like the leupold alumina caps from vortex. I can´t complain about Nikon´s flip-up caps since they are free.



Edited by Prieto9000 - August/23/2010 at 14:51
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: August/24/2010 at 08:36
Folically Challenged View Drop Down
Optics Apprentice
Optics Apprentice


Joined: October/20/2008
Location: Hamiltucky, OH
Status: Offline
Points: 102
I had a guy ask me what I thought of the 2-7 Viper vs. a 2-7 Monarch UCC.  Here are my observations/thoughts:

* The Vortex is about ¼" longer, but has ½" to maybe 3/4" more mounting length available. 
* The Viper's ocular is about ¼" larger in diameter than the Monarch.
* The Monarch might have a tad more eye relief at 2X, but it's tough to tell: pretty close to a wash. However, the Monarch loses at least ½" of eye relief when you zoom from 2X to 7X, while the Viper stays constant.
* The Viper has a slightly wider field of view at all magnification ranges.
* The Viper's magnification ring is easier grab, easier to turn, and easier to read, though the Monarch's certainly not unacceptable.
* The duplex reticles appear identical to me. I've not used a Vortex C3 reticle - it may be thicker.
* The image quality is noticeably better through the Viper: clearer, sharper, etc. Definitely sharper at the edges. FWIW, my eyes detect slightly more yellow shades through Nikons, and slightly more blue shades through Vortex scopes, if that makes any sense. 

FC
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: August/24/2010 at 10:28
bugsNbows View Drop Down
Optics Jedi Knight
Optics Jedi Knight
Avatar

Joined: March/10/2008
Location: Florida
Status: Offline
Points: 6433
Good info FC. 
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: August/25/2010 at 08:47
qball View Drop Down
Optics Apprentice
Optics Apprentice
Avatar

Joined: August/25/2010
Location: South Dakota
Status: Offline
Points: 76
I am new to this type of shooting and just received my Viper 6.5-20 X 44.  It will go on a Savage Model 12 22-250.  Probably an even mix of varmit and target shooting so after long discussion with an avid shooter friend who does a lot of both, I chose the target dot reticle. (bonus...it was 120 dollars less than the other reticle types).

First impression (although I have little to compare it with) it seems to be well thought out and well built.  Optics are very clear.  Seems to be a lot of glass for the money and one of the best values out there after much research.  Can't wait to get it zeroed in.Big Smile
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: August/25/2010 at 09:10
3PERCENTER View Drop Down
Optics GrassHopper
Optics GrassHopper
Avatar

Joined: June/30/2010
Status: Offline
Points: 32

qball, actually the one with the vplex reticule was the same price as the target dot. I also debated which reticule to get for varmint and target shooting and thought the vplex with the thin crosshairs was the better choice assuming you have decent eyesight. Just curious, what was the argument your friend gave you to pick the target dot?

 
Although I am still getting the same size 5 shot groups @100 yards with the Viper 6.5-20 as I was getting with my 1-4 Leatherwood CMR, I can see how much I wiggle with the Viper @20X as I am pulling the trigger so I can definitely see that with practice this scope can help me improve my shot. And as I mentioned in my other post above, I think a good 2 stage trigger should help tighten up my groups, so this is next on my upgrade list.
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: August/25/2010 at 10:17
qball View Drop Down
Optics Apprentice
Optics Apprentice
Avatar

Joined: August/25/2010
Location: South Dakota
Status: Offline
Points: 76
Hi 3percenter,
       My buddy shoot all types of reticles with about an even mix of target and mostly prairie dogs for varmits...and he shoots a lot.  He likes the target dot the best for its uncluttered sight picture for the bulls eye or a long shot at a Pdog.  Plus, when I got mine, the V-Plex was still 400 bucks (at least anywhere I could find).  Now it looks as if every reticle type in this model is discounted.
       That said, with his opinion, and the price, I went with it and I like the sight picture.  Time will tell and once I get proficient at this type of shooting I may prefer options that other reticles offer. 
        I think Vortex offers a lot of scope for the price and seems to be a quality product.
        The Accutrigger on the Savage should help and I know what you mean about holding steady at the higher magnifications.  I like this feature as I can use it for long range spotting as well when calling coyotes.

Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: August/25/2010 at 13:47
Poodleshooter1 View Drop Down
Optics Apprentice
Optics Apprentice


Joined: August/15/2010
Status: Offline
Points: 116
Originally posted by Prieto9000 Prieto9000 wrote:



4.- 5-20X44 BDC Monarch. This scope looks very nice when you dont have a better comparison, it´s an average scope. The image was very different from the one I got from the other 3 Scopes. It looked like it was a foggy day. You could see the target, but it had this light fog effect that didn´t really helped you appreciate the fine details on the target. the BDC reticle is good, but i think it´s a little bulky compared to the other 3. the horizontal line is extremely wide it only leaves a very small space too place your target at the center of the reticle. Good scope, but I´m selling both my monarchs and replace them with vipers.


Very interesting that you noticed this too. I took a trip to a local sporting goods retailer to view some Monarchs. I was able to compare Monarchs, Conquests and a few Buckmasters (I own a Buckmaster 4.5-14x 40mm and am very pleased with it).
W/o exception, all of the Nikon Monarchs (3ea 4-16x42mm and 1ea 5-20x 44mm) had that "fog" appear around 14-15x and get worse with more magnification. It wasn't really the typical darkness that accompanies high magnification. Oddly, the Buckmasters didn't have this at 14x. The Monarchs were just a tad brighter than the Buckmasters (larger objective),but the Buckmasters didn't seem to have that "fog". I went with a 6.5-20x 44mm Viper instead of the Monarch 5-20x 44mm that I was planning to get as a consequence of this.
Very weird. I wonder if that's typical for Monarchs or if it's a QC issue? It's odd that the BMs didn't show this issue. My 4.5-14 is very clear.





Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: August/25/2010 at 15:07
Prieto9000 View Drop Down
Optics Apprentice
Optics Apprentice
Avatar

Joined: March/12/2010
Location: Monterrey
Status: Offline
Points: 155
I didn´t notice that until I made a side by side comparison with my other scopes. I was very happy with my monarch before this.
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: August/25/2010 at 18:44
midwestoffroad View Drop Down
Optics Apprentice
Optics Apprentice
Avatar

Joined: July/20/2010
Status: Offline
Points: 100
Made it to the range today with my SPIKES/ DPMS bull 20 topped off with the 6.5-20x44 viper with wide plex.  crystal clear threw the power range.  I had a nice group of 6 shots . thanks to the viper and my JP trigger. I let the kid pop off a few also.
 
 
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: August/25/2010 at 21:00
WYcoyote View Drop Down
Optics Apprentice
Optics Apprentice
Avatar

Joined: April/06/2010
Location: Kane,WY
Status: Offline
Points: 153
Midwestoffroad, I can watch your avatar for hours.   Whacko
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: August/25/2010 at 21:51
Magnumdood View Drop Down
Optics Apprentice
Optics Apprentice
Avatar

Joined: January/17/2009
Location: Illinois
Status: Offline
Points: 172
Originally posted by WYcoyote WYcoyote wrote:

Midwestoffroad, I can watch your avatar for hours.   Whacko
+1000
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: August/26/2010 at 23:10
midwestoffroad View Drop Down
Optics Apprentice
Optics Apprentice
Avatar

Joined: July/20/2010
Status: Offline
Points: 100
I wouldnt recommend it because eventually like most women she'll give you a headache. lol
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: August/30/2010 at 23:15
Poodleshooter1 View Drop Down
Optics Apprentice
Optics Apprentice


Joined: August/15/2010
Status: Offline
Points: 116
If I can butt in with my review:
Just shot my newly mounted 6.5-20x-44mm Vortex Viper with the Vplex wide reticle today.
It's mounted in Burris XTR x-tra high rings on a heavy barreled AR varmint rig,set in an x bag,with a good sissy bag at the heel of the stock to isolate it from heartbeat and breathing. I shot reloads that I've previously shot under 1"at 100yds.
I set  the scope up for eye relief and best guess for vertical alignment on Saturday ,then took it out today to test my "by eye" alignment job against a line and plumb bob at 50yds. It was well aligned at that mark. That test  with a long straight line also allowed me to note no evidence of any spherical distortion at the edges. No adjustment was made to the mounting other than some slight tightening of the scope rings on a feeler gauge to better center the boresighting. The scope feels very sturdy. It's reminiscent of many of the Bushnell series from the Trophys on up: heavy and solid.
 
