RR Evolution BLK-2



The PFI RR-Evolution-BLK-2 Rifle Scope is designed specifically for .300BLK and 7.62×39 weapon systems.

The patented and innovative BDC reticle provides impact guidance subsonic and supersonic ammunition. This gives the user the full weapon system capability.

Set within a robust LPVO optic, the RR-Evolution-BLK-2 is reliable in rough and changing field conditions.

The RR-Evolution Series BDC design features several innovative proprietary technologies that enhance the weapon system’s performance, allowing for faster target engagement.

Rapid Ranging provides instant distance approximation for 9″ and 18″ objects.

The new Rapid Guide feature provides clear impact guidance for low magnification settings for closer targets for fast target acquisition and engagement.

With the RR-Evolution design and ease of use, the learning curve for long-range precision shooting is drastically reduced for the novice.

There are no manual adjustments or calculations needed. This provides a clear advantage for all riflemen.

The RR-Evolution Series maximizes the weapon system’s performance, giving the user versatility not found in any other optic.

Owner’s Manual: RR Evolution BLK-2

  • Rapid Reticle BDC with holdovers to 700 yards (supersonic) and 350 yards (subsonic) for .300BLK and 7.62×39 with Rapid Ranging (9″ /18″objects) and wind holds up to 10mph
  • Rapid Guide feature indicates impacts at low magnification
  • Nitrogen filled one piece 30mm diameter 6061 T6 aluminum tube with matte black anodized finish
  • Shock, fog, and waterproof multi-coated lenses
  • 1-6x24mm with fast focus eyepiece
  • First focal plane reticle with true ballistic holds throughout the entire magnification range
  • Positive 1/2 MOA windage and elevation clicks on tall target-type knobs with an easy reset-to-zero feature
  • 2-color illumination with intensity rheostat (green and blue) auto-off

Scope Specs:

  • Adjustment Click Value: 1/2 MOA
  • Adjustment Type: MOA
  • Battery Type: CR2032 Lithium
  • Brightness Settings: 5 for each color
  • Exit Pupil (mm): 12.3 @ 1x, 4.0 @ 6x
  • Eye Relief (mm): 90.4 @ 1x, 76.2 @ 6x
  • Eye Relief (inch): 3.56 @ 1x, 3.0 @6x
  • Fast Focus Ocular: Yes
  • Field of View (feet@100 yds): 90.51@ 1x, 14.66 @ 6X
  • Focal Plane: FFP
  • Holdover: up to 700 yards
  • Illumination: Yes
  • Illumination Color: Green/Blue
  • Illumination Type: LED
  • Includes 30mm Mounting Rings: Yes
  • Includes Flip-Up Caps: Yes
  • Includes Turret Caps: No
  • Length: 9.09 inches
  • Magnification: 1x-6x
  • Magnification Type: Variable
  • Objective Lens Diameter: 24mm
  • Optical Lens Material: Glass
  • Optical Lens Coating: Multi-Coated
  • Parallax Adjustment: Pre-Set @ 100 yards
  • Rapid Guide: Yes
  • Rapid Ranging: Yes
  • Reticle Type: BDC
  • Scope Color: Black
  • Scope Finish: Anodized
  • Scope Material: 6061 T6 Aluminum
  • Shockproof: Yes
  • Temperature Operating Range: 70C to -17C
  • Tube Diameter: 30mm
  • Warranty: Lifetime
  • Waterproof: Yes
  • Wind Holds: up to 10mph
  • Zero Reset: Yes

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• .300BLK: 110-130gr, B.C. 0.29-.350 @ 2200-2300 fps
• .300BLK: 208-225gr, B.C. 0.629-0.648 @ 990-1050 fps
• .300BLK: 150gr JSP, B.C. 0.331 @ 2000 fps
• 7.62×39: 122-124gr, B.C. 0.480 @ 2400fps
• Other ammunition can be used that produce similar ballistic coefficients


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Q1: How important is the field of view in a rifle scope?

A: The FOV (field of view) determines the width of the visible area at a certain distance.

A wide FOV is great for situational awareness and target acquisition, especially at longer distances. But you may sacrifice magnification to ensure a wide FOV.

Generally, the higher the magnification, the smaller your field of view will be.


Q2: What magnification range should I consider for my scope?

A: Your required magnification level depends on several factors, including your typical shooting distance, target size, and field of view requirements.

The further your target is, the more magnification you may need to land a precise shot.

Stick with a lower magnification level if you normally shoot at closer ranges. A high magnification at short distances can impede your accuracy.


Q3: What features should I look for in durability?

A: Your scope will potentially be exposed to many harsh elements and protection is critical.

You should look for a rugged construction that offers shock-proofing and waterproofing.

Your scope should be able to withstand any recoil and harsh weather conditions. Fog Proofing of the lenses is another critical element to enhance the lens clarity.



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