Description

The Vortex Strike Eagle riflescope delivers the versatility of both short and long range shots built on a rock-solid quality housing. This scope provides accuracy, reliability, and repeatability every time you squeeze the trigger. The Strike Eagle boasts of a plethora of features all comprised in a compact, trim, and durable package. Value is what the Strike Eagle riflescope is all about. The Vortex Strike Eagle riflescope is for those who want to get in the game, but don't want to take out a loan to do it.

Features:
Fully Muli-Coated Lenses
Aircraft-Grade Aluminum Housing
Waterproof and Fogproof
Glass-Etched Reticle
Tactical-Style Turrets

Specifications
Item Condition New
Scope Weight: 23.9 oz.
Scope Length: 13.5"
Magnification Range: 3-18x
Scope Objective Diameter: 44mm
Scope Tube Size / Mount: 30mm
Turret Adjustment (Click Value): 1/4 MOA
Parallax Adjustment: 20 yards to infinity
Reticle Position: Second Focal Plane
Reticle Details: EBR-4 MOA Reticle
Field of View: 34.5-5.7 feet @ 100 yards
Eye Relief: 4.1 - 3.5 feet
Illuminated Reticle: Yes
Scope Finish: Black
Scope Turret Rotation: Counter Clockwise (CCW)
UPC 875874002647
MPN SE-1626

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Looking to put on my 308 for deer. Sometimes get close shots, but most are over 200

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I bought one for these a while back and mounted it to CZ 455. It tracks beautifully and will focus down to about 15 yards for me. The glass is plenty good enough for what I use it for (.22 LR out to 200 yards) and the reticle is not to busy.

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Good to hear. I'm looking for something affordable for my 455 right now.

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