Vortex 4-12x44 Crossfire II Riflescope (Dead-Hold BDC)

BH #VOCF412X44DH • MFR #CF2-31015
Vortex 4-12x44 Crossfire II Riflescope (Dead-Hold BDC)
Key Features
  • 4.0-12.0 Magnification, 44mm Objective
  • Fast Focus Eyepiece
  • Fully Multicoated Optics
  • 1" Diameter Tube Design
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The 4-12x44 Crossfire II Riflescope (Dead-Hold BDC) from Vortex Optics is a cost-effective yet durable variable power riflescope. The 4-12x magnification is ideal for close and mid-range hunting and target practice. A nitrogen purged and o-ring sealed aluminum housing is built to perform in driving rain and extreme humidity. This model of the Crossfire II is configured with a Dead-Hold BDC reticle and low-profile capped windage/elevation turrets. A fast focus eyepiece, fully multicoated optics, and generous eye relief make the Crossfire II a full-featured scope for sportsmen.
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Vortex Crossfire II Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Dead-Hold BDC
  • 3Anti-Reflective Lens Coating
  • 4Rugged Construction
  • 5VIP Unconditional Warranty

The 4-12x44 Crossfire II Riflescope (Dead-Hold BDC) from Vortex Optics is a cost-effective yet durable variable power riflescope. The 4-12x magnification is ideal for close and mid-range hunting and target practice. A nitrogen purged and o-ring sealed aluminum housing is built to perform in driving rain and extreme humidity. This model of the Crossfire II is configured with a Dead-Hold BDC reticle and low-profile capped windage/elevation turrets. A fast focus eyepiece, fully multicoated optics, and generous eye relief make the Crossfire II a full-featured scope for sportsmen.

Dead-Hold BDC

Customized compensating reticle subtensions minimize guesswork on holdover and wind drift corrections, ideal for shooting at ranges where calculating accurate bullet drop is essential.

Anti-Reflective Lens Coating

Fully multicoated optics and an additional anti-reflective coating on the objective and the ocular lenses ensure transmission of bright detail-rich images throughout the entire magnification range.

Rugged Construction

The one-piece aerospace aluminum housing is anodized for a durable non-reflective finish. Optical elements are held in place by machined locking rings that ensure perfect lens alignment even after intense recoil and rapid fire. Additionally, the interior is nitrogen purged and o-ring sealed, preventing driving rain and extreme humidity from fogging the optics.

VIP Unconditional Warranty

This unlimited, unconditional, fully transferable, hassle free warranty is almost unheard of in the optics industry. Whether damaged by the owner or a manufacturing defect, Vortex Optics will repair or replace the scope at no charge.
UPC: 875874004214

Vortex Crossfire II Specs

Performance
Magnification4 to 12x
Objective Lens Diameter44 mm
Field of View4x: 24.7' @ 100 yd / 7.5 m @ 100 m
12x: 8.4' @ 100 yd / 2.6 m @ 100 m
Eye Relief3.9 to 4.4" / 10 to 110 mm
Reticle
Reticle TypeDead-Hold BDC Reticle
Features
Impact Point Correction1/4 MOA per Click
Windage Adjustment50 MOA
Elevation Adjustment50 MOA
Parallax CorrectionYes, 100 yd / 91.4 m
Environmental
Water ResistanceWaterproof
FogproofYes
General
Maintube Diameter1"
BatteryNone
DimensionsLength: 13.1" / 34.5 cm
Objective Diameter: 2" / 5 cm
Eyepiece Diameter: 1.7" / 4.3 cm
Weight17.2 oz / 487 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.62 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)14.55 x 3.6 x 3.2"
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Does battery come in it.?

Does battery come in it.?
Asked by: Anonymous
One CR2032 battery comes with the scope.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2019-05-27

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Where was the riflescope made, country of origin?
Asked by: Anonymous
According to the information we have, our current inventory's Country of Origin is China. Please be aware this can change over the product's production life without notice.
Answered by: Heather S.
Date published: 2018-08-28

Would these survive if they are fully submerged?

Would these survive if they are fully submerged?
Asked by: Aghy
Well, they wouldn’t melt. Not sure how you’d be using them if you expect to submerge them.
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Date published: 2019-05-16

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what would be your best recticle for shooting targets?
Asked by: Anonymous
It doesn't matter what reticle you have when using a scope unless you are in the military, 98% of BDC's do not function as they are meant too. The reticle is the last thing you need to be concerned with and more concerned about how to shoot. I am shooting .5 @ 100yd or .5 moa and reticle is not even a concern. Learning the scope and how to use the turrets and parallax should be your concern and when you get all that down you will understand what I am trying to get you to understand, good luck and stay safe
Answered by: lawrence s.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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What is the optimum yardage range to site in the scope?
Asked by: Aaron S.
Depends on what caliber it is going on. The dot that lights up in this scope is easily seen inside a one inch dot at 100 yards. I always set my deer rifles up to be roughly 2 inches high at 100 yards, so anything up to 250 yards you prety well just aim dead on.
Answered by: fergy1
Date published: 2019-03-26

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Does this scope works on a high power air rifle ? I just read that air rifles recoil is doubled due to the spring movement. I am concerned that my Gamo G-Magnum 1250 will break this scope in a short time. Do you think it works well and can live with this type of rifle ?
Asked by: Rima A.
Hi, Rima. Im sorry that I cant answer that for you definitively, but I can say none of my family members, nor I, have had any troubles with this scope shooting XM855 green tip, 62-grain ammo in our AR-15s. Family members also have several high-powered rifles that also sport Vortex Crossfire scopes of this size and larger and have had no problems. But, I am sure someone who is more experienced than me or whom has first-hand knowledge of the rifle to which you are referring could give you a more precise answer.
Answered by: Tim K.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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