Vortex Razor HD Gen II-E 1-6×24

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The era of LPVOs (low-powered variable optics) is upon us. And there’s a lot of good options out there. The Vortex Razor HD is one such option. Especially when the new version that was released featured a decent reduction in weight. The Razor is one of the few scopes on the market with a decent daylight-visible reticle. Granted, the battery life isn’t amazing when you’re on 11, the highest setting. So it shouldn’t be treated exactly like a red dot. But if the battery dies, you’ve still got an etched reticle and very clear glass.

The Razor HD-E is second focal plane.

The Razor is built like a tank with a standard 30mm tube. The Razor HD is built with low-profile capped windage and elevation turrets. Capped turrets are very handy for rigorous activities. The turrets offer 50 MOA of adjustment with a single turn while you’re zero-resetting the optic.

Every Razor HD-E we sell includes the Switchview throw lever by Vortex. Something we believe every LPVO should include. Normally sold for $60.

Magnification1-6 x
Objective Lens Diameter24 mm
Eye Relief4.0 inches
Field of View115.2-20.5 feet/100 yards
Tube Size30 mm
Turret StyleLow Capped
Adjustment Graduation1/2 MOA
Travel per Rotation50 MOA
Max Elevation Adjustment150 MOA
Max Windage Adjustment150 MOA
Parallax Setting100 yards
Length10.1 inches
Weight21.5 ounces
Every Razor HD-E we ship includes the Switchview throw lever.
How does the weight of the Vortex Razor 1-6 HD-E compare to the Vudu?
The Razor is 21.5oz, and the Vudu is 20.1oz.
Which Geissele Scope mount do you recommend for this?
The 1.93, or the Super Precision Extended length. 30mm, obviously.
Is the illuminated center dot bright enough on a sunny day?
Yes. Which is rare to find with an LPVO these days. But the battery doesn’t last long and the dot dims once the battery drops.
Razor mounted to a BCM with a Geissele 1.93 mount. Tall enough to offer a good sight picture with a full face respirator.

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