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The 1-4×24 Crossfire II riflescope is one of many configurations in the Crossfire II line. The V-Brite reticle uses the V-Plex format with battery-powered electronics to illuminate the center dot for hunters/shooters during extra-low light conditions.
With long eye relief and an ultra-forgiving eye box, you’ll be able to quickly get a sight picture and acquire your target. The fast focus eyepiece allows quick and easy reticle focusing.
Anti-reflective, fully multi-coated lenses provide bright and clear views for the user.
Capped reset turrets are finger adjustable with MOA clicks that can be reset to zero after sighting in.
A single piece tube constructed from aircraft grade aluminum ensures strength and shockproof performance. O-ring sealed and nitrogen purged, the Crossfire II delivers waterproof and fog proof performance.
February 1, 2017
I put it on a 338 Lapua with the Vortex rings and it’s awesome. It’s very clear and you can see the bullet holes out to a couple hundred yards. Very accurate and you can shoot well over 1000 yards with this scope no problem. I use it to coyote hunt. I take care of my stuff but this still gets knocked around a bit and it holds zero well. You won’t be disappointed!
April 8, 2018
August 13, 2014
My purpose for buying this was range shooting from 50-200 yards on a spikes tactical home built AR. After a couple of minutes I was zeroed in at 50 and moved my way up to 100 and 200 yards. I can tell you firsthand the optic performed exceptionally well and I had no issues at all while shooting. The V-Brite illumination itself is low and barely visible on the highest setting during the day but that did not concern me. I bought the V-Brite version after looking at youtube reviews on 1-4x scopes because as one video said “when I turn my illuminated reticle on out there in the cold wilderness, its a good feeling”. While the illuminated reticle is hardly visible during the day, at night it is just right. – youtube Best AR-15 Scopes by Nutnfance for a great breakdown on scopes and price range depending on your budget.
I couldn’t justify buying a $400+ variable optic even if it is made in Germany, Japan, Philippines, or any other preferred country outside of China. Some shooting and optics forums will tell you that its a waste to buy anything made in China or anything under $500 for a scope/red dot. Personally, if you are only hunting or range shooting, the value should be what is the best bang for buck. I think Vortex does just that with the Crossfire II.
-Variable scope magnification
-Clear glass with little to no fish eye at 1x magnification
-Great eye relief
-Able to shoot close range and holdovers for 200-250 yards
-Visible illumination at night
-Great manufacturers warranty
-Reliable company which stands behind its products
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Don’t be fooled into thinking you need the very best scope when it isn’t practical. Take baby steps and get familiar with lower to mid-range priced optics before you decide to go for the top end models. That way you’re basing it off of personal experience and knowledge that works for you. The Vortex Crossfire II is a really solid scope and will suffice all your needs.