Fullfield II™ Riflescope 2-7x35mm

Starting at $191

Reticles

Description
Specs
Shared Features
User Guides

The Fullfield II 2-7x35mm riflescope combines classic features with modern manufacturing in a riflescope you can proudly use for generations of successful hunts.

High-performance optical glass provides excellent clarity and contrast. The multi-coated, no-glare lens lets you hunt in all lighting conditions.

The simple, integrated eyepiece and power ring has no-slip grip for quick adjustment.

Positive, steel-on-steel click adjustment ensures repeatable settings for accuracy, on the range and in the field.

The Burris Forever Warranty™ protects your scope no matter how many times you take it hunting.

Item Number:200123
Magnification:2-7x
Reticles:Ballistic Plex™
Objective Lens Diameter:41 mm
Clear Objective Lens Diameter:35 mm
Ocular Lens Diameter:39 mm
Finish:Matte
Focal Plane:RFP
Main Tube Size:1 in.
Field of View:45 low – 13 high (ft. @ 100 yds.)
Eye Relief:3.1 – 4.1 in.
Exit Pupil:17 low – 5 high (mm)
Click Value:1/2 MOA
Elevation Adjustment, Total Capability:60 MOA
Example: 50 MOA is roughly 25 MOA from center.
Windage Adjustment:60 MOA
Example: 50 MOA is roughly 25 MOA in any direction from center.
Parallax/Focus:None
Adjustable Parallax:None
Length:11.4 in.
Weight:12.0 oz.
  • Low-magnification model is compact and lightweight; allows low mounting height
  • Features the Ballistic Plex™ reticle, the most simple, effective, and elegant trajectory-compensating reticle for hunting Reticle provides long-range accuracy; is quick and easy to use; can be matched with any caliber or bullet weight
  • Popular, premium traditional hunting riflescope at an affordable price
  • High-grade optical glass provides excellent brightness and clarity with lasting durability
  • Quality, precision-ground lenses are larger than those of comparable scopes, for better light collection
  • Index-matched, Hi-Lume® multicoating aids in low-light performance and glare elimination, increasing your success rate
  • Durable, integrated-eyepiece design has no-slip grip for easy adjustment in the field
  • Positive steel-on-steel adjustments assure repeated accuracy
  • Waterproof
  • Nitrogen-filled scope tubes prevent fogging, even in cold and rain
  • Durable, stress-free, solid 1-piece outer tube withstands shock and vibrations of even the heaviest-recoiling calibers
  • 1-in. body tube
  • Guaranteed by the Burris Forever Warranty™

 

NameTypeModified
Fullfield II User GuidePDFOctober 29, 2015Download
2017 Burris Optics CatalogPDFJanuary 26, 2017Download
Description

The Fullfield II 2-7x35mm riflescope combines classic features with modern manufacturing in a riflescope you can proudly use for generations of successful hunts.

High-performance optical glass provides excellent clarity and contrast. The multi-coated, no-glare lens lets you hunt in all lighting conditions.

The simple, integrated eyepiece and power ring has no-slip grip for quick adjustment.

Positive, steel-on-steel click adjustment ensures repeatable settings for accuracy, on the range and in the field.

The Burris Forever Warranty™ protects your scope no matter how many times you take it hunting.

Specs
Item Number:200123
Magnification:2-7x
Reticles:Ballistic Plex™
Objective Lens Diameter:41 mm
Clear Objective Lens Diameter:35 mm
Ocular Lens Diameter:39 mm
Finish:Matte
Focal Plane:RFP
Main Tube Size:1 in.
Field of View:45 low – 13 high (ft. @ 100 yds.)
Eye Relief:3.1 – 4.1 in.
Exit Pupil:17 low – 5 high (mm)
Click Value:1/2 MOA
Elevation Adjustment, Total Capability:60 MOA
Example: 50 MOA is roughly 25 MOA from center.
Windage Adjustment:60 MOA
Example: 50 MOA is roughly 25 MOA in any direction from center.
Parallax/Focus:None
Adjustable Parallax:None
Length:11.4 in.
Weight:12.0 oz.
Shared Features
  • Low-magnification model is compact and lightweight; allows low mounting height
  • Features the Ballistic Plex™ reticle, the most simple, effective, and elegant trajectory-compensating reticle for hunting Reticle provides long-range accuracy; is quick and easy to use; can be matched with any caliber or bullet weight
  • Popular, premium traditional hunting riflescope at an affordable price
  • High-grade optical glass provides excellent brightness and clarity with lasting durability
  • Quality, precision-ground lenses are larger than those of comparable scopes, for better light collection
  • Index-matched, Hi-Lume® multicoating aids in low-light performance and glare elimination, increasing your success rate
  • Durable, integrated-eyepiece design has no-slip grip for easy adjustment in the field
  • Positive steel-on-steel adjustments assure repeated accuracy
  • Waterproof
  • Nitrogen-filled scope tubes prevent fogging, even in cold and rain
  • Durable, stress-free, solid 1-piece outer tube withstands shock and vibrations of even the heaviest-recoiling calibers
  • 1-in. body tube
  • Guaranteed by the Burris Forever Warranty™

