The Vortex Viper is a great option for an RMR cut. It is a lightweight, durable, and affordable red dot sight. It has a 3 MOA red dot, which is perfect for close-range shooting. The sight is also compatible with night vision devices.
The Vortex Viper’s completely multi-coated lenses provide an ultra-clear, wide-lens field of vision. This optic also incorporates ArmorTek coatings, which prevent oil, grime, scratches, and other debris from destroying the glass quality. Its lighted 6 MOA dot reticle has clearly accessible adjustment settings.
Let’s read Some FAQs
1. What is the difference between a Vortex Viper and a Vortex Venom?
2. What is the difference between a Vortex Viper and a Trijicon RMR?
Venom viper features 3 MOA dot circles, while the RMR Type 2 features an adjustable 3 25 MOA circle, the most versatile and popular of all RMR dot sizes. The Vortex Viper has power and dot intensity controls conveniently located on its left side with a 1 MOA windage and elevation adjustments. You may choose between 10 brightness settings with its controls.
The night vision compatible Trijicon RMR type 2 features easy-to-use buttons on its sides. You can adjust its eight illumination auto-brightness settings with these controls. It also lets its users toggle between manual and auto mode and power down.
The Vortex Viper will not fit an RMR cut. The Viper is a great scope, but it is not compatible with the RMR cut. If you are looking for a scope to fit an RMR cut, we recommend the Trijicon RMR or the Leupold DeltaPoint Pro.
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