VORTEX VIPER HS – T SERIES ( 30mm, Second Focal Plane) 6-24 X 50 VMR-1 (MRAD)

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VORTEX VIPER HS – T SERIES ( 30mm, Second Focal Plane) 6-24 X 50 VMR-1 (MRAD)


The Viper HS-T (Hunting Shooting Tactical) series of rifle scopes is ideal for a wide range of shooting applications. This series blends together the best features of the Viper PST and Viper HS rifle scopes. The advanced optical system has a 4x zoom range which provides magnification versatility. Its forgiving eye box has increased eye relief which allows shooters to get on target faster and with great ease. Topping off this rifle scope’s long-range performance features are incredibly precise, repeatable and durable tactical windage and elevation turrets, built specifically for dialing, as well as its hashmark-based reticle which is ideal for accurate holds at extended ranges.

  • Extra-low dispersion (XD) glass increases resolution and color fidelity, resulting in crisp, sharp images.
  • Proprietary coatings increase light transmission with multiple anti-reflective coatings on all air-to-glass surfaces.
  • Second focal plane reticle.
  • Tube diameter of 30mm.
  • Single piece tube maximises alignment, increasing accuracy and visual performance.
  • Aircraft-grade aluminum construction provides strength and rigidity.
  • O-ring seals provide waterproof protection as well as preventing dust from penetrating the monocular.
  • Argon gas purging provides fogproof performance.
  • Exposed tactical-style turrets provide fast, accurate and easily read elevation and windage adjustments..
  • Fast focus eye piece.
  • Hard anodized finish.
  • CRS Zero Stop: Customizable Rotational Stop (CRS) aids in return to zero after dialing temporary elevation correction.
  • Precision-force spring system ensures maximum repeatability and ease of adjustment.
  • The fiber optic turret rotation indicator provides a highly visible and tactile point of reference for turret rotations.
  • MAG-View Fiber Optic provides a highly visible reference point for the magnification setting.