ICYMI: Vortex Unveils Diamondback Tactical FFP Riflescope Series

The Diamondback FFP series aims to offer a budget conscious scope for long range shooters. (Photo: Vortex)

Vortex is at it again with a new riflescope series, launching the Diamondback Tactical FFP scope for budget-minded consumers.

The Diamondback Tactical FFP series delivers long-range capabilities, according to Vortex, with a MSRP under $500. The scopes feature an EBR-2 reticle, exposed tactical turrets and aggressive knurling for making adjustments with or without gloves. Utilizing a XD optical system, lenses are fully multi-coated for clearer views and the ability to work in low-light.

Using a 30mm tube, the scope series is said to be “ultra-rugged” and durable. O-ring sealed and nitrogen purged, the Diamondback Tactical FFP scopes are waterproof and fogproof.

The series comes in MRAD and MOA, pictured above, options. (Photo: Vortex)

“Perfect for your bolt gun, gas gun, trainer, and dang near anything you want to throw them on, the New Diamondback Tactical FFP Riflescope series offers shooters a feature- and performance-rich solution at a budget-friendly price,” Vortex said in a press release. “And like all Vortex optics, they are covered with the lifetime, no-fault, transferable, VIP warranty.”

Offered in 4-16×44 FFP MOA and 4-16×44 FFP MRAD for $449 as well as 6-24×50 FFP MOA and 6-24×50 FFP MRAD for $499, the Diamondback Tactical FFP Scopes are available through Vortex Optics.

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