Vortex Spitfire 3x Prism Red-Dot Scope

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The Vortex® Spitfire 3x Prism Red-Dot Scope is designed for the "always ready" platform. This high performing scope features a rugged, ultra-compact package with advanced features like the prism-based design and selectable red or green illumination at five intensity levels. Not only is the brightness perfect for any condition, but the weatherproof, fogproof, and shockproof features make this Vortex® red-dot scope great for use in harsh conditions. The Vortex® Spitfire 3x Prism Red-Dot Scope is a reliable scope that is always ready to go. 

Optical Features:
  • Prism-Based Design: Delivers sharp optics
  • Fully Multi-Coated: Increase light transmission
  • Brightness Settings: Provides 5 levels of brightness with red and green color options
Construction Features:
  • Single-Piece Chassis: Compact and lightweight
  • Shockproof: Rugged construction withstands recoil and impact
  • Fogproof: Prevents internal fogging over a wide range of temperatures
  • Waterproof: O-ring seal prevents moisture, dust, and debris from damaging the scope
  • Hard-Anodized Finish: Durable coating to help lower glare and camouflage the shooter
  • EBR-556B (MOA): Aids in rapid shooting at both near and far ranges
  • Length: 5.5 in.
  • Weight: 15.4 oz.
  • Eye Relief: 2.8 in.
  • Magnification: 3x
  • Mount: Multi-height
  • Dot Color: Red/Green
  • Parallax Setting: 100 yds.
  • Field of View: 31.5 ft. / 100 yds.
  • Adjustment Graduation: 1/2 MOA
  • Maximum Elevation Adjustment: 120 MOA
  • Maximum Windage Adjustment: 120 MOA
  • Flip caps
  • 2 Picatinny rails
  • CR2032 battery
  • T-20 Torx wrench
  • 2mm hex wrench

Customer Reviews

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Just buy it
I have one of these attached to my CX4 and I couldn't be happier. It's small, it's sharp, it's bright, and although the eye relief isn't great (the biggest shortcoming of prism scopes) I had no trouble modding my integrated rear iron to accommodate it. I've learned to like the reticle too, and the build quality is rock solid. Even the caps are good quality.
I will say, the one reviewer who mentioned that the turret clicks aren't consistent was right, but mine does stay put after I set it, it's just a little fiddly to tweak it to zero. It actually held zero mostly even after removing and reattaching to the gun, to my surprise, and after poking at it with a handful of test rounds I'm back to ringing the 200yd gong and wishing I had a 250 or 300 to try for.
If you want a compact scope for a carbine, get this and don't look back.
May 16, 2020
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Anniversary gift from my wife
She got it for me a few months ago and i love mounted to one of my ar15
April 19, 2020
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3x spitfire.
I've used the 3x spitfire over the last few months practicing for a SDM course. I've had zero issues with it. I've shot 24in steel plates at 500m with 55-75g 5.56 ammo. Mostly Hornady black and frontier with m193 of a lot of brands. It's done everything it was made to do... There's two problems with it imo. There's better options available on the market and the same price or less. The second been the reticle. The cross hairs are thick which makes it harder to get a pin point zero at 100m. The BDC maxes out at 500m while similar offerings go out to 600m. The horizontal marks at 300, 400, 500m work for sizing targets, but other brands have a secondary way to size targets and estimate range. The 3x spitfire doesn't have wind holds. I'd like to see a rethought reticle, or a 4x, 5x spitfire with different reticle.
March 13, 2020
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I just replaced my current scope on my ar 15 with the spitfire 3x. I could not believe how clear and easy to acquire target. To my accuracy I was stunned I sighted in with little problem and put 60 + rounds in the center from 100 yards.in the last ten I did rapid fire and stayed right where I wanted.I love this scope great buy
February 11, 2020
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Great product, easy to use
I bought this spitfire 3x prism scope for an ar-15 I built, and I loved it! I slapped it on the gun, took a shot at 50yds to see if it was on paper and I was just a couple inches to the right and 4 inches low.. I made the adjusts at 50yds and then sighted it at 100 yds.. took less than 15min and I couldn’t be more happy
January 13, 2020
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Works for me
I finally got some time to get it out to the range and it performed great. I have big plans in the near future for this optic and rifle.
November 18, 2019
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This came on my first AR purchase and I have to say for my first scope this quality is amazing, the reticle is clear as can be
October 16, 2019
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Fabulous Optic
I purchased this scope to replace my Strikefire II red dot, due to astigmatism.
Mounting took about 10 min. and around 15 min for sighting in. Since I only had a 25 yd. range to work with, I used an Arma Dynamics target to achieve a 100 yd. sight in.
The glass is clear and the reticle is sharp.
After sighting for 100 yards, I used the 400 yd. crosshair to shoot this target at 25 yards.
I highly recommend this sight!
August 14, 2019
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Perfect Match for my Hoghpoint bull pup conversion
I bought this a few months ago for my bull pup conversion. It is clearly a match made in heaven.
May 30, 2019
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Perfect match for my AR5.7
I bought this red dot from a recommendations from Vortex guru Ken. I couldn't be happier with this choice. Whether I am shooting at 50, 100, or 200 yards, I am shooting 1" groups. The 3x is just enough magnification to see a the target at 200 yards. Also, I can't forget about the illumination. Being able to choose between green and red is great, also being able to choose the brightness. Since purchasing this Ken has directed me on 2 more vortex optic purchases that I am very happy with.
May 29, 2019
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