Good things:
1. Sight in is very easy with a scope that adjusts correctly every time. 3 shots got me centered at 2" low at 25yds after boresight. I took it out to 100,and was only 1" right and 1/2 high based on my picky 25yd sight in. One shot was good enough for adjustment there. The remaining 4 rounds I fired into a nice .375" ctr to ctr group at 100yds (.599" edge to edge). While I did not shoot the box yet, every adjustment actually adjusted the correct amount without tapping,firing another shot to settle it in,etc.
2. This is the first scope I've encountered in which the parallax numbers appear to match up with the known distance range. Very handy!
3. Optics were bright and clear. No chromatic issues that my eyes could detect,no spherical aberrations in the glass,no odd glare-just good clear glass.
4. Field of view was nice and wide for the magnification (this trades off with eye relief per the below).
5. The eye box was great: slightly superior to my 4.5-14x  Nikon Buckmaster at a higher power setting, and quite difficult to "crescent out" on the edges when parallax is properly adjusted.
6. Eye relief is a bit shorter than on my comparison Buckmaster, and the Nikon Monarch series,but it is VERY consistent. From 6.5 through 20x, there was very,very little difference in eye relief. From a hunting perspective,this is an excellent quality.
7. Zero reset turrets are handy. Not sure yet if I prefer them to the Nikon system with the screws,as I don't anticipate changing zero that often,but I can see where it would be handy.
8 Clicks are solid. Very easy to feel and hear.
9. The reticle is very nice for good detail work. Reticle subtensions are great. I do wish I had a ballistic reticle, but this one was a great deal,and is fine for my needs.

Some negatives/tradeoffs/opportunity costs:
-The focus ring and lack of parallax adjustment below about 40yds made it extremely difficult to focus on a 25yd target above about 9x. Beyond that,no amount of focus and parallax adjustment  combined could get both the reticle and the target in sharp focus.  In that respect,it lacks the advantage held by many AO scopes for close range,high magnification use in rimfire shoots. Bottomline,this is not an optimal scope for those who want to see how tiny they can make their 5 round groups of Eley Tenex at 25yds. Stick to an AO scope for that (the Tasco it's replacing goes down around 50' or so).  For normal centerfire ranges,or for use below 9x or so at very close range,the Viper is great.
-I noted some wobble in the reticle center while adjusting the focus ring throughout its range. This was probably my only item of real concern for my purposes. When I take the rifle out to 300yds,I'm going to shoot comparison groups after adjusting focus throughout the range,in order to determine if this might affect POI. In this initial test,it did not.
-Eye relief might not be the best for a hard recoiling rifle above 300 Win Mag. While it is very consistent,it seemed a bit shorter than my Buckmaster and the Monarchs I've used,as well as my old Japanese Aetec. This is the trade off for a better field of view. It's probably serviceable for most though. As this is more of a varmint scope anyway,I think it's rather moot.

For further review:
I'll test it again at 300yds, and will try dialing in more elevation in at that point. Previous tests adjusted well,but not over a large enough range to really test it well. Shooting the box out at that range may prove deceptive (wind and too much human factor distorting the test),but I may try that as well.
I'll also test this focus issue to see if it's a moot point or not. Shooting a .375" group,I really can't complain.

Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: September/01/2010 at 23:04
Alan77 View Drop Down
Optics GrassHopper
Optics GrassHopper


Joined: September/01/2010
Status: Offline
Points: 1
Hi, great thread going here.  I just purchased a Savage Model 14 Classic (Ruger .204) today off of a well known online gun forum and now I need a scope.  I think I will purchase the Vortex Viper 6.5-20x44mm scope.  I think I would like to use the Burris Signature Zee rings.  However, will the medium height be enough height?  Also what else do I need to mount the scope.  I have never mounted a scope before and I am not sure what is need for the Savage rifle.  Any help would be appreciated.  Thanks


Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: September/02/2010 at 07:17
SVT_Tactical View Drop Down
Optics Retard
Optics Retard
Avatar
Chief Sackscratch

