Vortex Optics

Vortex Strike Eagle 1-8x24 SFP AR-BDC3 MOA Riflescope

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goHUNT Highlights

  • Perfect for small caliber rifles or AR platforms used for predator hunting
  • The Vortex Strike Eagles rugged construction will help withstand recoil and impact
  • Nitrogen gas purging prevents internal fogging over a wide range of temperatures

Manufacturer Highlights

  • Features and ArmorTek scratch-resistant coating
  • The included throw lever can be installed for quick and easy magnification adjustments
  • Corrosion and wear-resistant anodization provides a low-glare matte surface and helps camouflage the shooter’s position
  • Warranty - Lifetime VIP

A true 1x on the low end, the Vortex Strike Eagle can zoom to let shooters rapidly engage on targets near and far. The AR-BDC3 reticle aids in rapid shooting while providing holdover and ranging references from 0-600 yards. With that added thread in throw lever, you will be on target even faster, shot after shot. This scope will be perfect for your small caliber and AR platforms for your predator hunting.

Magnification 1-8x
Objective Lens Diameter 24mm
Eye Relief 3.5"
Field of View 109' - 14.4' @ 100 yards
Tube Size 30mm
Turret Style Capped
Adjustment Graduation 1/2 MOA
Travel Per Rotation 44 MOA
Max Elevation Adjustment 140 MOA
Max Windage Adjustment 140 MOA
Parallax Setting Fixed @ 100 yards
Length 10"
Weight 1 lb 1.6 oz
Warranty Lifetime VIP

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Great scope for the money

I wanted to try Vortex scopes, and needed a LPVO for a 16” Grendel build. Having had lots of Leupold scopes, as well as Trijicon and others, I was curious to see what these were about.
The reticle is really helpful for getting hits quickly at distance, and I’ve been able to push it out to 600 yards so far.

The downsides are to be expected for the price, but still disappointing. The biggest complaint is that the reticle is not anywhere near daylight bright. If you are thinking the 1x on this is “just like a red dot,” it is not. To me this is a big deal, and at least part of the reason to run a LPVO. My Leupold VX-Patrol is much brighter, despite being almost ten years old.

The other downsides are weight and clarity, both of which I expected going in. The glass is good enough to be of use, but definitely feels cheap when looking through at distance. Close in at 100-200 yards it isn’t a factor.

I wish Leupold would get hip to a reticle other than their “Duplex,” their lighter weight and better glass would make switching an easy decision.

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