Vortex Razor HD Reticle Eyepiece MRAD 22x (85mm scopes only)

PrisNOK5 399,00 inkl. mva.
Vortex Optics

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Razor® HD Reticle Eyepiece — MRAD Used in conjunction with the latest generation Razor® HD 27-60x85mm spotter, range work, calling shots and spotter/shooter communication become seamless. It´s essentially like having a ruler in your spotting scope —which comes in quite handy. Just like many of our riflescopes, the eyepiece is available in both MOA and MRAD configurations to match the reticle subtension markings and turret graduations in your riflescope. This eyepiece is specifically designed for use with the latest generation 27-60x85mm Razor® HD spotting scopes - it is not compatible with the 65mm and 50 mm Razor® HD models. Note This eyepiece is specifically designed for use with the latest generation 27-60x85mm Razor® HD spotting scopes— it is not compatible with the 65 mm or 50 mm Razor® HD models. VIP Warranty HD Premium XR Coatings ArmorTek Magnification (per scope) 22x Linear Field of View (per scope) 130.3´ feet/1000 yards Angular Field of View (per scope) 2.5 degrees Eye Relief 31 mm Length 3.1 inches Weight 11.5 oz. Product Manual (PDF) Download

OPTICAL FEATURES HD Optical System Optimized with select glass elements to deliver exceptional resolution, cut chromatic aberration and provide outstanding color fidelity, edge-to-edge sharpness and light transmission. XR™ Lens Coatings Premium anti-reflective coatings on all air-to-glass surfaces provide superior light transmission for exceptional clarity and low-light performance. CONSTRUCTION FEATURES ArmorTek® Ultra-hard exterior lens coatings defend against scratches, oil and dirt. Shockproof Designed to withstand the highest levels of recoil and impact.

RAZOR HD 22X MRAD RANGING RETICLE Hashmarked ranging reticle using MRAD-based subtension lines for ranging, holdover, and windage corrections. Secondary ranging references facilitate rapid range estimating.