EoTech has added the versatile 1–8×24 mm SFP Vudu (Second Focal Plane) configuration to its award-winning lineup of rugged precision Vudu riflescopes. “With the introduction of Vudu riflescopes in 2017, the precision shooting community was quick to recognize the high level of engineering, premium components, and exceptional build quality that go into every scope in the line,” said Jeff Stawiarski, vice president of Sales & Marketing at EoTech. “We’re thrilled to bring passionate precision shooters yet another rugged, feature-packed offering.”
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The EoTech 1–8×24 mm SFP will find favor with competition shooters and tactical shooters alike, and joins a Vudu lineup that includes five existing configurations: 1–6×24 mm FFP; 2.5–10×44 mm FFP; 3.5–18×50 mm FFP and SFP; 8–32×50 mm SFP; and the compact, 11.2-inch 5–25×50 mm FFP.
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Like other Vudu scopes, the EoTech 1–8×24 SFP features a one-piece, aircraft-grade aluminum 30 mm tube for exceptional strength and durability; clear and bright, fully multi-coated XC High-Density glass with extraordinary resolution, color fidelity, and low-light performance; surgically precise turrets; and intuitive push-button reticle illumination controls. The HC3 quad-level ballistic drop compensating reticle features a precise 0.5-minute of angle, daylight-visible illuminated center dot and 2-, 5-, 8.5-, and 12.5-MOA subtensions on the vertical axis (at 8x power). The scope’s field of view at 100 yards is 105.8 feet at 1x and 13.2 feet at 8xX.
The 1–8×24 mm SFP has true 1x magnification at its lowest setting. It measures just 10.6 inches in length and weighs a mere 21.3 ounces, making it shorter and lighter than most other scopes in this configuration. The Eotech 1–8×24 mm SFP Vudu will be available in early 2020 with an MSRP of $1,399.
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