Burris Fullfield IV 2.5-10x42mm Ballistic E3 Illuminated Riflescope 200486

The 2.5-10x42mm offers a wide field of view and three reticle options including an illuminated and non-illuminated Ballistic E3 and the proven Plex for quick holdovers across most hunting cartridges. Designed around a one-inch main tube.

Scope Weight: 16.8 oz.
Scope Length: 11.6 in.
Magnification Range: 2.5-10x
Scope Objective Diameter: 42mm
Scope Tube Size / Mount: 1 inch
Parallax Adjustment: 25 yds. – infinity
Reticle Position: RFP
Reticle Details: E3- MOA Reticle
Field of View: 46 -11 ft.
Eye Relief: 3.5 -3.8"
Illuminated Reticle: yes
Scope Finish: matte black
Item Condition: New
UPC 000381004864
MPN 200486

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
excellent scope for almost any price

Not really better than expected because its not my first. i have eleven rifles with leupold vx 2 and3's and 2 redfield (vintage) plus three zeiss. i have only had the burris to the range one time.my eyes are old but the scope is bright and clear. zeroing the rifle was made very easy with accurate adjustments and printed several moa groups at 100 yards.no big deal but the rifle is a fairly light 375 ruger . i will see what it does in the future as i like to shoot this rifle alot.

now more burrisscopes

The edges of the scope are not clear i called Burris hey said it is not have he right eye relief well i adjusted it to were i can see the scope when i pull the rifle up . i have scopes half the price that i like better . Burris tech support they were very little help the tech said it was my fault and the scope was fine . i have been using scope be fore he was born no more for me

As good as Leupold

This is an excellent scope, very clear and easy to look through without a lot of re-positioning like some high end scopes. I have one of these on a 270, and one on a 308. I zeroed dead on at 100 yds, 200 yds is on at the line just below the center of the cross hairs, and 300 yds is on at the next hash mark. Seeing 300 yds in good detail is very easy. When shooting, I consistently saw the bullet trace when shooting 300 yds. Only reason I didn't shoot farther is because the range ended at 300 yds. Definitely on par with a Leupold, but cheaper