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FastFire 2Red Dot Reflex SightCongratulations on purchasing the Burris FastFire 2! This versatile reddot reflex sight will be the perfect fast-action sighting solution for yourhandgun, rifle or shotgun. You will enjoy the following features in yourFastFire 2 sight: Compact & Lightweight. Weighing less than 1 ounce, the FastFire 2 won’taffect firearm balance or handling. The frame is built from stainlesssteel, bronze, and anodized aluminum for ultimate reliability and recoilresistance. 1x Magnification. The parallax-free, 1x FastFire 2 allows for both-eyesopen shooting, for enhanced awareness and better accuracy. 4 MOA Aiming Dot. The bright red 4 MOA dot allows for fast targetacquisition and easy aiming. Automatic Brightness Adjustment. Automatically adjusts the brightness ofthe red dot to match the environmental conditions.Light-Emitting DiodeElevation ScrewWindage ScrewLensBrightness SensorLock Screws21

Operating InstructionsFor optimum performance and to prevent damage to this precisioninstrument, carefully follow all instructions.Package Contents: 2 #6x48 Screws with Torx socket head for installing the sight onto themounting plate 1 Torx Wrench 1 Screwdriver 1 Adjusting Scale Disc 1 Protective Cap 1 Lithium Battery 3V (CR2032) 1 Gasket Plate User Guide Weaver/Picatinny-Style MountSpecifications: Magnification: 1.07X Sight Window: 21mm x 15mm; .82” x .59” Elevation adustment range: 115 MOA Windage adjustment range: 86 MOA Set value for one scale division: 1 MOA with 60 scale revolutions/turn Subtension of the aiming dot: 4 MOA Recoil resistance: At least 1000 G’s Operating Temperature Range: -10 F to 130 F (-25 C to 55 C) Storage Temperature Range: -40 F to 160 F (-40 C to 70 C) Power Supply: 3V with one CR 2032 Lithium battery Dimensions: (LxWxH) 1.8”x1.0”x0.9” (46mm x 25.4mm x 23.7mm) Weight (in operating condition without mounting materials):0.9 oz. (25 grams)Torx is a registered trademark of Camcar/Textron2

Cautions and WarningsMake sure the firearm is unloaded before mounting the optic. Do notlook through the sight directly into the sun, light arcs, or other veryhigh-intensity light sources. Keep away from children.Remove dirt by blowing it off or use a very soft lens brush. Use lenscleaning tissues on the optical surfaces.Battery InstallationThe FastFire 2 operates with one commercially available 3V Lithiumbattery (CR2023). Do not attempt to substitute two CR2016 batteries.To insert or replace the battery, turn the FastFire 2 upside down. Ifremoving a battery, place the wrench or screwdriver into the notchand pry the battery loose. Insert the newbattery into the receptacle located on theunderside of the housing oriented so thatthe positive pole on the battery label isvisible. A magnet draws the battery ontothe contact plate. Keep the contact surfaceclean, cleaning with alcohol if necessary.Power-Saving ModeTo save power, simply turn the ON/OFFswitch to OFF.3

InstallationInstallation on most rifles, carbines, and some handguns requires the includedPicatinny/ Weaver Mounting Plate. Most other handguns, shotguns and riflesrequire a different mounting plate. See chart and special instructions 36410635Mount - Picatinny / Weaver (included)Mount - 1911 StandardMount - 1911 Adjustable / NovakMount - Kimber Standard & BomarMount - Beretta 92/96 /90-TWO/ Taurus PT99Mount - Beretta PX4 StormMount - Glock- allMount - Sig Sauer P226Mount - Springfield XDMount - Ruger Mark I, II, IIIMount - Sako (requires Picatinny Mount)Mount - Ruger Rifles, Super Redhawk and Super Blackhawk HunterMount - Picatinny ProtectorMount - Winchester Model 94 Rifle, pre-drilled & tappedMount - Marlin Lever Rifle, Models 336, 444, 1895, pre-drilled & tappedMount - Smith & Wesson M&PXtreme Tactical Base - Sako Rifles (also requires Picatinny mount)Picatinny / Weaver MountPlace the Gasket Plate metal side down onto the Mounting Plate so thatthe screw holes align. Install battery in the Fastfire II and place the Sighton the Gasket Plate so that the screw holes in it also align. Install the two#6-48 Screws and tighten to 12 inch pounds. Loosen the Clamp Nut on themount. Place the mount on the Railwith the Cross Screw located in thedesired slot. Check to be sure all theclamping edges are engaged. Keepa little pressure on the sight towardthe muzzle as you tighten the ClampNut to approximately 20 in.-lbs.4

