Vortex Crossfire ll 2-7×32 Rifle Scope V Plex CF2-31001R

Vortex Crossfire ll 2-7x32 Rifle Scope V Plex CF2-31001R

Vortex Crossfire ll 2-7×32 Rifle Scope V Plex CF2-31001R

Vortex Crossfire ll 2-7×32 Rifle Scope CF2-31001R – Clearer. Tougher. Brighter. The popular Crossfire riflescopes are completely redesigned and built to exceed the performance standards of similarly-priced riflescopes. Longer eye relief, a fast-focus eyepiece, fully multi-coated lenses and improved, resettable MOA turrets ensure optimal performance in the field. The hard anodized one-piece aircraft-grade aluminum tube is nitrogen purged and o-ring sealed for a lifetime of waterproof/fogproof performance. The Crossfires deliver — and then some.

Vortex Crossfire ll Rifle Scope Manual

Vortex Crossfire ll 2-7×32 Rifle Scope V-Plex – Current Pricing

  • Magnification 2-7 x
  • Objective Lens Diameter 32 mm
  • Eye Relief 3.9 inches
  • Field of View 42-12.6 feet/100 yards
  • Tube Size 1 inch
  • Turret Style Capped
  • Adjustment Graduation 1/4 MOA
  • Travel per Rotation 15 MOA
  • Max Elevation Adjustment 60 MOA
  • Max Windage Adjustment 60 MOA
  • Parallax Setting 50 yards
  • Length 11.3 inches
  • Weight 14.3 ounces

Optical Features

  • 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.

Construction Features

  • Tube Size 1-inch diameter.
  • 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 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.
  • ArmorTek Ultra-hard, scratch-resistant coating protects exterior lenses from scratches, oil and dirt.
  • Capped Reset Turrets Allow re-indexing of the turret to zero after sighting in the riflescope. Caps provide external protection for turret.

Convenience Features – Fast Focus Eyepiece Allows quick and easy reticle focusing.

Vortex Crossfire ll 2-7×32 Rifle Scope V  Plex Subtensions

Vortex Crossfire ll 2-7x32 Rifle Scope V Plex Subtensions

Vortex Crossfire ll 2-7×32 Rifle Scope V Plex Subtensions

Vortex Crossfire ll 2-7×32 Rifle Scope V  Plex CF2-31001R

Its Only For a 22 – Scopes | Best 22 Scope

Diamondback 2-7x35 Rimfire Scope - Its Only For a 22

Diamondback 2-7×35 Rimfire Scope

Its Only For a 22

While walking around Cabelas I happened across a gentlemen looking at scopes with a perplexed look in his eyes. I’m helpful by nature so I struck up with a conversation with him. It’s seemed the gentlemen was after a “good 22 scope cheap”. I had to ask what his “cheap” budget was and his answer “less than $100” “because its only for a 22“. Now perplexed by his response I asked what he meant by “Its Only For a 22“. Apparently in his mind there was some correlation between a firearm that shoots inexpensive ammo and the need for an inexpensive scope.We had a bit of a discussion and I soon came to realize that he was not interested in a “good 22 scope cheap” he was simply interested in a cheap 22 scope with little regard to quality, reliability, repeatability and longevity. Disappointed I walked away. I thought about this conversation most of my 40 minute ride home. I didn’t dwell on it because of this one guy but rather I dwelled on it because I hear it often in stores and on the RIMFIRE WORLD FORUM. If you the reader also subscribe to this line of thought please do not be offended by my opinion on the subject and what I write below. I simply would like to offer up a different point of view and some points to consider.

To begin first and foremost buy what you can afford. Don’t spend money you don’t have! however when your budgeting for a new gun you should always consider the cost of the scope and scope mount if they will be a requirement for your type of shooting. Your being dishonest with yourself if you don’t. Also as a general rule of thumb when possible spend about as much on the scope as you do the gun. That is a common rule of thumb not just mine but I do believe it appropriate. Now for the “its only for a 22” statement. Somewhere along the way our minds get this idea that any old scope will work on a .22 and to some degree that’s true. However ask yourself how many rounds have you sent down range on all your centerfire firearms versus your .22’s. If your a pretty dedicated shooter chances are you have put tens of thousands of rounds through your .22’s and a fraction of that number through your centerfire firearms. It’s simple economics (and fun). Now think about this a shot from a centerfire firearms usually results in some sort of kick and recoil and no matter what caliber it’s certainly more than a .22. Now here’s the rub. Whats worse on a scope one thousand rounds of .223 or ten thousand rounds of .22? Basically it’s like comparing a jackhammer to a sledge hammer. Both are going to break stuff or in our case break scopes, loosen crosshairs and scope mounts. Do not underestimate the tiny recoil of a .22 or an air rifle for that matter. That recoil really simply translates into a lot of vibration and we all know vibration is very good at moving things and making them fall apart. Scopes are not immune. Don’t get me wrong I have bought my fair share of cheap scopes just to see how they compare to buying the proper scope and I have learned a few things along the way. Most cheap scopes once adjusted will keep you on target. That said I have noticed canted reticles, reticles too thick for anything other than shooting cans, illumination that’s too bright on the lowest settings, a lack of repeatability on returning to zero, internals loosening up and debris floating  around inside the scopes. Basically I got what I paid for in an $80-$129 scope.

