Vortex: Razor HD LHT 3-15x42, HSR-5i MOA

Vortex : RZR-31501
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One scope to rule them all. From dark-timber whitetails, to executing precision long-range shots on an open-country mule deer, and everything in between - there’s the lightweight, second focal plane Razor HD LHT. Stunning, High Definition optical system delivers a crystal-clear sight picture with tack-sharp resolution. Turn every second of legal shooting light into opportunity. Take to the field with confidence knowing you’ve sacrificed nothing with the Razor HD LHT.



Magnification: 3-15x

Objective Lens Diameter: 42 mm 

Eye Relief: 3.8 inches 

Field of View: 35.3-7.0 ft/100 yds 

Tube Size: 30 mm

Elevation: Turret Style Locking/Zero Stop

Windage: Turret Style Capped 

Adjustment Graduation: .25 MOA

Travel Per Rotation: 15 MOA

Max Elevation Adjustment: 80 MOA 

Max Windage Adjustment: 80 MOA

Parallax Setting: 20 yards to infinity

Length: 13.3 inches

Weight: 19.1 oz 

Parts Diagram (PDF): Download

Reticle Manual (PDF): Download

Product Manual (PDF): Download


Included in the Box

  • Sunshade
  • Lens Covers
  • Lens Cloth
  • CR2032 battery
  • Free Custom Ballistic Strip Coupon


HSR-5i (MOA)

Ideal for those who want enough information to utilize personalized ballistics, but prefer a clean look. The HSR-5i reticle can be used to effectively determine ranges, holdovers, windage corrections and moving target leads. The fine center crosshair subtensions on the HSR-5i reticle were carefully chosen to provide the optimum balance between precision aiming and low light visibility.

Reticle image shown at 15x magnification





Lengths (Inches)

   |L1| - 13.3   |L2| - 2.6   |L3| - 2.0   |L4| - 6.2   |L5| - 3.7   |L6| - 3.4


Heights (Inches)

|H1| - 2.0   |H2| - 1.7



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Max Magnification:
Reticle Position:
Second Focal Plane