Vortex 6-24x50 Diamondback Tactical 30mm Rifle Scope

Vortex 6-24x50 Diamondback Tactical 30mm Rifle Scope

Matte, EBR-2C MOA, Side Focus, Tactical Turrets, 1/p

Stock# VORDBK10028 UPC 875874009615

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Vortex 6-24x50 Diamondback Tactical 30mm Rifle Scope Details

  • Matte
  • EBR-2C MOA
  • 30mm
  • Side Focus
  • Tactical Turrets
  • First Focal Plane


Vortex 6-24x50 Diamondback Tactical 30mm Rifle Scope Specifications

Vortex 6-24x50 Diamondback Tactical 30mm Rifle Scope
Model:Diamondback Tactical
Objective Lens Diameter (mm):50
Eye Relief (in):3.87
Field of View @ 100 yds (ft):18 - 4.5
Tube Size (mm):30
Turret Style:Tall Exposed Tactical
Adjustment Graduation (MOA):.25
Travel Per Rotation (MOA):15
Max Elevation Adjustment (MOA):65
Max Windage Adjustment (MOA):65
Parallax Setting (yds):10 - infinity
Length (in):14.5
Weight (oz):24.6
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Overall Rating

Average 4.5 out of 5 stars
Based on (2) reviews

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Customer Reviews

  • Vortex Diamondback Tactical 6x24x50

    By TQ on 7/8/2019

    I have Nikon Prostaff scopes on everything I own. I have always thought they were good for the money. This is my first Vortex and first high power scope over 12x magnification. Build quality seems about equal to what I’m used to, but the glass seems better than the Nikon Prostaff line. This isn't the fairest comparison due to objective diameters and scope power, but I am confident the diamondback is a nicer optic. I will note that the turrets do not line up to zero like every other review mentions, just scribe a line if necessary. All in all, I like this scope a lot and I think I may be done with Nikons. I put this on my 10/22 bench gun for now, and the reticle is a lot of fun to use. The SWFA rings required some lapping, but that wasn't an issue. If you are thinking about buying one of these I don't think you'll be disappointed.

  • FFP for less than $400.00

    By Rambo on 6/10/2019

    I have this scope and was wary of an FFP scope for such a low price. My major concern was that the parallax turret only went out to 300-yards and then an immediate infinity setting. I mounted and took out to 360, 500, 650 and then 850. The glass was extremely clear for the money with no noticeable chromatic aberrations. I kept the scope at the infinity setting at all ranges without backing off. Recoil from a braked .308 didn't upset the parallax adjustment. This scope tracked perfectly from 850 all the way back to zero. The EBR -2C is by far the best Christmas Tree reticle I have ever used, period. All in all a very good purchase for the money. The glass compares to my Viper PST Gen 1. Good job Vortex!!