 

User Guides
NameTypeModified
Fullfield II User GuidePDFOctober 29, 2015Download
2017 Burris Optics CatalogPDFJanuary 26, 2017Download
Fullfield II™ Riflescope 2-7x35mm is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 216.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great tough scope I purchased a couple of these scopes in October and hunted with them all season. I am extremely pleased with the clarity of the scopes as well as their toughness. I mounted one on a 7mm mag and the other on a single shot .444.I have had three different scopes on the .444 and none have lasted a full season. The Fullfield 2 has far surpassed my expectations. These are very tough scopes.
Date published: 2015-03-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from dependable seeing My rifle came with a scope which was a 3x9 40 MM but was difficult to see through and hard to focus. I am over 65 now and I need , in a scope, a very clear picture and an easy scope to see through. This Burris Fulfield II meet my needs. Most of the animals I shoot are in low light conditions. This scope excels in low light conditions.
Date published: 2015-02-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Clarity & Dependability, Affordable,,,,,,,,, I have just purchased my 7th Burris Fullfield II Scope and also own several Leupolds. Burris is by far the best buy for he money and I have never had to reset zero on any of them. Mounted on 223Rem,243Win,270Win,30-06Spgf.,7mm-08Rem., and 45-70Marlin. They all work get with the Ballistic Plex Rect. and I have used the marks out to 387yds. all with 1-shot * 1-kill. on deer. Best scopes I have ever owned !! Wish I new this 25yr. ago, I could have saved a lot of money and still had "TOP Notch" optics. If you're looking for a GREAT scope at a GREAT price the look no further. Thanks Burris for a great product that people can afford without taking out mortgage to buy one. In this case you not only get what you pay for, you get more plus Lifetime Warranty.
Date published: 2015-09-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Finding out how it works I have only one other scoped rifle and that has an old Redfield on it. I purchased the Burris Fullfield II mounted on a Tikka 3, 308 cal. rifle. I was having a little trouble at first getting my groups where I wanted. Turned out to be the shooter not the equipment. Now I have the scope where it needs to be and at 200 yds I am shooting 2.5 inch groups. This scope is well worth the money and will not be my last Burris purchase. For what it is worth I am 67 years of age.
Date published: 2015-02-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice scope. Where are the lens covers? This is my third FFII 3x9. All three are optically excellent and well built for the cost. Windage and elevation adjustments work well and holds zero under heavy recoil. Only gave a four star rating because this last specimen had some cosmetic defects and didn't include any lens covers. Come on Burris! Charge an extra five bucks if you must, but give me back those Burris Bikini covers. My scout scope didn't come with covers either.
Date published: 2015-02-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Mil-Dot reticle works! I bought the 6.5-20X 50 mm FF II scope for my .300 RUM rifle knowing I would be shooting at long distance. I practiced at ranges from 100 to 450 yards for months prior to my elk hunt in Utah. I could hit a 6" bulls-eye at 450 yards off my bipod in the prone position with consistency. November came around and my son spotted the 6x6 bull elk of my dreams at 552 yards, I just knew I could make the shot. I got settled in on my bipod prone in a clearing and adjusted the parallax. I held between the 500 and 600 yard stadia lines and lightly pressed the trigger. Boom, down elk. One shot in the lungs at 552 yards. I couldn't have done without the Burris scope. Thanks tons Burris amigos!
Date published: 2017-03-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Best bang for the buck This was my second Burris scope. I am life long Leopold guy. With the rebate they were running at the time, this was by far the best scope for that money. I would say that it's 90% on clarity and quality of the VXII which is fine for most people. I can easily shoot at night with this scope. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is that the magnification adjustment turns the whole objective. If you have a scope cap it hits the gun or is out of position. Not a show stopper; just annoying. For a delta of $250, I'll take annoying.
Date published: 2015-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I love this scope! I have a 1980's Burris on one of my rifles. It has served me well so I thought I'd upgrade my scope on my Ruger 77 338 win mag. It's very clear and the Ballistic Plex is within about an inch at 500 yds of what my my bullets exterior ballistics claim. Our local range is only 300 yards, and when I put the 300 yd crosshair on the 3" bullseye, I hit it (most of the time) which is good enough for moose hunting. I have bagged one moose at 465 yds with this combination. Burris's BDC system takes alot of the guess work out of long range shooting. I have a Redfield Revenge with BDC on my 30-06 (which I also like), but the Fullfield's long range cross hairs are easier to see on the target than the Revenge's is. The price was also good, and it also included a $100 rebate!
Date published: 2014-10-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great scope I bought one about ten years ago and love it. So when my son needed a scope it was an easy decision. The scope is very accurate and I have not had to adjust mine even after dropping it. If you are looking for a durable, accurate yet affordable scope the Burris Fullfield 2 will suit your needs.
Date published: 2015-03-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Burris optics & scopes are the Best bar none. I have four other brand scopes and have just bought my 2nd Burris Fullfield II scope, they are by far the clearest and best scopes I have ever used. They made me a believer, I also have Burris binoculars which are just as awesome and well worth the investment, you can't go wrong with Burris.
