Burris Fullfield E1 2-7x35 Rifle Scope
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The Fullfield E1 series offers a state-of-the-art reticle with cascading windage and elevation dots for executing long-range shots in still or windy conditions out to 500 yards. Superb optical glass is precision ground and lenses are multi-coated for glare resistance and maximum efficiency in low-light hunting conditions. Fullfield E1 scopes feature a sleek profile, upgraded windage/elevation knobs and a separated power ring and eyepiece that will accept flip-up lens caps. Fullfield E1s are housed in a one-piece, stress-free tube and internal assemblies are double-spring tensioned for shock-proofing. E1s are resistant to a lifetime of field use, heavy recoil and harsh vibration, and is still protected by the Burris Forever Warranty.
Features of Burris Fullfield E1 2-7x35 Rifle Scope:
•Retains all the features Fullfield scopes are known for
•Sleek profile w/enhanced windage & elevation knobs, power ring & eyepiece that will accept flip-up lens caps
•Features the E1 etched reticle - provides a simple, uncluttered method for determining “hold-off” for wind by introducing a series of cascading dots to the left & right of the reticle to help compensate crosswinds
•Each dot represents 10 mph crosswind (+/- 1.5" @ 400 yards - For 20 mph crosswind, simply double the distance
•Large, precision ground lenses for great light transmission
•Index-matched HiLume® multicoated lenses
•Double internal springs & positive steel-on-steel adjustments for repeatable accuracy
Ballistic Plex E1™ Reticle
The Ballistic Plex E1™ reticle helps you overcome two of the biggest challenges when shooting long-distance: determining holdover at distance and hold-off for wind drift. The hash marks on the lower vertical crosshair are calibrated to provide dead-on aiming from 100 to 500 yards for many of the most common hunting cartridges. Once you have determined your distance, use the corresponding cascading dots to quickly and easily compensate for wind. Illuminated models assist in acquiring targets in low light situations.
A series of cascading dots to the left and right of the reticle help compensate for crosswinds. The dots represent a 10 MPH crosswind (+/- 1.5” at 400 yards) for most hunting cartridges. For a 5 MPH wind, halve the distance between the dot and vertical crosshair. For a 20 MPH wind, simply double the distance.