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Burris 2-7x35mm FullField II Rifle Scope

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by GlockNation, Jul 1, 2012.

  1. GlockNation

    GlockNation New Member

    Jul 16, 2005
    Keller, Texas
    Does anyone have experience with the Burris 2-7x35mm FullField II Rifle Scope?

    Would you recommend it?

    What are the pros and cons?

    If I bought it I am thinking about using it on some 6.5 Swedes, a 35 Rem Marlin Lever gun and a Marlin 24 inch barrel 45-70 lever gun.

    Thanks in advance for your opinions and advice.
  2. fallout mike

    fallout mike Participating Member

    Jan 26, 2011
    North Mississippi
    I don't have one but I have had Burris scopes before and they are quality scopes.
  3. WYOMan

    WYOMan Member

    Mar 25, 2012
    New Braunfels, TX
    I have the 2-7X35 Fullfield E1 and I like it. I have mine mounted on a sporterized 98 in 8X57. It is really clear and hasn't given me any problems. I like the lower magnification for hunting the timber. I also like that it is light, so it doesn't add much weight to the rifle.
  4. jmr40

    jmr40 Mentor

    May 26, 2007
    I have a couple of the 3-9's. I like the scope a lot for the money. The glass is clear and they have a reputation as a pretty tough scope. I've looked at the specs and if considering the 2-7 would rather pay a bit more to get the 3-9. The 3-9 (13 oz) is only 1 oz heavier and 3/4" longer than the 2-7 (12 oz). The main advatage of the 2-7 should be a more compact scope. With the 2-7 so close I'll take the 3-9.

    One other thing to consider. The adjustments on the 3-9 are 1/4 MOA. On the 2-7 they are 1/2 MOA. Probably not a problem on a rifle meant for close range work but it would make it hard to get it zeroed at 200 yards or farther.

    If you want a small compact scope in the same price range consider the Redfield 2-7 (11 oz). The Leupold VX-1's are right at $200 and a 1-4X is only 8 oz and a 2-7 is 10 oz

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