The Burris Fullfield II scope is an enhanced model of the Fullfield version. It boasts a more forgiving sharpness and eye clarity for positioning fore and aft, and left and right. Using modern alloys and machining techniques the weight has been reduced by 20%-25% without affecting durability or optical performance.
Most scopes have three or four potential leak paths in the eyepiece/power ring area. The Fullfield II has but two. These leak paths are sealed with special quad seals rather than low-tech O-rings. To change magnification, turn the entire eyepiece, which is now integral to the power ring. A European-style adjustable eyepiece is easy to use and requires no locking mechanism.
Burris has moved the adjustment system rearward to better accommodates mounting situations. Also, the eyepiece is shorter, allowing even more mounting flexibility.
The Fullfield II has also improved long-range marksmanship. The lower part of the crosshair has ballistic lines that compensate for bullet drop from 100 yards to 500 yards for many common hunting cartridges-it's called the Ballistic Plex.
This is one of the more popular scopes; it is extremely versatile and complements the finest rifles.
Specifications and Features:
50mm Clear Objective Diameter
Reticle: Ballistic Plex
Finish: Black Matte
Field of View @ 100 yards: Low/High 32-13 ft.
Exit Pupil: Low/High 16-5.3mm
Click Adj. Value (@ 100 yards): .25"
Max Adj. (@ 100 yards): 50"
Weight: 17 oz.
Optimum Eye Relief: 3.1-3.8"
Overall Length: 13.1"