Vortex Optics Introduces the Strike Eagle 3-18×44 and 4-24×50

Long Range has never been more within reach

Vortex Optics Introduces the Strike Eagle 3-18x44 and 4-24x50
Vortex Optics Introduces the Strike Eagle 3-18×44 and 4-24×50

U.S.A.-(Ammoland.com)- Executing technical, long-range shots, requires a riflescope with application-specific features and rock-solid build-quality, to ensure accurate, reliable and repeatable performance – every time you squeeze the trigger. The all-new Strike Eagle Riflescopes from Vortex boast those features – in a trim, lightweight, durable, package – making them the ideal choice for value-minded shooters who already shoot long range and are looking for a riflescope to top their next rig, or those who want to get in the game, but don’t want to take a loan out to do it.

The incredibly versatile 6X zoom range lets shooters engage targets from intermediate, to extended ranges, and is perfectly suited for an extremely wide range of applications. An XD optical system, using lenses fully-multicoated with antireflective coatings, delivers crisp, bright, images – ensuring you can see your target clearly when it counts.

Glass-etched, second-focal-plane reticles, give detailed MOA-based hold points when shooting off the reticle, yet remain visually clean for optimal viewing. Fast-focus eyepiece adjusts easily, guaranteeing the reticle always appears sharp.

Built on a 30mm, single-piece, anodized, aircraft-grade aluminum tube, these scopes offer an impressive 120 MOA (3-18×44) and 85 MOA (4-24×50) of elevation travel – an extremely important factor when dialing calculated corrections on long range shots. Exposed laser-etched turrets are easily accessible, feature a zero-reset, and track true.

Strike Eagle 4-24x50
Strike Eagle 4-24×50

The illumination dial is integrated into the left-side parallax/side focus adjustment knob. Features 11 intensity levels of illumination and runs on a single CR 2032 battery. Dial rotates for-and-aft a full 360-degrees, providing easy access to preferred settings and multi-directional return home to the off-position.

O-ring sealed and Nitrogen gas purged for waterproof, fogproof performance – no matter the weather conditions. Included sunshade shields the objective, fights off low-angle light and promotes a full sight picture under normally tough viewing conditions.

And like all Vortex optics, they are covered with the lifetime, no-fault, transferable, VIP warranty.


  • 3-18X44 (MSRP $599.99)
  • 4-24×50 (MSRP $699.99)

About Vortex Optics:Vortex Optics

American owned, Middleton, Wisconsin based Vortex Optics designs, engineers, and distributes a complete line of premium binoculars, riflescopes, spotting scopes, tripods and related accessories. Dedicated to exceptional quality, value and unrivaled customer service, Vortex backs its products with its unconditional, transferable, lifetime VIP-warranty. Built on more than 20 years of experience in the optics industry, Vortex is rapidly emerging as a leading brand in the optics market. The brands Vortex® and Strike Eagle® are trademarks owned by Sheltered Wings, Inc. d/b/a Vortex Optics

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2 years ago

Having 11 Vortex pieces in the family, we’ve had occasion to test Vortex’s lifetime warranty twice now. Truly a No BS warranty. A rangefinder was replaced and back in our hands in less than 3 days round trip. A Viper PST was repaired and back in 11 days. Information pertaining to repair was updated 2-3 time while in their hands. I was quite impressed. I called Vortex and thanked them immensely. A week later an unknown box arrived in the mail and to my surprise it contained a Vortex hat, flag/banner, coffee mug, a heap of stickers, and a note… Read more »

2 years ago
Reply to  Gunwrites

I had a new Strikefire that just died the first time out to the range. They just cross-shipped a new one.

I’ve picked up several more Vortex offerings as a result (3 Spitfires, Sparc-AR, 1-6 Strikeeagle, 1-8 Strikeeagle, a PST1-4, ViperHS). Never had any issues with those, but I am confident based on user feedback that I’d be taken care of if I did.