The VX-IIs had a locking ring for the ocular and the VX-2s do not, which I do not like at all. The glass is very good but I personally prefer an ocular I can lock down. Even so, you might try carefully following the instructions for focusing the ocular. It's very easy to misadjust it. Once you get it right you might like the scope a lot better.
In a nutshell, don't focus on a target. Focus the ocular so that the reticle is as clear as you can get it while looking at something featureless, like the sky.
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