Burris Fastfire III with Picatinny Mount
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- PINPOINT ACCURACY – The FastFire III puts an unmistakable red dot at the point of impact within your field of view, giving you an immediate advantage in speed and accuracy.
- LIGHTWEIGHT OPTICS – With lightweight construction and durable design, the FastFire III can be used as a primary sight or paired on top of an existing sight.
- VERSATILITY DEFINED – Rely on the automatic brightness sensor to adjust to match the environmental conditions or choose one of the three manual brightness settings.
- RED DOT SIGHT – Choose a 3 MOA dot, popular on rifles or with anyone wanting more pinpoint accuracy, or choose the 8 MOA dot, which is ideal for short range shooters and fast acquisiton.Windage Adjustment: 86 MOA
- MUST-HAVE COMPETITION GEAR – The FastFire III will work with virtually all optics-ready handguns, making it a convenient part of your competitive shooting system. Shockproof design stands up to years of punishing recoil
- 3 MOA Dot Reticle
- Tool-less wind age and elevation adjustments
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Burris Optics FastFire 3
Mount the Burris FastFire 3 to your favorite handgun, shotgun, hunting or tactile rifle for greater accuracy and faster target acquisition. Skip worrying about sight alignment, eye dominance or finding your target. This FastFire Red Dot Sight provides parallax-free, 1x magnification that allows both eyes-open shooting for enhanced awareness. Plus the compact and lightweight design won’t disrupt your balance or handgun handling.
Constructed of metal for strength and durability, this sight’s lenses are precision-ground and polished to exacting geometries to provide a clear, crisp sight picture. The FastFire 3 offers the features you want with easy handling and mounting.
- Waterproof roof to keep the glass of your sight clean
- 3-MOA/8-MOA bright red dot for fast target acquisition
- Choice of automatic or 3 settings of manual brightness sensors to adjust to lighting conditions
- Windage and elevation adjustments to make fine-tuning easy
FASTFIRE 3 FEATURES
- Generally speaking, the 8 MOA dot is most popular for short range shooters, especially with handguns or shotguns. The larger dot makes target acquisition quicker.
- The 3 MOA dot is most popular with rifles, or anyone wanting more pin-point accuracy, as the smaller dot covers far less of the overall target area.
- The FastFire 3 will easily work with the Glock MOS system.
- The FastFire 3 will work with virtually every "optics ready" handgun. However, the Burris supplied mounting screws may not be the correct length for every single handgun. Please contact the firearm manufacturer for specific screw lengths necessary for correct mounting.
The FastFire 3 is the best selling red dot sight from Burris. Light and tough, the FastFire 3 series puts an unmistakable, bright red dot on your target to give you an immediate speed and accuracy advantage. Can be used as a primary sight or paired on top of an existing sight.
BROWSE ALL AVAILABLE FASTFIRE 2 AND FASTFIRE 3 MODELS:
|FastFire 2, Model No 300232||FastFire 2, Model No 300233||FastFire 3, Model No 300234||FastFire 3, Model No 300235||FastFire 3, Model No 300236||Fastfire 3, Model No 300237|
|Description||4 MOA dot, includes picatinny mount||4 MOA Dot, no mount included||3 MOA, picatinny mount included||3 MOA dot, no mount||8 MOA dot, picatinny mount included||8 MOA dot, no mount|
|Reticles||FastFire 4-MOA Dot||FastFire 4-MOA Dot||FastFire 3-MOA Dot||FastFire 3-MOA Dot||FastFire 8-MOA Dot||FastFire 8-MOA Dot|
|Clear Objective Lens Diameter||21x15 mm||21x15 mm||21x15 mm||21x15 mm||21x15 mm||21x15 mm|
|Mount||Picatinny Mount||None||Picatinny Mount||None||Picatinny Mount||None|
|Click Value||None||None||1 MOA||1 MOA||1 MOA||1 MOA|
|Elevation Adjustment, Total Capability||115 MOA||115 MOA||115 MOA||115 MOA||115 MOA||115 MOA|
|Length||1.8 in.||1.8 in.||1.9 in.||1.9 in.||1.9 in.||1.9 in.|
|Weight||1.5 oz.||0.9 oz.||1.5 oz.||0.9 oz.||1.5 oz.||0.9 oz.|
|Illumination Control||Automatic brightness adjustment||Automatic brightness adjustment||Manual push-button & automatic brightness adjustment||Manual push-button & automatic brightness adjustment||Manual push-button & automatic brightness adjustment||Manual push-button & automatic brightness adjustment|
|Illumination Settings||Automatic setting reactive to environment||Automatic setting reactive to environment||3 manual brightness levels; automatic setting reactive to environment||3 manual brightness levels; automatic setting reactive to environment||3 manual brightness levels; automatic setting reactive to environment||3 manual brightness levels; automatic setting reactive to environment|
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Style Name: 300234-Picatinny Mount, 3 MOA
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Took a second to adjust to acquiring the dot. Kinda blocks you from looking down the barrel. I've used red dots on ARs, very similar, but I think this is better.
