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Vortex Crossfire 4x32 for 10/22?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Yo Mama, Dec 28, 2011.

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  1. Yo Mama

    Yo Mama Member

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    I just picked up a Vortex Crossfire 4x32 with Steel Burris rings. In my price range I didn't think I could do better. I wanted a variable power, but the other options didn't have as good of optics as the Vortex, and didn't come close the the warranty. Paid 85 for rings and scope.

    Any experience with this scope?
     
  2. BrocLuno

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    No Vortex scopes here (yet), but that's a good one and the power is right on for your application :)
     
  3. Chuck R.

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    No experience with that model, but I’ve got a Vortex Strikefire (red dot) on my S&W MP 15-22, and I put a Viper HS 1-4X on my DSA SA58 Para FAL. I alos bought one of their monoculars for my dayhike bag. So far I’m impressed with their glass and overall quality. I've read some very positive reviews on Vortex optics.

    Chuck
     
  4. jhnrckr

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    i have the crossfire 3-9 illuminated reticle. It seems to be on par with with my nikon prostaff or midrange bushnells. Good light transfer, no glare at dawn and dusk. I dont mess around with changing elevation and windage once I am zeroed so I cant tell you how it tracks. Guys at the range drool over (all the see is the vortex logo) and I aint gonna tell them it is a $100 chinese made scope.
     
  5. lonestardiver

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    I have a couple of the crossfires and so far so good. One from the factory had an issue, called Vortex and they said ship it...had it back in 7 days fixed...no fuss..no hassle. Lifetime warranty.
     
  6. jjr0419

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    No experience withe the crossfire but I have a diamond back on my stevens 200. No complaints here and i'll likely purchase the 2-7x35 for my 10/22.
     
  7. Fanky

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    I have a Viper PST 2-7x32 on my Sporter Mauser I use deer hunting. I also have a Nikon Prostaff 3-9x40 sitting on a shelf... Don't get me wrong, the Prostaff is a great piece of glass, but the Vortex seems a smidge clearer to my eye, and the adjustments are much more consistent and precise than the Prostaff.
     
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