RR Evolution H-2

$399.99

3-12x42mm

The PFI RR-Evolution-H-2 (3-12x42mm) is designed for 180 of the most common hunting loads, including the .243, .270, 30-06, and .308. Hunters now have a solid first focal plane optic option and an intuitive reticle to make taking the shot easier.

The H-2 is one of the newest Rapid Reticle designs offering:

  • Ballistic holdovers from 100 to 1,000 yards
  • Wind compensation holds up to 20 mph
  • Rapid Ranging for instant ranging on known 10″ and 20″ objects
  • Rapid Guide for fast close-range acquisition and engagement

For longer-range marksmen, a series of crosses allow shooters to determine their holds for targets beyond 1000 yards for various calibers.

Other new features include:

  • “shooter mils” (4″ and 2″ ) on the main stadia lines for quick-ranging calculations
  • Impeccable BK-7 glass
  • 2-color illumination
  • Tall, non-snagging target turrets
  • A parallax adjustment
  • A fast focus ocular

Its new 3-12x42mm body offers an effective magnification range and a rock-solid one-piece 30mm tube.

The RR-Evolution-H-2 is an advancement in hunting optics that drastically reduces the learning curve for long-range precision shooting.

Designed to be simplistic yet intuitive, with all the necessary information to take a confident shot, the innovative H-2 reticle allows riflemen to engage targets quickly, accurately, and with higher precision than ever.

Owner’s Manual: RR Evolution H-2

  • Rapid Reticle BDC for 180 common hunting loads and holdovers to 700 yards.
  • Rapid Ranging (10″ and 20″ objects)
  • Wind holds up to 20 mph
  • Elevation differential
  • Rapid Guide feature indicates impacts for fast target acquisition at low magnification
  • Nitrogen filled one piece 30mm diameter 6061 T6 aluminum tube with matte black anodized finish
  •  Shock, fog, and water-resistant multi-coated lenses
  • 3-12x42mm with fast focus eyepiece and parallax adjustment
  • First focal plane reticle with true ballistic holds throughout the entire magnification range
  • Positive ¼ MOA windage and elevation clicks on low profile target type knobs with a built in reset-to-zero feature
  • 2-color illumination with intensity rheostat ( green, blue) Auto OFF

Scope Specs:

  • Adjustment Click Value: 1/4 MOA
  • Adjustment Type: MOA
  • Battery Type: CR2032 Lithium
  • Brightness Settings: 5 for each color
  • Exit Pupil (mm): 12.5 @ 3x, 3.5 @ 12x
  • Eye Relief (mm): 100 @ 3x, 75 @ 12x
  • Eye Relief (in): 3.93 @ 3x, 3 @ 12x
  • Fast Focus Ocular: Yes
  • Field of View (feet @ 100 yards): 33 @ 3x, 3.5 @ 12x
  • Focal Plane: FFP
  • Fogproof: Yes
  • 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: 13.8 in
  • Magnification: 3x-12x
  • Magnification Type: Variable
  • Objective Lens Diameter: 42mm
  • Optical Lens Material: Glass
  • Optical Lens Coating: Multi-Coated
  • Parallax Adjustment: Yes
  • 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
  • Weight: 22.1 oz
  • Wind Holds: up to 20mph
  • Zero Reset: Yes
  • .243 Winchester Sierra 100gr SBT – BC: .430 @ 2950 fps
  • .243 Winchester Sierra 100gr Grand Slam – BC: .351 @ 3000 fps
  • 25/06 Remington Nosler 120gr Partition – BC: .391 @ 2950 fps
  • 25/06 Remington Sierra 117gr SBT – BC: .410 @ 3000 fps
  • 6.4 Remington Magnum 140gr SBT BC: .530 @ 2800 fps
  • .270 Winchester 130gr Bear Claw – BC: .380 @ 3060 fps
  • .270 Winchester 140gr Bear Claw – BC: .292 @ 2950 fps
  • .270 Winchester 130gr Bear Claw – BC: .483 @ 2900 fps
  • 7mm-08 Remington Barnes 150gr XBT BC: .533 @ 2800 fps
  • 7mm-08 Remington Sierra 140gr SBT BC: .488 @ 2900 fps
  • .280 Remington Sierra 150gr SBT – BC: .435 @ 2900 fps
  • 7mm Remington Magnum Sierra 175gr SBT – BC: .533 @ 2800 fps
  • 7mm Remington Magnum Nosler 175gr Partition – BC: .519 @ 2800 fps
  • 7mm Remington Magnum 175gr Bear Claw – BC: .438 @ 2860 fps
  • 7mm Remington Magnum Sierra 195gr Barnes SSP – BC: .533 @ 2800 fps
  • .308 Winchester Barnes 165gr XBT – BC: .413 @ 3000 fps
  • 30-06 Springfield Barnes 165gr XBT – BC: .505 @ 2800 fps
  • 30-06 Springfield Sierra 180gr SBT – BC: .501 @ 2800 fps
  • 30-06 Springfield Hornaday 150gr SST – BC: .413 @ 3000 fps
  • .300 Winchester Magnum Federal 180gr Weldcore SP – BC: .364 @ 2960 fps
  • .300 Winchester Magnum Federal 180gr Bear Claw – BC: .414 @ 2960 fps
  • .300 Winchester Magnum Federal 200gr Nosler Partition – BC: .481 @ 2850 fps
  • .338 Winchester Magnum Sierra 250gr SBT – BC: .565 @ 2750 fps
  • .338 Winchester Magnum Sierra 250gr X – BC: .521 @ 2750 fps
  • .338 Winchester Magnum Sierra 250gr X – BC: .428 @ 2875 fps

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Q1: What does magnification mean?

A: The magnification level is how much larger your target will appear vs the naked eye.

A 6x magnification level means the target will appear 6x larger through your scope than when you look at it without any magnification.

 

Q2: What is parallax adjustment and why do I need it?

A: Parallax is when the target and reticle are on different planes. It is a crucial adjustment for precision, especially at longer distances.

It is noticeable when your reticle moves in relation to the target. For instance, look through your scope and align the reticle perfectly with the target. If no parallax adjustment is needed, then moving your eyes or making slight adjustments with the tilt of your head will not make the reticle alignment on the target shift.

However, a parallax adjustment is needed to land an accurate shot if the reticle appears to move. This often occurs if you are shooting far beyond the set parallax of your scope.

More advanced scopes allow for manual adjustments to correct any parallax errors. Basically it’s to focus the target at the distance you are shooting at.

 

Q3: Do I need a scope with an illuminated reticle?

A: Illuminated reticles provide enhanced visibility of the crosshairs in low light conditions, making them beneficial when shooting at dusk or dawn.

Look for illuminated reticles with brightness adjustments, as a single brightness level can sometimes hinder your view rather than enhance it.

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