Joined: December/17/2009
Location: NorthCackalacky
Status: Offline
Points: 27171
Call SWFA @ 972-SCOPE-IT  and tell them what you have and they will tell you what height.  All you need is the package from talley.  There is a supplied wrench in it. 
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: September/04/2010 at 01:06
GetSome View Drop Down
Optics Journeyman
Optics Journeyman
Avatar

Joined: December/12/2009
Location: Oregon
Status: Offline
Points: 516
Nice pics and write up's gentlemen.
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: October/29/2010 at 10:32
saitotiktmdog View Drop Down
Optics Apprentice
Optics Apprentice
Avatar

Joined: June/08/2010
Location: IN
Status: Offline
Points: 256
Shot my viper 6.5-20X44 on my savage 30-06 and love it.  The only issue i have is it takes me a while to focus in but thats because I need new contact lenses. I have a 6-24x50 crossfire now too that I dont have anything to put on yet.  First impression are good except it gets fuzzy in the high magnification. I am wondering if that is just because I cant point it at anything far enough away to use the 24x mag. If I take my viper and put it on 20 and then point it at the house across the street even when I adjust the parallax to the yardage its still not really clear. 
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: October/29/2010 at 13:29
Bitterroot Bulls View Drop Down
Optics Master
Optics Master
Avatar

Joined: May/07/2009
Location: Montana
Status: Offline
Points: 2965
Saito,

Does the image get sharp at a different parallax setting? Many of my parallax adjustable scopes are marked well off of the proper parallax setting. I just adjust the parallax to get a sharp, parallax free image for my intended target.
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: October/29/2010 at 13:34
supertool73 View Drop Down
Optics Jedi Master
Optics Jedi Master
Avatar
Superstool

Joined: January/03/2008
Location: Utah
Status: Offline
Points: 8025
My Viper is not super clear at over 16x either.  Higher magnification really brings out the flaws in glass and the whole optical system.  Having only the 44mm objective will make that even a little worse over the 50mm.

Bitterroot is right about the parallax, mine does not quite line up with the numbers either. 
Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: November/01/2010 at 06:34
saitotiktmdog View Drop Down
Optics Apprentice
Optics Apprentice
Avatar

Joined: June/08/2010
Location: IN
Status: Offline
Points: 256
Originally posted by Bitterroot Bulls Bitterroot Bulls wrote:

Saito,

Does the image get sharp at a different parallax setting? Many of my parallax adjustable scopes are marked well off of the proper parallax setting. I just adjust the parallax to get a sharp, parallax free image for my intended target.
The numbers on the objective are rarely spot on. I just turn it until the image gets clear. Over about 16x its blurry no matter what the parallax setting is. Of course I can only point it at things about 150 yards away in my neighborhood. I got the scope off the sample list becuase it was 79 bucks and I figured it was worth the shot, being a vortex with the customer service and the warranty. Is the scope defective? or is it just due to 24x being too much mag for objects closer than say 200 300 yards?
 Post Reply Post Reply Page  1 2 3>
  Share Topic   

Forum Jump Forum Permissions View Drop Down

Similar Threads: "Vortex Review Thread"
Subject Author Forum Replies Last Post
Leica CRF 800 vs Vortex Ranger 1000 Video Review TV-PressPass Laser Rangefinders 9
Vortex Razor HD Gen II 1-6 Video Review: Tav TV-PressPass Tactical Scopes 2
Sightron SIII vs Vortex PST Review Sapper524 Rifle Scopes 13
Leupold VX-R and Vortex Viper Review atlasman Rifle Scopes 96
Vortex 2.5-10x44mm Review Fbach Tactical Scopes 8
Vortex Razor HD review Klamath Binoculars 43
Review of the Vortex Crossfire 6-24x50 Fredfrankbob Rifle Scopes 36
Binoc Review Minox v Vortex v Zeiss 8x42 binocs ssives Binoculars 2
Review Zeiss FL 8x42 vs Vortex Razor 8x42 tamanoir Binoculars 16
8x42 Vortex Razor - OT Fieldtest Program Review lucznik Member's Tests and Reviews 31


This page was generated in 0.141 seconds.