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MSRP: $199.99
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Crossfire II 2-7x32 Scout Scope is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 24.
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Crossfire® II 2-7x32 Scout Scope

Versatile, practical, utilitarian, and just plain cool—Scout rifles hold a special place in many hunters and shooters hearts. So we created a scope specifically designed to optimize the performance characteristics of the platform. With an incredibly generous 9.45” eye relief to accommodate forward mounting, and a 2-7 zoom range, the Vortex Scout Scope is the perfect optic for any job you and your scout rifle want to throw at it.


Dual use for Shooting Tactical / Hunting


VIP Warranty Nitrogen Purged Waterproof
Magnification2-7 x
Objective Lens Diameter32 mm
Eye Relief9.45
Field of View18.3-5.2 feet/100 yards
Tube Size1"
Turret StyleCapped
Adjustment Graduation1/4 MOA
Travel per Rotation15 MOA
Max Elevation Adjustment60 MOA
Max Windage Adjustment60 MOA
Parallax Setting100 yards
Length10.5 inches
Weight12 oz
Product Manual (PDF)Download
Included in the Box
  • Removable lens covers
  • Lens cloth

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.
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.
Magnification2-7 x
Objective Lens Diameter32 mm
Eye Relief9.45
Field of View18.3-5.2 feet/100 yards
Tube Size1"
Turret StyleCapped
Adjustment Graduation1/4 MOA
Travel per Rotation15 MOA
Max Elevation Adjustment60 MOA
Max Windage Adjustment60 MOA
Parallax Setting100 yards
Length10.5 inches
Weight12 oz
Product Manual (PDF)Download

Crossfire II 2-7x32 Scout Scope Dimensions

Lengths
L1 L2 L3 L4
10.5 2.1 1.6 5.0
Heights
H1 H2
1.53 1.61

Dimensions measured in inches.

V-Plex Reticle

This is the single best, and most popular, all-purpose hunting reticle. Intended for a wide variety of hunting applications.

Subtension detail for the Crossfire II 2-7x32 Scout riflescope with V-Plex reticle. >

Rated 4 out of 5 by from Better Than My Previous Scout Scope I purchased this scope to replace my Leatherwood scout scope. This is by far better but leaves some to be desired as when you change magnification your eye relief seems to change significantly. I think Vortex makes quality products and this initial venture into the scout scope arena will only be improved upon. This scope works well on my m1a scout but I won't be opposed to upgrading to a future Vortex scout scope perhaps with Diamondback glass, an mil reticle or something with a v-brite as well. My ideal scout scope would be a diamondback or viper class with mil reticle and a v-brite dot in 2-7x30.. That would be an amazing rig for scout scope enthusiasts.
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic scope for the money There aren't many variable power scout scopes still manufactured today. Decided to give this a go, and have been very impressed. Easy to zero, great optics quality even out to 500 metres for pig size targets. The scope holds zero perfectly, even after 100 rounds of .308. Quality definitely exceeds the price tag! The only negative points are the dimensions, where the occular bell housing is bigger than the objective bell housing. So you might need medium rings instead of low, and mount it slightly higher as a result.
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent extended eye relief scope. I recently bought a Vortex crossfire II 2-7 Scout and installex it on my M1 Carbine for my son to use for the youth deer weekend. The optics were very clear and the scope was easy to zero. With a couple trips to range for my son to get used to extended eye relief, he was able to shoot so the holes were touching at 50y. On Saturday evening, he got his chance on a doe and the Vortex scope enabled him to put a precise shot to the heart for an ethical kill. This experience has made me a true fan of Vortex.
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent scout scope! I recently purchased two of the Crossfire Scout scopes. One for my CVA muzzle loading pistol, and one for my Mauser scout rifle. Excellent scope for the money! Only reason I can't give it four stars is because the eye relief decreases as power increases above 4X. But since these are used in short range hunting weapons, and most shots will will likely be 50 yards or less, they will never be set above 4x anyway. They will likely be set to 2x.
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Product, Superb Results I have the Crossfire II 2-7x32 Scouts Scope on my Ruger Gunsite Scout for a while now. When I initially purchased the glass I was a little nervous as I hadn't heard much about Vortex. After a little research and the unbeatable warranty I pulled the trigger. I use scout rifles for everything from deer to pig and had always had trouble with reliable optics. The first thing I noticed when u boxing this scope was sleek precision with which it was made and it's ruggedness. After mounting it with Vortex's medium height rings I took it out back and began to zero it. The accuracy of the MOA adjustments made it a breeze to zero at 100yds. Fast forward 2 dozen hunts, a couple flights as checked luggage, and countless hours trampling through the woods and it's zero has remained unfazed. I am a Vortex man for life now and even sing their praises to those that'll listen. Their product quality, unmatched warranty, and reasonable prices make Vortex my new official company for optics.
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Great disappointment I purchased this product in September 2016 to be used on a Springfield Armory M1a Socom 2. I ended up returning the scope to the dealer in November 2016. Never got around to write a review, but it looks like there has been no improvement in the product, so here it is. A few numbers: Rifle: SA M1A Socom II Rings : Weaver Tactical High Load: 40 gr of IMR 3031 Velocity: approx 2540 fps Bullet: 30 cal BT 150 gr (WIDENER) I have Vortex optics on all my rifles, be it scopes or red dots, and I cannot speak highly enough of them. I work at a gun range and I recommend them to my customers, so I had great expectations for this... HOWEVER... I shot the rifle both at 25 yds and 100 yds, it consistently grouped abou 6 MOA high. Elevation on the scope was bottomed out, I called Vortex and they were no help, even though it seems to be a recurring issue with this scope. All Vortex could say is that I need a scope with more travel..DUH! Very disappointed in the product and customer service.
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect Mauser Scope Got this scope to put on my Czech VZ24 Mauser that I did not want to drill and tap as the receiver I had came with good original markings on it. Simple non-destructive aftermarket scope mount was put where the rear sight was (removed and can be replaced). This placement allowed for installation of this scope with perfect eye relief for the Mauser. The surprising thing which I figured would be too much to ask for was the use of stripper clips. Amazingly, I am able to use stripper clips with no clearance issues. For all intents and purposes, this scope only adds to the Mauser and takes away nothing; balance is maintained (not forward heavy). For the price, you could not find a better scope that is perfect for a stock Mauser.
Date published: 2017-07-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Vortex consistently beats out scopes twice the price This is my third Vortex scope and won't go back to any other product. You can't beat the value, clarity, and low light performance for the price. The warranty is just another bonus. This scope is perfect for my Ruger Gunsite Scout.
Date published: 2017-06-15
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I own a Marlin 1895 GS in 45/70 govt. It has a picatinny rail with ghost ring sight. I am getting older and my vision is not what it was. What type of mounts do you recommend with a quick release or_______ for the Vortex crossfire II scope. Thank you.

