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MSRP: $349.99
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Spitfire AR 1x Prism Scope is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 60.
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Spitfire™ AR Prism Scope

Built from the ground up specifically to maximize the quick-handling performance of AR-platform rifles, Vortex’s new Spitfire™ AR 1X prism scope delivers incredible optical quality and ultra-fast functionality in a lightweight, streamlined package. The generous, parallax-free, sight picture and forgiving eyebox gets shooters on target effortlessly—even in high-stress scenarios.

Rear facing power and illumination intensity controls are easy to access, simple to operate, stay visually present from the shooting position and are protected from incidental contact. Twelve intensity levels let you adjust to perfectly match ambient light conditions. Runs off a single, common, AAA battery. The DRT (Dual Ring Tactical) reticle is etched directly on the prism to assure consistent point-of-aim at all times— regardless of whether or not the illumination is engaged. An additional yardage-marked turret cap (ballistic-matched to the 5.56 cartridge) allows the shooter to swap out the factory-installed cap for rapid dialing of known-distance shots out to 700 yards.

At 11.2 ounces, the lightweight Spitfire AR excels in close to medium range shooting applications where speed is of the essence, making it the ideal choice for AR shooters who needs to get on target fast. Prism Scopes are not compatible with the VMX-3T Magnifier.

Dual use for Shooting Tactical / Hunting


VIP Warranty Nitrogen Purged Waterproof

*weight includes mount and battery

Magnification1 x
Objective Lens Diameter25 mm
Eye Relief3.8 inches
Field of View79 feet/100 yards
Adjustment Graduation1/2 MOA
Max Elevation Adjustment120 MOA
Max Windage Adjustment120 MOA
Parallax SettingParallax Free
Length4.3 inches
Weight11.2 ounces
Product Manual (PDF)Download
Included in the Box
  • T-10 torx wrench
  • 556 BDC Turret Cap
  • AAA battery
  • Flip Caps

Optical Features

Fully Multi-Coated Multiple anti-reflective coatings on all air-to-glass surfaces increase light transmission.
Prism-Based Design Delivers sharp optics and allows for unique reticle designs that are visible with or without illumination.
Brightness Settings Provides 12 variable illumination settings—adjusts for use in very dim to very bright lighting conditions.
Parallax Free All red dot and holographic sights will exhibit some small amount of parallax. Matching current industry practice, this small amount would be considered “parallax free” and will make a negligible difference in the Spitfire ARs performance.

Construction Features

Single-Piece Chassis Compact and lightweight.
Nitrogen Gas Nitrogen gas purging with o-rings-seals delivers fogproof, waterproof performance.
Waterproof O-ring seals prevent moisture, dust and debris from penetrating for reliable performance in all environments.
Shockproof Rugged construction withstands recoil and impact.
Hard Anodized Finish Highly durable low-glare matte finish.
Operating Temperature Rated from -22 degrees to +122 degrees Fahrenheit.

Convenience Features

Mount Height Comes mounted at a lower 1/3 co-witness height of 40.4 mm from the optic center to base surface.
Adjustable Brightness Provides five levels of brightness intensity with red and green illumination settings.
Red/Green Reticle Option Allows shooters a choice of dot color.
Battery Life 14-hour auto-shutdown feature maximizes battery life. Typical battery life is 250 hours at maximum brightness and 3,000 hours at minimum brightness setting.
Magnification1 x
Objective Lens Diameter25 mm
Eye Relief3.8 inches
Field of View79 feet/100 yards
Adjustment Graduation1/2 MOA
Max Elevation Adjustment120 MOA
Max Windage Adjustment120 MOA
Parallax SettingParallax Free
Length4.3 inches
Weight11.2 ounces
Product Manual (PDF)Download

DRT (MOA) Reticle

The DRT (Dual Ring Tactical) reticle is designed for rapid shooting at close distances. The dual ring design pulls the eye into instant alignment with the reticle center and target. Etched directly on the prism to assure consistent point-of-aim at all times with selectable red/green illumination of five intensity levels to match specific conditions.

