Why I Chose: Viper RiflescopeCustomer reviews of product.
Why I Chose: Viper PST RiflescopeCustomer reviews of product.
Why I Chose: Viper HS-T RiflescopeCustomer reviews of product.
Why I Chose: Viper HS RiflescopeCustomer reviews of product.
Why I Chose: Viper HS LR RiflescopeCustomer reviews of product.
Why I Chose: Viper HD Spotting ScopeCustomer reviews of product.
Why I Chose: Viper HD BinocularCustomer reviews of product.
Why I Chose: Razor HD Spotting ScopeCustomer reviews of product.
Why I Chose: Razor HD Gen II Riflescope 1-6x24Customer reviews of product.
Why I Chose: Razor HD BinocularCustomer reviews of product.
Why I Chose: Razor HD 50mm Spotting ScopeCustomer reviews of product.
Why I Chose: Ranger 1000 RangefinderCustomer reviews of product.
Why I Chose: Diamondback RiflescopeCustomer reviews of product.
Why I Chose: Diamondback BinocularCustomer reviews of product.
Why I Chose Vortex: The VIP WarrantyCustomer reviews of warranty.
How to Set the CRS Zero StopQuick set up of the CRS Zero Stop Turret.
Man in the Booth: When I Think of VortexThink Vortex. What comes to mind?
Man in the Booth: Favorite Vortex ProductWhat's your favorite Vortex product?
New for 2014: BinocularsTour the Vortex booth and see the new binoculars for 2014.
New for 2014: Riflescopes / Red DotsPreview our new riflescopes / red dots.
Using The Picatinny Rail On Viper Spotting ScopesLocate objects quickly with your scope.
SPARC II Red DotThe compact SPARC II lends itself to a wide variety of firearm platforms.
StrikeFire II Red DotThe solution for situations that demand split-second target acquisition.
Kaibab HD BinocularThe ultimate western-hunting, long-range, tripod binocular.
Vulture HD BinocularIncredible light transmission and superior low light performance.
Viper HD Spotting ScopeThere's a Viper HD spotting scope to fit about everyone's glassing needs.
Viper HS RiflescopeVortex takes its incredibly popular Viper riflescopes to the next level.
Viper HS LR RiflescopeHunting riflescopes perfect for dialing precision long-range shots.
Crossfire II RiflescopeThe Crossfire II – Clearer, tougher, better eye relief.
Viper XBR Crossbow ScopeTake your high-speed crossbow to the next level.
Diamondback HP RiflescopeAn array of features that discerning hunters are sure to appreciate.
Razor HD Gen II FFP RiflescopeA frontrunner in the race for the ultimate precision, long-range optic.
Viper PST RiflescopePacked with performance features tactical shooters demand.
Spitfire Prism ScopePerfect for close quarters to medium range engagements.
Crossfire II Muzzleloader RiflescopeA crystal-clear, unmagnified view.
How to Set the L-Tec Zero StopZero adjust the L-Tec turret on a Razor HD Gen II FFP riflescope.
Crossfire II Hog Hunter RiflescopeFor hard-core hog hunters, this mission-specific riflescope excels in low light.
Mounting A Viper XBR ScopeLearn the proper set-up for your crossbow scope.
Using The Dead-Hold BDC ReticleLearn how to effectively use the Dead-Hold BDC reticle in the field.
Mounting A VMX-3T and Flip MountMount the VMX-3T Magnifier and Flip Mount behind a red dot sight.
VMX-3T MagnifierExpand the versatility of your red dot sight with this 3x magnifications.
Binoc-LocKeep your binocular hinged in the right position with the Binoc-Loc.
Fall Is Here - The Game CallsVortex sales staff use a unique form of communication to discuss a question.
Fall Is Here - The Ink BlotProfessional intervention is sought for Mark and his recent office behavior.
Fall Is Here - The "Cologne"There's a mysterious odor in the Vortex Office.
Cleaning optic lensesLens care tips and Vortex cleaning products.
Vortex Binocular Tripod AdapterAdvantages of mounting your binocular on a tripod and how to do it.
Vortex 2x Binocular DoublerLightweight and easy-to-carry, the doubler is a great glassing tool.
Razor HD Riflescope In ActionRazor HD riflescope in action at the TPRC 2010 in Phoenix, AZ.
Razor HD with Ron SpomerRon Spomer shooting with the Razor HD 5-20x50 at 1,200 yards.
2011 Vortex Extreme InvitationalVortex riflescopes and binoculars in use at Vortex Extreme.
Vortex Optics TV CommercialVortex Advantage: clarity, precision, detail, and performance.
Vortex Optics Canada TV CommercialGreat hunts demand great optics.
Welcome to the Vortex TV Commercial30 second commercial spot.
Videoing through the Razor HD Spotting ScopeGlassing at 738 yards with Ryan Hatch.
