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Vortex Crossfire II 3-9x50mm Rifle Scope
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just bought this and am very pleased. Great in low light. very clear. great scope for the price
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Hunter, Camper, Recreational Shooter

by dski73, from United States, CO Written on August 13, 2014
I mounted this scope on a 10/22 with a bull barrel. If you want to reach out and touch some prairie dogs, this will do the trick. It might be a little of an overkill for some, but when you're looking for tiny targets, this is the scope for you....
Would recommend: Yes
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vortex crossfire 11 scope to optics planet

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on June 10, 2014
I just fired my rifle yesterday . At 1oo yds . the crossfire 11 3x9x50 model cf231027 performed excellent . After the scope was bore-sighted, I adjusted the elevation 1 mil , and the windage 2 mils or quarter clicks . After adjusting , a group of 3 fired shots were all kissing each other within the size of a nickel . I kept the target as proof . I pan to buy another in the near future , as I have no doubt that it will perform well a much longer distance . Adjusting is a very simple easy task ....
Would recommend: Yes
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excellent scope

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on June 5, 2014
I just mounted my vortex scope model cf231027 on a collector rifle Win.model 670 in 30.06 The scope looks awesome .The clarity is as crisp as a high end swaroski that I had and sold that cost at least 6 times as much as this one . I'm an ex Army ranger /scout/sniper , I think I should know . The scope is excellent , & will see when I fire my rifle tomorrow .
Pros: so far it's all good . I'll see when I fire my win 30.06...
Would recommend: Yes
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vortex crossfire ii

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, VA Written on April 6, 2014
This is a scope i thought would impress me for the price since after i bought the $2000 razor hd version of their top of the line model. Boy was i misled by everyones reviews. directly After install on my .30-06 I fired one round and went to zoom in and when i did the whole back of the scope fell off. I couldnt believe it !!!!! I wont buy a crossfire ii again ever .
Pros: good glass, good price , nice looks ,
Cons: no sunshade made for it, . ...
Would recommend: No
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Vortex quality

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on January 12, 2014
I spent some time working with a few Vortex 3 - 9 x50s. It is NOT A CHINA scope so if you bought one don't worry till you shoot it. It is a very good choice for a carbine that does close work or out to about 250 yards. It will surprise you. However, it is not a Leopold or a Burris. The optics are clear and the 50mm objective works very well to brighten things up. I wouldn't take it on a night drop in Afghanistan but I would use it for hunting and, I do. They are made in the Philippines and their offices are in the USA. It is a good value. Their high end scopes are very good. None of their scopes are Burris Black Diamonds that is an elite club. By far the very best scope the USA ever produced. Some may argue that but unfortunately at my age and years of long range instructing and usage I know they just don't know. People will argue forever when their ill-informed. You only need a very high end scope for 2 reasons your life depends on it or, youre going hunting. For that a Vortex can't be beat for value. Most of my "students" like them on the carbines.
Pros: Cost vs usability
Cons: Some have 1" tubes. Not a big deal but a 30mm tube is stronger and they have some....
Would recommend: Yes
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Good value great carbine scope.

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on January 12, 2014
I have this on a 7.62 Wilson Tactical carbine. It is perfect for it. The 50mm objective allows for a quick shot. CQB is easy as well as that 250 yard shot. A very good value. Though I will only buy USA manufacture for top of the line guns and gear I risk my life with, this scope works well for a carbine. My students all liked it as a carbine/CQB/ mid range scope. Best thing... It's not made in Asia! It is at least made in an American providence. I would recommend this scope on a Deer hunting carbine out to 250 yards. Good value. The top of the line scopes made in USA can cost $4000. Beware of misleading scopes that are made in Asia (China)with high prices. They will claim they are USA but they will rip you for around $2000 to make you believe you are getting a high quality scope deal. Some persons will get down right childish when they find out they were fooled. Read badshot330's review of the NightForce 32x56 NXS when he found out! It is understandable . No one wants to be fooled. These reviews are awesome and will help you (Thanks Optics Planet!). Scan and see how many persons check the box "helpful" vs "Not Helpful" you will know right away what to take to heart. Good shooting!
Pros: Good eye relief very fast works for CQB
Cons: Not for combat. A 30mm tube would help strength...
Would recommend: Yes
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Good scope for under $200.00

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, GA Written on December 19, 2013
This is a great scope for the money but don't expect high quality clarity at full power. For a hunting scope out to say 300 yards it is very good for the price.
Pros: V-Brite works good, especially in low light
Cons: Not the clearest focus at 9X...
Would recommend: Yes
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Awesome scope

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on October 6, 2013
This scope was a great purchase for $200. The vbrite feature is not found on many scopes of this type in this price range. I have a leupold vxr series scope and this is not far behind in the quality and workmanship department.
Pros: Great buy for the money
Cons: vbrite switch a little stiff...
Would recommend: Yes
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Great Scope for the Money!

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, AL Written on March 11, 2013
I put this scope on American Ruger 30-06. I compared this optic to Redfield Revenge,Leupold Vx1,Barska, and Burris Fulfield at my local gun shop. The Crossfire was brighter, had better eye relief,and to me was crisper. At the range the scope performed great. I had the scope bore sighted at 30yrds so I started sighting in at 50yrds. Three quarter size group at 50 so I moved to 100yrds. First 3 shots were dead on the horizontal line and were only a quarter inch apart.I reproduced this 2 times. I ran the tracking 10 clicks out of moa and back and shot group the size of a tennis ball all day. So far this scope is outstanding and with the unconditional warranty to boot, it will be hard to beat. Mechanically the workings of the moa turrets are precise and dialing from 3 to 9 is smooth. I would recommend this scope to friends and family with no regrets.
Pros: great clarity, holds zero, tracking is precise, nice eye relief
Cons: none so far...
Would recommend: Yes
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awesome scope

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner from United States, PA Written on December 5, 2012
This scope is a great buy would recommend it to anyone. At night the scope works great with the illuminated reticle
Pros: clear very good for predator hunting
Cons: none...
Would recommend: Yes
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