Operating ProcedureElevation and Windage AdjustmentThere are separate adjustment controls forelevation and windage: elevation is on the topof the sight, and windage is on the right side.Loosen the two LOCK screws counter clockwise1/2 turn each using the provided screwdriver.Turn the slotted “UP” or “LEFT” screws with theprovided adjusting disc and screwdriver. The windage adjustmentmechanism has limit stops at both ends.Note that the elevation adjustment downward stop is availableonly when the unit is installed on a mounting plate. Screwing eitheradjustment into a stop will lock motion of the other adjustment.Zeroing the Point-of-ImpactAdjust point-of-impact by using the provided scale disc with integratedscrewdriver.Put the scale disc onto theelevation or windage adjustmentscrews using any edge on the sightas the reference line. The scale discallows defined elevation and windageadjustment in both directions ofrotation. The direction of the shift ofthe point-of-impact is indicated onthe FastFire 2 sight and on the scaledisc.5

One scale division of this disc (or tick mark)corresponds to 1 minute of angle (MOA),or approximately 1 inch at 100 yards. Forother distances, this value is proportional, forexample: .5 inch at 50 yards or 0.1 inch at 10yards. Before shooting, make sure to tightenthe lock screws on the rear of the FastFire 2with the provided screwdriver, making surenot to over-tighten.Integrated Control ElectronicsThe integrated control circuit adjusts the brightness of the aiming dotaccording to surrounding light levels.The brightness sensor on the front of the sight senses the light levelin the direction of the target and modifies the intensity of the dotaccordingly so that it is not overpowering in low light while remaininghighly visible in bright daylight.Be careful not to obstruct the sensor. Clean if necessary. Covering thesensor with your finger will affect the electronics only slightly. If youwish to check its function, cover the sensor with the protective cover.To ensure immediate functionality, the light-emitting diode remainson even in complete darkness but uses such a small amount of energythat you can expect a service life of up to 4 years.Ambient ConditionsThe FastFire 2 is water-resistant and is usable even after beingaccidentally submerged. However, after exposure to salty or dirtywater, it is advisable to rinse with distilled water and dry the sight, aswith any quality optical equipment.6

WarrantyThe Fast Fire 2 is covered by theBurris Forever Warranty. Thank you for choosing Burris. You can be confident that the optic youpurchased is built to the most exacting standards. You can count onBurris to perform every time you use it.We’re so confident in the craftsmanship of our products that we backthem with a no questions asked Forever Warranty.We will repair or replace your Burris optic if it is damaged or defective.The warranty is automatically transferred to future owners. No repair or replacement charge No warranty card needed No receipt required No questions askedBurris Company331 East 8th St.Greeley, CO 80631(970) NSTR–9020

410326 Mount - Glock- all 410327 Mount - Sig Sauer P226 410328 Mount - Springfield XD 410329 Mount - Ruger Mark I, II, III 410331 Mount - Sako (requires Picatinny Mount) 410332 Mount - Ruger Rifles, Super Redhawk and Super Blackhawk Hunter 410330 Mount - Picatinny Protector 410334 Mount - Winchester Model 94 Rifle, pre-drilled & tapped

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