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Burris 300232 Fastfire II Red Dot Sight, 4MOA DT Reticle Reflex Sight w/Picatinny Mount
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The FastFire dramatically increases speed and accuracy. It simplifies the act of aiming, eliminating the need to focus on and align the front sight, rear sight and target. With the FastFire, the aiming red dot and target are always in focus and properly aligned for the ultimate in accuracy.
The FastFire II provides the only fully waterproof unit in its product category.
The FastFire sight is very small, mounts very low, and weighs a mere 1.6 ounces. And it has repeatedly proven it’s toughness on the slides of high power semi-autos, on slug guns, on shotguns and on high power rifles.
The FastFire housing is made of metal for strength and durability. It’s lenses are precision ground and polished to exacting geometries to virtually eliminate parallax and to provide a very clear crisp sight picture. It is fully windage and elevation adjustable and lockable. It features both an on/off switch and a light sensor that automatically adjusts the dot’s brightness to the available light. The included plastic hood covers the light sensor and puts the unit in sleep mode when the on/off switch is set to “on.”
FastFire is powered by a lithium CR2032 battery, which is commonly available and long lasting because of the highly efficient electronics and the battery-saver mode. A battery can last as long as five years.
Special bases are available for the most common firearms.
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OPTICS - RED DOT SCOPES
4 MOA Dot
Q. What should I use to clean my optics?
A. To properly clean your optics, it is necessary to make sure any debris is carefully removed before the lenses are cleaned. This will prevent dirt and dust from dragging across the lens while cleaning which can cause surface scratches. You can use an Air can or a soft brush to remove any dirt or dust from the lenses. Then use a Q-tip with some rubbing alcohol applied to remove any remaining debris along the edge of the optics. Next, start at the center of the lens with another Q-tip and alcohol, making a small circular motion all the way to the edge to the lens. (Multiple Q-tip’s may be needed.) Next take a clean Q-tip (no alcohol applied) and remove all remaining residue from the lens. For in-the-field cleaning, we recommend using the Burris lens pen. Make sure scope caps are always used to prevent debris and scratches to lenses. Proper care will provide a lifetime of use.
Q. Can I store my weapon in my vehicle with a scope mounted?
A. Prolonged periods of time can effect your scope's seals and lubricants. Fluctuating extreme temperatures - hot and cold - can also effect your scope. Continuous vibrations on bumpy roads can also cause scope mounts and rings to loosen up, creating point-of-impact issues. Try to take your weapons into your home on a daily basis to prevent these issues.
Q. How do I focus my scope?
Your rifle scope only needs to be focused once. Each person's vision is different and the scope may need to be refocused from user to user. There are two types of eyepieces on Burris scopes. One offers a lock ring system and the other is on the end of a European style eye piece. Lock rings scopes:
Grasp the knurled eyepiece lock ring and loosen by turning the eyepiece counter-clockwise.
Turn the lock ring clockwise away from the eyepiece
Look through the scope at a white wall. Turn the eye piece until the reticle is sharp for your vision.
Look away from the scope. Now look through the scope again. If the reticle is still in focus, the process is complete. If it is not in focus, repeat steps and 3 and 4 until the scope is in focus.
When satisfied with your focus, tighten the lock ring against the eyepiece firmly. European Style Eyepiece: (Includes- Euro Diamonds, Black Diamonds, Fullfield II, Fullfield II Tactical, Fullfield 30, Fullfield TAC 30 and XTR scopes.)
Look through the scope at a white wall. Grasp the rubber eye guard at the end of your eyepiece. Turn the rubber eye guard all the way against the eyepiece clockwise. Now turn it counter-clockwise until the reticle is sharp for your vision.
Look away from the scope. Now look through the scope again. If the reticle is still in focus, the process is complete. If it is not in focus, repeat steps and 1 and 2 until the scope is in focus.
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