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When situations demand split-second target acquisition and maximum field of view, mount up the Strikefire II and get shooting. Compared to its smaller red dot cousins like the SPARC AR or Crossfire, the Strikefire II’s larger objective and 30mm tube design provide a larger field of view, and allow it to be mounted at just about any height using most common 30mm rings. A 4 MOA dot is easy to acquire quickly, and is available in red only or user-selected red/green. From AR-15s to shotguns, the Strikefire II offers big time versatility at a price that won’t break the bank.
The lower 1/3 co-witness cantilever mount model is ideal for AR platforms, positioning the optic bore center 40 mm above the base surface.
Rated 5 out of
Perfect Red Dot For AR PlatformI bought the Strikefire for my AR-15 after several friends highly recommended it to me. It is perfect for purpose my AR-15 was built to serve as a recreational shooter and self-defense rifle. I appreciated that the cantilever mount came with the scope. I had it zeroed in about five shots at 100 yards and it hasn't lost zero for hundreds of rounds since. Before I bought this product I tried a cheaper red dot and as always, you get what you pay for. The Vortex VIP warranty is what ended up selling me on this product because I know this thing will last my entire lifetime, and if it doesn't, I know Vortex will replace it for me. My business will be going to Vortex every time from here on out.
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 3 out of
Personally, I'd go with a different opticWhen I first put it on my rifle I had the excitement that I had something more than a cheap red dot on there. Once that wore off I realized that I was not really happy. This particular optic has a lot blocking the field of view (I do use both eyes.) The dot holds zero and has over thousands of rounds. The mount it came with is great and has never came loose. I can't get past all the stuff in the way of my field of view on this optic tho. My friend has the Sparc AR for a red dot and it is great. Looking back on the purchase if I had it to do over today with the sparc ar for a red dot. I would not be truly satisfied until I had the Strike Eagle 1-6x24 for it.
Date published: 2018-03-01
Rated 3 out of
Dissappointed in Red Dot/Green Dot VersionWhile I like the looks and feel of the Strikefire II, it has some issues that need to be taken into account prior to purchase. ( I prefer it over the Sparc II as the lenses are bigger for a better sight picture). Not to mention that it looks quite nice on my M&P 15-22. I purchased the Red Dot/Green Dot version. I zero'd the Red Dot at 25 yards and the grouping was really good. But when I switched to the Green Dot mode, the average grouping moved to 1.5 inches high and 1 inch to the left of the Red Dot zero. At 50 yards, the difference was even greater. By carefully watching the dots and switching between red & green, it is apparent that they are at different aim points in the scope. I called Vortex on 2/22/16 about this discrepancy and was told that this is normal as there are two different diodes and they cannot be adjusted to coincide. You have to decide which dot you want to zero & live with the other dot being off a bit. No where in the manual, advertising, or reviews is this issue mentioned. What good is having two colored dots if you can't use them interchangeably? Had I known this prior to purchase, I most likely would have chosen the Red Dot only version or maybe something else.