Vortex Strike Eagle 1-6x24 Riflescope, AR-BDC Reticle - SE-1624-1

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Vortex Strike Eagle 1-6x24 Riflescope, AR-BDC Reticle - SE-1624-1

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$ 299.99

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SKU: 506415
UPC: 875874005914
MFR#: SE-1624-1
  • Magnification: 1-6x
  • Objective Lens Diameter: 24 mm
  • Eye Relief: 3.5 inches
  • Field of View: 116.5-19.2 feet/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: 100 yards
  • Length: 10.5 inches
  • Weight: 17.6 ounces

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Speed and versatility—that’s what 1x variable optics offer AR shooters who need to engage targets from point-blank out to extended ranges. And that’s exactly what you’re going to get with Vortex’s new 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 Strike Eagle is up to the task. High-quality, fully multi-coated lenses deliver a clear, crisp sight picture and 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.

SKU: 506415
SKU 506415
Department Knives Optics Flashlights
Brand Vortex
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SKU: 506415

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Does it run on battery?
Rufio on Dec 9, 2018
BEST ANSWER: The illuminated reticle is battery powered, but can be used without illumination if there is no battery power. A battery is included with the scope.
With this scope you can still use reticle with out batterys or does it have to have batterys?
Tim S on Jul 27, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Yes you can still use the scope without batteries. The reticle is etched into the glass. Now in saying this, the reticle will only be seen in daylight hours outside or lighted indoors because of the obvious.
Is it first focal plane or second focal plane?
Terry W on Jul 27, 2019
BEST ANSWER: It's second focal plane
Can you get the bdc for 300 black out?
John W on May 1, 2019
BEST ANSWER: The BDC is set up for .223/5.56 but you could use it for 300 BLK. The Vortex website has a ballistics calculator that should help, look for the LRBC heading.


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My 5 star rating says it all.
July 1, 2019
3 months ago
Great scope for the money true 1x
most scope you can get for the money. but shop. sometimes you can get it for less if you have a coupon from other places on line
April 7, 2019
1 year ago
Great scope for any ar build ... great clarity and easy to focus
Great scope for any at build
Great scope for any at build
February 7, 2019
8 months ago
New 1-6 Strike eagle
Just purchased the 1-6 strike eagle and mounted on my PSA 8.5" 300 blackout pistol. I mounted with the Burris speed cantilever base... first shot @ 40 yards with subsonic rounds was 2" high went out to 100 yards and shot a 6" group off the atv that was spot on. Went out to 150 yards and bottom of key was on target. No adjustments out of the box never had that happen. So far very happy
August 1, 2017
My favorite AR optic to date..
This optic has the flexability of a Red-Dot but when needed you can quickly and easly jump up to 6 power. The dot is crystal clear even though I have aging eyes and an astigmatism. Unlike my EOTech Red-Dot this dot has no flares from my aging eyes..
November 28, 2016
My favorite AR optic to date..
This is turning out to be my favorite AR optic. The flexability of a red dot and the ability to jump up to 6 power in a snap.. I have a problem with a stigmatism so my EOTech gets flares and is fuzzy.. This optic is crystal clear.. If light weight is top on your list this type of optic is defiantly heavier then something like my EOTech but with my aging eyes is a must. So I find it well worth the money and extra weight.
November 26, 2016

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