Burris 4.5-14x42mm Fullfield II PA Rifle Scope with Burris 12-24x Spotting Scope 200183-PKG lets you see and shoot in a single package! This value package from Burris includes a Burris 200183 Fullfield 2 Rifle Scope w/ Ballistic Plex reticle and a Burris 300135 Compact Spotting Scope.
The Burris Fullfield II 4.5-14x42 Rifle Scope has a one-piece main tube and eyepiece, a steel-on-steel adjustment system, and HiLume multi-coatings on every single air-to-glass lens surface. Compared to the original version of this Burris Rifle Scope, the Burris FullField II Riflescope is even more forgiving for eye position, is a little shorter, better sealed, and a good bit lighter, with a relocated adjustment system. Burris has merged the magnification ring and eyepiece into one solid unit requiring only two seals rather than three. To change magnification, simply turn the entire eyepiece. The Burris Full-Field II Scope eliminates most of the potential leak paths in the eyepiece/power ring area, and the remainder are sealed with special quad seals instead of O-rings. The adjustment system has been moved to improve mounting options, and the European-style adjustable eyepiece requires no locking mechanism. The rifle scope has a Ballistic Plex reticle with a lower vertical crosshair with small ballistic lines that automatically compensate for bullet drop from 100 to 500 yards for many common cartridges. Every scope is individually recoil, water and fogproof tested.
The Burris 12-24x-50mm Compact Spotting Scope is designed for the hunting challenge of scanning and spotting in the high country. The Burris Compact 12X-24X Spotting Scope lets you scan wide swatches of terrain with the lower powers, then, when something catches your eye, take a closer look at 24X with a quick twist of the eyepiece. Fully multi-coated glass insures a crisp field of view whether the ambient light is fat, flat, or failing.
With a legacy of high performance, modest prices and the backing of a Forever Warranty, choosing to purchase a Fullfield II riflescope isn’t difficult. Burris Fullfield IIs are packed with the performance features: Outstanding optical quality. Positive steel-on-steel adjustments. Extremely rugged outer tubes. No-slip grips on the integrated eyepiece and focus adjustment. To make a fair comparison with other brands, you’ll have to look at riflescopes costing hundreds of dollars more. With performance standards so high and their retail prices so reasonable, you may not have to limit yourself to just one
Burris uses lenses with a greater diameter than the competition. Fullfield II lenses are 25% larger than the competition in 1" tubes. The outer tubes and internal components are extremely robust. The adjustment system is a repeatable, steel on steel system with audible clicks. Every Burris scope has double internal spring force. The Burris Posi-Lock is a coil-spring assisted retractable steel post that firmly and and securely locks accuracy into place. Once the reticle is zeroed, the covering tube (red) replaces the internal spring (green) and locks the inner tube in place. Some of the competition offer a double spring as an option, but it's the standard for all Burris products.
Specifications for Burris 4.5-14x42mm PA Fullfield II Rifle Scope:
||1 inch (25.4mm)
|Objective (front) diameter:
|Ocular (rear) diameter:
|Adjustment click value:
||1/4 minute of angle
||3.1 to 3.8 inches
|Field of view at 100 yards:
||23 feet @ 4.5 power - 9 feet @ 14 power
||Hi-Lume multi-chemical multi-coated