Subtension detail for the Spitfire 1x prism scope with DRT reticle. >

Rated 5 out of 5 by from 1 bullet 1 kill great red dot. I used a friends red dot for hunting wild pig. The pig was on the run and I was chasing him he turned to the right just a little and I dropped the red dot right on his heart and he dropped. It was simply perfect. So I just purchased a new spitfire AR1 and took it to the range to sight it in. I am not a professional. After 6 rounds I was dialed in and was 10 for 10 bulls-eye at 25 yards and 9 out of 10 at 50 yards. Great performance. I am a true believer in red dots now. Quick reaction time. I can't wait to take this Spitfire on my next hunt. In the mean time it secures my house. Thanks
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Red Dot Sight! I love this sight! As a law enforcement officer, you need something that is reliable and simple to use every day, both of which this sight easily accomplishes. Before purchasing this sight, I compared it to the typical red dots (aimpoint and eotech) that my coworkers have. I can honestly say that this sight offers as much as theirs (even more in some aspects) at almost half the cost! What I love the most is the Spitfire AR's super crisp reticle that makes target acquisition a breeze. The only complaint that I have is in regards to its buttons. I wish it were easier to switch between the red and green sights and to turn off it off. You have to push both buttons at the same time, which can be harder than it sounds. However, this is a minor quibble when compared to how great everything else is. Overall, I love this sight and I will definitely recommend it to my friends.
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Vortex Spitfire - Fast Target Acquisition when you need it. The Vortex Spitfire was selected for the AR-15 because it is co-witnessed with the iron sights for redundancy, accuracy and reliability. Should the battery fail, the reticle image is etched on the optic, thus providing reliability in a tactical situation. A nitrogen filled chamber prevents lens fogging throughout whatever environment the weapon is utilized. Finally, Vortex product support is outstanding. Buy it, try it and you will be impressed.
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Crystal Clear, Solid optic for a guy with Astigmatism I just got this in effort to find a 1x optic with etched reticle, that I can see well without my corrective lenses (astigmatism). Red dots work okay, as long as I have my glasses or contacts on. However they look fuzzy to me with uncorrected eyes. The Spitfire is great. Once I found my focus adjustment, not only can I see the reticle crystal clear, but I can see downrange very clearly, even without my glasses on. That is a major plus for me, not having to be dependent on corrective lenses to shoot. The reticle is very precise, especially with illumination turned off. I love this thing so far. Only reason it's not 5 stars, is for 2 reasons. First, though it is a lower 1/3 cowitness mount, it magnifies my front sight post and also distorts it to the point where my iron sight zero and optic zero, do not coincide. Secondly, depending on how close or far away you mount it from your eye, it may not be a true 1x. I mounted it on so that the crossbolts are in T5 and T7 on my upper. Allowing room for my rear flip up to mount with room to activate the buttons comfortably. It almost seems to "shrink" my target as compared to the naked eye. So both eyes open shooting is not 100% seamless between eyes. The pros however outweigh the cons for me, and I'm very pleased with the optic thus far. Great glass at a great price.
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Impressive little optic! Picked this up for a new 3gun rifle and was immediately impressed with the quality and workmanship of the optic. The etched reticle is amazing and the function and appearance of the illuminitaion is on point. I was able, in a short amount of time, to get it zeroed in and shoot consistently tight groups with ease! Looking forward to running this stage burner of an optic in Limited division this year. For the price, I’m also thinking of picking another one up for a PCC build for the wife’s birthday. But ssshhhhh, don’t let her know... it’s a surprise!!
Date published: 2018-03-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Warranty I have been using the Vortex Spitfire scope in the PCC division of USPSA events. The large outer ring helps in finding the dot quickly and the focus adjustment is great for my deteriorating eyesight. I used the scope in many competitions, the last being in September. I returned to this gun/scope setup in November and found that my battery had corroded badly (note: the scope has black rings when not illuminated, so you are not out of luck if your battery fails). At home I got the battery out and cleaned it as good as I was able, but it still would not power on with a good battery. I sent it back to Vortex and they replaced it with a new unit at no charge. Fantastic warranty, especially considering the problem was not their fault.
Date published: 2017-12-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Perfect Scope For My Needs I mounted my new Spitfire AR on a Colt 6920 M4 Magpul for primarily tactical applications. Although this rig could make a good hunting set up, I can't imagine using it for that purpose as I have a safe full of hunters for every occasion. I sighted in at 50yds on a rest because my outdoor range would not allow ARs on the 25yd pistol range. I then moved to the 100yd range on a rest. Although my group opened up as the distance increased, I would have no issue putting multiple shots in an 8" circle at will, and that's with 72 year old eyes wearing progressive lenses. That's plenty good for my tactical purpose. The next day I headed to my indoor range and shot with a rest on the 25yd range and obtained a clover leaf with 55gr and -1" group with 62gr soft point. The rest of my time I practiced at 7yds to 25yds so I could learn where bullets are hitting. I learned it really doesn't matter, because with the DRT reticle all I have to do is use the small circle as a point of reference, and I'm good from 0-100+yds. The only thing I would change, and the reason I deducted a star, is I would like to have the ability to lock the focus ring in place to make sure it is always focused when needed. Other than that I'm very pleased with this scope.
