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Western hunting demands an optic built for long range and the long haul, and the Razor® HD LHT™ 4.5-22x50 FFP
delivers. You still get the core of the Razor® HD LHT™, including a stunning HD optical system and rugged build in a
hunting scope that’s among the lightest in its class. Where the Razor® HD LHT™ 4.5-22x50 FFP distances itself is in
offering more magnification, and a first focal plane reticle featuring the XLR-2 reticle system, which is intuitive,
easy to use, and illuminated. You also get our RevStop™ Zero System for a reliable return to zero after dialing in
the field, and a locking elevation turret keeps your zero safe.
Razor HD LHT 4.5-22x50 FFP Dimensions (in inches)
Included with your purchase of a Razor® HD LHT™ is a coupon for a free ballistic strip from Kenton Industries.
Rated 5 out of
very pleasethe clarity on this scope is awesome, i have a diamondback 4-16 a viper 6.5-20 and now this scope. this is really nice. I thought the illumination was kind of gimmicky at first but on low power it really helps you find the reticule. i have a laser bore sight and i was able to test the tracking and the clicks match the radicle at all powers. all three of the scopes I have are similar weight, but this one wins big time in all other areas. this is the only 1000$+ scope i have owned, but when testing it was actually slightly clearer than the Leopold vx5 to my eyes. and i would say it was the same clarrity as the vx6
Date published: 2021-08-27
Rated 5 out of
Outstanding glass! (Illumination button too…)I could not be happier with this scope. The glass is crystal clear and bright. The Razor LHT is light enough for a hunting scope with all the features one would need to take those long distance shots with ethical confidence. Here on the Wyoming prairies, shots past 450 yards are not uncommon. The LHT 4.5-22x will get you there with ease.
Re: Illumination button. To get this feature rich scope so light, they really had to work at it. The illumination button is a super simple design that actually pushes the battery in and out of the contacts. I found that a VERY SMALL smear of DIALECTIC grease on the edge of the battery makes it work like “greased lightning” . Pun intended. Wipe off any excess. Remember: VERY SMALL and only DIALECTIC grease. Also the illumination is on a six hour auto shutoff timer. When it does shut down, one push of the button and you are back to your last setting.
I mounted this on my 280 Ackley using the Vortex PMR rings. This is a bomber setup for a rifle that gets banged around hunting. I never worry about my zero moving if the rifle takes a good smack or falls over.
I could go on and on but I’ll wrap it up by saying that the locking elevation turret and the capped windage are really a necessity when putting a rifle in an out of a pack system. I use a Vorn system. The locking elevation turret is solid, but is easy to manipulate and adjust on the fly for those quick long shots. The capped windage is also easy to change should you realize in the field that you didn’t quite zero your rifle was good as you thought. The zero stop mechanism is solid and allows a small amount of down travel below zero. Re-indexing year zero is super simple by simply unscrewing the top screw , lifting turret and turning to the correct position then reinstalling the top screw. Fast and exceeding simple. The same is done with the windage turret.
Finally there is the outstanding VIP warranty! This is one investment you just don’t have to worry about in the field. If the worst happens, they’ve got you!
Date published: 2022-11-17
Rated 5 out of
Chris FCSA from
Fantastic optical quality & super lightweightJust noticed this new FFP scope by Vortex and was immediately very interested, super lightweight with new easily re-settable turrets but with Razor glass all for half the price of the AMG, seemed too good to be true. So went ahead and purchased one a week ago. Initially I was a little concerned that the capped windage turret might hinder my use, however the XLR-2 reticule means that I don’t really have to dial in windage via the turret, being capped its now set and left alone, one less thing to mess with but is no issue to adjust if required.
Took the rifle and scope out to a local 500 yard range on a very mixed condition day, one minute its super bright skies, next its gloomy and blowing a gale. At 300 yards I could easily see the .223 bullet holes when the zoom ring was set to around 16x magnification, at 500 yards the clouds descended and light dramatically dropped off, target centres were low contrast against the target backer but the illuminated reticule was excellent in gloomy daytime conditions. Optically its excellent, good high contrast, no tunnelling, no milky view or obvious chromatic aberrations, even when set to maximum magnification.
Resetting the turret for a 100 yard zero was easy, just a 2p coin required to remove the top screw, then 5 seconds to lift the turret and reposition. The turret is splined so you don’t have to faff around trying to index the cap with the alignment mark whist tightening hex screws, the line spacing’s are wide and clear enough and the turret ring just drops straight back into perfect alignment.
Best of all, its lightweight, but feels solid, so transforms my already heavy hunting rifles, so much so I now really ought to replace all my PST 2's. The zoom ring is stiff and predictable as you would expect (unlike some other brands that can be very random), elevation and windage turrets are positive clicks and due to the spacing very easy to read.
Only things I would change would be to supply the Vortex flip up lens covers rather than the rubber bikini type cover, and possibly make the locking ring on the elevation turret slightly stiffer to operate, but that really is nit-picking. For the money its the best scope out there by a mile, and gives the AMG some stiff competition.