Fullfield E1™ Riflescope 2-7x35mm

The smallest member of the Fullfield E1 family, the 2-7x35mm is perfect for tree-stand hunters and those who know that most of their shots will happen fairly close. Starting at a 2x zoom allows easy viewing of a very wide field.  The small size keeps things simple and compact. The small 35mm objective end makes it easy to mount this scope very low on the rifle.

The riflescope is resistant to a lifetime of field use, heavy recoil, and harsh vibration. It is protected by the Burris Forever Warranty™.


Compatible Reticles

Ballistic Plex E1™
Wind drift dots and trajectory compensation

Available On: 2-7x35, 3-9x40, 3-9x50, 4.5-14x42
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Item Number
Knob Style
Objective Lens Diameter
Clear Objective Lens Diameter
Ocular Lens Diameter
Focal Plane
Main Tube Size
Field of View
Eye Relief
Exit Pupil
Click Value
Elevation Adjustment, Total Capability
Windage Adjustment
Adjustable Parallax
Illumination Control
Illumination Settings
Ballistic Plex E1™
Matte Black
Capped Hunter
41 mm
35 mm
39 mm
1 in.
45 low – 13 high (ft. @ 100 yds.)
3.1 – 4.1 in.
17 low – 5 high (mm)
1/2 MOA
60 MOA
60 MOA
11.4 in.
12.0 oz.
Fullfield E1 Riflescopes
  • Low-magnification model is compact and lightweight; allows low mounting height
  • Features the Ballistic Plex E1™ reticle, a quick, simple, accurate reticle
  • Reticle has trajectory-compensating technology and cascading dots for compensating wind drift when using nearly any big-game hunting cartridge
  • Designed for enthusiasts who want a simple, yet sophisticated, reticle for supreme accuracy
  • Finger-adjustable windage and elevation turrets create a sleek profile
  • Turret indications always reflect a change in the point of impact, for pinpoint accuracy
  • Separated power ring and eyepiece design accepts flip-up lens covers
  • High-grade optical glass provides excellent brightness and clarity with lasting durability
  • Index-matched, Hi-Lume® multicoating aids in low-light performance and glare elimination, increasing your success rate
  • The double internal spring-tension system allows the scope to hold zero through shock, recoil, and vibrations
  • Positive steel-on-steel adjustments ensure repeatable accuracy
  • Waterproof
  • Nitrogen-filled scope tubes prevent internal 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™
Fullfield E1 User Guide
October 29, 2015
2018 Burris Optics Catalog
February 1, 2018
Fullfield E1™ Riflescope 2-7x35mm is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 119.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect compliment After reading reviews and seeing the E-1 at a local Sportting Goods dealer, I picked one for placement on my CZ FS 550 in 93 x 62. I wanted an optic that provided large field of view for better pick up of game, sufficient variable power to assist my eyes for shot placement, yet compact enough to be in balance with the carbine length CZ. My friends and hunting partners have all handled this rifle at the range over past four months, all of us agree a near perfect match for firearm balance, good eye relief needed for this medium/big bore, and on how they like the E-1 reticle, independent magnification adjustment, and above all clarity of the scope.
Date published: 2015-10-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great All-around Hunting Scope I have owned a Burris Fullfield E1 scope for a couple of years. I have used that scope on a couple of guns and absolutely love it. I'm a hunter, period. The 3-9x40 has been on my muzzleloader and on my 30-06. The scope is always clear and is built like a tank. I opted for the regular plex reticle, as my guns shoot pretty flat for the distances I hunt. I hunt with guys that are colored ring scope believers and my Burris gives as clear and sharp an image as any of their scopes that cost twice as much. I love my scope so much, I just bought two more identical E1 3-9x40 so I could mount them up and leave them. Burris scope with Burris rings on the guns I depend on.
Date published: 2015-03-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great hunting scope This scope is a entry level scope that packs serious clarity and low light capability. I used it for 2 years in all conditions. Up in the fog it tends to lag behind some of the higher end scopes for moisture resistance. Then again that can easily be fixed by a hydrophobic coating. The one true gripe I have is the reticle is a little thin. In low light and in the timber its really hard to locate. If It was similar to the veracity I would be much happier. This is only a problem for people on the west coast timber hunters. Roughly 1 month ago I fell down a embankment and totaled the scope so we will see how the forever warranty experience is. I'll update with a time line.
Date published: 2016-05-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from first rate 20X scope Here is a photo of the scope mounted on a 6mm Ackely Improved. A worthy addition to Burris mounting hardware would be extension Signature Ring-mounts for Ruger M77 actions. I used whatever what would work best and that unfortunately was not Burris. Signature mounts having the inserts are probably the best mount system available for most standard rifles. I zeroed the rifle in at 300 yards using the 3rd bar down or the 300 yard hash mark. At 100 yards I was about 1 inch high and at 200 yards 2 inches. My load was a 87 Vmax at 3350 fps. I was easily able to see the black steel target that was partially covered by dried mud and dust. Adjustments were what I expected, 3/4 inch at 300 (+-)
Date published: 2015-05-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have used this particular Fullfield E1™ Riflescope 6.5-20x50mm burris - Fullfield E1™ Riflescope 6.5-20x50mm for over two years on a custom hunting rifle and it has by far became my favorite scope for hunting purposes. several hundred rounds through the rifle with this scope and not one regret ! My Longest Deer shot thus far is just under 400 yards and I would not have been comfortable doing this shot without the reticle this scope features and knowing my trajectory data for my loads. Excellent clarity and repeatability for this optic every time. this was definatly worth purchasing. I hunt hard and don't use cheap stuff because it just cant handle the weather and normal use I give the equipment so this is a 10 in my book.
Date published: 2015-10-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Little Tiny Bit disapointed I purchased this scope in a package deal with Sako. Great firearm, had them before, speaks quality along with the exceptional quality of Burris scopes. Had it mounted and bore sighted at the dealer and was handed it in the box and to my surprise no lens caps on the scope. Not even a cheap set which would have protected the scope for travel home. Instead the scope lenses were covered in bubble wrap. Come on guys something, anything but bubble wrap. I know there are personal preferences to scope caps but something would be better then nothing Love the fullfield scope and look forward to many years of use
Date published: 2016-01-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great scope. So far,so good! Seems to be better quality compared to the Fullfield II. I've had a couple of Fullfield II 5 years ago and had to send them back because both couldn't stay zeroed in somehow. I've decided to give Burris another chance and the E1 impressed me. The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is because I would have liked the "etched in reticle" to be a tad bigger. My old eyes are not as sharp as they used to be.
Date published: 2014-10-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fine scope at any price I own several Burris scopes of varying powers for different purposes on different firearms, all have preformed very well. I have another 2x7 35mm on a 308, perfect fit form/function with German reticle, so when I found a Savage 99 in 358 caliber I once again went to Burris. This time the 2x7 35mm E1, with E1 reticle. I took notice regarding a review that the reticle was lost in the shade so I checked out other makes of 2x7's including Leupold, Bushnell and Weaver. Without illumination, under certain shaded situations all makes of reticles will have difficulties. I also found the conditions which cause a visual problem seem to be after legal shooting hours and not all shaded situations cause the difficulty. This scope works for me.
Date published: 2015-06-01
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What sizes of lens covers fits a Fullfield 4.5-14x42?

