EOTech’s newest riflescope is the Vudu 1-10x FFP, and its versatile nature makes it ideal for dynamic environments with changing engagement distances.
When it comes to selecting an optic for one’s rifle, it can be difficult to determine which style is best for your particular setup. Specializing a rifle for either CQB or long-range shooting is simpler, but finding an optic for a do-it-all carbine can be more challenging. While one school of thought achieves versatility with their rifles by using a red dot/magnifier combo, others prefer scopes with a magnification range that starts at 1x. The new EOTech Vudu 1-10x FFP belongs to the latter, and its features allow for both rapid shooting in close quarters as well as precision shooting at greater ranges.
Vudu 1-10x FFP Features
Like previous Vudu scope models, the Vudu 1-10x FFP has an aircraft-grade aluminum body and is sealed against the elements. EOTech advertises the new scope as being resistant to shock, fog and water, enabling its use in even the harshest environments.
At the lowest magnification level, the Vudu 1-10x FFP has a generous 83-99mm eye relief. Combined with the illuminated Speed Ring reticle and 28mm objective lens, the scope’s user can quickly and accurately engage targets at close range. As a First Focal Plane (FFP) scope, the reticle scales with the magnification level, allowing the reticle to remain useful even at 10x zoom for longer distance shooting. The scope includes a throw-lever for easy magnification adjustments, and the turrets have a re-indexing feature for quickly returning to zero. The scope’s elevation turret also has a lock to prevent unintentional adjustments, and a button on the scope’s side is used for controlling the reticle’s brightness.
Vudu Reticle Options
The Vudu 1-10x FFP currently has three available reticle options, the SR-4, SR-5 and LE-5. All the reticles include EOTech’s illuminated Speed Ring, but their other features make some better-suited for precision than the rest. The SR-4 is the only option that uses MOA subtension lines while the SR-5 and LE-5 use MRAD. The SR-4’s center reticle is also larger than the other options, providing greater visibility but making it less ideal for longer-range shooting than the other two.
All three versions have an MSRP of $1,799 and will begin shipping in March of 2022. Each Vudu 1-10x FFP scope will include a throw lever, two manuals and the necessary CR2032 battery.
For more info, please visit eotechinc.com.
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