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Vortex Crossfire II 3-9×40 Rifle Scope, V-Brite Reticle CF2-31025

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 4 x 12 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B00794LJSM
  • Item model number: Crossfire 3

Customer Reviews

Clear glass for the money

11 people found this helpful.
 on May 13, 2015
By Eddie
I did a lot of research on a variety of scopes and decided on this in part because of the other reviews, price, and remarks of customer satisfaction. I mounted in on an AR in .223 Wylde and took it to the range. Very clear glass with minimal eye relief issues. I was almost through the second mag when I noticed something on the crosshairs. I checked both ends of the scope and didn’t find any debris. It almost looks like a small crack on the glass somewhere. Not exactly sure what it is but it isn’t impeding my line of sight (yet). I was surprised for this to happen with a scope with such high reviews. Debating on sending it back but may take it out again and decide from there. If not for this issue I would have given it a 5 but I’m staying at 4 for now.

Great customer service!

One person found this helpful.
 on January 6, 2017
By Kaydee Colson
I ordered this scope from Camera Land before Christmas. After taking three weeks and getting caught in Christmas deliveries, I talked to Camera Land who sent me a second one ASAP so it would arrive before Christmas Day. I ended up receiving two scopes with the intent of returning one because of the delay but was so impressed with their customer service that I bought the second one as well!

Four Stars

 on April 18, 2016
By Rell
Can’t wait to go to the range

for the money and its intended purpose, it does the duty

2 people found this helpful.
 on February 27, 2016
By Dillan Broesche
on low brightness settings you can see the red dot in the center well with no other issues in a very dark setting…well, at first I had some buyers remorse, I noticed that in a dark room if you were to turn the brightness to its max setting that the scope would turn into a translucent red, the entire view of the scope turns into this blood red you can hardly see through, and in this red you can see that the scope isn’t very… “clean”,… BUT I will say this, vortex has a PHENOMINAL warranty and you may never find another company that has such a “can do” attitude, im very confident that I can contact them with my concerns and they will be corrected as soon as possible at little to no cost to me, its a great company, but at least the product I received wasn’t of the caliber id have expected, its a good product from a great company, maybe my spitfire prism 3x spoiled me…

This thing looks awesome on my Ruger 10/22

2 people found this helpful.
 on October 8, 2015
By Cosmic
This thing looks awesome on my Ruger 10/22, also have the Magpul Hunter on it with a bull barrel, it’s too cool of a gun, dead on with match rifle sub-sonic ammo to 350 yards.

Awesome Scope

21 people found this helpful.
 on October 15, 2012
By Eddie Stokes
When I started shopping for a scope I had a very specific purpose in mind. I wanted a very clear scope with a medium zoom that could be used at night. I needed an optic that would allow me to shoot coyote, foxes, and anything else eating my guinea fowl. Of course these pest where only coming around at night. I have a Leupold VX II 3 x 9 x 50 that I love but using only a yard light 200 yards away, I could make out the intended target, but not the cross hairs. The V-brite retical (illuminated dot) on the Crossfire fit the bill perfectly. The dot has 11 brightness settings, from ultra low to high. Ultra low is almost undetectable even at night. I use setting 4 for 11 pm at night coyote hunting. The dot does not overpower the target. Under bright daylight I just use the traditional cross hairs, not needing the red dot. The crosshairs are very thin and perfect for precision target shooting. The scope is very clear and bright. My Leupold is just a tad bit brighter but again my Leupold is a 50mm objective where as my Vortex is a 40mm. The focus is fast and friendly. Its hard to say how long this scope will last but with the lifetime warranty I dont see how I can go wrong. All of this for a sub $200 scope. Five stars all the way.

Vortex Crossfire II V-Brite

13 people found this helpful.
 on October 28, 2013
By D. Chambers
Stop reading this review and buy this scope Right Now!

The glass on this product is awesome. I can see out to 200 yards easily …

3 people found this helpful.
 on December 30, 2014
By tm2
I’m new to the scope world but with that being said I don’t think I’d use anything else. The glass on this product is awesome. I can see out to 200 yards easily and then some. This product won’t weigh your rifle down at all; when I got my package I almost didn’t think the scope was in it because it was so light. The red dot feature is not all that bright but it does advertise as use for low light situations. With the clarity of the glass, you wouldn’t need the red dot option unless you did plan on using it in low light situation a lot. Overall the red dot option is good to have but, if you only had just enough money to get the base option you wouldn’t be sorry. I currently have it mounted on an AR10 and the scope so far hasn’t had any issues. Even it did have issues you can’t beat their warranty.
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