Vortex Crossfire II Rifle Scope - The Crossfire II has the features and technology of a more expensive riflescope. The value of this scope is unsurpassed. All that quality is backed by Vortex, with their VIP Unconditional Lifetime Warranty.
Vortex Crossfire II Rifle Scope - Vortex has designed this riflescope to exceed all competition in this price range. The technology and features makes this scope a superior value. Long eye relief, fast focus eye piece, fully multi-coated lenses, and resettable MOA turrets gives this scope the advantage in the field. The aircraft grade aluminum one piece tube results in a waterproof, shockproof, and waterproof scope.
Reset turrets allow re-indexing to zero after sight-in
Ample windage and elevation adjustment
1 inch tube
Fully multicoated lenses
Hard Anodized Finish
Fast Focus eye piece
Performs as it should
Mounted the Vortex Crossfire 11 3X9 on my 25-06 two years ago. Primary use was for antelope. Scored on a nice buck @ 301 yards (per range finder) No issues or complaints to date with a number of rounds fired at the shooting range.
I mounted the Corssfire II 2-7x32 on a Ruger American Rifle .22 magnum. Very impressed with the results, consistently shoots under 3/4 inch groups at 50 yards. No, it isn't a Swarovski but for the money you can't beat the clarity and brightness. Hard to argue with the Vortex warranty: You break it, they fix it. The next scope I buy will probably be a Vortex.
buy another scope
this not fit my Remington 700 with warne rings and weaver two piece base.
I called Vortex and was told to "Buy another Base" that I "Bought the Cheap scope".
No I bought the wrong Make. I have other Vortex optics but I wont buy any more.
I know Sportsmans Wharehouse will make it right. But Vortex?
Would do it again
Clear, bright image and amazing eye relief. Mounted this on my M1a Scout Squad and it really is an amazing combination. I used the medium Weaver brand mounts but it really needs the large size Weavers to get the proper relief from the receiver. I am going to pick up some medium Leupold QRW's which are about the same height as a large weaver.
Threw this scope on my .300 win mag hesitantly due to some of the reviews saying it couldn't handle the recoil. But have had no issues with around 200 rounds through it. Accurate and clear, all around great scope for the price!
Vortex Crossfire II Rifle Scope
This scope works very well, when it isn't broken. Used it on my Savage Axis 30 06 (mounted at SW), and the reticle went off. Although Vortex has an incredible warranty (ship it to us, we'll fix it - no questions), I spent 20 dollars shipping it. While I was waiting, I got impatient and bought the Viper (great buy), and when the Crossfire, I decided to mount it on my Ruger 10/22. three shots in, and the reticle is again skewed. Both times, the scope was mounted properly. So it will be another 20 dollars. I feel like telling them to keep it, and lesson learned...
Las Vegas, NV
Vortex Crossfire II Rifle Scope
I don't have anything bad to say about Vortex. For the price you get amazing quality. I also have a Vortex Nomad spotting scope and will have Vortex in the future. I put a Crossfire 2, 4-12x40 on my target 10/22 and it is a prairie dog wreckin machine. I can consistantly hit dogs at 100+ yards with my rig and Vortex is mostly to thank for that.
Vortex Crossfire II Riflescope
I had a Leupold 3-9x40 on my .22-250 for years, and always felt the magnification was lacking. I decided to give Vortex a try because of the warranty and price, so I sold my Leupold and picked up Crossfire II 6-18x44. To say the least, I am very impressed. There is a slight drop in image quality from the Leupold (as would be expected), but the less than $300 price tag for a quality high-magnification scope more than makes up for it.