Re: Burris Fulfield 2 vs. Nikon Buckmaster
I have both. The Nikon in my opinion does have a slight edge on the quality of the glass. They have nicer turrets also. However, I have a 3-9x40mm Buckmaster on a Ruger Hawkeye 300 Win and it lost zero. I moved the scope to a 30-06 with a muzzle brake and have had not it shift zero since. Perhaps it was a fluke, but I would trust the burris more on a 300. I have one on a 7mm Rem mag that is lighter than the 300 so the kick feels about the same. The burris has never had a problem after 5 years of hunting hard.
If you always do what you've always done, you will always get what you've always got.