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Fullfield II™ Riflescope 6.5-20x50mm

 The big dog in the Fullfield II line, the 6.5-20x50mm scope will get you out to some significant distances, and do it accurately.

This model of Fullfield II features adjustable parallax focus on the objective end.

20x magnification and the brilliant Ballistic Mil-Dot reticle make this a sharpshooter's delight. The big 50mm objective end collects more light, giving you a nice bright view through the scope.

Perfect for long range hunting of all sorts, and extremely popular with 'yote hunters and prairie dog snipers.

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

Suggested Retail Price: $479

Compatible Reticles

Ballistic Mil-Dot
Long range reticle

Available On: Fullfield II 6.5-20x50
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Specifications

Item Number
Description
Reticles
Kit
Color
Knob Style
Illumination
Magnification
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
Parallax/Focus
Adjustable Parallax
Finish
Length
Weight
Illumination Control
Illumination Settings
Battery
200193
Adjustable Parallax
Ballistic Mil-Dot
no
Matte Black
Capped Hunter
no
6.5-20x
63 mm
50 mm
39 mm
RFP
1 in.
18 low – 6 high (ft. @ 100 yds.)
3.1 – 3.6 in.
7.6 low – 2.5 high (mm)
1/4 MOA
30 MOA
30 MOA
Objective PA
50 yds. – infinity
Matte
14.5 in.
19.0 oz.
Fullfield II Riflescopes
  • Features the Ballistic Mil-Dot reticle, ideal for very flat-shooting cartridges; perfect for long-range target shooters, varmint hunters, and tactical marksmen 
  • Traditional mil-dots can be used for estimating range and target size, and compensating for wind drift
  • 50 mm objective allows for maximum light collection
  • Parallax adjustment for improved accuracy at long distances
  • Popular and 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™ 
Name
Fullfield II Manual
Type
 PDF
Modified
October 29, 2015
 
Name
2019 Burris Optics Catalog
Type
 PDF
Modified
January 3, 2019
 
Fullfield II™ Riflescope 6.5-20x50mm is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 268.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quality Workmanship I purchased this scope a couple of years ago and up to now it has been flawless. I've own other Burris scopes and have but total satisfaction with their ability to gather light, remain clear and adjust positively through all kinds of conditions whether in the field or at the range. Although the 6.5x20x50mm Fullfield II I purchased at this moment is failing to hold it's adjustment. I'll be sending it back per Burris' requirement knowing there will be as much quality in mitigating and making the repairs as the product itself because Burris stands by their product for a lifelong customer relationship. Sal Bonventre Cocoa, Florida
Date published: 2015-05-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Still a very much a quality product! I have been using Burris scopes for the past 15 years. I have tried other brands but I was never satisfied and kept comparing them to Burris. The 4.5-14X42 that I recently purchased, is of the same quality scope that I purchased 15 years ago. The 15 year old scope is still going strong and is on my favorite deer rifle. I am glad that I can count on a great product just by seeing the Burris name on it. I currently have over 25 Burris rifle scopes ranging from the old Fullfields and Signature Selects to the newer Fullfield II's along with binoculars and 1 spotting scope. Please bring back the Signature Selects please. Thanks, Rick
Date published: 2015-03-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Geat Scope, great value. I bought this scope about half a year ago, put hundreds of rounds through it already. It is very bright, clear, and crisp. Most of the other scopes I looked at had only a 30MM objective lenses and the Burris had a 35MM. (more light transmission) They were recommended thru my brother who loves the Burris scopes. I have always been a bowhunter, but recently bought a .308 for Northwoods hunting. This scope is perfect for that! I've gotten into some serious shooting since and the Burris scopes are great performers. Add in the fact that they are priced better than most of the other big name scopes, and you're getting a Great product at a value price. Look and compare, you'll see.
Date published: 2014-10-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I have been using my 3x9 Fullfield II on my Win Mod 70 300WSM for 8 years. I developed a very accurate 180gr load at 2800fps and the BDC reticle is unbelievably accurate. Zeroed at 100yds the scope hits dead on at 100, 200 and 300 yards, is 2" low at 400 yards and 3" low at 500 yards. Most of my shots on Colorado mule deer and elk are 250-400 yards. Last year I shot a beautiful 4x4 mule deer at 644 yards standing off sticks. While a shot that long is not what the scope is designed for, with lots of practice and a thorough knowledge of ballistics it performed flawlessly.
Date published: 2016-02-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quality Scopes! I bought this scope about 3 months ago. I am an avid hunter and have guided professionally for deer and antelope. I have had the opportunity to experience all types of scopes in the field and would not begin to tell you that some of the most expensive elite scopes are not wonderful pieces of hunting equipment. What I will tell you is that the Burris scopes are also excellent hunting scopes for their ruggedness, clarity and positive pin point accuracy adjustments and I love the ballistic plex reticule. When you consider the cost and the life time warranty it's any easy decision and that's why I now own four Burris scopes and would recommend them to my friends, as I have.
Date published: 2015-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best glass I have ever purchased! I bought this scope last year, and have used it extensively through deer season last year, and my son used it during youth deer weekend. It has seen all forms of weather, and I have NEVER had it fog up or had any other problem! I use it on a 44 magnum rifle, and it has held true since it was mounted. The major benefit to me is how much light it pulls in and brightens the early mornings and in the evenings. With my eyesight not being what it used to, it really makes the hunt much more enjoyable and gives me more confidence. Have family & friends with much more expensive glass not be able to see as clear, and have had fogging when I have not. Best quality and purchase for the money!
Date published: 2014-10-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I bought this cope on May 20/16, mounted it on my rifle June 3. went to the range the next day, shot at 100 yards on 9 power, it was dead on, very clear picture. Moved to 200 yards, turned it to 14 power it was out of focus so tried to focus, it wouldn't focus no matter what I did. Moved it to 9 power again very clear. Moved back to 14 power and adjusted the objective lens, it still wouldn't focus. I wasn't very unhappy by this time. I have a Burris C 4 and I love it so I bought another Burris, this one was a disappointing. I am hoping the retail store will take it back or exchange it for me. I like Burris products and I will buy another.
Date published: 2016-06-06
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
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Can/How do I get replacement dial caps for Fullfield II 6.5-20×50? I've lost mine.

