Exposed tactical turrets built for dialing elevation and windage allow quick and precise bullet drop and wind drift compensation at extended ranges. When we say precise - we mean it. These Vortex turrets track better than any Bloodhound and reliably return to zero every time.Read more
Designed to maximize long distance shooting and ranging abilities, the VMR-1 MOA reticle can be used to effectively determine ranges, holdovers, windage corrections and moving target leads.
XD Lens Elements
Extra-low dispersion (XD) glass increases resolution and color fidelity, resulting in crisp, sharp images.
XR Fully Multi-Coated
Proprietary coatings increase light transmission with multiple anti-reflective coatings on all air-to-glass surfaces.
Second Focal Plane Reticle
Scale of reticle maintains the same ideally-sized appearance. Listed reticle subtensions used for estimating range, holdover and wind drift correction are accurate at 40x magnification.
1" diameter provides maximized internal adjustment and strength while maintaining light weight.
Premium grade of aluminum, valued for fatigue resistance.
Waterproof, Fogproof and Shockproof
O-ring seals prevent moisture, dust, and debris from getting inside the tube for reliable performance in all environments. The scope is filled with nitrogen gas to inhibit internal fogging. Lenses are locked in place, fore and aft, with machined locking rings to remain in perfect alignment and withstand recoil and impact.
Hard Anodized Finish
Hard-coat anodization is durable; the low-glare matte helps camouflage the shooter's position.
Precision-Glide Erector System
Uses premium components in the zoom lens mechanism, ensuring smooth magnification changes under the harshest conditions.
Exposed Tactical Turrets
The Diamondback® Tactical scopes feature tactical windage and elevation turrets with Zero Reset making adjustments back to zero easy and quick.
Fast Focus Eyepiece
Allows quick and easy reticle focusing.
Fiber Optic Radius Bar
The patented fiber optic Radius Bar visually assists tracking turret rotations.
The raised rib on the magnification ring facilitates fast magnification changes in the heat of action.