Date published: 2015-02-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from GOOD SCOPE FOR THE PRICE! The burris fullfield II 2-7x35 is an average model scope. This particular model has a one piece tube design with good glass. The sight picture is also clear. The negative about this model to me is the eye relief seems to be a little difficult to get right while mounting it on the rifle. Also I do not care that the eye piece has to be turned to adjust the power setting. (Makes it so you can't install flip up covers.) Overall it is a solid scope. Burris make other optics which a far superior to this model. If you can wait and save for a better model then do so. If not and you are on a budget, this model will be a good buy and work for most calibers say up to 300 win mag. (CAREFUL OF EYE RELIEF) Mine is on a .223 and gets the job done.
Date published: 2014-10-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Scope I have 4 Burris Scopes. Exceptional quality and performance. Great value. You know that they have a quality scopes when they have a NO QUESTIONS ASKED/FOREVER Lifetime Warranty. That is putting your money where your mouth is.
Date published: 2015-07-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great riflescope I have purchased three of this scope, and have one on a .35 Whelen bolt action, action, one on a Browning B78 single-shot .45-70, and this latest one on a .30-06 Mauser sporter. I also have, on other rifles, a couple of Leupold 3X9's, a couple of Nikon Monarchs, a Nikon Coyote Special, a couple of off-brand scopes, and a very nice first focal plane mildot reticle scope. The Fullfield II is a durable scope, plenty of adjustment, nice sight picture, adequate eye relief, and has handled the recoil of the three calibers and two different actions with no problem. Other than a 7MM Rem Mag and a .243, I don't really attempt shots beyond 250 yards, and most of my rifles are chambered in mid-range (or lesser distance) calibers (.223, .300 savage, and those noted above in this review). For the distances I shoot at, this is a great scope, paired with my rifles, accurate, and has pretty much become my scope of choice.
Date published: 2014-10-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Crystal clear with great definition I bought this because I thought my old Burris went bad. I was wrong it was my shooting eye, the old Burris 3X9 is fine. It was the best when I bought it so I mounted this scope to check it out. Wow! It's easy to see horns even on the same power, the additional magnification is great. That dial is a little stiff, and the one at the front probably adds up to two too many for me but I still love this scope. Now that the rush of hunting season is over (yea I mounted it a little late) I'm really looking forward to the challenge of some longer shooting! Gotta go, reloading to get done!
Date published: 2015-11-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Another great scope I have been buying Burris scopes for many years.I have never had any problems with Burris scopes.Burris is the only scope I will buy.They also have a great warranty.
Date published: 2015-03-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love my Burris I have always heard great things from people who own Burris scopes. Now I know why? The glass is outstanding. The tracking is spot on. The last time to the range I was shooting beside someone who had the exact same magnification as my Burris 6.5 x 20 x 50. The scope he had mounted on his rifle was made by a different company that is getting a advertising right now. He asked if he could look through my scope and I agreed. He told me he had just purchased his scope and he was a little disappointed in the clarity. After looking through my scope he advised he definitely made the wrong decision in scopes. He told me to look through his scope. I did am so glad I purchased the Burris. My optics were much more clear it was obvious. I think Burris is the best bang for the buck and the warranty is awesome!
Date published: 2016-03-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Try Burris before the Others! A good friend of mine talked me into the Fullfield II over the Nikon Monarch. I did not expect the quality based on the cost of the scope (the rebate made the cost half of the Nikon Monarch scope) I know everybody wants to say I have a Nikon, Zeiss, Leupold etc. but the big game could care less what sits on top of your favorite rifle. I would rather spend less money on a scope and purchase a second freezer! I finally lapped the rings and mounted the scope on my 7 Mag. The eye relief was perfect and as soon as I rested the rifle to my cheek, I could see the quality. The optic quality was clear, easy to zoom and bright. I only shot from a bench @ 200 yds. and the group was less than 1" with factory ammo! I am now a believer in the Burris scopes plus I have plenty of money left for ammo and a second freezer!
Date published: 2015-04-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellect for the money and tough as nails I bought this scope to for a compact single shot 223. The scope is light and tough. The BDC is dead on. The glass is bright for a small scope. I've taken coyotes adn foxes as far as 300 yards and several doe out to 200 yds. with ease. My only complaint is that the whole eyepiece turns to adjust the zoom and its hard to turn.
Date published: 2014-10-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from couldn't be more pleased I've had this a bit more than a yr now. Mounted on a 22-250. Rifle hit the ground hard during a fall. Only time I've needed to reset zero. Really great for seeing PD's easily out past 300 yds. Mostly used at first light for coyotes and easily focuses even in ground fog. I recommend this to any that ask about it.
Date published: 2014-10-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from My Standard I have made this model my standard for my different hunting rifles. The ballistiplex reticle works for me from .223 to 300 Win Mag. I had to change to a backup rifle with this Burris scope last season when the primary rifle's legacy Redfield (30 years old) shot loose. The primary rifle now wears a Burris 3 x 9.
