Vortex Micro 3x is a new compact multiplier of 3 times designed for Vortex Sparc AR 1x22, Vortex Razor AMG UH-1 and Vortex Spitfire AR 1x collimators.
The magnifying attachment is mounted between the red dot sight and the shooter's eye, effectively facilitating aiming at longer distances. Enlargers are commonly used by sport shooters, hunters and uniformed services.
The Vortex Micro 3X has a body made precisely of anodized aluminum with high shock and corrosion resistance. The tube was filled with nitrogen and thoroughly sealed, thus eliminating the phenomenon of internal optics evaporation.
The enlarger is mounted on the Picatinny rail with a massive single screw, thanks to which the assembly and disassembly of the attachment takes a few seconds.
The telescope uses high-quality lenses coated with multilayer anti-reflective coatings, which ensure high light transmission and a clear and sharp image.
Unlike other models of extenders available on the market, the Vortex Micro 3X has a wide field of view of 12.7 per 100 m. The optics are horizontally and vertically adjustable and the focus ring allows for precise alignment of the telescope with a collimator.
Thanks to the large springing button, the process of adding the collimator to the collimator and throwing it to the side takes place in a flash and can be carried out with one hand.
Thanks to the included insert, the enlarger can be mounted at two heights lower 1/3 (40 mm from posture to the center of the viewfinder) or absolute co-witness (37 mm from the posture to the center of the viewfinder).
The attachment is compatible with all Vortex collimators except for prismatic sights.
• fold: 3x
• lens diameter: 17 mm
• distance from the eye: 67 mm
• focus adjustment: yes
• diameter of the lens on the eye side: 28 mm
• width: 42 mm
• overall length: 74 mm
• weight: 195 g / 270 g with assembly
Lifetime warranty: if anything happens to your telescope, Vortex will repair or replace it with a brand new one.
* The warranty does not cover the loss, theft or intentional destruction of the telescope.