FASTFIRE

AcronymDefinition
FASTFIREField Artillery System Training Fire Direction Center
References in periodicals archive ?
Caption: Nick joined the red-dot revolution by putting a Burris FastFire 2 on his Taurus .22 Tracker, which comes with a .22LR and .22 Mag cylinder.
The FastFire kit maintains the feed chute for the belt and the magazine well intended for M16 magazines below it, but these are just for looks: you feed it from conventional 10/22 magazines inserted in the receiver in the usual way.
The Burris Fastfire 3 (www.burrisoptics.com) is a mini red dot that doesn't get nearly the attention from the firearms media that it does with consumers.
A brilliant feature is a place on the side of the scope to mount a Burris FastFire (or other) red-dot sight, which allows the user to "zero in" on the general area of interest instead of wiggling the scope all over the place, trying to find a deer or other object.
The FastFire III red dot is available with either a 3mm or 8mm dot and comes with a top-mounted battery compartment and improved windage and elevation controls.
I mounted a Burris FastFire III red-dot sight to the supplied rail mount, screwed everything down tight and took a zeroing shot at 25 yards.
Luckily, the Stoeger M3000 in my hands wore a Burris FastFire III red dot sight, and I was able to introduce the gobbler to a load of Federal Premium Heavyweight Turkey as he slid under a five-strand fence at 22 yards.
Other new features include new FastFire Continuous Shooting Mode, which will capture up to three images per second!
With a plethora of features that includes Motion Freeze Technology, FastFire continuous shooting, Plot Stalker time-lapse mode and Illumi-Night sensor, Moultrie's new Game Spy M-80XT is a firecracker of a scouting camera Although it's big on performance, the 5 MP camera is small in size and can get up to a full year of battery life on 8 AA batteries.
The FastFire III offers a choice of 3 MOA or 8 MOA dots.
I mounted a Leatherwood/Hi-Lux Optics l-4x26mm CMR scope and a Burris FastFire red dot sight onto a Bravo Company AR and put the R.A.M.P.
These are numbered for quick identification and facilitate easy mounting of a variety of red-dot sights, including: Vortex Venom, Burris FastFire 2, Burris FastFire 3, Leupold DeltaPoint, Leupold DeltaPoint Pro, JPoint Sights, and Trijicon RMR.