Vortex V-Brite Reticule Review

April 15, 2023
David Sunnyside

vortex vbrite reticle review

Vortex v-brite reticle review

The v-brite reticle is one of the most popular and widely used reticles for long range rifle scopes. It's a BDC (Bullet Drop Compensation) reticle that features holdover points in the bottom vertical line of the crosshairs to help you compensate for bullet drop and land your shots accurately, no matter how far you’re shooting.

This reticle can be found on most Vortex Crossfire II rifle scopes and is also found on some of the Strike Eagle series of scopes. The reticles are easy to use and provide you with excellent bullet drop compensation for most distances you’ll be shooting.

Some of the most common uses for this reticle are long distance target shooters, hog hunters, and deer hunters who need to be able to acquire and make precise shots in low light situations. This reticle is especially helpful for hog hunters who are shooting during night time hours when a red dot can be difficult to see, and it’s great for deer hunting when you’re hunting over the edge of a field in low light conditions.

The reticle can be adjusted in MOA increments to help you maximize your long range accuracy. This reticle is designed to help eliminate any guesswork when it comes to holdover and windage corrections, so you can get the most out of your Crossfire II scope’s long distance capabilities.

The reticles on these models are fully multicoated and feature anti-reflective lenses to help reduce glare when you're working in bright sunlight. They're also O-ring sealed and nitrogen purged to ensure they're waterproof and fog proof. These features are important for any hunter or shooter who wants to keep their rifle scopes functioning in any kind of weather without worrying about them blowing up on them.

David Sunnyside
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