Vortex Razor HD-E 1-6 Scope
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 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.
|Objective Lens Diameter||24 mm|
|Eye Relief||4.0 inches|
|Field of View||115.2-20.5 feet/100 yards|
|Tube Size||30 mm|
|Turret Style||Low Capped|
|Adjustment Graduation||1/2 MOA|
|Travel per Rotation||50 MOA|
|Max Elevation Adjustment||150 MOA|
|Max Windage Adjustment||150 MOA|
|Parallax Setting||100 yards|