Burris FastFire 2
The Burris FastFire Red Dot Reflex sight is the most versatile red dot sight on the market. Mount it on your favorite handgun, shotgun or hunting rifle for greater accuracy and faster target acquisition. You wont need to worry about sight alignment, eye dominance or finding your target. Just put the red dot on your target and pull the trigger.
Compact and lightweight, the FastFire wont affect the balance or handling, plus it offers unlimited eye relief, parallax-free 1x magnification and simple operation.
Features and Benefits of the Burris FastFire 2:
- 4-MOA dot size
- Bright-red dot allows for fast target acquisition and easy aiming
- Includes Picatinny mount for mounting on rifles, handguns, and tactical shotguns
- Compact and lightweight, so it won’t affect firearm balance or handling
- 1x magnification allows both-eyes-open shooting, for enhanced awareness and target acquisition
- Parallax-free, for better accuracy
- Mounts to almost anything—including handguns, rifles, and shotguns—using Burris mounting systems
- Automatic brightness sensor adjusts brightness to match the environmental conditions
- Windage and elevation adjustments make fine-tuning easy
- High-grade optical glass provides excellent brightness and clarity, with lasting durability
- Index-matched, Hi-Lume® multicoating provides low-light performance and glare elimination
- Shockproof design stands up to years of punishing recoil
- CR2032 battery included
- Comes with our Burris Forever Warranty™
The distinction between inferior quality and premium red dot sight is undeniable. At MSP, we only offer optics from the most trusted brands like Burris. Buy with confidence that we stand behind the product we sell.
|Description||4 MOA dot, includes picatinny mount|
|Reticles||FastFire™ 4-MOA Dot|
|Clear Objective Lens Diameter||21x15 mm|
|Elevation Adjustment, Total Capability||115 MOA|
|Windage Adjustment||86 MOA|
|Illumination Control||Automatic brightness adjustment|
|Illumination Settings||Automatic setting reactive to environment|
Customer Ratings & Reviews
This red dot sight is great!
This Burris FastFire 2 sight is great! I mounted it on my Sig Sauer 1911-22, and this sight took my gun to the next level. I was a little nervous that the extra weight on the slide of my .22 pistol might cause it to jam or not cycle properly, but this thing is so lightweight it didn't affect the function at all. Just loosen up the two lock screws on the back of the sight, make the proper adjustments (up/down, left/right), then tighten the two lock screws back down & it holds its zero perfectly. I highly recommend this sight!
Sighting in that Fastfire
Sighting in that Burris Fastfire II red-dot on my old .45-70 was a hoot. Twelve shots before I could even hit any paper. I was bouncing rounds off water puddles and rocks for the first 6 shots. I finally brought the target into 10 yards, only then was I able to get it on paper. Moved it to 25 yards, for fine-tuning. Actually, once everything was locked in place, I fired two rounds. I thought the second shot missed completely. I was really pissed off, so I walked downrange to double-check the target... both hits were in the same hole by 1/8" edge. Then moved to 50 yards where red dot covers the whole target... but was still fairly accurate at 1". It has very limited use for hunting, but for personal protection should be excellent.
I have three of these Burris red dot sights
I have three of these Burris red dot sights, one on a 9mm, 40 S&W, and a one on a Browning BPS turkey gun that has shot many rounds of 3.5" mag.All have sighted in easy, have never lost point of impact and the red dot is always the right brightnes in daylight or darkness. I highly recommend this product.
mounted Taurus model 627
I mounted my Burris FastFire 2 sight on a Taurus model 627 Tracker 357 magnum revolver. It worked very well for me, and I'm thrilled with the performance so far. I, like some other shooters, found the dot to be a bit bright and would bloom in very bright ambient light. The fix, as I have read in other reviews, is quite simple. I just put a small tab of white electrical tape over the light sensor on the front of the sight. If it's still too bright for your taste, add another layer. The sight cover was a little loose, but those little tabs of tape served the dual purpose of tightening it up to an excellent snug fit. It takes a little practice to find the dot rapidly, but one would have the same problem with a pistol scope. Easy to shoot with both eyes open and has been a great help for my rather poor vision. No more fuzzy iron sights for me.
Love it on my Ruger 22/45
I was delighted how easy it was to mount and zero the Burris FastFire 2 Mine is mounted on a Ruger Picatinny rail. I like the Lock feature for windage and range adjustments. A disc marked in MOA divisions is provided to aid in zeroing point of impact. The disc slides on to the provided screwdriver. However, I found its use to be awkward and imprecise. I adjusted POI by relating orientation of the slot of the adjustment screws to the face of a clock. I'm interested in only short distances---mostly 50-100ft, but I'm thrilled with its performance. I've used the sight shooting into bright sunshine, and in the shade, the auto-circuit adjusting brightness of the aiming dot is perfect. It is tiny and light--great for a pistol. I also plan to use it on a crossbow.