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The Diamondback Tactical is a long-range wolf in sheep's clothing. Rather than cramming features in at the expense of turret performance and optical quality, the Diamondback Tactical dials it back, putting the focus where it counts. Exposed turrets bring tracking performance previously unheard of at this price point, while its optical system delivers sharp image quality even at extended range. Its relatively simple design places you firmly in the driver's seat with the potential to take on that 1,000 yard mark and beyond, all at a price that's easy to justify for new shooters, your training rifle, as well as experienced shooters looking for
a back-to-basics optic on their fun gun. Opt for one of the first focal plane models on a sweet shooting rifle and you've got yourself a perfectly capable competition rig without breaking the bank.
Diamondback Tactical 4-16x44 FFP Dimensions (in inches)
Rated 5 out of
Best Valued Scope Anywhere!I have had my Dimondback Tactical scope for just a few weeks but I already love it.
So for my set up:
Rifle: Remington 700 tatical in 308 win. 20" heavy barrel with Hogue stock.
Base: Leopold piccatini rail
Rings: Vortex pro series
Scope: Vortex Dimondback Tactical 4-16x44 MRAD
I was on a budget like most of us. I read a lot of reviews and shoped around and did this set up for less than $1000.00. My shooting buddies are all jealous that they spent so much more money on other brands of scopes to have this scope and rifle out perform them. There is a reason why this scope has an near perfect review. You can't find a better tactical scope for the price.
Date published: 2019-05-24
Rated 4 out of
Northern WI from
Good scope for the money!I bought this scope to use on a 22LR PRS trainer and it is a good scope for the purpose.
The turret clicks are a little soft and the reticle appears to be "thinner" than other FFP Vortex scopes that I've used. You really can't use the subtensions below about 8x magnification and event he main crosshair is hard to see at 4x (for my eyes anyway). Some of that is par for the course with FFP scopes. The open center crosshairs do keep the reticle from covering small aiming points at higher magnification, that's a plus and I feel it would have allowed Vortex to beef up the reticle a little.
For a less expensive FFP option it works well.
Date published: 2019-05-01
Rated 3 out of
Glass strength?I recently purchased this optic for my 6.5 creedmoor budget rifle that I use for deer and coyotes. I sighted the scope in at 200 and shot 10 or 15 rounds all together. The scope tracks great and seems to adjust properly. the whole time I shot I had the scope on 12 or 16 power, once I backed the magnification down to four I could see a crack all the way across the top of the reticle. I cleaned the objective lens to make sure it was not just a hair. The scope held up to about 10 rounds. I am happy with the optic and in the process of getting it replaced under warranty. I love vortex and have many of their optics. Cant wait to give it another shot.