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Can't recommend this highly enough The tiny center for is great for reaching out far and the two larger rings are perfect for close quarters. The spring powered flip caps are easy to use and stay out of your way when not in use. The optic holds its zero well and has a pretty good field of view. I love the fact that I still have an etched reticle if the batteries go out. This optic suits my needs perfectly and is by far the best option for the price.
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome products I have worked in a sporting good store for 11 years and have the opportunity to sell all brands of binoculars, range finders and scopes. I always push Vortex as they are amazing optics and incredible warranties. I just put a spitfire know my AR and I love it.
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AWESOME Red Dot! I put this on my Daniel Defense M4V11, a match made in heaven. I love how the retical is etched on the glass so no need to co-witness as a backup. Another great feature is the ability to switch from red to green. I'd buy this red dot again in a heartbeat.
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Tacticool red dot this sits on my 300 blackout. my fire arms are purpose driven and this is for CQB. i would have no other optic on it. this thing is as tough as nails and the quality vs price is incomparable. Vortex you got me again....Hooked for life!
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Extremely Clear Red Dot Sight I have been using this sight for about a year now and it has proven to be an excellent sight. I like how the reticle draws my eye to the center quickly when I'm practicing. I have a Sparc II red dot and like it, but the Spitfire has proven to be my favorite. It has been very tough, easy to zero and stays set. I would definitely recommend this to anybody looking for a good sight for their rifles.
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Red Dot without the Dot Love this optic. I am color blind and have trouble seeing red and green. The Spitfire AR has black etched glass that works great for me. Vortex has great customer service anything they sell is a good investment.
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from An awesome scope I built a nice AR-15 and was trying to find the right red dot for it. After a month or so of searching, I came to the conclusion that I was buying a Vortex Spitfire. Not only was it decently priced, I love the guarantee. I put it on my rifle and it was a perfect addition to my rifle. I let my friend try my rifle out and that night, he ordered a Vortex for his rifle. I highly recommend Vortex.
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great little optic with Vortex Quality! Love this little guy. Placed one on my AR pistol. Quick on target and holds zero perfectly. Very affordable and you get the quality of Vortex. Seems to be much better quality than the price you pay.
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best 1x Optic on the Market! I have been running the original Spitfire 1x for a long time and have 2 of them. One on an SBR and one on a factory division 3 gun rifle. The reticle is very quick to acquire and get on target fast. The upgrades from the original to this model are awesome. The housing has a great finish to it, I love the addition of the buttons from the knob, and the AAA battery is awesome!
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome for MP15-22 I put the spitfire on my smith and Wesson MP15-22 and it has been flawless. Looks great, dead on accurate, and tons of compliments.
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Luv it!! Have Astigmatism and red dots have not worked for me until now. Great sight, solid construction, user friendly and amazing price.
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Highest Value Red Dot On Market Because of it's price point, this is thr best value for your money, hands down. Sure it has a couple of quirks, but you could easily pay significantly more for no improvement in performance or function in my opinion. The eye relief is the only thing I would tell somebody to pay attention to. Everything else is pretty much perfect. Because of the 3.8" eye relief, you are going to want this optic mounted as far back (close to your eye) as possible. Shooters with really long LOP's may struggle with this a little. I'm average height and have it mounted right in front of my rear MBUS, without affecting the ability of the MBUS to flip up if needed, and it's perfect there. I initially mounted it closer to flush with the ejection port and it was too far forward (I was getting a slight edge in the sight picture) because of the eye relief but it still would have been functional there. It's very rugged, love the two colour option. The dual ring is hands down the fastest close range target acquisition system. I have professional training on an AR that used an Aimpoint red dot, which is also excellent, but noticeably not as fast as this reticle. If inside of 50m is what you're setting up for, like I was, this is the way to go hands down.
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The best thing going. I just received this Spitfire AR today and replaced another brand on my truck gun. It`s an AR -15 with nothing else but a light. I`m 64 and have cataracts that are nearly ripe and this red dot with the etched reticle is outstanding. I have dozens of scopes and red dots, some very expensive optics, and I have to say that I wasted money on the other stuff. Live and Learn! The manual didn`t say how much torque to apply to the crossbolts, but I found the answer in the Q&A section, 15 to 20 inch pounds + blue Loctite. I can see getting more of these to replace my other red dots and some scopes. It`s great to have that etched reticle and not have to worry about dead batteries, plus where can you not find AAA batteries?