Now here’s the thing as I write this in early 2016. The major scope manufacturers such as Nikon, Leupold and Vortex have been paying attention and are currently offering their lowest cost scopes ever. While not as cheap as the cheap scopes they are typically leaps and bound better than the no name imports. Heck a Vortex for $125 with a lifetime warranty is actually a pretty good deal in my book. See below.

Our VIP warranty is about you, not us. It’s about taking care of you after the sale.

VIP stands for a Very Important Promise to you, our customer. We will repair or replace your Vortex product in the event it becomes damaged or defective—at no charge to you. If we cannot repair your product, we will replace it with a product in perfect working order of equal or better physical condition.

You see, it doesn’t matter how it happened, whose fault it was, or where you purchased it. You can count on the VIP Warranty for all Vortex Optics riflescopes, prism scopes, red dots, rangefinders, binoculars, spotting scopes, tripods, and monoculars.

  • Unlimited Lifetime Warranty
  • Fully transferable
  • No warranty card to fill out
  • No receipt needed to hang on to

If you ever have a problem, no matter the cause, we promise to take care of you.


Leupold FX-I Rimfire 4x28mm 22 Scope

Leupold FX-I Rimfire 4x28mm Fine Duplex Scope https://rimfireworld.com

Leupold FX-I Rimfire 4x28mm Fine Duplex Scope with Warne Scope Mounts Low Matte Quick Detach Rings (1-Inch)

We recently purchased the Leupold FX-I Rimfire 4x28mm 22 Scope as part of our KIDD 10-22 RIFLE PROJECT. The choice of the 4x fixed power magnification Leupold 22 scope was completely based on a case of less is more. The Kidd 10-22 is a light, fast and precise 22 semi automatic rifle. For our purposes there is no need for an illuminated reticle. There is no need  for a 22 scope whose magnification come with a substantial size and weight penalty. We do not need enough magnification to shoot the butt off a fly at 100 yards. The 4x magnification of the Leupold FX-I Rimfire 4x28mm 22 Scope allows us precision at the ranges we shoot while also allowing us to track moving targets easily and with typical Leupold brightness and crystal clarity. Set it and forget. This Leupold fixed power 22 scope should last a lifetime and is an outstanding value at $199 in the link below.

The Leupold FX-I Rimfire 4x28mm 22 Scope  was developed specifically for rimfire shooters. The Leupold FX-I 22 Scope has parallax set at 60 yards which is perfect for rimfire shooting.

Leupold FX-I Rimfire 4x28mm Fine Duplex Scope Features:

  • 1/4 MOA windage and elevation adjustments
  • Multicoat 4 lens system
  • Waterproof, fogproof, shockproof
  • Leupold’s Full Lifetime Guarantee
Leupold FX-I Rimfire 4x28mm 22 Scope Fine Duplex Reticle www.rimfireworld.com

Leupold FX-I Rimfire 4x28mm 22 Scope Fine Duplex Reticle

Leupold FX-I Rimfire 4x28mm Fine Duplex Scope Technical Information

  • Tube Diameter: 1″
  • Objective Bell Diameter: 36 mm
  • Ocular Bell Diameter: 36mm
  • Adjustment Click Value: 1/4″
  • Eye Relief: 4.5 “
  • Exit Pupil Diameter: 7 mm
  • Field of View at 100 Yards:  25.5? @ 4x

Primary Arms 6X 22 Scope | Primary Arms 22 Scope

Primary Arms 6X 22 Scope - rimfireworld.com

Primary Arms 6X 22 Scope – Primary Arms 6X Scope with ACSS 22LR Reticle PA6X32-22LR


It’s not often a new scope comes along that makes you think “Why didn’t I think of that?”. Well that is exactly how I feel about the Primary Arms 6X 22 Scope with ACSS 22LR Reticle PA6X32-22LR. Typically scopes either have a traditional crosshair setup, a dot, a post or a reticle based on the intended target. This scope falls into the latter category but what sets it apart from others and makes this scope interesting and fun is that the reticle is based on typical .22 plinking targets. These targets include clay pigeons, soda cans, bottles and the smallest game.

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Primary Arms 6X Scope with ACSS 22LR Reticle PA6X32-22LR Instructions

Primary Arms 6X 22 Scope – Primary Arms 6X Scope with ACSS 22LR Reticle PA6X32-22LR 

ACSS® (Advanced Combined Sighting System) is a giant leap forward in reticle design that utilizes bullet drop compensation correlated with range estimation and wind holds in one simple system. The ACSS ® reticle increases first hit ratio and decreases time on target. This scope is specifically designed for 22LR rifles, range clays, cans, bottles, and more! It is the perfect optic for plinking or hunting.


  • Tube Diameter: 1″
  • Magnification: 6X
  • Exit Pupil: 5.2mm
  • Eye Relief: 3.2″
  • Field of View: 17.5 ft @ 100 yds
  • Click Value: 1/4 MOA
  • Waterproof
  • Fog resistant
  • Black anodized matte finish
  • Length: 9.25″
  • Weight: 12 oz
  • Protective bikini covers included
  • Three-year manufacturer warranty

Primary Arms 6X 22 Scope