Vortex Viper PST Gen II Rifle Scope 3-15x 44mm EBR-2C MRAD Reticle

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This updated favorite hands an unfair advantage to shooters who seek to keep the upper hand in every situation from close quarters to long-range shots. The illumination dial is cleanly integrated into the side focus adjustment knob for easy access and streamlined performance. The glass-etched reticle offers shooters highly functional, intuitive, and detailed hold points, yet remains uncluttered for optimal viewing and features 10 intensity levels with off positions between each setting.


  • Extra-low dispersion (XD) glass increases resolution and color fidelity
  • Fully multi-coated optics
  • First focal plane, glass-etched reticle
  • Aircraft-grade aluminum, single-piece constructed tube
  • Argon purged and o-ring sealed creates and water and fog proof scope
  • Shockproof
  • Tactical exposed turrets
  • RZR Zero stop prevents the turret from dialing below sight-in range
  • Fiber optic turret rotation indicator provides a highly visible point of reference for turret rotations
  • Fast focus eyepiece


Finish Matte Black
Waterproof Yes
Weight 28.1 Ounce
Tube Diameter 30mm
Power Variability Variable
Minimum Power 3
Maximum Power 15
Adjustment Click Value 1/10 MIL
Adjustment Type Click
Exposed Turrets Yes
Finger Adjustable Turrets Yes
Turrets Resettable to Zero Yes
Zero Stop Yes
Turret Height Medium
Fast Focus Eye Piece Yes
Lens Coating Fully Multi-Coated
Warranty Vortex VIP Unconditional Warranty
Rings Included No
Sun Shade Included Yes
Lens Covers Included No
Reticle EBR-2C MRAD
Reticle Construction Glass Etched
Illuminated Reticle Yes
Battery Type CR2032 (2)
Holdover Reticle Yes
Reticle Focal Plane Location 1st
Parallax Adjustment 20 Yards to Infinity
Fog Proof Yes
Shock Proof Yes
Overall Length (A) 14.3 Inches
Eyepiece Bell to Objective Bell Length (B) 6.85 Inches
Objective Bell to Turret Length (C) 2.3 Inches
Eyepiece Bell to Turret Length (D) 2.5 Inches
Objective Diameter (G) 2.08 Inches
Eyepiece Diameter (H) 1.8 Inches
Objective Lens Diameter 44 Millimeter
Eye Relief 3.4 Inches
Field of View @ 100 Yards Minimum Power 41.2 Feet
Field of View @ 100 Yards Maximum Power 8.6 Feet
Maximum Windage Adjustment 11 MIL
Maximum Elevation Adjustment 22 MIL
Sun Shade Length 3 Inches


Customer Reviews

4.4 / 5.0
8 Reviews
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Vortex PST gen 2 FFP 3-15x44
This is not a great optic! Vortex is selling made in china scopes at a premium price. The finish on all the knobs not very durable. (they will send you new knob covers if you ask) But this is not a problem you should have when you spend a $1000! The FFP is nice to have. But think twice before buying. Its heavier than anything in its class with little upside to the heavy weight of the scope. There are many better options for the shop around and find a quality Made in the U.S.A optic.
Ps. The lenses on this scope will fog up very easy, when its cold cool or the humidity is above 80%. I feel ripped off!
January 3, 2019
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Great do all scope at a great value
I'm a loyal Vortex guy and have a lot of their stuff including Razor Gen I , spotters & binos. I bought one of these to put on a hunting rifle where weight was a concern. I have been pleasantly surprised at the attributes of this optic in almost all aspects. Great reticle, clear & bright glass (in my opinion very close to Razor glass clarity), nice fit & finish, better turret design and the zero stop is great. Liked it so well I bought a second.
December 25, 2018
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Previous Review Revised
I'd like to post a revision to a previous review I had written. In my first review I gave this scope 1 star based on several criticisms I had. However, just recently I was able to compare a Gen 2 PST to a Gen 1, side by side while shooting. I will have to admit that I was wrong in my previous review. The Gen 2 is superior to the Gen 1 in almost every aspect. The glass is a littler clearer. The field of view is MUCH larger. And the reticle is actually the same size when on the same power. The turrets seem better, and the scope seems well built. The only real criticism I have left is the weight. The Gen 2 is heavier than the Gen 1, but hopefully it is more durable. I was also able to compare the PST Gen 2 along side several other "Big Name" manufacturer's scopes in a similar price range. These "Big Name" brands, which I won't name here, often boast about having their scopes used by the US military etc. However, when comparing these scopes side by side with the PST Gen 2, it was obvious to me that the Vortex was the better scope. The glass was just as good. The turrets were the best of the bunch. And overall the Vortex seemed to be of the best quality. Putting the PST Gen 2 in perspective like this when compared to other scopes really made me want to revise my previous review. In fact I'd say this scope is great. I plan on buying a couple.
July 13, 2018
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Easy to zero works great
I have owned it for a few months. Ran about 400rds threw my 308 no issue at all.
May 13, 2018
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Awesome scope!
Awesome scope. I have the PST Gen II 3-15x44mm FFP mRAD. Easy to zero. The only thing that I would change was the long wait- almost 9 months! Everything good now!
March 30, 2018
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Top Buy and Great Features
Absolutely great turrets and excellent glass. I can easily compare it to a scope I had costing more than twice as much.
March 29, 2018
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Great scope!
More than just a bang for you buck! The GENii took all of the best features from the razor and implemented into the PST. Great scope backed by best warranty and customer service in any market.
March 7, 2018
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Almost had it perfect
The scope is crisp and clear. I only wish it had a 50mm objective to allow more light in. The new knobs are great and the price is nice for what you get.
March 1, 2018
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