What does PST stand for in vortex scopes?
Precision Shooting Tactical
The Vortex Viper PST Gen II 5-25×50 FFP Rifle Scope, EBR-4 MOA belongs to the new generation of Viper PST II riflescopes. PST stands for Precision Shooting Tactical, these rifle scopes are for shooters who are looking for precision.
Is the Vortex Viper PST a good scope?
I have a Gen I Viper PST 6-24X50 and it is a pretty good scope but the Gen II is light years better. The glass is much improved, the turrets and zero stop are also better.
How good is Vortex Viper?
The Viper is bright, sharp, and neatly made. The focus knob turns smoothly, and you can feel the careful craftsmanship and engineering that went into it. Rubber armored, it seems solid enough for rugged outdoor use, and yet it weighs only 22.7, making it a lightweight.
What is EBR on vortex scopes?
Vortex Optics has designed EBR (Enhanced Battle Reticles) reticles keeping in mind the needs of long distance shooters. With Vortex EBR reticle options, long range shooters can effectively determine ranges, moving target leads, windage, and holdover corrections.
Which Vortex scope is best?
Vortex Optics Viper PA 6.5-20×50 SFP Mil Dot Rifle Scope.
What is the difference between vortex HST and PST?
The Viper PST weighs 28.1 oz while the Viper HST weighs only 20.8 oz. Second is reticle. The PST comes in either FFP or SFP reticle, while the HST only uses a second focal plane reticle.
Does the vortex PST Gen 2 have locking turrets?
It does not have standard locking turrets as they are not necessary. The Vortex PST Gen II uses the Vortex RZR Zero Stop turrets, so a full zero stop can be set when shooting for your zero.
Which vortex scopes are made in Japan?
A number of vendors in Japan manufacture optics components for all major Vortex products, including Vortex Golden Eagle HD, Razor HD, Razor HD LH, Razor HD Gen III and Razor HD Gen II-E riflescopes. Japanese factories also manufacture the lenses and other glass internals for the Vortex Razor HD AMG riflescope.
What is the difference between Vortex Diamondback and Viper?
Vortex Viper binoculars have better clarity, brightness and field of view, with less blurring around the edges. Much of that is because of its HD lens. While excellent binoculars, Vortex Diamondbacks do not have HD lenses, although they have some HD glass parts.
What is the difference between Vortex Viper PST and HST?
What does EBR 2C mean?
EBR-2C reticle has tactical crosshair design. It has used extra-long fine center hairs so that the long-range shooter/hunters don’t have any obstruction to targets. The lower part of the reticle comes with windage reference dots and drop lines.
What are features of Vortex Optics Viper PST Gen I?
Make sure this fits by entering your model number. The Viper PST 6-24×50 Second Focal Plane boasts features associated with top-tier scopes. The one-piece, shock proof 30mm tube, precision-machined from a single solid block of aircraft-grade aluminum, offers ample windage and elevation adjustment.
How much does a vortex PST scope weigh?
The Vortex Viper PST 6-24×50 scope weighs 23.4 ounces. This is before you add the weight of any additional lens covers or accessories. This is relatively light for a riflescope, although not quite enough to make it a true lightweight scope.
Can a vortex PST 6-24×50 be used with a 30mm rifle?
By itself, straight out of the box, the Vortex Viper PST 6-24×50 scope is not compatible with most rifles. It requires 30mm rings to mount on a base, and Vortex unsurprisingly recommends that you use their ring sets. We agree in this case because products can be a little fiddly if you mix manufacturers.
Is the vortex Viper ebr-2c reticle valid for export?
Until July 12th, save over 50% on the Vortex Viper PST 6-24×50 Riflescope with MOA EBR-2C Reticle! Not valid with any other offer or discount. This item may be regulated for export by the U.S. Department of State or the US Department of Commerce.