Riton Optics Announces 5 Tactix 1-10×24 FFP Scope

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Riton Optics Announces 5 Tactix 1-10×24 FFP

Riton Optics has added a new first focal plane 1-10×24 scope to their lineup. The new 5 Tactix LPVO features an illuminated MRAD reticle and capped turrets. It also includes a throw lever for fast magnification changes.

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The long awaited Riton optics First Focal plane 1-10×24 is HERE! This precision LPVO is a top of the line optic that can literally do it all. From red dot capabilities with fast target acquisition on 1 power to long range precision work on 10 power. Plus, with Riton’s Dual Throw Lever System (Patent Pending), you can easily and quickly switch between magnification powers on the fly.

Unlike some other 1-10x LPVO options, the 5 Tactix utilizes a 30mm main tube. This makes it easier to find suitable mounts. The main tube is made of 6061-T6 aluminum and contains Riton HD glass with 99.5% light transmission. The optic is also dry nitrogen purged.
The heart of any optic is the reticle. Miliradian reticles with a Christmas tree layout are increasingly common in scopes focused on precision work. The 5 Tactix utilizes that type of reticle. The center of the reticle and the pointed stadia lines are illuminated, but the field of drop and wind dots are not. Those dots are spaced every 0.5 MRAD horizontally and 1.0 MRAD vertically. The illumination control has six brightness levels with off positions between each level.

The 5 Tactix 1-10×24 is in stock now and available for purchase on the Riton website. It retails for $959.99.

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  • Weight – 26 ounces
  • Length – 11.25 inches
  • Click Value – 0.1 MRAD
  • Eye Relief – 4 inches
  • Field Of View (1x) – 10.5 feet
  • Field Of View (10x) – 105.8 feet
  • Parallax – 100 yards

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Daniel Y
Daniel Y

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  • Keiichi Keiichi on May 18, 2023

    I’d be willing to give up a few of the features if someone would produce an LPVO weighing less than 12 oz.

    Make it 1-8 or 1-6 with passable glass and a simple reticle with just an illuminated center dot.

    Make all of the cost lightweight materials.

    • Cutamerc Cutamerc on May 21, 2023

      @Keiichi I feel the same way. I have several redfield Revolutions 2-7x 33mm with the discontinued accurange reticle that I keep coming back to because of the weight. Just good scopes. Made in the USA and don't drag you down.

  • Suppressed Suppressed on May 18, 2023

    I recently saw this on sale for $499.99.