EOTech rolls out new Vudu 5-25x50mm Riflescope


The 5-25x50mm is the latest scope model to enter EOTech’s Vudu lineup. (Photo: EOTech)

EOTech released a new addition to its Vudu precision riflescope line, launching the new Vudu 5-25x50mm scope.

The first focal plane 5-25x50mm features an XCTM high-density glass, one-piece aluminum body and eyepiece in addition to EZ Chek zero stop turrets. The scope takes its design even further, according to EOTech, delivering a smooth, locking elevation turret and capped windage turret. This design prevents accidental changes in zero. The Vudu riflescope offers parallax adjustment out to 1,100 yards, allowing shooters to align the focal plane on target.

“At under 11.5 inches, one of the biggest advantages of the 5-25x is that it allows the shooter to attach clip-on thermal or night vision sights and maintain the ability to make adjustments to these devices without leaving the scope,” Mark Miller, Product Manager for EOTech, said in a press release. “Longer scopes with high magnification push those devices out too far on the rail where quick adjustments can’t be made.”

EOTech says the newest Vudu will begin shipping in July 2018 with Mil adjustments and two reticle options — either a Mil-dot or Horus H59TM. MSRP starts at $2,099.

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