Starting at $239-251
- FastFire™ 4-MOA Dot For Model: 300232, 300233
The FastFire 2 provides a 4-MOA red dot. Its automatic brightness sensor adjusts to your environment, so you can keep slamming targets.
|Reticles:||FastFire™ 4-MOA Dot|
|Reticle Color(s):||Red (300232)|
|Clear Objective Lens Diameter:||21x15 mm|
|Mount:||Picatinny Mount (300232)|
|Elevation Adjustment, Total Capability:||115 MOA|
|Example: 50 MOA is roughly 25 MOA from center.|
|Windage Adjustment:||86 MOA|
|Example: 50 MOA is roughly 25 MOA in any direction from center.|
|Weight:||1.5 oz. (300232)|
0.9 oz. (300233)
|Illumination Control:||Automatic brightness adjustment|
|Illumination Settings:||Automatic setting reactive to environment|
- Includes Picatinny mount for mounting on rifles, handguns, and tactical shotguns (300232 only)
- Optic only; does not include mount (300233 only)
FastFire™ 2 is rated out of 5 by 34.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Big D from old eyes young again I bought a Fastfire II and Burris rear site dovetail base for my Ruger mark II pistol. My eyes are not young any longer and I could not be confident of hitting my targets with the sights on my pistol. The FastFire solved that problem in a very satisfying way. I liked the sight on the.22 so much, I bought another to mount on my Redhawk 44 mag. The FastFire has worked out just as well on the revolver as it has on my .22 pistol. Took the Redhawk deer hunting and shot 2 deer using the FastFire. It was an awesome experience. I'm very pleased with this sight, though not having to remove it from the mounting base to change battery would be nice.
Date published: 2015-11-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by TomR from Love the FastFire 2! I bought a FastFire 2 for my Ruger Mk III 22/45 Lite. The one I bought had packaging that was a little wonky and evidently had been worked on by a previous owner, or the store's gunsmith, and the store had not adequately checked it out before they sold it to me, (as new). That's my guess, anyway. After shooting a few hundred rounds or so, the red dot grew dim. Battery replacement didn't fix. Burris took it back, sent me a new one REAL QUICK, and now this sight is a great match for my pistol. I'm not a good shot or expert marksman, but today I got 4-5" groups consistently at 25 yards on our local indoor range. That's a heck of an improvement for me, and the Burris scope makes it happen. Thanks for the great product and great service!
Date published: 2015-08-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by JCDMIA from Perfect co-witness on M&P Core I installed the Burris Fastfire 2 Red Dot in 15 minutes and within 20 had it It co-witness with no issues on a M&P core Ported 40 cal. 5 inch barrel. The main thing to remember when adjusting the sights is do do exactly what the instructions says to do. Loosen the locking screws by half a turn this will allow you to adjust the sight on the gun take it off with out any movement on the screws while you tighten back the locking screws. This sight is very small and easy to use. It is the same size as the Doctor red dot. The quality is great and I found no issues with the workmanship. The clarity of the lens is incredible. It comes with lifetime warranty and for under $200 I see no reason to spend money on optics that cost half of the gun. I really like that it has an off and on switch which is what I wanted. Tips for Co- Witness
Date published: 2016-01-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by Rockthe50 from Easy to use I have used my Fastfire II for 6 months. I shoot Bullseye and practice almost daily. The Fastfire has been very faithful and has been up for the task. Finally the switch went out! I probable used it more in 6 months then most people would in 6 years. Oh yeah, I have two more on other pistols that have been stellar also! I would buy 3 more if needed. The best on the market in my opinion.
Date published: 2015-04-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by kfreekevin from I love this red dot It's light, target acquisition is natural, accurate, and best of all, Burris replaced the first one about a year ago because it wasn't holding zero. Their service was fantastic! They replaced it, and the new one has held zero ever since.
Date published: 2014-10-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by JJ83 from Good Choice I chose this because I wanted a decent optic for my ATOM gen 4 glock 17 slide and didn't want to pay the $500+ for a trijicon rmr. It sighted easy enough because I took the slide off and put it on a counter to cowitness it and went to the range the next day to fine tune it. I like the auto adjust on the brightness of the dot and haven't had any of the problems other have reported. It serves my intentions very well. I don't know if I will edc this set up but I just might. My only warning is to make sure and completely tighten the screws and maybe use some lock tight because I didn't tighten it all the way and after 200 round it started to come loose but after I tightened it it was fine. If you want a good enough optic for a pistol I believe IMHO that this is a good choice. I would gladly buy it again.
Date published: 2016-05-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by Rob501 from Love it Only one downside, the red dot becomes a little harder to see in bright conditions. It was hard for me to find it at all at first, but after a little practice I can pull up on target very quickly. I love it
Date published: 2014-10-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mself52 from Amazing Customer service I bought a Burris fastfire ii and had no paperwork a small piece was broken I called without a single question told me they would fix it no problem they received it and called me said I could have it replaced or upgrade to the fastfire iii! Amazing they went above and beyond and have a lifetime customer
Date published: 2015-08-26
how to change the battery on an older fastfire
If you have an original or Fast Fire II you will need to remove the sight from the mount, and the battery is located beneath the sight.
Date published: 2017-01-05
I have a Burris Fastfire AD087708 that has been mounted on a n SJC Glock 17 mount. My question is about changing the battery, if this one has one. How is it accomplished and do you have a manual covering this optic?
The FastFire II's battery is located beneath the unit itself, you'll need to loosen the two mounting screws (T-15) from the top, and remove the sight from its mount, the CR2032 battery will be visible from the bottom of the unit.
Date published: 2016-12-22
Hello I would like to get a Fast Fire II to mount on my Canik TP9SA. I understand the Canik has the samw dovetail as a CZ-75. What mount should I get to mount the Fast Fire II? Thanks
We do not manufacture a mount for either the Canik or the CZ, you'll need to go with a custom or third-party mount. Our fastfire fits the Docter and Eotech mounting footprints, and for custom work, we typically recommend AmerigunUSA
Date published: 2016-12-20
What mount is needed for Springfield XDM 45 FDE
#410328 will adapt the FastFire to your XDM
Date published: 2016-12-08
I am looking to mount a Fastfire sight on a Steyr M40-A1. What adapter should I use?
We do not manufacture a mount for that pistol. Our FastFire optic uses the same mounting footprint as the Docter and Eotech micro red dot sights, alternatively, a custom mount manufacturer such as AmericgunUSA could be used.
Date published: 2016-12-07
I've been considering purchasing a red dot sight for my recent Kimber 1911 Target II purchase. But as it's my first firearm and my first customization, I'm not certain my weapon can even accept the modification. Would installation require modification?
Hello, If your Kimber uses the typical Kimber sight cut you would need mount 410323. Installation would requre NO modification to the pistol istelf, just removal of the rear sight. http://www.burrisoptics.com/mounting-systems/mounts-and-bases/fastfire-mounts
Date published: 2016-12-07
I cannot get a solid dot with my site. I am getting three dots, 2 slightly dimmer than the what I believe to be the red dot. Thanks, I've not figured how to adjust it
I'd recommend cleaning the glass with a q-tip and some rubbing alcohol. There are 3 surfaces, both sides of the main lens, and the small emitter lens found between the two mounting screws (this is the most important one, as typically a smudge can be introduced to that lens during the mounting process, resulting in the dispersion of the dot pattern.
Date published: 2016-12-07
Looking at this for a Desert Eagle 44 with the 8 slot rail on the barrel. Which model is the best choice?
Date published: 2016-11-22