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View Poll Results: How is the Vortex, regardless of price? (Multi-choice/Public Voting!)

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  • The glass is not related to the price, it's nearly as clear as S&B!

    3 10.34%
  • The glass is what you'd expect from a $1000-1400 scope. "meh".

    9 31.03%
  • The glass is "$2500 league", but the rest of the scope...meh

    0 0%
  • The scope is as good in every way as those costing 2x as much!

    18 62.07%
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Thread: Does the Vortex Razor HD2 (now -E) 1-6 "perform above its price"?

  1. #31
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    there was no option in poll for "does exactly what I would expect at this price point." but that would be my answer.Screen Shot 2018-09-26 at 8.40.45 PM.jpg

    Chris
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    I owned a 1-6 Razor HD for about 4 years. It doesn't gather light at dusk/twilight like my Kahles K16i does. Not even close. Aside from the weight penalty of the Razor, being able to make out targets at dusk and have a useable illumination of the dot are the two biggest cons of the Razor for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nickdrak View Post
    I owned a 1-6 Razor HD for about 4 years. It doesn't gather light at dusk/twilight like my Kahles K16i does. Not even close. Aside from the weight penalty of the Razor, being able to make out targets at dusk and have a useable illumination of the dot are the two biggest cons of the Razor for me.
    I don’t agree with you on the on any of your point except the weight. The illumination on the Razor is probably the brightest of any of the scopes i have used, own, or looked through. I do agree the Kahles is a great scope though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nickdrak View Post
    I owned a 1-6 Razor HD for about 4 years. It doesn't gather light at dusk/twilight like my Kahles K16i does. Not even close. Aside from the weight penalty of the Razor, being able to make out targets at dusk and have a useable illumination of the dot are the two biggest cons of the Razor for me.
    I own both and prefer the kahles k16i reticle, but the razor e 1-6 illumination is at least 2x as bright at max setting. Light gathering feels the same to me at dusk, and optical clarity/quality also feels similar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vicious_cb View Post
    Well it definitely performs above this price. Looks like Eurooptic is trying to dump their "heavy" Razors

    This explains why I wasn’t able to sell a used on for the same price! Decided to pull it off the market though because I knew I’d regret selling. Even more so if i had to keep dropping the price


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    Quote Originally Posted by MJinPA View Post
    This explains why I wasn’t able to sell a used on for the same price! Decided to pull it off the market though because I knew I’d regret selling. Even more so if i had to keep dropping the price


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    Yeah distributors are selling the older models out at a discount (seen as low as $899.99) to make room for the -E model.
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