Razor HD Gen III 6-36x56 FFP

Razor® HD Gen III
6-36x56 FFP

Razor HD Gen III 6-36x56 FFP is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 9.
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MSRP $3,999.99


Built around the perfect balance of magnification and field of view, the Razor® Gen III 6- 36x56 FFP delivers the resolution and contrast you need for long-range, tactical shooting. To get the absolute most out of the first focal plane reticle, the EBR-7D presents a clean sight picture while still providing ample wind holds and ranging information. Round it out with a rugged build and you have the long-range, tactical solution you’ve been waiting for.

Razor HD GEN III 6-36x56 Dimensions (in inches)
Product Dimensions Image
L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6
15.25 1.95 2.25 6.20 5.50 3.55
H1 H2
2.56 1.80
Magnification 6-36x
Objective Lens Diameter 56 mm
Eye Relief 3.5 inches
Field of View 20.5-3.5 ft @ 100 yds
Tube Size 34 mm
Turret Style Exposed Locking
Parallax Setting 10 yds to infinity
Length 15.3 inches
Weight 45.1 oz
Product Image 5




First Focal Plane Reticle Scale of the EBR-7D reticle remains in proportion to the zoomed image. Constant subtensions allow for accurate holdovers and ranging at all magnifications while the EBR-7D reticle is useful for long-range shooting.
L-Tec+™ Zero System The L-Tec+™ Zero System is easy to use with all captive parts and only one set screw, making zeroing quick and simple. Once set, it also allows for more travel.
HD Optical System Optimized with select glass elements to deliver exceptional resolution, cut chromatic aberration and provide outstanding color fidelity, edge-to-edge sharpness and light transmission.
Micro Adjust Zero Setting Infinite zero setting positions allow zero to be set between clicks for optimal accuracy.
External Rotation Indicator Provides quick visual and tactile reference of elevation turret's rotational position.
XR™ Plus Fully Multi-Coated Ultimate anti-reflective coatings on all air-to-glass surfaces provide maximum light transmission for peak clarity and the pinnacle of low-light performance.
Optically Indexed Lenses Optimize image sharpness and brightness from edge to edge.
Plasma Tech Cutting edge coating application process provides unparalleled coating durability and performance
Glass-Etched Reticle Allows for intricate reticle design. Protected between two layers of glass for optimum durability and reliability.
Aircraft-Grade Aluminum Constructed from a solid block of aircraft-grade aluminum for strength and rigidity.
ArmorTek ® Ultra-hard, scratch-resistant coating protects exterior lenses from scratches, oil and dirt.
Hard Anodized Stealth Shadow Finish Highly durable hard-coat anodization provides a low-glare matte surface and helps camouflage the shooter's position.
Locking Side Illumination Easily accessible and lockable illumination dial is located on the left side of turret housing. Features eleven intensity levels of illumination with off positions between each setting.
Waterproof O-ring seals prevent moisture, dust and debris from penetrating for reliable performance in all environments.
Shockproof Rugged construction withstands recoil and impact.
Fogproof Argon gas purging prevents internal fogging over a wide range of temperatures.


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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great scope! Really like the retical in the Gen III 6-36 and the glass quality is very very good. Windage and elevation turrets are better with the single set screw making setup way quicker. Glad I bought it as soon as it became available.
Date published: 2022-01-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best glass yet Compared AMG,Gen II and Gen III... the GEN III glass, zero stop and reticle are greatly improved. I dare say the glass is amazing. Tracking is perfect and new version of the reticle has a lot but clean.
Date published: 2022-01-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A true game changer I'd recently set up a top end German FFP scope (5-25x56 MTC) on a Sako S20 in 6.5cm, but was less than impressed by the tunneling effect at lower magnifications and a reticule that was far from ideal for PRS type shooting. So I took a gamble on the new Razor HD Gen III 6-36 in MRAD. The instant appeal was the higher maximum magnification, and a reticule that was much more user friendly than the P4FL, especially when shooting in variable wind conditions and at targets that present themselves at varying distances where constant elevation turret adjustment isn't always practical. The only downside was the colour scheme, but that doesn't affect the end performance. So scope arrived and was mounted on the dedicated Sako S20 20MOA rings/base assembly, first thing I noticed that it is heavier than the PM2, but solid, all the turrets, zoom ring, parallax were spot on in terms of rotational resistance. Turret clicks are clear and very precise, turret locking works well, and the pop out rotation indicator works very well, however was slightly stiff on the first full rotation - seems to smooth out straight away. Also worth noting, the turret indexing lines line up perfectly. Initial turret adjustment is very quick and easy, the included tool is nice but not essential. The extra magnification is a game changer for me, and felt like I was cheating at 500 yards, (despite a 35mph storm blowing down an open valley range), I did wonder if it would be "too much" and heartbeat and breathing start to affect the sight picture to the point of distraction, but this was definitely not the case. The eye box is fairly tight when the scope is at full magnification, but I was expecting that, and with a good stock setup its not a major issue as head/eye position is easily repeated. Eye relief should be more than generous enough for a medium recoiling rifle such as 338LM (obviously the 6.5cm is certainly NOT in this class), not had chance to test with 50BMG yet so expect a follow up review. Well no product can be perfect, the only things I can criticise would be that parallax ring markings are way off, a target at 200 yards is in focus at 300/400 on the scope, and a 500yard target comes in to focus closer to 1000 yards as indicated on the parallax ring, so don't expect to use the standard parallax ring to range find. Also, it would be nice if the illumination adjustment ring had a factory tag on it to say its locked, so don't try turning it until you've unlocked it, I don't know if you could damage it by trying to force it but I wont be testing that. Oh and proper flip up lens caps would be a good idea. Reticule illumination is good, from very subtle to daylight bright, with an off position every other click, certainly better than the Vortex LHT 'pushbutton' system, and other scopes that require you to rotate all the way back to the off position. Image clarity at full magnification is excellent, I was expecting some degradation of the image at 36x however any clarity drop off is hardly perceptible, in good light the image is outstanding at 36x. I would argue that overall the image clarity is better than my PM2, especially in very low light situations with the magnification wound down to around 20x. The EBR-7D reticule is tidy and clear, enough there to be useful, but not so much as to totally clutter the sight picture (not as busy as the Tremor3 or GR2ID), even at 36x the reticule doesn't obscure the target - the centre dot helps, overall its a very good balance. Bear in mind that at 6x - 8x the reticule is small, so you probably wont be able to read the reticule subtensions unless you have the eyes of a child. Overall, in terms of optical and mechanical performance I'm very impressed, I can live with the colour scheme, and will be immediately investing in another for a 300PRC rifle.
Date published: 2022-02-24
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