I mounted this on my ruger mark IV 22/45 on the factory supplied pic rail. Easy install, blue threadlock 15in/lb on clamp, 12in/lb on sight to base. Easy to sight in, was like 7in left and 4 in low to start. 10yds
Super fast target acquisition, no parallax, and plenty bright enough. It was a nice clear sunny day and I could use it on the medium setting. The auto control had it on the brightest setting, which was fine too. Shot 600 rounds (only 22) and it held zero fine. At 10yds it was boring, 25yds still very easy and at 40yds I was getting way more hits then with open sights.
This all being said, you must still practice regularly to stay proficient with all aspects of firearm, especially if it's going on your daily carry. It makes it easier to aim but that doesn't replace range time!
I cannot comment on the battery life at this time, as I received it yesterday evening and shot today. Will update in future if it's short and irritates me lol
May be ording another for my shield 40, but might get one with auto on off.
I did run into a problem after a few hundred rounds - the mounting plate that came with the Glock and attaches the sight to the firearm had started to lift. Actually, it appeared to be bending. When I went to remove the sight I had issues with the screws provided with it, which stripped almost instantly. After a lot of work I had to drill out the screws. The plate was actually OK once removed but it was evident from marks on the top of the firearm that when this sight is attached to a Glock using the screws & instructions Burris provide the screws go slightly too far through the plate and push into the slide, lifting the mounting plate.
Some research online revealed a good alternative screw of just the right length (Traxxas 2550, sold here on Amazon) and I was able to re-mount the sight using those. Time will tell if it holds up - not enough rounds through to know for sure yet.
Otherwise, a nice sight with a good range of adjustment that seems to hold zero well. A solid alternative to widely recommended more expensive options, mounting challenges notwithstanding.
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The dot does 'starburst' for me slightly, which could be a combination of my eyes and having the dot brightness set too high. It only has low medium and high brightness, along with an auto brightness mode (which I feel adjusts the dot too bright in most conditions), I very rarely have it on 'high'. A few more levels of manual brightness would be nice, or a way to adjust the sensitivity of the automatic mode would be nice.
Setting the dot initially may be difficult without bore sighting. After it is in the ball park though, it is easy to set as the adjustments are similar to setting a scope with a known increment per click of each dial. One thing I noticed was that the one adjuster tended to stick a bit (turning it did not allow the dot to move) right off the bat, but backing off on the adjuster and trying again allowed it to move.
Highly Recommended !!
Sight is going in an offset mount onto a scoped 5.56x45 bolt action, so by all indications it should have no issues handling the recoil and a little 'bumping around' if people are mounting them on 12ga's, and centerfire pistol slides with no issues.
Mounted on a rifle with the hood, it's been easy to use the sight, even in bright daylight. Mounted on any of my flat-top type rifles and it is too low without a 1/2" riser for a proper cheekweld. The reticle will shift slightly when you're not perfectly lined up with it. If you have a repeatable cheekweld then it's good enough for most people. There is a little white center-mark on the lower edge to facilitate this.
Did not review sight on a pistol.