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Burris FastFire Red-Dot Reflex Sight with Picatinny Mount ( 4 MOA Dot Reticle)

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  • 20,000 hour battery life
  • Waterproof
  • Steel construction
  • Increases your shooting speed and accuracy
  • Includes a Picatinny-style mount

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The lightweight, low profile FastFire II features a light sensor that automatically adjusts the dot's brightness to the surrounding condition.
The FastFire II from Burris dramatically increases firing speed and accuracy by simplifying the act of aiming, eliminating the need to focus on and align the front sight, rear sight, and target. With the FastFire, the aiming red dot and target are always in focus and properly aligned for ultimate accuracy. A small sight that mounts low and weighs just 1.6-ounces, the FastFire II is additionally the only fully waterproof unit in its product category.

Constructed of metal for strength and durability, the FastFire II's lenses are precision-ground and polished to exacting geometries to virtually eliminate parallax and provide a clear, crisp sight picture. Fully windage and elevation adjustable and lockable, the sight features both an on/off switch and a light sensor that automatically adjusts the dot's brightness to the surrounding conditions. An included plastic hood covers the light sensor and puts the unit in sleep mode when the on/off switch is set to "on." The Picatinny Mount allows mounting on just about any rifle, and special bases are available for most common firearms.

Warranty
All Burris products include a limited manufacturer's warranty, which varies by product. Warranty specifics will be included with your purchase.

About Burris
Burris makes tools that let you take in every detail in the great outdoors. Binoculars engineered to penetrate the twilight, superb spotting scopes that get you up close and personal with the most elusive game, rugged rifle scopes so precise that long-range shots become second nature, and all at affordable prices. The company manufactures most of its products in the USA, in its own factory.

Product Description

Burris FastFire Red-Dot Reflex Sight ( 4 MOA Dot Reticle) The FastFire dramatically increases speed and accuracy. It simplifies the act of aiming, eliminating the need to focus on and align the front sight, rear sight and target. With the FastFire, the aiming red dot and target are always in focus and properly aligned for the ultimate in accuracy. The FastFire II provides the only fully waterproof unit in its product category. The FastFire sight is very small, mounts very low, and weighs a mere 1.6 ounces. And it has repeatedly proven it’s toughness on the slides of high power semi-autos, on slug guns, on shotguns and on high power rifles. The FastFire housing is made of metal for strength and durability. It’s lenses are precision ground and polished to exacting geometries to virtually eliminate parallax and to provide a very clear crisp sight picture. It is fully windage and elevation adjustable and lockable. It features both an on/off switch and a light sensor that automatically adjusts the dot’s brightness to the available light. The included plastic hood covers the light sensor and puts the unit in sleep mode when the on/off switch is set to “on.” FastFire is powered by a lithium CR2032 battery, which is commonly available and long lasting because of the highly efficient electronics and the battery-saver mode. A battery can last as long as five years. The Picatinny Mount allows mounting on just about any rifle. Special bases are available for the most common firearms.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 5 x 7 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: Made in USA
  • ASIN: B001THO2Q6
  • Item model number: 300232
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,993 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

It has held its zero and is great for shooting trap.
Doug H.
In my opinion, the FF II and Leupold are both good values for open red dots.
wilson
Pros: This sight works as advertised and is a good value.
Barrister

