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    New Vortex Razor Gen III coming


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    It will be interesting to see if they can pull this off well.

    Then look for fire sales on II-Es new and used.

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    Insider tip from Ilya Koshkin over on Snipershide is that the product is real and will be officially announced in a week.

    There is also a page with the reticle options.

    I'm not sure if this flyer is final or accurate. If they have truly achieved a 1-10x FFP scope in the exact same footprint and weight as the II-E 1-6, this is a revolutionary product. Adding an exceedingly useful wind dot MRAD reticle akin to the one Nightforce put in their 1-8 ATACR is simply the cherry on top of the already mindblowing pie.

    My Razor 1-6 gen II no longer feels like an investment, it feels like a boat anchor. But such is the price of progress..
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    Quote Originally Posted by joffe View Post
    Insider tip from Ilya Koshkin over on Snipershide is that the product is real and will be officially announced in a week...

    ...If they have truly achieved a 1-10x FFP scope in the exact same footprint and weight as the II-E 1-6, this is a revolutionary product. Adding an exceedingly useful wind dot MRAD reticle akin to the one Nightforce put in their 1-8 ATACR is simply the cherry on top of the already mindblowing pie.
    Agreed - clarity, execution and reticle usefulness will be the deciding factors on if this is a home run or not.

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    Curious to see how visible the dot is at FFP... This seems like a game changer if it is solid, which I assume it will be.
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    I hope this lives up to all of its potential.


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    The weight if true is far more important to me than the 10x

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    Curious about eyebox on 1x.

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    2.4mm exit pupil at 10x, I wouldn't expect very much out of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RHINOWSO View Post
    It will be interesting to see if they can pull this off well.

    Then look for fire sales on II-Es new and used.
    I hope so...I dont know if we are quite there yet technologically to make a good 1-10x with out sacrificing something on the low end ie, eye box, distortion, FOV.

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