Last week we did a review on Vortex Strike Eagle 5-25×56 and its MOA feature. In this blog, we’ll focus on the MRAD model of the same optic and explain what it means for you as a shooter.
To start with, MRAD stands for “milliradian,” and it’s a unit of angular measurement used in long-range shooting. It’s an international standard and is commonly used by military and law enforcement agencies worldwide. MRAD is often favored by precision shooters because it allows for finer adjustments and more precise aiming at longer ranges.
Vortex Strike Eagle Rifle Scopes come with the EBR-7C reticle, which is marked in MRAD units. The reticle is located in the first focal plane, meaning the size of the reticle will change as you zoom in and out, while maintaining the same angular measurement. This feature allows you to use the reticle for ranging and holdovers at any magnification setting.
Like the MOA feature, the MRAD feature also allows you to make quick and precise adjustments to your aim point. The turrets on the Vortex Strike Eagle 5-25×56 FFP are marked in MRAD units, allowing you to make adjustments in 0.1 MRAD increments. This level of precision allows you to make corrections for windage and elevation with confidence and ease.
Another great benefit of the MRAD feature is that it is compatible with most ballistic calculators, allowing you to input your bullet’s ballistic data and quickly calculate the necessary holdovers for your shot. This feature can be especially useful for long-range shooters, where every little detail matters.
Vortex Strike Eagle 5-25×56 FFP with MRAD feature is an excellent choice for precision shooters looking for a high-quality optic with fine adjustments and precise aiming. Whether you’re shooting long-range targets or engaging in tactical situations, the MRAD feature of the Vortex Rifle Scopes can help you take your shooting to the next level. Order yours today only at Sport Optics!