Date published: 2015-03-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from just what I was looking for I just started target shooting, recently. The rifle is a Rem700 22-250, a very capable rifle. The scope that came with it ...not so much. I have been researching scopes for a few weeks. My budget $500 , one brand offers a similar warranty (but online reviews suggest some issues with that), another offered a "limited lifetime warranty". A friend at work raved about Burris scopes and they warranty, but I had not found one. One the way home from the range Saturday I stopped by a shop I had not been in yet, salesman ask what I was looking for, A good target scope for 500-700 yards. he pulled the Fullfield II off the shelf. As soon as I saw the box, in my mind I said "SOLD"! And to to the joy of my wallet it was on sale! A new set of rings, scopes mounted. Next day off to the range, clarity of the scope is awesome, bore sighting was off a little, but easily corrected. The AO was right on, magnification was stunning. All that is left to do is work on my breathing and trigger pull!
Date published: 2016-01-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Typical Burris.......WONDERFUL This is probably up in the teens of Burris' that I have purchased. This one was for my 11 yr old son's new 270WSM. Where we hunt shots can be long and he shoots regularly out to 300 yds now but I am certain that in the coming years he will want to extend that range a little more. This scope will work in the woods as well as at long range. I never have any problems with any Burris scopes. From pistols to ultra mags they are on all my guns and starting to be on all my sons. The only time I have ever sent Burris's back is to have target turrets installed or a reticle change. I have never had a scopes zero to change due to scope malfunction; and they track like they say if its 1/5",1/8", or 1/4" per click; thats what you get.
Date published: 2015-02-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from burris - Fullfield II™ I have use Burris scopes on all my rifles for years, they are the best prouducts on the market. At Burris they make scopes for hunters that work in all weather snow, rain, fog you name it and they work. Any one buying a scope look at Burris you can not bet them !!!!!!!!!!
Date published: 2015-02-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Super clear I had never purchased a Burris scope before this one. I wanted a high quality scope for my son's Savage 308. I have Leopold scopes on my other rifles. This scope was as clear and crisp as scopes costing twice as much. This was my first but not my last Burris.
Date published: 2015-03-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I own 15 Burris scopes. From the Eliminator 2, to a 6.5x20x50 Fullfeild 2 E1 series this is my favorite. The rest are 4.5x14x42 Fullfeild 2 and 1 that is a 3x9x40. I have hunted from 75 degrees below to 125 above and the scopes work perfect. I do have a complaint, I will never buy a scope from Burris with a rebate. I purchased the scope on 12-15-14 and today is 2-26-15 and still have not receive my $100 rebate check. If a company like Burris can't manage to take better care of the clients in a better timely manor I will no longer purchase there product.
Date published: 2015-02-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Number 2 Bought this scope for a rifle I was putting together for my daughters. I have same scope on my rifle and couldn't think of a better scope for them. Great to help teach drop to new shooters. I took an elk at 556 yards and daughter took a nice muley buck at 255 both with one shot. Great scope!
Date published: 2015-02-25
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Nice glass but Like the reticle a lot ,very good optics for this price range scope but 16 shots of 300 ultra and something came loose in the scope ,back it went to burris
Date published: 2015-07-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very nice scope! I have had this scope for about 8 months. I really love the reticle and the 4.5-14x works great for my 17hmr that I use for target shooting and squirrel hunting. I would love to see more reticle options for this scope, but I made a good decision picking it up especially with the Burris $100 mail-in rebate. I took it out in cold (<15 deg F) weather and there were no issues withings it fogging up. I'd buy another one again without hesitation. The only thing that I don't like is the adjustment knobs aren't easily adjustable if you are wearing gloves in cold weather. I knew that before I bought it, and it is not a good reason not to buy this scope unless you plan to do a lot of target shooting where you need to adjust you scope for windage.
Date published: 2015-02-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best of the best in its price class! You can not beat the workmanship, quality components or optical clarity of the Fullfield II series against any riflescope 2-3 times as expensive! The durability, precision and quality of these scopes are incredible! This is my 3rd Fullfield II and it won't be my last. Now if Burris only offered a crossbow scope in the fullfield series, I 'd never have to look at another brand of optics. Hint, Hint.
Date published: 2016-01-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Consistent performance. Have had it on three different rifles in the past three months checking reloaded ammunition for accuracy. All the adjustments have been concise. No hanging up like less expensive scopes sometimes do. The AO yardage marking is correct at all distances. I recently purchased a competitors scope (same features) for more money and I will say I prefer the Burris scope when compared side by side..
Date published: 2014-10-08
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Where can I order flip up lens covers for my Fullfield II 4.5-14 scope?

