Vortex Have Binoculars, Spotting Scopes & Top-Rated Rifle Scopes: We Review Some of their Best

Vortex_LogoUnless you’ve been living under a rock, you are bound to know about Vortex. The American owned, veteran owned and family owned business has been around for 30 years.

They are a leader in the optics industry and competitively take on other world-leading brands like Leupold and NightForce with every product they dish out. Not only are their optics excellent, the company functions on a “customer first” principle.

With their ethical principles and quality optics, you know you can trust them to be your set of eyes with every long range shot you take out there in the field.

Vortex Razor HD 11-33X50
Read reviews of Vortex Optic's best spotting scopes.
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Read reviews of Vortex Optic's best rifle scopes.
Vortex Optics Viper HD 10x42
Read reviews of Vortex Optic's best binoculars.

Vortex Spotting Scope Reviews: Diamondback, Viper HD & Razor HD

For the convenience of using one optic at the range and in the hunt, a spotting scope can be just the right kind of pal. So, if you’re in the market for a new scope, read everything we have on Vortex before you spend a dime.

If you want to know about long distance magnifications, quality glass, and getting the best value, you want to stay right here!

Now, Vortex has all the favorable elements that hunters are looking for in a company when they’re researching the market before their big buy – American owned, family owned and veteran owned. They also pledge to put first what I call the “Three P’s”: People, Products, and Promises. They are committed to their customers and their products, and that’s why all their spotting scopes come with their VIP Unconditional Lifetime Warranty.

With promises like that, you can trust you’ll be getting an excellent product from actual American hunters that live to make your outdoor dreams come true.

Each of the spotting scopes reviewed below share the same superior VIP warranty, porro prism design, fully multi-coated coatings, and full weatherproof-ability. With these shared features in mind, all your optic needs will be realized with Vortex. I guess that’s why they say, “Vortex is the Force of Optics”.


How do these Spotting Scopes Compare (click to open)?

Vortex Rifle Scope Reviews: Viper PST FFP & HS LR

If you’ve found this page, I am going to assume that you’re a no-fuss, practical kinda guy, or gal, looking for a new long range rifle scope. If you don’t have confidence in your ability to make an ethical long range shot – this review isn’t for you. For the rest of you, you’re not going to settle for anything but the best, and there’s no better place to start your scope search than here.

These reviews cover just a few of the best Vortex rifle scopes for hunting. I’m talking about 30 mm tube bodies, an illuminated reticle, BDC reticles, and of course, some extreme magnification for those long distance shots.

While deer hunters are familiar and confident with distances within 200 yards, what do you do if you get the chance of a lifetime to take down the trophy that just strolled into the glade 400 yards from you? Let the following Vortex scopes answer that question for you.


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Vortex Binocular Reviews: Razor, Viper, Raptor, Vulture & Diamondback Series

If you’re out looking for a new hunting binocular this season, make sure you have your hunt covered with the best of what you can afford. If you’re in a position to skim over the binos in the low budget price range, but you don’t quite have enough to land a Zeiss or a Swarovski, then you’ve found the middle ground with Vortex.

This brand specializes in mid-range priced binoculars that are far above mid-level quality.

In the below reviews, we’ll cover as many of their bino series as possible while taking a deeper look at HD lenses, low light qualities, and the new upgrades made to 2016 models.

Binocular shopping is never easy, especially when you have a brand that offers more bino series then there are combo options at the local burger joint. But, the American and family-owned optics manufacturer, Vortex, counteracts this with their easy-to-use website.

The advantage to their large selection is the fact that their binos are aimed towards hunters, bird watchers, and nature observers. Even if you intend to use a bird watching bino for a stadium event, you’ll be covered. And, if you’re a Safari tourist, there’s no harm in having the quality of a hunting binocular too.

All in all, Vortex is proud to make binoculars that cater to every outdoor enthusiast there is. From the sea to the woods, there’s a bino made for everyone.

If you’re looking for fully multi-coated lenses and nothing less, they have it. If you want dielectric mirror coatings for maximum reflectivity, it’s here. If you’re shopping for twist up eyecups and nothing else, you’ve got it. These Vortex binoculars have every feature you desire on any binocular platform you want.

With Vortex, there’s no limitations.


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Optics for the Long Range Hunter

Many ethical hunters question the extreme power ranges of long range hunting optics, and it’s a legitimate concern. If there’s doubt in your ability and accessories to make a well-placed and ethical shot to take down your prey, pass up the shot and stalk on closer.

But, with a trusted and powerful-enough rifle and ammunition, confidence in your capabilities, a fully-detailed ballistic reticle, and high performing features in an optic that’s made to do the job, a 400-600 yard shot, plus some, can be ethically done.

For the long range hunter, Vortex can get you those extreme distances with precision, clarity, and ease.

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