Burris 1-4x24 Fullfield TAC30 Tactical Riflescope - Illuminated Ballistic CQ Reticle Details
FullField TAC30 Tactical Riflescope
For optimal situational awareness, the 1x magnification provides a super wide field-of-view and the natural ability to best use both eyes. Set the scope at 4x power and engage targets out to 600 yards.
Burris scope users tend to be pretty hardcore and even the very modestly priced Fullfield TAC 30mm scopes are up to the severe duty requirements put upon them by these hardcore shooters. These scopes feature excellent quality lenses and the highly efficient index-matched HiLume multi-coating on every lens surface to assure a bright, clear and high-resolving sight picture. Each main tube is constructed of aircraft-grade 6061T6 aluminum. Double-spring tension and an oversized ball-joint secures the hand-fitted internal zoom assembly. The adjustment systems are positive, repeatable, steel-on-steel, with audible clicks. The bottom line is unfailing shot-to-shot accuracy, no matter how extreme the conditions or how heavy a magnum with which the scope becomes partner.
Each scope is moisture-purged and injected with laboratory-grade nitrogen before the one-piece outer tube, one-piece eyepiece/power ring and the Burris-exclusive quad seals take their turn in keeping it that way. TAC-2 Low Profile Knobs are easy to operate, very reliable, and are resettable to zero once sighted in. These scopes are welcome on long hikes, weighing in at 25% to 50% less than many other scopes in their class. Warranty? You bet. Even at this modest price point each Fullfield TAC 30 carries the famous Burris Forever Warranty.
TAC-2 Low Profile Tactical Adjustment Knobs
TAC-2 Adjustment Knobs have set a standard for operational ease, rapid accessibility and low profile. The radial dial helps indicate at which revolution the knob has been rotated. By having four scales of reference, the shooter can always see one of them, whatever his shooting position may be.
Once the rifle has been sighted in, TAC-2 knobs can be set to zero by loosening the three set screws, rotating the knobs where you want them, then tightening the set screws.