Asked by: coxjam
For flip up I recommend Butler Creek.
Answered by: Burris Tech Support
Date published: 2017-01-27

Can this scope be fitted with a finer MOA adjustment?

Asked by: TNtroutscout
Unfortunately no.
Answered by: BurrisOptics1
Date published: 2016-12-01

I just bought a Savage 220, 20 gauge slug gun and am wondering if the Burris Fullfield ll, 3x9 scope I have will work on it. If not what would you suggest.

Asked by: Roger52
It will work, however the Droptine Slug Gun scope may be better suited, with its 75y parallax adjustment and lower magnification range. #200016
Answered by: BurrisOptics1
Date published: 2016-11-28

what is the length of 1&quot; tube between the downrange end of elev/windage knobs before the bell

Asked by: kenp
2.5&quot;
Answered by: BurrisOptics1
Date published: 2016-11-22

Is the Burris Full-field11 Riflescope 3-9by40 suitable for a Remington 700 7mm mag. If no please make a recommendation.

Asked by: Philbert Henry
I have had this scope mounted on a Ruger M77 in 7MM Mag since 1990 , I have never had a problem with it ever loosing the sight in position from year to year . I do shoot some pretty hot hand loads ( Not a Problem ) . I also have a second scope mounted on a Model 700 in 308 win . Same story ...................... well worth the money &amp; quality .
Answered by: CHenry
Date published: 2016-11-15

I bought a Burris Fullfield II 4.5-14x42 and just saw that you have model called the MSR where the reticle is calibrated for a .223. I was wondering which scope will be better for coyote hunting mounted on a .223...Thanks

Asked by: valkrider
They will both perform admirably.
Answered by: BurrisOptics1
Date published: 2016-10-27

Does the Droptine 4.5x14x42 have an etched glass or wire recticle ?