Date published: 2018-04-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I've learned to love it. I can't speak for the 3X Spitfire but the Spitfire AR reticle when illuminated tended to ghost on me in low light. My aging eyes can barely focus on iron sights and even good red dots tend to flare on me. I don't think that's the optic. I'm guessing it won't be an issue for most. Regardless, I found that simply lowering the illumination solved the problem. Transitioning to brighter ambient lighting does then tend to wash out the low illumination but the etched reticle makes that a non-issue. In normal daylight conditions the illumination is still very crisp. I did the initial zero at 25 yards and no bore sighting was needed. I took it out to about 50 yards and adjusting zero was a breeze. One quick elevation adjustment and it was set. I let four other shooters of varying ages and skill levels try the rifle and all of them were able to solidly ping 6" x 8" steel plates consistently from the shoulder with ease. The rifle received praise for its accuracy but I knew it was the optic that brought it out. I ran it with iron sights and an inexpensive red dot while I decided on a better optic and accuracy was *meh* regardless of who shot it. At least one YouTube reviewer questioned whether the small center dot was useful. I think it is. If rapid target acquisition is part of your criteria then I'd say that the center dot can be ignored in those cases. Bringing the smaller circle to bear is easy and yields adequate accuracy at close quarter. The small center dot is useful when you want to focus and aim carefully. I believe that will make the Spitfire AR acceptably accurate out to a couple hundred yards or so even being 1X. If I have a criticism it would be that the outer reticle ring unnecessarily interferes with field of view. Its value in drawing the eye in is offset by its distracting domination over the sight picture. Regardless, any issues I cited are minor. The performance of the Spitfire AR far outweigh them. It's unbeatable in its price range. Highly recommend.
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from THE 1x optic for 3-gun. There's a reason the guys winning in Limited division in 3-gun are using this optic. I picked up one to play with and considered throwing my name into that division again, and loved the optic enough to by 3-4 more. The price point versus features is hard to beat, so I have these on a .22 SBR upper, 300BLK SBR suppressed upper, 13.5" AR, 18" 3-Gun AR, and more. I don't even bother using the illumination most of the time, as the etched reticle works great on it's own.
Date published: 2017-11-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My new favorite for the AR Just recieved this optic. It has definitely met all of my exectations, especially in this price range. I own several other optics by vortex, every one of them is as crisp and clear as the next.Thank you for putting out a quality product at an affordable price.
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Prepare for 3-gun domination... If you like the old "DOUGHNUT OF DEATH" that sat atop the Steyr AUG; you will love this sight. Etched reticle means it works even if your battery is dead. Covered by Vortex's awesome guarantee. Works great on my AR-57. 'Nuff said?
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just Received Just received my Spitfire AR and have to say I am very impressed with the build quality. Functionality is straight forward and optics and bright and clear. Will mount and take to the range shortly and provide further review.
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for astigmatism! Great for astigmatism! The dot and circles stayed clear. No star bursts or fuzziness. Sucks to have astigmatism, but at least there are products like the spitfire prism that help. Great for under 100 yards.
Date published: 2017-08-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid upgrade from the original Spitfire I ran the original Spitfire 1x for several years on my limited division rifle in 3-gun. Eventually it had an issue with an internal lense and I sent it in for service. I received the new version, the Spitfire AR, and it is awesome. I love the fact that it takes AAA batteries which are all over the place. It has proven to be durable in the limited use its received. The etched reticle is extremely precise and I've consistently shot it out to 600 yards while using iStrelok to determine the correct holds (.223). The only thing that would make it better is if the illumination was brighter. I typically run it without illumination unless it's low light since the reticle works as well without it. All in all, it's a solid optic for the task.
Date published: 2018-03-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Big Surprise in a Small Package Had an Eotech XPS3, I returned it because of the buy back problem. I loved the Eotech, but lost my confidence in the Eotech company. I searched all the usual web sites, blogs, etc.. So I set my eyes on an Aimpoint, I gave it some serious thought, to the expense, where it was made, etc. Vortex caught my eye at my local gun dealer. It was there I was able to physically compare to the Aimpoint comp and others. Once I had the Vortex Spitfire in my hand, it was a no brainer. It had all the features of the higher priced optic out there, and even a better warranty. I'm not gonna lie, it is a heavier optic, but once you dial it in, the weight of it is a non issue. I will say this, you can spend a boatload of money on optics out there, But why?
Date published: 2018-03-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outstanding Purchased this on Amazon. ARRIVED in 36 hours. I initially had difficulty zeroing but it was "operator headspace" Great piece of equipment.
Date published: 2017-06-15
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not as good as everyone says. I bought this scope a month ago from my local sporting goods store. I was really amped up to get it mounted and hit the range. That’s where I started to lose confidence in the scope. I immediately had issues with the little torx head screws loosening up after just a few rounds. So, I stopped shooting and went home to get the blue loc tite out. I torqued the screws back down and went back out. Well no change with the scope staying mounted. But, this time I was able to shoot around 25 rounds before it loosened up. Overall not impressed whatsoever.
Date published: 2018-04-22
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Thinking about the Spitfire AR on a Tavor X95. Will there be an issue with the co-witness OEM sights?

