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    Vortex Optics FFP Diamondback Tactical Rifle Scope 4-16x44, 6-24x50

    Try not to spit out your coffee as you check the price of the Diamondback Tactical FFP after reading about its impressive performance and features!

    The first focal plane reticle, a feature ordinarily reserved for 4-figure-priced optics, allows shooters to use the information-packed EBR-2C reticles for ranging, holdovers or windage corrections on any magnification. Exposed elevation and windage turrets are low profile enough to stay out of the way in packing situations, but offer the quickness, ease and precision of dialing accurate shots at distance. A side adjustable parallax gives shooters peace of mind by removing parallax error from the equation from 10 yards to infinity.

    4-16x44 FFP or 6-24x50 FFP. MOA or MRAD - We have them all!

    Follow links below for full specs! You will not be disappointed!

    Vortex Optics Diamondback Tactical Rifle Scope 4-16x44 FFP, EBR-2C, 30mm Tube, Tactical Turrets, MOA, DBK-10026 - $489.99

    Vortex Optics Diamondback Tactical Rifle Scope 4-16x44 FFP, EBR-2C, 30mm Tube, Tactical Turrets, MRAD, DBK-10027 - $489.99

    Vortex Optics Diamondback Tactical Rifle Scope 6-24x50 FFP, EBR-2C, 30mm Tube, Tactical Turrets, MOA, DBK-10028 - $549.99

    Vortex Optics Diamondback Tactical Rifle Scope 6-24x50 FFP, EBR-2C, 30mm Tube, Tactical Turrets, MRAD, DBK-10029 - $549.99




    Last edited by bullseyesports; 08-09-2018 at 12:23 PM.
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    Holy crap balls! Awesome!

    I had a Diamondback Tactical 4-12x40 and was really happy with it other than wanting side focus, FFP and a 30mm tube.

    Any idea how this will stack up on optical clarity vs. the Strike Eagle 3-18? I looked through one of those at max mag and couldn’t get it to focus properly (seemed cloudy?) and it was a little dark. Hoping with the slightly lower max mag this new rig might be a little clearer/brighter?

    Any early adopter, first day buyer discount?

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    Can't do any discounts on these but we have heard that people have stated it looks better than the strike eagle.

    Quote Originally Posted by 3030AT30 View Post
    Holy crap balls! Awesome!

    I had a Diamondback Tactical 4-12x40 and was really happy with it other than wanting side focus, FFP and a 30mm tube.

    Any idea how this will stack up on optical clarity vs. the Strike Eagle 3-18? I looked through one of those at max mag and couldn’t get it to focus properly (seemed cloudy?) and it was a little dark. Hoping with the slightly lower max mag this new rig might be a little clearer/brighter?

    Any early adopter, first day buyer discount?
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    Thanks for the quick response; great communication from you guys as usual

    Checking my VISA balance now.

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    Too bad they used that busy reticle. No good for varmints.... need a clear field of view.

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    I can't seem to find any reviews on these specific brand vortex diamondback scopes. I seem to find the sfp/non windage turret ones. Are these new for 2018? What's the regular selling price on these?

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    Does anyone know how the zero stop works on these? Shims or the system used on the higher end scopes?
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    Double post, sorry.
    Last edited by Canadian eh!; 08-09-2018 at 08:07 PM. Reason: Duped
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    new for 2018.

    Quote Originally Posted by CanadianRouge View Post
    I can't seem to find any reviews on these specific brand vortex diamondback scopes. I seem to find the sfp/non windage turret ones. Are these new for 2018? What's the regular selling price on these?
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    Damn. It's like a 1/3 priced Viper HST with no illumination.

    These will be popular.

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