Asked by: BrushBuster
The reticle is cut from foil.
Answered by: BurrisOptics1
Date published: 2016-10-28

Any new offerings from Burris on the way? Id like to see a side focus version of the fullfield II 4.5x14x42mm. I was wanting to go with Burris for my next scope purchase but there just isnt anything that stands out for my needs. Need more 30mm offerings.

Asked by: JT81
Side focus is available on the Fullfield E1 4.5-14x, and the 30mm scopes used to be widely offered, but did not sell well here in the US. The Veracity line is 30mm, as well as the low-power XTRII and MTAC scopes.
Answered by: BurrisOptics1
Date published: 2016-10-25

Can the 2x7x35 fulfilled ll be used on a shotgun for slug hunting?

Asked by: Dman
Yes, however the Droptine 2-7x slug gun scope will have a 75y Parallax setting better suited to Slug gun use.
Answered by: BurrisOptics1
Date published: 2016-10-05

I bought an MTAC 4.5-14x42 mm scope from Cabela's. When I went to register the warranty with you online, I did not find such a model listed on your website. The box identifies it as Item #200463. What is the closest scope that you have on your website?

Asked by: Berkley
The #200463 is no longer a current item. The Warranty does not need to be registered for your scope to be protected. The owner of the scope retains the full benefits of the Forever Warranty.
Answered by: BurrisOptics1
Date published: 2016-09-27

What height of rings are needed for this scope?

Asked by: jimmyb
That will depend on the rifle you intend to mount it to.
Answered by: BurrisOptics1
Date published: 2016-09-19

I have burris full field 2 ballistic plex 3x9x40 on my 270 absolutely love it.i recently &nbsp;won a 7mm magnium Remington modelm700 looking for a scope for this gun what do u suggest I'm thinking get elk hunt but I do have property here where long range shots

Asked by: Rfc1
The Fullfield E1 4.5-14x or Veracity 3-15x would be fantastic optics for a big game rifle.
Answered by: BurrisOptics1
Date published: 2016-09-14

What is the set parallax distance of this scope? (Fullfield II 2-7x33)

Asked by: dutchy
100 Yards
Answered by: Burris Tech Support
Date published: 2017-01-13

Is the Fullfield II 2-7x35mm suitable for shotguns with magnum loads, or is the Droptine (200016) a better option?

Asked by: MDT1
The two scopes are quite similar, but the Droptine has a 75-yd Parallax-free setting, which is designed with slug guns in mind.Alternatively, the Fullfield II's 100-yd setting, which is designed with slug guns in mind.
Answered by: BurrisOptics1
Date published: 2017-01-13

Is there anyway I can order off the Burris site I've called multiple dealers and can not find one that has the fullfield ll 6.5x20x50mm

Asked by: Mr mike
Opticsplanet.com and Adorama.com both appear to have this item in stock.
Answered by: BurrisOptics1
Date published: 2016-07-19

Will the reticle return to zero when adjusting for holdover? &nbsp;Will the elevation and windage turret track 1/4 MOA in a repeatable fashion?

Asked by: schpeck
All of our scopes are designed such that the turrets track properly and hold zero.
Answered by: BurrisOptics1
Date published: 2016-07-14

With this eye relief can I mount this to an m1a loaded version using the springfield armory gen 4 alluminum mount?

Asked by: Warthog
yes, the Gen4 Springfield mount is designed to allow the mounting of a standard eye relief riflescope.
Answered by: BurrisOptics1
Date published: 2016-07-12

Without hashmarks on the main horizontal crosshair, is there a way to guage/estimate distance with the Ballistic Plex reticle? How would you recommend I determine the distance of a target?

Asked by: Bo05
Range estimation with a reticle that isn't based on milliradians or 'Mils' is a bit tricky, and considered fairly advanced, however there has been a lot of discussion on the topic, and I found a great write-up here: https://www.americanrifleman.org/articles/2011/12/8/working-with-duplex-reticles/ You'll also want to know the subtensions of your reticle, which can be found here: http://www.burrisoptics.com/reticles/ballistic-plex
Answered by: BurrisOptics1
Date published: 2016-07-05

I have a fullfield II 6.5 x 20 scope and was wondering what setting do I use on the front of the scope 100 200 300 Infinity. &nbsp;Do I set it at one and leave it or adjust it &nbsp;What does it do?