Asked by: EG3isme
https://burris.supportsync.com/
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2019-11-06

Can this scope work on a 20 moa rail?

Asked by: Rpr19
Hello, The scope would still work on a 20MOA rail, however being that it has a one inch tube this could prove problematic in terms of overall adjustment. You might have to zero rather far out.
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2019-10-22

i put this scope on a mossberg 3006 replaced a vortex 3x9 for more magna. i have to cranck windage all the way to 1 side and still not enough ive already changed rings and mount to a dnz one peice no change is the erector off in tube

Asked by: jim r
If you are out of adjustment it represents a very slight misalignment in the mounting. The reason many other scopes will work when a Burris will not is that we use larger guide tubes in our scopes. This creates a noticeable increase in brightness and clarity, with the sacrifice of a little adjustment. To compensate for this we invented our Signature Rings in the 70's. These rings negate the need for shims, as they have posi-align inserts that allow you to cant the scope in the direction needed to zero your rifle. Please take a look at the links below for more information.  http://www.burrisoptics.com/signature-rings http://www.burrisoptics.com/mounting-systems/rings/xtr-signature-ringsyoutub
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2019-10-11

What size butler creek scope caps do I need for Fullfield ll 2-7x35 Item # 200123. Thank you.

Asked by: teddy555
Hello, For that we recommend Butler Creek sizes 17 (obj) and 13 (eyepiece).
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2019-09-27

will this scope hold up on a 450 bushmaster

Asked by: Indianabutter
Hello, All Burris Optics are recoil rated to beyond .50BMG in both directions of recoil.
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2019-09-04

How would this scope work on a 7mm-08 120 grain bullet shooting at 200. To 300 yards

Asked by: Samuel51
Hello! To see where your cartridge stacks up on the reticle, check out this awesome ballistics calculator! https://ballistics.burrisoptics.com/reticle-analysis#:1
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2019-08-29

I bought one of these scopes and put it on my Savage 110 BA Stealth Evolution chambered in .338 lapua. I have the drop maxed on the up side and still shooting a foot below the reticle at 100 yards. So what’s wrong?

Asked by: Evans9
Hello, Since your scope has a one inch tube, I would be sure to check your mounts and make sure the rifle doesn't have a 20MOA base. If you are out of adjustment it represents a very slight misalignment in the mounting. The reason many other scopes will work when a Burris will not is that we use larger guide tubes in our scopes. This creates a noticeable increase in brightness and clarity, with the sacrifice of a little adjustment. To compensate for this we invented our Signature Rings in the 70's. These rings negate the need for shims, as they have posi-align inserts that allow you to cant the scope in the direction needed to zero your rifle. Please take a look at the links below for more information.  http://www.burrisoptics.com/signature-rings http://www.burrisoptics.com/mounting-systems/rings/xtr-signature-ringsyoutub
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2019-08-07

Is the objective lens 56 mm or 42 mm? What is the difference between 'objective lens diameter 56 mm' and 'clear objective lens diameter 42 mm' that is listed in the specs? Makes a big difference regarding scope ring height.

Asked by: Jake M
56mm would refer to the outer diameter of the metal on the objective, aiding in a more accurate measurement. The clear lens diameter is the more commonly quoted.
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2019-05-10
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