This is one that many of us in the long-range shooting community have been waiting for. The Razor HD line of riflescopes has been extremely popular amongst precision rifle shooters as well as serious hunters and their Razor HD Gen II riflescope has been one of the best in the business – until now. Vortex has just announced the introduction of their new Razor HD Gen III 6-36x56mm FFP Riflescope. This new riflescope balances your field of view with great magnification and a first focal plane reticle that makes for a great sight picture.
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Vortex Introduces the new Razor HD Gen III 6-36×56 FFP Riflescope
Built around the perfect balance of magnification and field of view, the Razor® Gen III 6- 36×56 FFP delivers the resolution and contrast you need for long-range, tactical shooting. To get the absolute most out of the first focal plane reticle, the EBR-7D presents a clean sight picture while still providing ample wind holds and ranging information. Round it out with a rugged build and you have the long-range, tactical solution you’ve been waiting for.
The Razor HD Gen III 6-36×56 FFP riflescope will come along with standard accessories like a 3-inch sunshade, an included throw lever, a lens cloth, a CR2032 battery for powering the illuminated reticle, a custom 2mm throw lever tool, and a 2.5mm turret tool, or L-TEC tool for the MRAD reticle version. Each click adjustment for the HD Gen III scope is measured at 1/4 MOA per click and with the Gen III Razor, you also get 120 MOA of elevation adjustment along with 52.5 MOA of windage adjustment. (MRAD adjustments are 0.1 MRAD per click and 36.1 MRAD and 15.5 MRAD respectively for elevation and windage adjustments). New for the Razor HD Gen III is also a parallax setting that goes all the way down to 10 yards.
The Razor HD Gen III 6-36×56 FFP riflescope will be available in both the EBR-7D MOA reticle as well as the EBR-7D MRAD and both versions will retail for an MSRP of $3,999.99. What are your guy’s thoughts on the new Razor HD Gen III riflescope? Thoughts welcome down below.
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