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For a limited time receive a Free GPS with the purchase of a Burris 3-9x40 Fullfield II or 4.5-14x42 Fullfield II, Ballistic Plex rifle scope.

 

The GPS alone is a 100.00 value!!!!

 

Burris 3-9x40 Fullfield II...... $233.95

 

Burris 4.5-14x42 Fullfield II with GPS...... $339.95

 

 

Fullfield. A name that has long been synonymous with high performance at an affordable price. And the latest generation of Fullfield II scopes lives up to the line’s reputation for optical accuracy and rugged dependability.

For example, Fullfield II’s incorporate more forgiving fore/aft, left/right eye positioning and combine lighter weight with shorter length and added strength.

Fullfield II eliminated most of the potential leak paths in the eyepiece/ power ring area and sealed the rest with special quad seals rather than O-rings. We moved the adjustment system to improve mounting options and the European-style adjustable eyepice requires no locking mechanism.

 

Burris® Nikon® Nikon® Leupold® Leupold®
1 Fullfield II™ Monarch™ Buckmaster® VXI™ VXII™
Purged and nitrogen filled 24 times Yes Unknown Unknown Unknown Unknown
100% Waterproof Tested Yes Unknown Unknown Yes Yes
Lens Covers Supplied Yes Yes Yes No No
Weight (oz.) 12.7 12.6 13.4 12 12
Length (inches) 12.3 12.3 12.7 12.3 12.3
Light Transmission Calculation 95% 95% 88% 82%-87% 85%-87%

Truly a small wonder, the eTrex takes the best features of a 12 parallel channel GPS receiver and put them into a six ounce package that is only four inches high and two inches wide. The result is a unit that will literally fit in the palm of your hand.

 

Besides its small size, mariners and outdoorsmen will likely notice the sleek design of the eTrex. All buttons are located on either side of the unit, allowing for simple, one-handed operation that won't obstruct your view of the display. In fact, the eTrex features only five operator buttons for the ultimate in user-friendly design. Thanks to its bright yellow case, the eTrex will be hard to misplace and easy to find in any boat or backpack. The eTrex is completely waterproof so it can take an accidental splash or dunk in the water and still continue to perform.

 

Inside the eTrex, you will find the proven performance of a 12 parallel channel GPS receiver that will run for 22 hours on just two AA batteries. The eTrex will store up to 500 user waypoints with graphic icons and boasts Garmin's exclusive TracBack® feature that will reverse your track log and help you navigate your way back home. In addition, the eTrex uses animated graphics that will help you identify your marked waypoints quickly and easily.

 

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Brady, I'm puzzled, HELP....trying to decide on a scope again, I have been looking at the Burris 3x9 on your site. I have found two one is priced 184.95 w/ spotting scope the other 233.95 w/ gps what gives?
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Well the GPS is a $100.00 item if it were to be purchased individually. The spotting scope is around a $75.00 item if purchased separately. Reason for some of the price difference there. Same scope with both deals just a decision if you want the GPS or spotting scope.

 

Before we had the GPS combo the spotter package was selling at $197.95. With the GPS coming out more people are wanting it so we lowered the price of the spotter package to 184.95 to keep our inventory moving. So the gap grew a little more from this. 

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Blond moment I guess, I realized that after I emailed you, boy did I feel dumb. Thanks for the reply, but I think from a recommendation from the board I am going to look at The Zeiss 3x9. Sorry to bother U
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Not a problem.

 

The Zeiss is a much better scope. F.Y.I. we have some on our samplelist at a pretty good discount.

 

 

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