Vortex Optics new Razor HD 5-20x50mm riflescope was designed from the ground up to meet the needs of military and law enforcement precision shooters. Packed with more than a dozen unique performance and optical features, the Razor delivers superior ranging and accuracy at extreme distances – and absolutely reliable performance in the most demanding shooting conditions.
With its 35mm one-piece tube machined from aircraft-grade aluminum, the Razor offers an incredible 36 mrad / 125 MOA adjustment range for windage and elevation; enough to accommodate for bullet drop at the most extreme distances. The optically-indexed lenses are precision-ground from XD optical glass and fully multi-coated with Vortex’s advanced XR coating to deliver the highest level of edge-to-edge brightness, resolution and clarity obtainable with today’s optical technologies. A unique, multi-element apochromatic (APO) objective lens virtually eliminates chromatic aberration across the entire field of view so targets can be more clearly defined at longer distances – and camouflage patterns more easily spotted and identified.
Vortex’s proprietary RZR (Rapid Zero Return) Zero Stop mechanism stops the elevation turret from dialing below sight-in range using a rotational-blocking steel design (patent pending) that’s mechanically more reliable and accurate than other systems that block the vertical movement of the turret. The RZR Zero Stop is fully sealed from the elements – even when being set. Delivers precise return to zero after temporary elevation corrections have been dialed without the need for the user to count clicks.
With generous 3.9 in. eye relief through the entire 5-20X range of magnification, absolutely waterproof/dustproof/shockproof construction, and a hard-anodized matte Stealth Shadow Black finish, the Razor HD 5-20mm riflescope truly represents the state-of-the art in combat-ready rifle optics. MSRP $2,499.00. Visit www.vortexoptics.com for more information.
Vortex Optics new Razor HD 5-20x50mm riflescope was designed from the ground up to…
by Charlie Cutshaw / Oct 7, 2009