Vortex Open 2010The 2nd Annual Vortex Open Archery Shoot
Vortex Open 2011The 3rd Annual Vortex Open Archery Shoot
Razor HD Gen II 1-6x24: JM-1 ReticleReticle design inspired by Jerry Miculek.
2012 Vortex Extreme2012 Vortex Extreme Long Range Rifle Competition
Vortex Open 2012The 4th Annual Vortex Open Archery Shoot
Viper HS-T RiflescopeShooting versatility for hunters and tactical enthusiasts.
The VIP WarrantyIf you ever have a problem, no matter the cause, we promise to take care of you. (01:21)
Razor HD Spotting ScopeVortex highlight features of the top-tier Razor HD Spotting Scope.
Razor HD 50mm Spotting ScopeCompete at the highest level with an ultra-compact 50mm spotter.
Diamondback Spotting ScopeA superb heavyweight performer in a light, compact package.
Crossfire II BinocularPrice and performance come together in the Vortex Crossfire II.
Razor HD BinocularAdvanced optical technologies in a lightweight, ergonomic package.
Programming The Ranger 1000Adjust the mode, units, and brightness of the Ranger 1000.
Putting A Fitted Case On A Spotting ScopeInstallation of the black fitted case.
Estimating Range With A ReticleBrief overview of methods used to estimate distance with a reticle.
Using The Vortex LRBCLearn how to use the Long Range Ballistics Calculator.
Binocular Numbers - What do they mean?Power and size of a binocular.
Vanquish BinocularVortex's great go-anywhere binocular.
Hurricane BinocularExtended long range surveillance – look to the Vortex Hurricane.
Razor HD Binocular ComparisonSee the innovative spirit of Vortex in the upgraded Razor HD binocular.
Razor HD Gen II 1-6x24 RiflescopeIdeal optical solution for short to medium-range tactical applications.
Razor HD 5-20x50 RiflescopeBuilt for long range precision shooting.
Razor HD - MRAD Turret OptionsComparison of 5 mrad and 10 mrad riflescope turrets.
Ranger 1000 RangefinderThe Ranger 1000 gives the distance data needed for accurate shots.
Solo R/T MonocularCompact, lightweight magnification with a ranging reticle and utility clip.
Razor Red DotA high-end red dot sight built for top-tier performance and ultimate versatility.
Recon MonocularThe Recon is a full-featured, hand-held optic. Lightweight. Compact. Powerful.
Recon R/T MonocularDeveloped specifically for field surveillance and range estimation.
First vs.Second Focal PlaneThe basic difference between first and second focal plane riflescopes.
Viper PST 1-4x24 RiflescopePacked with performance features tactical shooters demand.
Viper R/T BinocularGreat optics and the ability to range objects with the R/T Ranging reticle.
Viper BinocularAward-winning optics in a tough, compact size.
Solo MonocularYou can always have a quality optic close at hand with the Solo Monocular.
Raptor BinocularGreat optics, classic design and the perfect fit for all ages.
Viper RiflescopeRugged performers that hunters have come to rely on.
Diamondback BinocularA run through Vortex's best-selling Diamondback binos.
Viper HD BinocularVortex gives a quick look into this great, high-end optics line.
Mounting A Precision RiflescopeProperly mount your riflescope for optimal performance. Here’s how.
SPARC Red DotA walk through the highly-popular SPARC Red Dot Sight.
Diamondback RiflescopeBang for the buck - the Diamondback is your riflescope.
StrikeFire Red DotVortex runs through the feature-packed StrikeFire Red Dot.
Talon HD BinocularA look at the feature-rich, open-hinge, Talon HD binocular.
Important binocular featuresFiner points to consider when choosing a binocular.
Roof vs porro prismFeatures, advantages and benefits of roof and porro prism binoculars.
Field of viewWide or narrow? What's right for you?
Phase correctionWhat phase correction does and how it works.
Binocular diopter adjustmentWhy it's important and how to make adjustments.
ED glassThe advantages of ED glass and reducing color fringing.
Optics mythsCommon optics myths, misconceptions and gimmicks.
Exit pupilCalculation and its relationship with brightness.
Lens coatingsWhy quality coatings deliver brighter images and better color.
WaterproofingExplanation of waterproof, water resistant and weatherproof optics.
Binocular collimation/alignmentA quick way to check collimation and why it's important.
External foggingTips for preventing external fogging.
Spotting scopes: size vs weightPick the right size spotting scope for your applications.
Eyecups, eye relief, eye glassesHow to use the eyecups to get the most out of your binoculars.
Interpupillary distanceSetting the interpupillary distance, made easy with the Binoc-Loc.
Setting the Razor HD Zero StopSix steps to setting your Razor HD Riflescope Zero Stop Turret.
Spotting scopes: angled vs straightWhat scope body style works best?
Sighting in your riflescope: Part 2Shooting groups and making MOA windage and elevation adjustments.
Sighting in your riflescope: Part 1Basic setup, safety and bore sighting of your riflescope.
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