Asked by: Nuketen
Give us a call at 800-426-0048 ext 5, our recommendation would depend on what Crossfire II scope you are mounting.
Answered by: Mike at Vortex Optics
Date published: 2017-10-11

Looking to pair this with a Ruger Mini-14, with the Ultimak Scout rail setup.  Should I go with low, or medium height rings?  If I opt for quick release, should I go with the Leopold QRW low, or medium. Thanks!

Asked by: BJAX
I recommend a set of medium height rings for your setup.
Answered by: Mike at Vortex Optics
Date published: 2017-09-05

There have been a couple question in regards to mounting crossfire II scout on M1a, You recommend the Viper medium height rings, Do you list these rings on the website (I cannot locate)? Can you use iron sights with the medium height?

Asked by: Frosty
We have renamed our Viper rings, they are now our Pro Rings. You would not be able to use your iron sights with a scope mounted however.
Answered by: Mike at Vortex Optics
Date published: 2017-08-30

I have a Springfield m1a socom 16 and I am planning on pairing this optic with it. Would the medium mount hunter rings be a good match for this setup?

Asked by: Steve
I recommend our medium height Viper rings for your setup, they will be a better quality ring than the Hunter rings.
Answered by: Mike at Vortex Optics
Date published: 2017-08-14

Are there plans to add any other reticle for this scope? Does Vortex have another scout scope or plans for a another one?

Asked by: EGS5
I am not aware of any plans to make another reticle for this scope, or to make another scout scope.
Answered by: Mike at Vortex Optics
Date published: 2017-07-25

I'm using a shooting app that wants to know   the power that the reticle is calibrated for (ranging magnification)  Thanks Jeff 

Asked by: Sabrescan
The reticle is calibrated at max magnification on this scope.
Answered by: Mike at Vortex Optics
Date published: 2017-07-25

I saw a recommendation for Viper medium for M1A SOCOM 16, but low for Scout Squad. I didn't know there was different mounts. Are those recommendations correct? Also, would I be able to see the iron sights with see through Hunter high rings w/ Scout Squad?

