[SHOT 2016 Range Day] EOTech Vudu Precision Rifle Scopes

    EOTech is now offering a line of precision rifle scopes. The brand new Vudu series includes 3 models:

    EOTech Vudu 1-6x

    The Vudu 1-6x is a First Focal Plane scope. The Vudu 1-6 has a 30mm tube and a 24mm objective lens. It has an illuminated reticle and .5 MOA or .2 MIL adjustments. The model I got to test on range day was interesting because on 6 power it had a red dot as well as a ballistic drop compensator. When the scope was dialed down to 1 power, a very familiar xps3-4 reticle appeared complete with the 65 MOA outer ring. EOTech did not have batteries in their optics so I was not able to assess brightness in regards to being visible in bright sun. The optics were clear and the reticle was crisp. From the literature provided by the representative, the Vudu 1-6x comes with several reticle options. One choice appears to be a BDC reticle and the other a traditional crosshair with MIL hash marks. I would love to test this scope in the near future.

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    EOTech Vudu 1-6x

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    EOTech Vudu 2.5-10x

    The EOTech Vudu 2.5-10x is a first focal plane rifle scope. The EOTech Vudu 2.5-10X has a 30mm tube, illuminated reticle and 44mm objective lens. Adjustments are in .25 MOA or .1 MIL. Reticle choices for the Vudu 2.5×10 include a Horus H59 and EOTech’s MD1-MRAD or MD2-MOA. The Vudu 2.5-10 has zero stops.

    EOTech Vudu 3.5-18x

    The EOTech Vudu 3.5-18x is a first focal plane rifle scope. The EOTech Vudu 3.5-18X has a 34mm tube, illuminated reticle and 50mm objective lens. Adjustments are in .25 MOA or .1 MIL adjustments. Reticle choices for the Vudu 3.5×18 include a Horus H59 and EOTech’s MD1-MRAD or MD2-MOA. The Vudu 3.5-18 has zero stops.

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    I am personally excited for EOTech. I believe this product line is a step in the right direction for the company. When I asked the company representative where the scopes where made, he simply responded “Japan”. They are made extremely well and image quality was excellent. I did not notice chromatic aberration nor parallax issues. The Firearm Blog will definitely be getting one of these to test. EOTech will be at booths, 20153, 20159 and 20259.

    Thomas Gomez

    Thomas Gomez currently resides in the mountains of central New Mexico. He has an M.B.A, an Ar-15/M16/M4 armorer certification from Specialized Armament Warehouse as well as a Glock armorer certification. Aside from writing for The Firearm Blog he works as a Clinical Analyst for a large Hospital. He spends his free time farming, ranching, hiking, fly-fishing and hunting in the beautiful forests and prairies of New Mexico. He can be reached at [email protected]


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