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Burris 200433-FF Fullfield TAC30 1-4 x 24 with Fastfire II Scope (Black)

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Product Description

The Burris Fullfield TAC30 scopes are incredibly bright and rugged enough to handle the rigors of tactical work and mid-range precision. Precision, accuracy, and reliability at a value any operator or LE department can afford.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 3 x 3 inches ; 2.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004R8M888
  • Item model number: 200433-FF
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #127,360 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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I get a crisp view and it is easy to get on target.
Blaine
My range has gongs set up every 100 yards and I can ring them consistently out to 500 yards using the ballistic reticle.
Ken325
Scope base is very well built, sturdy and looks good in AR types.
Gary Shorts

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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By J. Nguyen on November 29, 2012
Pros:
- Glass is really clear. The coating provide a sharp vivid image.
- Flexible 1-4x scope so you're not stuck with one type of magnification.
- Build quality is top notch (Made in Philippines).
- Package came with a Burris Fastfire II (Which is awesome by itself).
- Quality product that does not cost as much as the big boys (Eotech, Trijicon, Aimpoint, etc...).
- Reticle is wicked unique (mulitple circle surrounding a mil dot inside). No battery, no problem, it will show up as black outline (with Eotech and most red dot, you're kinda screw if there's no battery).
- Price is ok. Not too crazy nor too cheap.
- The windage and elevation adjustment is a breeze because you can adjust without a coin or some sort.

Cons:
- The zoom adjustment is not separate from the scope you when you zoom, the whole end will turn and that is bad if you have a caps on.
- Push button to adjust brightness is really stiff. I understand that the stiffness is to prevent accidental bump but this is too stiff (XTR version has the adjustment as a knob instead).
- Scope could be shorter. Do you see the end of that scope where the LRS lettering was stamped on? There's a good inch and a half of nothing but tube. Maybe they can get rid of that and give us the option for a scope sunshade.
- Need an option for killflash. I do not want to modified stuff.
- XTR version has a way better reticle dot IMO and that one is made in America vs Philippines Tac30. Also, brightness adjust on the XTR & MTAC is a knob instead of a button.
- The included mount added alot of weight to an already huge scope (I recommend you buy some low profile mount).
- I buy it at a retail store so that is $542.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By G. Murray on June 10, 2013
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I've got this setup mounted on a Daniel Defense V7. It's all sighted in and put it through its paces.

It mounts very easily and very securely. The package includes both the smooth-top rings and the rings with the 1" Picatinny rails for the FastFire red dot. The upper rings are held in place with 6 Torx head screws (looks like about a T10) and the scope came with a Torx Allen wrench. I mounted the FastFire red dot as shown in the product images.

The scope has great eye relief and the image is very, very clear and bright.

Looking through the scope you'll notice alot of reticle. If you're not familiar with the reticle, go do a search and look for an image - most of what I have to say about this scope is specific to the reticle. The scope is battery operated and can illuminate the reticle or turn off the illumination and the reticle changes from illuminated red to black. It's a pretty nice system - you get the illumination without having to worry about half-life of the tritium and you get reliability in the event of a dead battery. The reticle is a ballistic reticle for .223/5.56 and shows aim points for 100, 200, 300, 400 and 500 yds. I have problems with the 100yd and 500yd aim points. The 100yd dot is too big; it completely obscures a 3" outer bull at 100yds. For me, this makes it hard to shoot extremely tight groups *on paper*. If you're going to be shooting varmints, this should be good enough. The 500yd aim point has the opposite problem - if you look at an image of the reticle, the 500yd aim point isn't a "dot," it's a "hole" in the outer rings. The problem is that the outer rings completely obscure everything other than what's in the "hole." I was surprised at how important all of the surrounding sight picture is when aiming.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Blaine on January 19, 2013
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I like this combination on my rifle. It was easy to install and get sighted in. The variable power on the scope is very nice compared to a fixed power scope. I get a crisp view and it is easy to get on target.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Ken325 on April 3, 2013
I can't say that I have tried all the other options like the Eotech, and ACOG, but I like this scope. I get fast close up acquisition at 1X and using the illuminated reticle. If I need to go out to 200-300 yards then the 4X will help me make an accurate shot. My range has gongs set up every 100 yards and I can ring them consistently out to 500 yards using the ballistic reticle. I really like the performance of the illuminated reticle. This is something that I will look for in scopes from now on. I haven't tried shooting at night due to range rules, but I think this would work with the illuminated scope if I needed to do this.

The fullfield holographic sight is not really needed. It is a good deal with the combo, so I am glad that I got it, but it might get moved to a 22 that I have.

I am glad that I made this purchase.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By RAY M. on August 5, 2013
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looking for something very special for my 6.8 spc. this fits the bill perfectly. great scope combo , perfect for ar , would reccomend this product to anyone looking for the perfect tactical combo scope for an ar.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Richard A Gass on January 30, 2014
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Exceeded expectations. Works and looks great! I just took it to the range and it dialed in nicely. Highly recommended!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By MLH on July 30, 2013
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I marked it down one star because the description is not accurate. I includes a Fastfire III reflex sight rather than a Fastfire II as described. the Fast fire III has an on/off button that is rather difficult to switch on and off, but the sight adjustment is done with a small flat screwdriver instead of a special tool.

The only other drawback I did read about before purchasing, but did not see how it would be a problem. that is that the whole eyepiece turns when adjusting the zoom. The problem for me with that is when I attached an eyepiece cover, it turns also. So it must be installed at an angle at the one power so it won't hit the upper when openned in the 4 power position. an it will only be vertical when the zoom happens to make it so. nothing that I can't live with, but if you are OCD it may be.

The reticle is crystal clear and the only time it may need to be illuminated is at night, when you would probably use a flashlight anyway.

When using at 1 power, two eye operation is easy and natural.

I don't see when backup sights would need to be used. It lets in plenty of light, and I only saw sunlight glare if the sun is visible through the scope. No halos or glare from the sun when in close proximity to the field of fiew, so no sunshade is needed.
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