Vortex Crossfire II 1-4x24 Riflescope - V-Brite (MOA) Reticle
With long eye relief, a fast-focus eyepiece, fully multi-coated lenses and resettable MOA turrets, there's no compromising on the Vortex Crossfire II. Clear, tough and bright, this riflescope hands other value-priced Rifle Scopes their hat. The hard anodized single-piece aircraft-grade aluminum tube is nitrogen purged and o-ring sealed for waterproof/fogproof performance.
Features and Benefits of the Vortex Crossfire II 3-9x40:
- Fully Multi-Coated - Proprietary coatings increase light transmission with multiple anti-reflective coatings on all air-to-glass surfaces.
- Second Focal Plane Reticle - Scale of reticle maintains the same ideally-sized appearance. Listed reticle subtensions used for estimating range, holdover and wind drift correction are accurate at the highest magnification.
- Tube Size - 30 mm diameter provides maximized internal adjustment and strength.
- Single-Piece Tube - Maximizes alignment for improved accuracy and optimum visual performance, as well as ensures strength and waterproofness.
- Aircraft-Grade Aluminum - Constructed from a solid block of aircraft-grade aluminum for strength and rigidity.
- Waterproof - O-ring seals prevent moisture, dust and debris from penetrating for reliable performance in all environments.
- Fogproof - Nitrogen gas purging prevents internal fogging over a wide range of temperatures.
- Shockproof - Rugged construction withstands recoil and impact.
- Hard Anodized Finish - Highly durable hard-coat anodization provides a low-glare matte surface and helps camouflage the shooter's position.
- Capped Reset Turrets - Allow quick re-indexing of the turret (no tool needed) to zero after sighting in the riflescope. Caps provide external protection for turret.
- Fast Focus Eyepiece - Allows quick and easy reticle focusing.
V-Brite Illuminated Reticle (MOA)
Uses the V-Plex format along with battery-powered electronics to illuminate the center dot for better low-light performance. Good for hunters/shooters during extra-low light conditions.
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|Objective Lens Diameter||24 mm|
|Eye Relief||4.0 inches|
|Field of View||96.1-24.1 feet/100 yards|
|Tube Size||30 mm|
Customer Ratings & Reviews
My vortex crossfire ii 1 4x24 review
The Vortex is the perfect match to my Ruger Scout Rifle in 308. The little lighted dot was exactly what I wanted as, for some reason, this is the fastest sight for me. Range testing proved that with a normal over chamber mounting, the Rifle/Scope combination produced MOA at 50 and 100 yards. Ammo was Fiocchi 150 grain factory soft points.
would buy again
Once mounted and sighted, you just pull up on target, and it is there. It certainly isn't a long-range scope, but for old tired eyes, it is the whip. I like that at 1 power you can keep both eyes open. No distortion. Beautiful thing. Use on an ar.
Great for the money
This scope was purchased for my trusty old 336 marlin in 35 Remington. It's very thick and brushy where it will be used. The uncluttered fine line reticle, with the small red dot , which is adjustable for brightness, is just about perfect for short range. It's all sighted in and ready to go after the big bucks. Yes, I do have scopes with better glass, but I am impressed with the quality of this scope for what I paid.
I LOVE this Vortex Crossfire ii 1 4x24
I'm almost 40 and have been shooting since I was 6; I love to shoot and shoot a lot, it's my equivalent to going to the golf course, and I own about 25 firearms. I have used a lot of different scopes over the years, but this is my first low powered scope that goes down to 1x; I bought it because I had been using a 3-9x power scope on my .223 and didn't like that much magnification for shooting at short range 25 yards and less (I've always preferred open sights at that distance) so then I tried a red dot on the .223. I like the red dot a lot for short-range; however, at over 25 yards, I want to have some magnification; it seems like 50 yards is the distance where magnification is a game-changer. Anyways I had no idea what I was missing with low-powered scopes. WOW, I LOVE being able to go down to 1x, and you don't need more than 4x unless you're going out far. This scope is crystal clear, and one thing essential is it is an HONEST 1x power. I did a lot of research before buying it and beware a lot of scopes out there say 1x-(whatever), BUT a lot of the companies fudge the numbers, and they are not a real 1x power, you can't quickly put the scope to your eye with both eyes open on the scopes that are not honest 1x power without some distortion. Before buying this, I was about to buy a Leopold VX-2 1-4x but discovered it was a 1.4x even though Leupold says 1x. With this scope, you do get the same feel as a red dot at 1x with both eyes open and the benefit of ample magnification out to 100+ yards, and I LOVE it. Next, I'm going to put a bunch of these on firearms. I typically shoot 100 yards and under like my Ruger 10/22 .22 LR, and I also have a 44 magnum rifle and 357 magnum rifle; this scope is also perfect for a handgun caliber rifle, even a 9mm carbine. In my opinion, the 3-9x scopes have way too much magnification for short-range work, especially if you're going to use it defensively and the bad guy is moving.
Don't let the price fool you great piece for the money
I needed to put optics on 3 of my guns; I have always used Trijicon and Leupold only on my other pieces. My friend let me use his savage 308, and it had a vortex on it, and I was amazed how well it worked. It is crystal clear and priced well below the competitors. I bought two and have had nothing but positive things to say about it. Their warranty is also excellent, but I have not had to use it yet. Other reviews say it's a little dim in daylight conditions, but that did not seem to b a problem with mine. People need to know exactly the correct optic to use for each situation and gun type; they seem to have a great variety for all applications. Vortex made me a fan of their optics and soon will b adding two more to my collection .to date, about 7500 rounds went downrange and still has the original battery and not one problem.
Vortex = Great scope and Great company!
I have run this scope on my AR for approximately three years and had no problems until I noticed a tiny speck of debris on the inside of the lens; accuracy was not hindered what so ever but I decided to send it back to Vortex for inspection I gave them a call, and the rep sent my an e-mail in about a minute with instructions, mailed the scope in Monday and have it back in my hands on Saturday! The scope looks great. Debris has been cleaned, scope inspected, and good as new. Vortex made this painless for me, I won't soon forget.
The Crossfire II 1 4x24 is a Excellent Value with Illuminated Reticle
I'm a big fan of scopes with illuminated reticles and own others from Leupold, Hawke, and Sig Sauer. If I could afford anything I wanted, I'd buy all high $$ stuff, but I cannot. This scope is a no-brainer at it's price point, and I'm thrilled with the overall quality & performance. I have it mounted on a Marlin .444P which, along with the 265gr Superformance loads, has a good bit of recoil. The scope is quite obviously up to the task and performed very well at the range and also while hunting this season. I used it to take a large Kentucky 10 point at about 15 mins before SR. Highly recommend for someone wanting a short to intermediate-range scope with an illuminated reticle, not spending $400-$700. I will likely buy another one to put on another of my Marlin medium bore lever rifles.
Vortex = Great scope and Great company!
I have run this scope on my AR for approximately three years and had no problems until I noticed a speck of debris on the inside of the lens; accuracy was not hindered what so ever but I decided to send it back to Vortex for inspection. I gave them a call, and the rep sent me an e-mail in about a minute with instructions, mailed the scope in Monday, and have it back in my hands on Saturday! The scope looks excellent. Debris has been cleaned, scope inspected, and good as new. Vortex made this painless for me; I won't soon forget.