Are vortex Strike Eagle any good?

The Vortex Strike Eagle 4-24×50 is rugged, reliable, and reasonably priced. Plus, it’s perfect for long range and distance shooting. That said, the Vortex Strike Eagle 4-24×50’s wide magnification range makes this scope versatile. It’s a top choice for close and mid range shooters too.

What is the difference between Vortex Viper and Strike Eagle?

The major differences are in the optic coatings and quality, the PST is one generation better than the Strike Eagle, and the price difference is based on the newer and better performing optics. The bottom line is this; if you need a long-range inexpensive but high-quality scope, then the Strike Eagle is your choice.

Where is Vortex Strike Eagle manufactured?

The Strike Eagle was briefly offered in higher magnification ranges like a 4-20, but those models were phased out. The Strike Eagle series is also manufactured in China. Vortex Diamondback scopes – The Diamondback is the next set up above the Crossfire II series and features better quality glass and more features.

Is the Vortex Strike Eagle rated for 308?

Strike Eagle Use 223 and 7.62/. 308 rifles. There are even instructions on how to go about zeroing the optic for each included in the box for this optic.

Is primary arms better than vortex?

Both come with the same 24 mm objective lens diameter, but the quality of the Vortex optics outperforms that of the Primary Arms, and they both come with 30mm tubes. So testing brightness and clarity of vision is perceptually easy, and the Vortex is a clear winner here.

Is Vortex Strike Eagle 1/6 FFP or SFP?

The Strike Eagle uses a Second Focal Plane (SFP), and a centered halo for fast target acquisition. The etched BDC is only accurate at the max range of 6x. The design is specific for the AR-15, so for other rifles/ammunitions it’ll take time at the range to calibrate the zero.

How long does the battery last in a vortex Strike Eagle?

The Strike Eagle features Vortex’s own AR-BDC reticle. The AR-BDC is glass etched and illuminated, with 11 power options. Power source is one CR 2032 battery, and Vortex estimates 150 hours of battery life on maximum intensity.

Is the vortex Strike Eagle illuminated?

The illuminated, glass-etched AR-BDC reticle subtends with popular 5.56 mm cartridges, and the centered halo promotes fast target acquisition. Subtension detail for Strike Eagle 1-6×24 riflescope with AR-BDC reticle.