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Thread: Primary Arms 1-6x Gen 3 Scope

  1. #41
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    hmmm - at that price I'm torn between the P4XI and Vortex Razor...

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    Would like a Razor. May go for it eventually.

    Have the VX-R Hog and the P4XI. Glass clarity and brightness are just about identical. Dot intensity is equal and bright.

    VXR weight is a biggy over the P4XI.

    VXR motion activation is a plus, although the Steiner may have a longer battery life. I do prefer the P4XI off stops between intensities and not having to cycle through all settings to get back again as with VXR single switch.

    VXR magnification switch is short, smooth and has a bump that is easy to use. P4XI is a longer arc and needs added leverage to even come close.

    The VXR 1.3 or 1.4? Low end is a major issue for some.

    Both have very long eye relief. Have the VXR in an Aero SPR mount which just barely allows NTCH cheek weld. Due to the adjustment bell location on the P4XI I had to go with an ADM extended cantilever to get it as far forward as I wanted.
    Last edited by jsbhike; 01-31-19 at 21:55.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joeg26er View Post
    hmmm - at that price I'm torn between the P4XI and Vortex Razor...
    I have a Razor that I'm more than happy with. I wanted a lighter weight optic though that performs well and is still durable enough for duty optic.

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    VXR / Mark AR from Leupold are decent optics, very lightweight typically but you never get close to 1x.

    Sure it's usable but I think true 1x is very different from 1.25 or 1.5x.
    - Rhino

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