Having owned Nightforce Optics in the past, I find the glass clarity better than the NXS scopes that I have had in the past, and that is saying quite a bit. No edge to edge distortion and a generous eye box at all power ranges.
The Razor HD Gen II features a 34mm tube, giving it an awesome 113.5 MOA of adjustment. The EBR-2C reticle gives you plenty of options for holdover and windage, without having to count dots or guess where exactly you are shooting. I chose the MOA reticle since I tend to think in inches instead of metric bullshit. As they say, there are countries that use the metric system, and countries that have been to the moon.
The scope is first focal plane, meaning the reticle will always match at any power you are on. This makes it great for quick shots on the go without having to worry what magnification you are on. If you want to look up more specs on the scope, click here.
On the left side of the scope is the parallax and illumination adjustment. The illumination knob is well thought out. It is recessed within the parallax adjustment. By pulling on the knurled portion the adjustment becomes visible. It has 11 brightness settings, with an off position between each of the settings. Once you have adjusted it to your liking, you just push the knob back in and go on with your business. Pretty damned slick.
So, how does it perform?