With our anticipation of the launch of the new AMG UH-1 “Huey”, we were excited to hear about the their new Gen II line of Viper PST Optics, Diamondback Line, and a new Red Dot. My wife currently is running a Vortex PST 1-4×24 on her AR, but the new 1-6×24 PST is looking mighty nice. Let’s take a look at some of their new line of Products:
Viper PST Gen II Optics:
5-25×50 EBR-2C MRAD– MSRP $1399.99
5-25×50 EBR-2C MOA– MSRP $1399.99
5-25×50 EBR-4 MOA– MSRP $1299.99
3-15×44 EBR-2C MRAD– MSRP $1299.99
3-15×44 EBR-2C MOA– MSRP $1299.99
3-15×44 EBR-4 MOA– MSRP $1199.99
2-10×32 EBR-4 MRAD– MSRP $1249.99
2-10×32 EBR-4 MOA– MSRP $1249.99
1-6×24 VMR-2 MRAD– MSRP $999.99
1-6×24 VMR-2 MOA– MSRP $999.99
Diamondback Tactical Riflescope:
Razor AMG UH-1– MSRP $699.99
Venom Red Dot 6 MOA– MSRP $329.99
Fury HD 10×42– MSRP $1599.99 This binocular is doubles as a range finder as well, which is an added bonus.
Razor HD 27-60×85 Straight Spotting Scope– MSRP $1999.99
Razor HD 27-60×85 Angled Spotting Scope– MSRP $1999.99
Razor HD 22-48×65 Straight Spotting Scope– MSRP $1599.99
Razor HD 22-48×65 Angled Spotting Scope– MSRP $1599.99
I’m really excited to try out the Gen II 3-15×44 EBR-4 Reticle on my 300 Blackout build. I was initially looking at the 2.5-10×44 EBR-4 PST for my 300, but this 3-15×44 is looking better. The Viper Turrets are open, audible, and has adjustable parallax. The fiber optic turret rotation indicator lets the shooter keep track of turret position a lot easier. Also, looking at the Huey up close and personal, it is a little “grainy” and normal eye relief and with the 3x Magnifier behind it, it’s actually quite clear. So I’m not sure what’s up with that, but the general consensus a the show for the Huey is they held up really well at Media Day and held zero the entire time. Hopefully, we’ll be able to get one of these new optics this year to test out and review.
As always, ya’ll be good and be safe!