Vortex Strike Eagle 5-25×56 FFP EBR-7C (MRAD) Reticle
Vortex Strike Eagle 5-25×56 FFP 30 mm AO EBR-7C MOA / MRAD is a rifle scope for long-range shooting, with HD lenses with anti-reflective XR coatings, first focal plane illuminated reticle and RevStop Zero System, allowing for quick reset of initial settings .
Vortex Strike Eagle 5-25×56 FFP is designed for shooters looking for proven optics that will allow them to start their adventure with long-range shooting in the right way.
Strike Eagle offers professional solutions, precise mechanics, reliable operation and a lifetime VIP guarantee.
If you add excellent HD optics, an illuminated first focal plane reticle, side parallax adjustment and locking turrets with a quick reset system, we get a proven tool for precision shooting at an affordable price.
The single-piece 6061-T6 aircraft aluminum tube, thus ensuring resistance to recoil, corrosion and mechanical damage.
The anodized tube has a highly durable anti-reflective finish to prevent scratching and abrasion.
Precise sealing and filling the optics with dry nitrogen, completely eliminates the problem of internal fogging of the lenses and provides IPX7 protection, as a result the telescope is resistant to rain, snow and immersion in water.
The 34 mm diameter tube allows for an impressive range of vertical (110 MOA or 31 MRAD) and horizontal (78 MOA or 23 MRAD) adjustment, allowing you to shoot at long distances.
The outer lenses are covered with a hard Armortek coating that protects against scratches, dirt, moisture and oils.
Such construction means that the rifle scope can be safely used in all weather conditions, without fear of damage to the optics.
The 370 mm long sight has a relatively low weight of 862 g.
Vortex Strike Eagle 5-25×56 FFP 34 mm uses HD lenses that guarantee high resolution, sharpness from edge to edge, faithful color reproduction and bright image without distortions resulting from chromatic aberration.
HD lenses are made of glass with a low dispersion coefficient, which results in excellent resolution and contrast.
Another advantage of this type of glass is its relatively low density, which makes the optics lighter.
The parameter that distinguishes the Strike Eagle from the competition is high light transmission, which affects the brightness of the image even in unfavorable lighting conditions.
All air-to-glass surfaces have multilayer anti-reflective XR coatings, thanks to which we can see a sharp and bright image of the target even at the maximum magnification of 25x.
Illuminated FPP reticle
Vortex Strike Eagle 5-25×56 FFP is designed for long-range shooting, therefore this model uses an illuminated first focal plane reticle.
The FPP reticle changes its size depending on the magnification, enabling comfortable reading and precise corrections.
The reticle has an 11-step backlight adjustment, with a setting locking mechanism, enabling comfortable work in all lighting conditions.
An external ring (on the parallax turret) is used to change the brightness intensity, thanks to which the operation of this function is instinctive and comfortable.
The field of view at 100 m ranges from 6.7 m (5 × magnification) to 2.2 m (25 × magnification).
The large eye relief (93 mm) allows you to shoot in corrective lenses, reduces eye fatigue and protects the shooter from recoil of the weapon.
Sniper EBR-7C Reticle
Hash-marked reticle using MOA or MRAD-based subtension lines and floating wind hold dots for ranging, holdover, and windage corrections.
Letters refer to reticle subtensions listed in chart below.
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To ensure maximum resistance and reliability of the optical system, the reticle was etched with a laser and secured with two layers of glass.
The EBR-7c reticle is specially designed for long-range shooting.
The grid allows you to precisely determine the distance, compensate for precipitation, apply wind correction and calculate the parameters of a moving target.
Depending on the needs, at the time of purchase, we can choose between a reticle expressed in MRAD or MOA.
The side parallax knob allows you to smoothly compensate for the parallax error (point of view error affecting the aiming point) in tearing your eyes off the target.
The parallax correction allows you to precisely adjust the sharpness of the image depending on the distance at which you shoot.
Tactical turrets with the RevStop reset system
Exposed, low-profile turrets with knurled rings allow you to change settings also in tactical gloves.
The turret click moves the reticle 1/4 MOA (or 0.1 MRAD), the full range of reticle adjustment is 110 MOA / 31 MRAD vertically and 78 MOA / 23 MRAD horisontally.
Vortex Strike Eagle 5-25×56 FFP Dimensions (in cm)
Included in the box:
- Lens cloth
- CR2032 battery
- Turret tool
- 2mm hex wrench
- Throw lever
- Rubber style lens covers
- RevStop Zero Ring
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