Asked by: EGS5
The medium height Viper rings will work the best to mount your scope on the forward rail. I do not recommend using the high Hunter rings as they will raise the scope too high to see through the scope while having a good cheek weld on your stock.
Answered by: Mike at Vortex Optics
Date published: 2017-07-25

I have a Marlin 336 with the Ghost ring XS system rail. it gives me ample room to get the 9.5 Relief required . Recommendations For a see through mount so I can use the rings sometime and maybe a single rail above or offside for venom red dot attachment??

Asked by: KAS3Percent
I do not recommend see through scope rings as they will mount the scope too high to get a good cheek weld which will cause inaccuracy. If you wanted to mount a Venom on a 45 degree mount, you can use this: http://www.vortexoptics.com/product/red-dot-mount-45.
Answered by: Mike at Vortex Optics
Date published: 2017-07-24
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Better Than My Previous Scout Scope I purchased this scope to replace my Leatherwood scout scope. This is by far better but leaves some to be desired as when you change magnification your eye relief seems to change significantly. I think Vortex makes quality products and this initial venture into the scout scope arena will only be improved upon. This scope works well on my m1a scout but I won't be opposed to upgrading to a future Vortex scout scope perhaps with Diamondback glass, an mil reticle or something with a v-brite as well. My ideal scout scope would be a diamondback or viper class with mil reticle and a v-brite dot in 2-7x30.. That would be an amazing rig for scout scope enthusiasts.
Date published: 2017-06-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Found what I was looking for I have a 1942 vintage Winchester Model 94 chambered in .32 WS that belonged to my grandfather. As my eyes aged, I found that the open sights were no longer working for me, but I didn't want to try to gunsmith scope mounts onto this classic lever gun. After recently discovering Pearson's no-drill tactical rail that was created for this very gun, I went looking for a Scout scope to mount on it. The Crossfire is perfect, provides great eye relief to clear the top eject, and the quality is a great value for the money.
Date published: 2017-06-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Vortex Scout 2-7x32 - ultimate Scout rifle scope Aloha! I researched for a scout rifle scope to place on my mini 30 for some time. The choices I had included Burris, Leupold and Vortex scopes. I chose the Vortex Scout because it had great reviews and the price point was excellent. Once mounted the scope has been a pleasure to use. The glass is clear and the eye relief spot on. I would purchase this product again. The warranty on all Vortex products is also excellent. I own vortex binoculars, red dots and the Scout. I will look into the HST and or Razor LH for a future build. Mahalo!
Date published: 2017-06-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect! Forward mounted the Crossfire II 2-7x32mm Scout on my Ruger Mini-14. This is a perfect pairing for a "scout" rifle. With ~10" of eye relief, I can scan the target area with both eyes open for a "picture-in-picture" view, and with a twitch focus on the reticle and place the shot. 32mm objective and medium ring set keep the cheek position only slightly higher than the hard sight position. Mount location also keeps the scope clear of the ejection port. Thank you Vortex for making the perfect scope for this application!
Date published: 2017-06-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic scope for the money There aren't many variable power scout scopes still manufactured today. Decided to give this a go, and have been very impressed. Easy to zero, great optics quality even out to 500 metres for pig size targets. The scope holds zero perfectly, even after 100 rounds of .308. Quality definitely exceeds the price tag! The only negative points are the dimensions, where the occular bell housing is bigger than the objective bell housing. So you might need medium rings instead of low, and mount it slightly higher as a result.
Date published: 2017-06-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A great scout scope I was looking for a good inexpensive scout scope for my Marlin 336 with scout rail. Gave this a shot and I've been VERY pleased with it. It now my favorite scope. I own a Vortex red dot, but this is my first Vortex Scope. I will defiantly be checking out more of their scopes for my other rifles.
Date published: 2017-06-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent extended eye relief scope. I recently bought a Vortex crossfire II 2-7 Scout and installex it on my M1 Carbine for my son to use for the youth deer weekend. The optics were very clear and the scope was easy to zero. With a couple trips to range for my son to get used to extended eye relief, he was able to shoot so the holes were touching at 50y. On Saturday evening, he got his chance on a doe and the Vortex scope enabled him to put a precise shot to the heart for an ethical kill. This experience has made me a true fan of Vortex.
Date published: 2017-06-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent scout scope! I recently purchased two of the Crossfire Scout scopes. One for my CVA muzzle loading pistol, and one for my Mauser scout rifle. Excellent scope for the money! Only reason I can't give it four stars is because the eye relief decreases as power increases above 4X. But since these are used in short range hunting weapons, and most shots will will likely be 50 yards or less, they will never be set above 4x anyway. They will likely be set to 2x.
Date published: 2017-06-07
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