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Author Topic: vortex crossfireII 4x12x50mm  (Read 355 times)

Offline yari

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vortex crossfireII 4x12x50mm
« on: July 06, 2017, 10:17:24 AM »
i think Bo likes these scopes. maybe he will chime in between his RNR --099-780 (sorry, figured that might get your attention)

they are on sale at cabelas for $120. seems like a good price
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Re: vortex crossfireII 4x12x50mm
« Reply #1 on: July 06, 2017, 02:29:03 PM »
I have a Crossfire II in a 3X9X40mm and really like it. That's a good price Bo will give you a thumbs up...
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Re: vortex crossfireII 4x12x50mm
« Reply #2 on: July 07, 2017, 11:20:49 PM »
When Vortex first open its doors, they ran a special at Optic Planet for $99 for a 6.5-20X, 1 inch tube Crossfire (not the Crossfire II) but their first series. It was really a very good scope for the money and kept it in the pile just in case I picked up a varmint round and needed a long range scope...but I donate it to the Summerblast 2015 along with some Vortex Diamondback Binoculars (man what was I thinking, these are very good binoculars) Bugfixer ended up with the highest bid....

When the Crossfire II come out, it was even better than their first Crossfire I got my first of six that I currently own today..their 2-7X x 33mm is very good and equals the VX1 and VX2 scopes from Leupold, and you guys know how much I like Leupold!!! So I own 6 Crossfire II scope great value for the money....interesting, Vortex told me over the phone that they do not put serial numbers on the Crossfire II scopes and if any went wrong with them, then they would just send you a new scope, no questions asked....

I went ahead and bought several Vortex Vipers scopes and a pair of their about top shelf! All of their products are very good for the money, sure they are getting more expensive with each year. But so does everyone else prices go up and up....last note, plan on getting a 26 Nosler in the next few months and have a Vortex Viper HS, 30mm tube, 4-16X with BDC reticule with the Vortex Cant Level and Burris Extreme Rings already mounted and ready for installation on the Picatinny rail that I will get or that will come on the new rifle.....   
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