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Primary Arms PLx 1-8x24mm FFP Rifle Scope - Illuminated ACSS Griffin MOA

SKU: PA-PLX8-1-8X24F-GRIF-MOA
MPN: 610086
Manufactured by Primary Arms
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After rigorous field testing, this optic has been given a Gold-tier rating by the National Tactical Officers Association.

The PLx rifle scopes are our flagship line manufactured and assembled in Japan with superior glass clarity and the best materials available. The advanced yet intuitive scope body features maximize the capability of the latest ACSS reticle found inside. Our PLx line stands toe-to-toe with leading low power variable and precision scopes offered by other brands.

The PLx8 1-8x24mm first focal plane rifle scope is our premium-grade recon rifle optic, tuned for close quarters and mid-range use. With top-of-the-line Japanese glass, high quality materials, and precision engineering, the PLx8 is constructed with uncompromising craftmanship, durability, and optical clarity. Purpose-built for tactical shooting, competition, or hunting, the PLx8 1-8x24mm first focal plane rifle scope is going to be your new go-to optic.

Features:

  • Gold-rated by the NTOA!
  • High quality Japanese glass with enhanced clarity
  • First focal plane reticles stay true at every magnification
  • Heavy duty, high-strength construction 34mm tube
  • Partial red reticle illumination is night vision compatible on the lowest settings and daylight bright on the highest
  • Precise, tactile, and audible 1/4 MOA click adjustments with Zero Reset
  • 1-8x magnification range has red dot speed for close quarters and is accurate at medium range
  • Waterproof, shock resistant, and fog resistant
  • ACSS Griffin MOA reticle provides an all-in-one package for close quarters and even very long range shooting
  • Durable hardcoat anodized black finish
  • Made in Japan
  • Protected by our lifetime warranty

This 1-8x24mm PLx8 scope is equipped with the first focal plane ACSS Griffin MOA reticle. This incredible, all-in-one reticle features an eye-catching horseshoe that functions just like a red dot at low magnifications, allowing for unsurpassed close quarters engagement speed. The automatic ranging system gives easy estimation on targets out to 600 yards. At 8x, the full features of the reticle come to life, offering moving target leads and a MOA-dot matrix that allows for precise shots at extended ranges with any caliber.

Our advanced reticle designs promote set-and-forget zeroing, but for those who prefer to count their clicks, the Japanese made PLx line features tactile, audible, and -- more importantly -- precise and repeatable 1/4 MOA click adjustments. Once zero has been achieved, the finger-adjustable turrets can be easily reset to 0 as well, allowing future adjustments to be readily tracked. To protect your zero, the turrets are locking. Pull out on the turrets to make your adjustments, push in to lock them down and ensure bumps on the range or in a bag won’t throw off your zero.

Whether you're looking for a workhorse optic for tactical shooting, competition, or out on your next hunt, the uncompromising clarity and quality of our PLx rifle scopes may be exactly what you're looking for. These remarkably flexible scopes will help you dominate close quarters and get fast, predictable hits out to 800 yards. To top it off, this fantastic scope is covered by our lifetime warranty.
PA-PLX8-1-8X24F-GRIF-MOA MANUAL

Specifications

Battery TypeCR2032 3V Lithium Coin
BrandPrimary Arms
Click Value1/4 MOA
Exit Pupil DiameterLow: 11.70 mm / High: 3.00 mm
Eye ReliefLow: 3.98 in / High: 3.83 in
Field View 100Low: 105.80 ft / High: 13.25 ft
Focal PlaneFirst Focal Plane
IlluminatedIlluminated
Maximum Magnification8
Minimum Magnification1
Night Vision CompatibleNight Vision Compatible
Objective Diameter24mm
ReticleACSS Griffin MOA FFP
Reticle TypeBDC
Total Elevation Adjustment100 MOA
Total Windage Adjustment100 MOA
Tube Diameter34mm
Turret FeaturesExposed Turrets, Tactical / Target Profile, Finger Adjustable, Locking, Zero Reset
Weight26.9 Oz
PA-PLX8-1-8X24F-GRIF-MOA MANUAL
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Ratings & Reviews

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The reticle pictures do not represent the product you will get.

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Because this is a FFP scope the reticle changes in size as you adjust the zoom on the scope. However they do not have a picture of how the reticle will look at 1x anywhere on their website; the picture they have is the reticle at 8x. At 4-8x the reticle is fine. Not great just fine. The chevron is way too small for my taste but it is usable.
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<br>However sub 4x and especially at 1x the chevron can't be seen. All you can see is the large outer ring. This means 1x is basically unusable for any level of accurate aiming. If you have to shoot a target up close I guess you can kind of center it in the large outer circle but if you need to shoot further away and you don't have the time to adjust the magnification or if you are say in 3-gun and you are transitioning between a lot of targets at various distances so you can't really go adjusting the magnification for every target good luck using this scope at anything less than 4x.
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<br>From PA: I talked to the customer and explained that this is how an ACSS reticle has to work in a FFP scope and that many are successfully used in 3 gun with precision. If the chevron was bigger it would be too large at higher power. The customer based his review on looking through the scope but did not mount it and try it. We will add the view of the reticle at 1X to the site.

This scope is a winner!

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First off...I never do reviews, but this scope is under rated in my book. I have a FFL/SOT and I'm a dealer for a lot of companies including EuroOptic. I have a lot of optics, some I love, some I like, and some I wonder how they're in business. I'll be honest I didn't purchase this scope. I'm an optics snob. This came to me on a rifle that was traded in on another. I was curious, so I put it on my rifle and tried it out. Long story short, the glass is amazing, the reticle rocks, and is definitely worth the $$! At 1/2 the price of the Leupold 1.1-8 (yes I have one) I'd pick this every time.

Best scope and reticle out there!!

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My favorite Pa scope and reticle! I’m currently using this on an 18” AR which I primarily use for work as part of a special purpose rifle program through my department. We are using 75 grain gold dot. The griffin reticle allows me to quickly range a target using the ranging brackets and effectively engage without loosing a sight picture or dialing. All the data is in the reticle. Aside from work, a friend and I also do unknown distance drills (UKD) up to 800 yards. Using the ranging brackets I’m able to put first round hits on steel without the need of a laser range finder. I also tried the same using leupold 1-6 with a basic bdc and failed to hit the steel at 600 yards at UKD. I also love the 34mm tube which gives you a wide field of view and takes in a lot more light than a 30. There’s a lot of scope and value with the PA platnium I feel NF and Leupold can’t offer at a reasonable price point.

Best reticle out there!!

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My favorite Pa scope and reticle! I’m currently using this on an 18” AR which I primarily use for work as part of a special purpose rifle program through my department. We are using 75 grain gold dot. The griffin reticle allows me to quickly range a target using the ranging brackets and effectively engage without loosing a sight picture or dialing. All the data is in the reticle. Aside from work, a friend and I also do unknown distance drills (UKD) up to 800 yards. Using the ranging brackets I’m able to put first round hits on steel without the need of a laser range finder. I also tried the same using leupold 1-6 with a basic bdc and failed to hit the steel at 600 yards at UKD. I also love the 34mm tube which gives you a wide field of view and takes in a lot more light than a 30. There’s a lot of scope and value with the PA platnium I feel NF and Leupold can’t offer at a reasonable price point.