Asked by: bubba123
We don't recommend using iron sights in conjunction with a Spitfire AR as a prism scope won't co-witness. If your iron sights fold down, we recommend leaving them down. If you have further questions about this please give us a call at 800-426-0048 Ext. 5.
Answered by: Josh at Vortex Optics
Date published: 2018-10-17

On the latest Spitfire AR 1X prism scope, can you remove the mounting base and utilize any other manufacturers base? Does it share an Aimpoint T1 or Trijicon MRO style base, or are you stuck with the factory picatany mount?

Asked by: BSoefje
Thanks for the question! The Spitfire AR has an integrated mount that cannot be removed.
Answered by: Graham at Vortex Optics
Date published: 2018-09-27

I am trying to figure out the differences between the SPITFIRE™ AR 1x PRISM SCOPE vs the SPITFIRE™ 1X PRISM SCOPE, they do look slightly different, but the specs are so similar, what's the difference? Is one old, the other new? The naming is so close...

Asked by: HamblenMusic
The Spitfire AR is the newer version and will be optically better. We also changed the battery to AAA in the Spitfire AR. If you would like to discuss this further please give us a call at 800-426-0048 Ext. 5, thanks!
Answered by: Josh at Vortex Optics
Date published: 2018-09-26

Howdy from Texas. I was wondering what the height over bore is when mounted on a standard AR15 flattop with picatinny rails? My measurements on my rifle show 3.8799201" using the standard HOB formula. Just want to make sure I'm close enough!

Asked by: Alex
Thanks for the question! The mounting height for this optic is a lower 1/3 co-witness (40.4 mm) from the optic center to the top of the base.
Answered by: Graham at Vortex Optics
Date published: 2018-09-20

Will the Sparc AR work on a weaver rail?

Asked by: DJS1
The Sparc AR and Spitfire AR will only fit on a picatinny rail.
Answered by: Josh at Vortex Optics
Date published: 2018-09-11

I have a Saiga 12 Shotgun, currently with open sights. I will add a Picatinny rail on top and looking for a red dot. Which model would you recommend for IPSC and some other disciplines in the range of 15 to 50 yards

Asked by: Tom H
Thanks for the question! I would recommend taking a look at our Crossfire Red Dot and or our Razor Red Dot.
Answered by: Graham at Vortex Optics
Date published: 2018-09-11

Regarding the Spitfire AR 1X version(s).... are there any other differences between the older model with the removable base and the latest shipping model?

Asked by: Bill_van
Besides the design updates, one of the other main differences is that the Spitfire AR utilizes the common AAA battery rather than a CR2032.
Answered by: Graham at Vortex Optics
Date published: 2018-08-27

Is there an anti-reflection device (ARD) for this similar to the Strikefire? Is the Strikefire ARD compatible on this scope?

Asked by: Steven
Unfortunately we don't have one for it and the Strikefire ARD will not work as they have different thread pitches. Check with Tenebraex, they might have one!
Answered by: Josh at Vortex Optics
Date published: 2018-07-18
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