Vortex Crossfire II 3-9x40 Riflescope
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:Increases 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: 1-inch diameter.
- Single-Piece Tube: Constructed from a solid block of aircraft-grade aluminum for strength and rigidity.
- 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 the riflescope 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 low-glare matte finish helps camouflage the shooter's position.
- Capped Reset Turrets: Allow re-indexing of the turret to zero after sighting in the riflescope. Caps provide external protection for turret.
- Fast Focus Eyepiece: Allows quick and easy reticle focusing.
- Q. What Size Scope Rings For Vortex Crossfire II?
A. 1"- Please see our slection on 1" Scope Rings
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|Objective Lens Diameter||40 mm|
|Eye Relief||3.8 inches|
|Field of View||34.1-12.6 ft/100 yds|
|Tube Size||1 inch|
Customer Ratings & Reviews
Questioning sighting in scope.
I really don't know how to review this scope. I mounted it on a Troy AR15 on 1/23/17. I took it to a -place in the desert and placed a target approx 45 to 60 yards. Shot a group so tight 3 of the rounds landed basically through the same hole. I bragged about it to my buddies, and we went to a range today, 1/25. Set targets at 25, 75, 100, and 200 yards. Shot at each target using a bench rest. The 25 yard was right on, and those further out, I couldn't get a decent grouping at all. I had my buddy, much more experience than me, and it was about the same for him. 4 to 6 inches high and 4 inches to the right. I tried adjusting but still couldn't get a decent group. We deduced that it was a problem with the ammo, Hornaday 150 grain, factory or, the shooters or the scope. We tried several adjustments, both windage, and elevation, but with approximately 60 rounds, we finally gave up for the day. I was in love with it on Monday and ready to trash it on Wednesday. Any suggestions or advice would be welcomed. I gave it five stars because I am taking most of the blame as human error.
So clear it's scary
Honestly, I don't have any scopes on any of my rifles. They are either iron sights or red dots. When I decided I wanted a 6.5 Creedmoor bolt action, I knew I would need some form of the optic. I did not realize that scopes could be so expensive! With two kids in college, dropping $1k (or even $500) was out of the question. What to do, what to do. So I began my search, and lo and behold, my favorite professional shooter Jerry Miculek happens to be sponsored by Vortex. Jerry doesn't fool around with his gear, so I figured I'd give them a look. Lifetime VIP warranty, stellar ratings, reasonable price. All pluses in my book. I ordered the scope up (along with rings) and could not be happier. The sight picture is EXTREMELY bright and the focus is razor-sharp. While others may scoff at the modest price, don't be fooled into the "more money, better" mindset. I don't mind paying more for performance, but to pay more for the same performance is just foolish, in my opinion. Give this scope a look; I think you'll be pleased you did.
My Vortex Crossfire II 3-9x40 review
This is a great scope for the price, very bright and clear field of view. I really like the BDC reticle. I put it on Remington 700 in 243 cal and used it out to 575 yards, and the scope did great. Vortex warranty could not be better.
ABSOLUTELY THE BEST Rifle Scope
Glass is very clear and easy to adjust. I have it on a 358 Winchester, and if you ask me, it is clearer than my Zeiss conquest, Leupold, and Meopta just can't say enough good things about my $150.00 scope. I did over tighten the first one that I had, but I am prone to do that from time to time, but I sent the scope back, and they said due to the over-tightening, they just sent me a new scope. Customer service is first class and very fast. I got the new scope in three days after they received it. Unbelievable!!
Can't believe the Vortex crossfire ii 3-9x40 it's that cheap
I've had Leupold, Nikon, and Pentax on my rifles over the years, and I just bought my son a Ruger .223, and the salesman recommended the Vortex 3-9x40 to put on it. I can't believe the clarity and the simplicity of adjusting. It may fly apart the next time we use it, but after the first 50 rounds I couldn't be any happier.
Crossfire II 3-9 best scope for $$. a steal
I threw this in an online cart since it was on sale and was cheap. It was just an "extra" scope I could put on something. I mounted it to my son's AR, and after I sighted it in, I moved over to shoot my AR and sight it in with my more expensive brand scope. The Vortex glass was better. Much better. I stopped shooting mine, went home, and took that scope off, and tried to decide which Vortex to order. It was hard for me to spend more on a higher-end Vortex when I liked this Crossfire II 3-9 so much. I did end up buying a Crossfire 6-24 and a Viper PST. Much more scope and things it can do, but for the money, you CAN NOT BEAT the Vortex Cross FireLine. Even if you are worried, the warrantee should be reason enough to try it. Again, I grew up hunting/ shooting some Nice top of the line scopes. I think this one is as good if not better and for less $$$. Buy one and try it! I have the BDC reticle.
Crossfire II V-Brite Reticle
Great rifle scope, I purchased the vortex crossfire ii 3-9x40 for nighttime coyote hunting, and I couldn't be happier with the reticle. Nice tiny red-dot and the brightness goes low enough for near-complete darkness without any "overflow."
Best rifle scopes value out there
Bought this vortex crossfire II 3 9x40 scope to mount on an ar15 build, for its size, weight, and price, this will not be the last vortex crossfire II I will be purchasing. Images are sharp and clear, light transmission is excellent, and the illuminated reticle is bright enough for any situation you would need an illuminated reticle, but not so bright that it is fuzzy or overbearing. I would highly recommend this scope to anyone that is on a budget that still needs a quality piece of glass.