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The Rapid Reticle 3-G Multi-Purpose Scope by Pride Fowler Industries, Inc CR. US Patented has been designed specifically for competition for use with 7.62×51.

It is also compatible with the 5.56×45 weapon platforms out to 900-yards.

This reticle compensates for the ballistic drop of 168gr 7.62×51 ammunition. It provides other critical ballistic information that will reduce engagement time and maximize the weapon system’s performance with 16″ barrels and others.

The Rapid Reticle 3-G will provide ballistic drop data, ranging on 9”/18” objects (Rapid Ranging), Mil-ranging, wind holds out to 15mph, and impact guidance for low magnification utilization (Rapid Guide).

The various ballistic data allow for adaptation to elevation, barrel length, and ammunition changes.

Combined with the superior quality of PFI’s 1-6×24 scope body, the PFI 3-G is a formidable optic system that is versatile and powerful in the ever-changing competition environment.

It offers a choice to shooters competing in 3-gun matches and others, critical instant-ranging data, and extends the capabilities of common weapon systems.

The scope can also be used for various hunting applications.

The 1-6×24 has a heavy-duty, one-piece 30-MM tube and comes with Turret protective caps.

Owner’s Manual: RR Evolution 3G-2

  • Pride Fowler Industries (PFI) Rapid Reticle RR-Evolution-3G BDC Reticle designed for 7.62 NATO and 5.56 NATO with holdovers to 900 yards and featuring Rapid Ranging (9” and 18” objects), wind holds up to 15mph
  • Rapid Guide feature that assists with fast acquisition of targets and indicates the point of impact at low magnification
  • Nitrogen filled one-piece 30mm diameter A6063 aluminum tube with metallic mat black anodized finish
  • Shock, fog, and waterproof multi-coated impeccable BK7 glass
  • 1-6x24mm with fast focus eyepiece
  • Positive 1/2 MOA windage and elevation target knobs with a built-in reset-to-zero feature and turret caps
  • Red illumination with (9) intensity rheostat settings and (2) night vision settings

Scope Specs:

  • Adjustment Click Value: 1/2 MOA
  • Adjustment Type: MOA
  • Battery Type: CR2032 Lithium
  • Brightness Settings: 9 daylight, 2 night vision
  • Exit Pupil (mm):    16.5 @ 1x ,  4.60 @ 6x
  • Eye Relief (mm):   90.5 @ 1x ,  76.5 @ 6x
  • Eye Relief (inch):   3.56 @ 1x ,  3.01 @ 6x
  • Fast Focus Ocular: Yes
  • Field of View (feet@100 yds):  90.53 @ 1x,  17.45 @ 6x
  • Focal Plane: FFP
  • Fogproof: Yes
  • Holdover: up to 900 yards
  • Illumination: Yes
  • Illumination Color: Red
  • Illumination Type: LED
  • Includes 30mm Mounting Rings: Yes
  • Includes Flip-Up Caps: Yes
  • Includes Turret Caps: No
  • Length: 9.1 in
  • Magnification: 1x-6x
  • Magnification Type: Variable
  • Objective Lens Diameter: 24mm
  • Optical Lens Material: BK-7
  • 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: 6063 Aluminum
  • Shockproof: Yes
  • Temperature Operating Range: 70C to -17C
  • Tube Diameter: 30mm
  • Warranty: Lifetime
  • Waterproof: Yes
  • Weight: 17.1 oz
  • Wind Holds: up to 15mph
  • Zero Reset: Yes


• 7.62×51 (168gr): BC: 0.447-0.505 @2510ft/s
• 7.62×51 (168gr): BC: 0.431-0.447 @ 2,405ft/s
• 7.62×51 (175gr): BC: 0.496-0.505 @ 2,530ft/s
• 7.62×51 (147-150gr): BC: 0.397-0.410 @ 2,600ft/s
• 5.56 NATO (55gr, 62gr, 75gr): BC: 0.234-0.272 @ 2660-32
• Other ammunition with similar BC and muzzle velocity

3 reviews for RR EVOLUTION 3G-2

  1. Lane Morris

    Such an incredible scope for the price, I got two of them. One for my 556 and the other for my 308. What makes these scops so great is it takes out the math of zeroing in on target. It is a simple use of for each 100 yards is the next mark to use. For us non sniper type users, it is simple and on point. Love these scopes!

  2. Hank Choi

    I got one for my .223 and one for my.22 solid glass and very durable. On my .223 i love how it is easy for me to line up my shot, bc the way they set up the reticle. I’ve got more than a few different scopes. This is right there with the best of em.

  3. bill ding

    i have the gen 1 model that is no longer available and i have bought sig , us optics, athalon , hawke and i returned them all because those scopes could not equal the ease of use that the rr reticle provides . from zero to using holds out to 700 ish yards its dead on with a budget style build ar . an when you factor in how much of a great man mr pride is well you cant go wrong . in essence , i overwhelmingly recommend this optic . you will not be disappointed.

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Q1: Are there specific features I should prioritize in a scope?

A: Several key features should be considered when buying your first scope or upgrading your existing scope.

This includes magnification level, objective lens size, zero-stop turrets for rapid return to zero, parallax adjustment for precise focusing, and advanced lens coatings for enhanced light transmission and clarity.


Q2: What lens coatings should I look for when buying a scope?

A: One of the biggest differences between lower and higher quality scopes is the lenses.

Lens quality influences the amount of allowed light and coatings can help reduce glare and improve clarity.

All PFI lenses are multi-coated for optimal performance.


Q3: Should I look for a scope with fixed or variable magnification?

A: Variable zoom scopes are more versatile and can be used at short and long distances.

Beginners and those who consistently shoot at the same distance may find a fixed magnification scope the easiest to master.

They are much simpler to use, but can be limiting if your distance needs change.


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