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Part Number:DBK-10028
  • Magnification:6-24 x
  • Objective Lens Diameter:50 mm
  • Eye Relief:3.9 inches
  • Field of View: 18-4.5 feet/100 yards
  • Tube Size:30 mm
  • Turret Style:Tall Exposed Tactical
  • Adjustment Graduation:1/4 MOA
  • Travel Per Rotation:15 MOA
  • Max Elevation Adjustment:65 MOA
  • Max Windage Adjustment:65 MOA
  • Parallax Setting:10 yards to Infinity
  • Length:14.5 inches
  • Weight:24.6 ounces

Try not to spit out your coffee as you check the price of the Diamondback Tactical FFP after reading about its impressive performance and features. The first focal plane reticle, a feature ordinarily reserved for 4-figure-priced optics, allows shooters to use the information-packed EBR-2C reticles for ranging, holdovers or windage corrections on any magnification. Housed inside its durable, one-piece aluminum tube is a 4x optical system delivering excellent edge-to-edge clarity and sharp resolution. Exposed elevation and windage turrets are low profile enough to stay out of the way in packing situations, but offer the quickness, ease and precision of dialing accurate shots at distance. A side adjustable parallax gives shooters peace of mind by removing parallax error from the equation from 10 yards to infinity.


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5 Stars
Vortex Diamondback 6-24X50 FFP (MOA) fits the unique requirements for an airgun scope. I have this scope mounted on an Air Arms TX200 and a RWS 54 air rifle. I use theses two rifles for Field Target matches and target practices in my backyard. The Diamondback is a very good scope for my needs. I wanted to buy a more expensive model, but finding a scope that can focus down to 10 yards with this power range and FFP is hard to find. The first focal plane feature allows me to use the scope’s variable power settings at different power without affecting the sight in zero and range estimation. The parallax adjustment at 24x is precise enough to match my tape measurer within my tolerance for equipment and user’s error. This gives me the confidence to use the appropriate range zero to engage my targets accurately. The reticle is very usable for holding over and under to hit at different distances. It is detailed enough without excessive features to make it cluttered. I live and shoot in the Pacific Northwest and light conditions are typically overcasts and dark. Even with the non-illuminated reticle at 16x, I was able to clearly see my targets and the reticle. At this setting, I have an accurate aiming point even out at the maximum 55yard distance where I shoot FT matches. There is a compromise at the lowest power of 6x. The reticle at 6x is very thin, making precision aiming on small targets difficult. The optic quality is not as good as the higher tiered Vortex line like the Viper and Razor. However, for the intended use of this scope, it is more than good enough. I can only tell the difference when I have those scopes side by side under very controlled conditions. Last but not least is the fact these two scopes have survived two season of shooting thousands of rounds. After these many iterations of harsh reverse recoil from piston power airguns, they are still fully functional. Although not advertised as airgun scopes, they certainly are capable for that task. Good Job Vortex… keep supporting us shooters with great tools.
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Reviewed by:  from University Place. on 1/18/2024

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