Asked by: Big Arthur
That is called your Parallax adjustment. Details on how Parallax affects your shooting and how the Parallax adjustment is used can be found here: http://blog.cheaperthandirt.com/understanding-and-correcting-parallax/
Answered by: BurrisOptics1
Date published: 2016-07-05

Hello Guys I am from South Africa, do you get turrets for the Burris Fullfield 6.5x20x50

Asked by: Liepies
If you are asking if we make customized turrets for the Fullfield E1 6.5-20x, the answer is yes! See the below webpage for details. https://orders.burrisoptics.com/orderCustomClicker.php
Answered by: BurrisOptics1
Date published: 2016-06-29

I am looking for a scope for my 270wsm. I use hand loads that are loaded pretty &quot;hot&quot;. I have had one scope get knocked out of focus already. Is there any worry of these scopes being affected by high recoil guns?

Asked by: Sigma
All Burris riflescopes, sights, and mounting hardware are tested to withstand recoil of up to .50 BMG
Answered by: BurrisOptics1
Date published: 2016-06-22

Hi I have a tikka T3 lite .243 would you recommend the burris FF E1 6.5-20 x 50. If so what size rings/mount do will be required?

Asked by: Joe black
The Fullfield E1 would be a great scope for that application - I'd recommend using the Burris Signature Zee rings and XTB base. Item#'s 410630, and 420531
Answered by: BurrisOptics1
Date published: 2016-06-26

Do you guys make turret knobs for this scope?

Asked by: MrBrad
The Fullfield II scopes can be outfitted with the E1 turrets ($40 per turret) Additionally, if the Elevation knob has been upgraded to the E1 style, we can make a custom knob to your cartridge specifics for $50 http://ballistics.burrisoptics.com/custom-knobs
Answered by: BurrisOptics1
Date published: 2017-01-27

Can i get the custom turret for the full field 11 in 3x9x40

Asked by: shooter4
Yes!, however the process for doing do is a little more involved than adding a custom knob to a Fullfield E1. First, the Fullfield II's turrets would need to be upgraded to the E1 style ($40 for Elevation-only, $80 for both turrets) Then all that would be required is the custom knob - orders can be placed online for $50, and we'll take all your ballistic information to mark a cap for you.
Answered by: BurrisOptics1
Date published: 2016-06-07

in inches, what do the crosshairs cover for a 6.5x20x50 fullfield 11 ballistic mil dot reticle ? thanks Pete

Asked by: pete k
0.18&quot; at 100y on 20x (0.05 mRad)
Answered by: BurrisOptics1
Date published: 2016-05-09

I purchased the Fullfield II 6.5x20 and noted there were no lens covers. Do you sell these as an accessory or was the packaging missing them? Very nice scope.

Asked by: Andym
Unfortunately we do not sell lens covers, but the Butler Creek 47 OBJ and 13 EYE should fit
Answered by: BurrisOptics1
Date published: 2016-05-02

Will the Fullfield II handle the recoil of a 50BMG bolt gun? If not the what model would you suggest? Will only be shooting at 200yds so range does not matter as much as ability to handle recoil.

Asked by: Burris_4_Life
The Fullfield II will handle the recoil of any 50 BMG.
Answered by: Team Burris 3
Date published: 2016-04-29

I have a Fullfield II 200162. I would like to know if I can slip the scales on my scope? If so, how does one do it?

Asked by: BOBA
Please contact us at http://www.burrisoptics.com/contact
Answered by: Team Burris 3
Date published: 2016-04-22

What size cover should I buy to protect this scope. &nbsp;I just bought this scope! &nbsp;I'm stoked!

Asked by: William
Butler Creek sizes are 17 OBJ and 13 EYE
Answered by: BurrisOptics1
Date published: 2017-01-13

Are these. Burris scopes made in America&nbsp;

Asked by: Clayton757
These riflescopes are manufactured in the Philippines. However, the design, prototyping, customer service, and repair aspects of all Burris products is housed in Greeley, Colorado
Answered by: BurrisOptics1
Date published: 2016-04-12
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