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Burris Fullfield II #5289941 09/05/14 07:18 PM
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I need a scope for a Ruger American in 270. The Burris is pretty cheap these days. Anybody have one?

Right now they are going for about $150 after $50 Burris rebate.


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Re: Burris Fullfield II [Re: Dave Davidson] #5290027 09/05/14 07:54 PM
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I have one and love it. for reference, I have Zeiss, trijicon, and Burris. wouldn't trade the others for burris, but i'm not going to trade it out for the others either.


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Re: Burris Fullfield II [Re: Dave Davidson] #5290650 09/06/14 02:54 AM
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Thanks, I've never used one.


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I have two FF II in 4.5-14. I like them very much. Bought the first one to see what I could get for $300, and found that I could get a nice scope. So I bought another one. Most of my scopes are Leupold, with one new Vortex.


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I have two of them no problems at all except the power ring adjustment is pretty hard to rotate on both of them.



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Bought one for 99 on sale for a starter scope for my son. I've been very impressed. Like already mentioned power ring is really tight.


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Re: Burris Fullfield II [Re: Dave Davidson] #5291094 09/06/14 03:05 PM
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Have had several Burris scopes, never disappointed in their performance for the price,

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Originally Posted By: JThoele
Have had several Burris scopes, never disappointed in their performance for the price,


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Re: Burris Fullfield II [Re: ckat] #5291519 09/06/14 09:22 PM
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Originally Posted By: ckat
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Have had several Burris scopes, never disappointed in their performance for the price,


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X3, for the price a nice clear field of vision. I have the BDC opticle and really like it. To me comparable to a Redfield Revolution and probably a little better than Nikon Prostaff.

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I like my Burris as well, but for the money, I can see better out of a Nikon Buckmaster (Prostaff 5 now). I have 3 fullfield 2 scopes and 2 of the three have a hard time keeping a zero after the gun falls over and hits the ground. Never had a problem with Bushnell, Nikon, Leupold or Swarvo with this. I did an optic test a few weeks ago and posted it here. I did the test at the last 20 minutes of legal light. The Nikon performed best among sub $300 scopes, and it wasn't even close. I tested Nikon, Burris, Vortex and Ziess Tera.

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I currently have 3 of the FF II 4.5-14x42 with the ballistic reticle and have never had an issue with them. I have them on a 308, 300 win and 7mag and have been very pleased with their overall performance.

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I have several burris, like them, But customer service sucks, sent one in to get elevation fixed, came back the same way is sent, will not buy another


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