Vortex Strike Eagle 3-18 FFP - Arkayne

Vortex Strike Eagle 3-18 FFP

Original price was: $799.99.Current price is: $799.99.

Vortex Strike Eagle 3-18 FFP

The Vortex Strike Eagle 3-18 FFP is a mid-range rifle scope that packs a ton of features in a cost effective package. For folks looking to shoot or hunt at close to far distances, the SE 3-18 might just be the perfect rifle scope. Spoiler alert: This is one of our favorite optics in the Vortex Lineup. Some of the basic specs include:

  • First Focal Plane Reticle (Available in MRAD or MOA)
  • Easy to Adjust Turrets
  • 34mm tube = maximum adjustability
  • Adjustable Parallax settings
  • EBR-7C Reticle
  • Illuminated Reticle (Multiple brightness settings)

Grab a Strike Eagle 3-18X scope if you are looking for a crystal clear scope that furthers the capabilities of your rifle.


Vortex Strike Eagle 3-18 FFP:

The Vortex Strike Eagle 3-18 FFP is one of our favorite optics from the Vortex Lineup. No longer do you need to take out a second mortgage on your home to afford good glass for your rifle. The SE 3-18 bridges the gap between high end expensive optics and scopes that normal people can afford. And don’t worry: You sacrifice nothing with this rifle scope. From our 16″ guns, to our 20″ builds and bolt action rifles, the SE 3-18 is right at home.

Packed with features and capabilities.

What makes a good rifle scope? To us, it needs to be crystal clear and built like a tank. The reticle is also critical to us. When you are out in the field, you don’t have time to wait or mess around with a clunky optic. All the adjustments and features are intuitive and easy to use and understand. The First Focal Plane reticle is packed with a ton of information, yet provides a clear pathway to your holds. The illuminated reticle can come in handy depending on your circumstances as well. A high quality finish tops off this amazing rifle scope. Additionally, let’s not forget about the Vortex VIP warranty.

Two reticle options.

You can choose from either MOA or MRAD reticles. The EBR-7C reticle is packed with information that will be helpful to any shooter. While the debate rages on between MRAD and MOA, rest assured that we can get you into whichever your heart desires.

High value for shooters looking to engage at further distances.

In past years shooters had to spend thousands on a quality rifle scope. The world is changing rapidly, and this scope breaks down those walls. For a solid price shooters can top their rifle with quality glass that stretches the legs of their capabilities. What more could you ask for? Grab a SE3-18 today.

Don’t forget your rings HERE.

Magnification 3-18x
Objective Lens Diameter 44 mm
Reticle EBR-7C (MOA)
Turret Style Exposed Elevation Capped Windage
Tube Size 34 mm
Adjustment Graduation 1/4 MOA
Parallax Setting 10 yds
Max Windage Adjustment 62 MOA
Max Elevation Adjustment 154 MOA
Travel Per Rotation 25 MOA
Field of View 39.3′ – 6.7′
Eye Relief 3.8″
Length 13.3″
Weight 27.3 oz
Frequently Asked Questions:
1.) Which reticle should I choose, MOA or MRAD?

Answer: The unfortunate reality is that the answer is…it depends! Most Americans would be more familiar with MOA, and most folks with some sort of military background might be more familiar with MRAD. At the end of the day, both are just a different way to measure holds and adjust your zero/POA/POI. Get the one that is most familiar to you, or commit to learning the one you decide to purchase.

2.) Should I get an LPVO or this 3-18?

Answer: LPVO’s certainly have their place, but they do have some downsides. Largely the eye relief is more finicky on an LPVO. You have to be perfectly behind the scope, especially at high magnification levels. The 3-18 gives you that nice 3X base magnification but stretches its legs out to 18X. If you are mounting thermal on your rail, the LPVO MAY make more sense. For shooters needing a 1X base, the LPVO makes sense. If you truly want to shoot far and see further, the 3-18 will probably be the move.

3.) Is 18X too much magnification?

Answer: There really isn’t “too much” magnification. Are there scenarios where you don’t need 18X? Certainly. However, the availability of it and clarity of the glass make this a winning combo.

4.) What are the cons of this rifle scope?

Answer: The reticle is very busy because it is a FFP reticle. On 3X it can be difficult to see your POA. Not impossible, and we are certainly not knocking the scope. We did, after all, proclaim that it is arguably our favorite scope currently. Just know that some Second Focal Plane LPVO’s will have a cleaner point of aim at base magnification. As you zoom in, you truly appreciate the EBR-7C reticle. Size and weight are the only other real downsides. The 34mm body is also very large, so remember that you will need to purchase proper rings or cantilever mounts for it. You can find the Cantilever Mount and Rings at these links.

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