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Burris Fullfield II Ballistic Plex E1 4.5-14x42mm Rifle Scope
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Most Helpful Positive Review Not top dog, but will do.
Reticle is small & fixed in size so changing power changes BDC calibration....
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Most Helpful Negative Review Burris 4.5-14x42mm Fullfield II E1 Riflescope w/ Ballistic Plex E1 Reticle, 1in Tube 200335
turrets on the 200335 is not adjusteble to set to zero Pros: normal Cons: ...
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Great Scope

by BernieU, from United States, TX Written on November 5, 2014
I have been impressed by the quality in Burris scopes at good price points. The purchase price goes toward the scope and not of lot of packaging extras you never use. This is the largest objective lens-sized scope that fit my rifle with normal height scope rings. The 42mm lends collects a lot of light and a "14" beats a "9" by a large margin....
Would recommend: Yes
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Now I own two - great scope

by Birddog, from United States, TX Written on August 5, 2014
Well, I liked it enough to buy another. I put these on my 6.8 spc and 308 where I usually don't hunt over 150 to 200 yds - maybe 300 yds at paper. I like the reticle- has graduations for wind and elevation and is plenty good enough out to the distances I shoot. Nice glass and very clear for the cost. I prefer the focus turret instead of the front ring, but the numbers seem to be dead on at 100yds. With the 42 mm lens and 30 mm tube, it lets in ample light for early and late shooting. Others that have shot my guns, liked the scope as well. Very pleased!...
Would recommend: Yes
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Best BDC type scope I've seen <$600

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on October 21, 2013
BDC Reticle is outstanding! To have the wind compensating dots included as well makes for less math and a faster on target shot IF used properly. Glass quality? Burris has best glass for buck. I compared to Nikon Monarch, Leopold, Redfield etc... Heres the bottom line: I can see my .223 caliber holes on white paper at 200 yards. Good luck beating that with another $300 scope!!! Only downside is Zero cant be reset. Sucks but I've Marked my new zero with a silver marker. Cant have everything... but BDC and glass quality makes it the BEST option I've seen under $600... as long as you dont need to dope ur scope constantly.
Pros: Superb Glass, AO, Awesome Reticle
Cons: Non Adjustable Zero...
Would recommend: Yes
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Burris 4.5-14x42mm Fullfield II E1 Riflescope w/ Ballistic Plex E1 Reticle, 1in Tube 200335

by Legacy Reviewer, Written on July 14, 2013
turrets on the 200335 is not adjusteble to set to zero
Pros: normal
Cons: Reticle is small & fixed in size so changing power changes BDC calibration....
Would recommend: Yes
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Doesn't have Posi Lock

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on February 24, 2013
this is a very nice scope, I was expecting it to have the Posi Loc system as it is listed in your product details as having it. ...
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Great long range scope

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on October 28, 2012
I am pleased with this scope. Intend to put it on a 17HMR for rabbits.
Pros: Great optics.Ballistic reticle works well. Good value for money
Cons: None....
Would recommend: Yes
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Burris E1 Reticle Scope

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on August 17, 2012
Having had good experiences with Burris platform, selected and paid for this one because the ad and other gun magazine articles gave impression reticle is red. It is black and floats in middle of fov, does not extend to the edges. Also, click adjustments, while very precise, are barely perceptible by feel and sound. However, the body is tight and well built; glass clear and really bright!; power range is great. It zero'd in tight and fast on my .270 WSM at 103 ranged yards and stayed on zero through all 40 rounds fired. Quality exceeds cost! Excellent tool.
Pros: Tough and tight. Clear and bright. Precise 1/4 MOA clicks. Excellent power range.
Cons: Reticle is NOT red and floats in middle of field of view....
Would recommend: Yes
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Scope

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on August 13, 2012
Great value...
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Excellent value and dependability

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, TX Written on August 12, 2012
This is the third Burris optic I own and as always met and exceeded my expectations just as bright as any Nikon monarch or Leoupold for alot less money with the same dependabilty and warranty in the business will buy another
Pros: Bright clear excellent low light clarity
Cons: needs a side focus adjustment...
Would recommend: Yes
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Not top dog, but will do.

by Legacy Reviewer, Written on February 14, 2012
Reticle is small & fixed in size so changing power changes BDC calibration. For BDC to be useful scope must be at about 12 power (dot) on power ring. I wish there was another that works like a Shepherd.
Pros: Clear optics, holds zero well, warranty.
Cons: E1 reticle is small. BDC at 12 power. Scratches easy....
Would recommend: Yes
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