Im a big advocate of scope levels. I look forward to getting a Vortex Flare on one of my rifles.
The Vortex Riflescopes Flare Illuminated Bubble Level is everything you ever wanted in a scope level. Low-signature, rear-facing illumination with three intensity levels ensures optimal visibility in all light conditions. The recessed push-button control is easily accessed from a shooting position. The integrated Picatinny rail mount attaches easily and keeps the level low and trim. It can be mounted and removed with the riflescope on or off your rifle. SKU: FBL-1
Battery – Flare Illuminated Bubble Level utilizes an LR621 battery. The Vortex Riflescopes Flare Illuminated Bubble Level is made in the USA.
What is the Purpose of a Scope Level
Your rifle when properly set up is using the vertical and horizontal plane as a frame of reference. When you shoot the force of gravity will be at work pulling your bullet towards the earth. Should you want to shoot out further gravity has more time to impact the bullet and you may need to make a correction (hold over or dial your turret) in order to impact your target. Should you cant your rifle it will no longer be in the correct frame of reference so your corrections may not be as accurate as you desire. Having a level gives you the opportunity to make sure you are correctly positioning your rifle and makes sure your corrections will be as intended.
Get on target fast with the Vortex Sparc II red dot sight. Ultra-compact and lightweight, the SPARC II (Speed Point Aiming for Rapid Combat) is equally at home mounted on an AR-15, AR-10 or 308 AR rifle. Digital rear facing controls for powering on/off and adjusting the 2 MOA daylight bright red dot brightness at ten intensity levels—automatically returning to the last dot intensity used when powered up. Rugged single-piece body machined from aircraft grade aluminum is o-ring sealed for waterproof and fogproof performance.
Fully Multi-Coated Multiple anti-reflective coatings on all air-to-glass surfaces increase light transmission.
Bright Red Dot Display is highly visible in daylight.
Brightness Settings 10 Levels
Vortex Sparc II SPC-402 Construction Features
Single-Piece Chassis Compact and lightweight.
Waterproof O-ring seals prevent moisture, dust and debris from penetrating for reliable performance in all environments.
Fogproof Nitrogen gas purging delivers fogproof, waterproof performance.
Shockproof Rugged construction withstands recoil and impact.
Hard Anodized Finish Highly durable low-glare matte finish.
Operating Temperature Rated from -4 degrees to +158 degrees Fahrenheit.
Vortex Sparc II SPC-402 Convenience Features
Multi-Height Mount System Includes a high mount, low mount, and a spacer that can be combined to provide various mounting heights: lower 1/3 co-witness (40 mm), absolute co-witness (37 mm), 21 mm, and 18 mm.
Unlimited Eye Relief Non-critical eye relief for rapid target acquisition.
Adjustable Dot Intensity Provides ten variable illumination settings—the lowest two settings are night-vision compatible.
Battery Life 12-hour auto-shutdown feature maximizes battery life. Typical battery life is 300 hours at maximum brightness and 5,000 hours at minimum brightness setting.
It appears that Vortex Optics now has Eotech in their sights with the announcement of the AMG UH-1 Holographic Sight. The timing could not be better given Eotech’s latest troubles with the admission of cold weather distortion, reticle fade, thermal drift and parallax issues.
Introducing the Vortex Optics RAZOR AMG UH-1 Holographic Sight.
The RAZOR AMG UH-1 Holographic Sight affectionately known in-house as “Huey.” The UH-1 is a completely new force in weapon mounted holographic technology, and you’re one of the first shooters to see it! Inside the durable aluminum chassis the UH-1 features fewer moving parts compared to traditional holographic sights. This equates to maximum durability. The holographic sight is powered with the included CR123A battery. the weapon sight also has the option of running LFP CR123A batteries. LFP CR123A batteries can be recharged using the on-board, waterproof micro-USB port.
We believe the shooter is the only one who should see the new Vortex EBR-CQB reticle so we engineered the entire system to virtually eliminate all traces of forward signature, unlike any other red dot or holographic sight on the market.
VORTEX STRIKE EAGLE 1-6×24 AR RIFLE SCOPE | AR SCOPE | 308 SCOPE. Perfect for close to medium range shooting. Suitable for Hunting, Combat, Military, Personal Protection and Target Shooting.
VORTEX STRIKE EAGLE 1-6×24 AR RIFLE SCOPE
VORTEX STRIKE EAGLE 1-6×24 AR RIFLE SCOPE
VORTEX STRIKE EAGLE 1-6×24 AR RIFLE SCOPE – Speed and versatility, that’s what 1x variable optics offer 308 AR shooters who need to engage targets from point-blank out to extended ranges. This is exactly what shooters are going to get with the new Vortex Strike Eagle 1-6 x 24.
Take into consideration what it costs to get into this optic, and you may find you can’t afford not to buy it. Whether you’re burning through a 3-Gun Stage, logging some range time, or holding for hair on a coyote you’ve duped into thinking you’re lunch. The Vortex Strike Eagle is up to the task.
High-quality, fully multi-coated lenses deliver a clear, crisp sight picture with optimal low-light performance. A true one-power on the low end of its 6x zoom range provides quick target acquisition in close quarters scenarios. Need to engage targets at distance? Crank it up to 6x and let it rip.
The Ultimate Optics Guide to Rifle Shooting by Vortex Optics
As I mentioned in previous posts I am not typically a “Brand” guy but as a rare exception I’m becoming a fan of the Vortex Optics brand. This morning over coffee I was scanning the Vortex Optic site for 2016 products when I happened across the All About Optics Brochure. I found it to be nicely done and informative in a down to earth manner. Being a curious guy I decided to research who wrote it. It appears the author is CPL. Reginald J.G. Wales a technical field advisor for Vortex Optics. Upon further research it turns out CPL. Reginald J.G. Wales is also the author of a book from Vortex optics called “The Ultimate Optics Guide to Rifle Shooting” from Vortex Optics”. The Ultimate Optics Guide to Rifle Shooting was released in December 2015 and has no reviews at the usual places. The book can be previewed on Google Books and purchased from Google and Amazon in Hardback, Paper and Kindle versions. I was hoping the kindle version would be less expensive but it’s the same as the paperback. I ordered the paperback. Look for feedback and a review in the near future.
The Ultimate Optics Guide to Rifle Shooting
The The Ultimate Optics Guide to Rifle Shooting is a comprehensive manual that teaches you everything you need to know to use your optical scope to its maximum potential. Although showing you how to use your scope to hit the target is the author’s top priority, he also teaches you how to use your scope for other tasks, such as zeroing in at different ranges and using your reticle to calculate range, measure objects at a distance, adjust for wind and elevation, measure unknown bullet drop, and much more.Packed with illustrations and equations and loaded with practical exercises that help you apply what you learn, this book will raise your shooting skills to a whole new level. Whether you are a competition shooter, a hunter, or a law enforcement or military professional, this book is an invaluable addition to your marksmanship toolbox. The author, Cpl. Reginald J. G. Wales (CAF, Ret.) serves as a certified firearms instructor and also a technical field advisor for Vortex Optics (Canada). In this book, he draws on experience in the military and as a firearms instructor, a hunter, and competition shooter to teach you how to get the most out of your scope on the range, on the hunt, and on the battlefield.