Asked by: Overly Thad
Butler Creek sizes 39 and 13
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2018-11-29

I just bought a 338 win mag and am looking a This Burris I have a Burris on my AR and love it. This scope is dialed in for a 22-250 but will it take the aggressive recoil of the 338 win mag? 

Asked by: RzrMK
All Burris Optics are recoil rated to beyond .50BMG in both directions of recoil.
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2018-10-31

What size scope cover would work for the 2-7x Fullfield E1, medium? Then, is there a throw lever for this scope? I found a Burris throw lever but it was made for other Burris scopes and I don't think it would work on this scope.

Asked by: Mike4
Hello, You would need the Medium cover for that. As for throw levers, we recommend www.3gunstuff.com
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2018-10-05

I have a 4.5-14 x 42 Fullfield E1 with the Ballistic Plex E1 reticle. I want to be able to do range estimation. What are the wind and elevation MOA or Mils reference in the Plex E1 reticle?

Asked by: Francis08
Ok I understand this recticle was designed for a round number (10MPH) crosswind for corresponding elevation distance associated with the stadia line. But the windage dots should still have wind/horizontal and elevation/vertical MOA reference. From your reply I don’t expect the MOA values to be a round numbers, but each windage dots should be some MOA distance from the horizontal and vertical crosshair: What are those MOA distances? If Burris is able to say the windage dots represent a 10MPH crosswind for the corresponding elevation distance. Then at a 100, 200, etc yard distance how many MOA (or inches) are the windage dots from the horizontal and vertical crosshair?
Answered by: Francis08
Date published: 2018-10-05

Just picked up a ruger American compact in .243 that I plan to use on everything from deer to small cow elk. Ranges from 100-500 yards and I'll be using 100gr Nosler partitions. Can't decide between fullfield 3-9 or 2-7. Will the ballistic plex be useful?

Asked by: FoCoJo
With the distances you mentioned, I recommend the 3-9. I do think that the ballistic plex could come in handy if that is conducive to your shooting style. I would check out the link below to see where it's gonna stack up for you. https://ballistics.burrisoptics.com/reticle-analysis
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2018-09-10

Will there be updates to the ballistic tools for the Long Range MOA reticle? This reticle isn't a option on your Ballistic tool options, there is only data for the E1 reticle for the 4.5-14X42mm.

Asked by: Muddy River
Yes! We are continually adding new features and additional reticles are on the list.
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2018-09-10

I am considering getting one of these for my 375 H&H mag. Can anyone tell me how the eye relief for this scope is as well as if it can handle the heavy recoil? Thank you for your time.

Asked by: Victor666
Victor- eye relief was one of the best qualities I found in my recent purchase. VERY generous. Also- the turret is centered in the middle of the tube which gives maximum ability to mount the scope forward or backward. I have had much more expensive scopes give me a lot more trouble with this.
Answered by: Kenjs1
Date published: 2018-09-08

Is there any difference in the optical quality of the Fullfield E1 4.5-14x42 as compared to the Fullfield II 4.5-14x42? I have four of the Fullfield II scopes, like them a lot, and am wondering how this new one compares optically.

Asked by: sixgun
I think the regular fullfield II ballsitic plex is the better option. I had a e1 reticle and didnt like it. I wish they would do the regular ballistic plex in the etched reticle, and leave it the same size, as you will find that the E1 reticle is small and floats in the middle and does not go edge to edge like the pictures on the box. You may or may not like that, I did not.
Answered by: Muddy River
Date published: 2018-09-07
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