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

70 of 71 people found the following review helpful By Charles B. Lemak on March 14, 2010
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This is my second fast-fire for a competitive handgun application, so obviously I like the product. It is lightweight and durable, and has a dot that is relatively easy to see in a variety of light conditions, and for it's price range it is the sharpest red dot on the market. Having said that, the adjustments are not the most user friendly. To adjust point of aim, the user must first loosen the locking screws make the adjustment in either horizontal or vertical, then tighten the locking screws. The process must then be repaseted for the remaining axis. All this is done with a micro screw driver (provided with the sight), and itty-bitty screws with tiny little hard-to-see screw heads. In addition, a very small movement of the screw results in a big movement in point of aim. However, after the initial hour or so that it takes to get the sight set up and locked down, it stays on target without the need for readjustment. My problem may be that I like to try my sights on different firearms to see where they balance and feel the best. Comparatively, I have two Eotech's with easy to adjust external controls, and I can freely switch them from one firearm to another, and sight in within five minutes or less. I also have an Ultradot, which exceeds the optic quality and reticle versatility of the fast-fire, and is also much more user friendly to set up, but both the Eotechs and the Ultradot are somewhat bulky, and weigh about 3 to 4 times as much as the fast-fire. If you're a competitive shooter, you know that half way through a long day of competition, a little less weight can make a big difference in your ability to score points. I guess there are always compromises. I like the fast-fire, and I am hopeful that the next generation of the fast-fire has some modifications to make it easier to set up. If the inconvenience of taking additional time to set up your sights is not a concern, then by all means this is a good buy.

C. Lemak-Torres
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35 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Barrister on March 24, 2011
Pros:

This sight works as advertised and is a good value. It is rugged and has no problem on my 12 Ga and as a gunsmith told me (more about this later) also held up on an American Eagle .50 Ca. pistol that ruined other more expensive sights. The sight is light and the battery lasts for a long, long time.

Cons:

A couple of folks pointed out that the sight is difficult to adjust - it is. Also, there should be more information about "how in **** do I mount this sight on this firearm"?

One person wrote that the dot was too dim for an indoor range. It wasn't too dim for the range, but after I bought it and tried it in a dark house (think personal defense in your house at night) - I have to agree that the dot could be brighter. It is usable for this situation, but an "over-ride" adjustment for brightness would be helpful.

Recommendations:

Rather than go through hours of tedium to figure out how to install and get a zero on the sight, I brought it to a friendly gunsmith who installed and laser sighted the Burris to the gun free. Unless you are familiar with installing optics, I'd suggest this.

Unless you use this sight for competition on a pistol where weight is an issue, I suggest buying Burris Part #410330 with the sight. These are "rabbit ears" made of metal that fit nicely around the sides of the sight and protect it from rugged handling, dropping, etc. My sight went on a Mil. Spec. Mossberg 590A1 shotgun, so the "rabbit ears" made perfect sense.

Overall:

I'm happy with the sight, it improves accuracy and allows for quick target acquisition.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Barnett on February 5, 2010
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The Burris FastFire II works as advertised. However, it does have some flaws. The red dot is simply too bright on other than very bright days. The instructions say not to do this, but I find that three layers of masking tape over the automatic eye is just about right on a cloudy day to get the dot brightness down to a useable level. If not for that I would put this unit in a drawer and not use it.

The optional Glock mounting plate is not confidence inspiring. On the standard thin framed models, mine is a Glock 35, the mounting plate is properly sized. It does not work on the large framed Glocks, .45 cal and 10mm, at all. Mounting the base plate on my Glock 35 worked best when the included star washers were used with every screw, something that was not very clear from the instructions. Use loctite on all screws and torque only to the stated torque. The mounting plate is then minimally secure. Don't try and wiggle it--you may succeed!

Now, go shoot, but keep your fingers crossed that the unit will stay attached.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By The Count on January 30, 2011
I have a ton of different sights, including an expensive Leupold Deltapoint. I got the FastFire 2 because I thought it would be almost as good for half the price. Well, not quite. While the device shows no signs of disintegrating like some cheaper sights (its mounted on a SIG 556, so it gets a real pounding) the problem is the red dot itself. It is not easy to see. My impression is that the auto dim feature is set to too dim when used in lower light conditions like an indoor range. Read in some forums that outside in the bright sunlight no problem. I briefly had the sight mounted on a pistol. This did not work well at all since with the outstretched arm the dot was even harder to see. For the price it really could come with adjustable brightness.
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