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Charles4400
03-01-2011, 12:38 PM
It says no parallax out to 50 yards on the description, but how about further out...to 100 yards...to 200.... 300????

At what distance does the parallax make the scope impractical to use?

Anyone have or tried a Burris Fastfire II that can comment?

(want to put it on an AK with a Kvar side mount)

Mr. Casull
03-02-2011, 8:43 AM
I have one mounted on my Uzi carbine and am not happy with it. Can't get the thing zeroed in. Should have bought a Barsaka that is a little larger but works great.

Loner
03-02-2011, 8:15 PM
I have one piggybacked on an ACOG, and was able to hit 100 yard steel consistently.

Caseless
03-03-2011, 1:42 PM
It says no parallax out to 50 yards on the description, but how about further out...to 100 yards...to 200.... 300????

At what distance does the parallax make the scope impractical to use?

Anyone have or tried a Burris Fastfire II that can comment?

(want to put it on an AK with a Kvar side mount)

300 yards for steel silhouette.
100 yards for paper punching, 5.5" bullseye.

mattmcg
03-03-2011, 4:28 PM
That is a parallax free optic so you're good to go....

Perhaps this might be a good read to understand the phenomenon a little bit better:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parallax