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Burris 1.5-6x-40mm MTAC Riflescope - Ballistic Plex CQ 5.56 Reticle 200429

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Burris 1.5-6x-40mm MTAC Riflescope - Ballistic Plex CQ 5.56 Reticle 200429

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  • Shipping Weight: 2.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00794N7ZU
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #492,603 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By D. Stoner on June 27, 2013
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I study this stuff a lot, and shoot a lot of rifles, and the MTAC line has the best feature set for all-purpose and "tactical" use under $1000 to $1200 range, IMO, and this scope is only what, around $340 - $360 ish? The 1-4x24 has a wider field of view than this one and is a very good scope in its own right, but this one is my favorite and better for my uses, because the bigger objective gathers more light in low light situations, and the 2 extra top-end magnif. is very helpful shooting at 100-150 yards or more, and really helpful as compared to a 4x at long ranges like 200-300 yards or more. The TAC/MTAC reticle is just great - the only way to make it better would be to turn it into a Trijicon-style which is lighted via fiber optics rather than a battery. Trijicon has the best reticles in any price range because of the fiber optics, but after that, in the sub-$2,500 range, Burris and IOR have the best reticles, and Burris is the only one and the best by far, in the sub-$1K range that can do what these do, let alone sub-$500. Works whether your battery does or not, but can light if needed. Use the outer circle for CQB (either directly @ 1.5x, or with the front lens cover closed and light on, for an OEG true-1x optic), or use the precise center aiming point for well, precision. BDC is neat if it matches your rifle/load, or ignore it if it doesn't. Glass quality is decent / so-so (acceptable for most uses), and durability & tracking seem good so far. Best route to take, IMO, until you can afford step up to an IOR or Trijicon or Nightforce or whathaveyou. Don't forget that if your rifle choice is in the AR family, of necessity your optic must be mounted high over the line of sight.Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By J. Aragon on June 25, 2014
This is my first "scope" (I have an AIM point on another fire arm) and I couldn't be happier. Fit and finish of the scope are first rate, see below for lens covers. Controls are easy to understand-- for one's first scope. I was able to zero it easliy. People talk about "clear glass" etc. this seem nice and "bright" to me.

The retention springs in the lens covers are weak and will not hold the covers on when its in the case of just moving the rifle. This the only thing that keeps me from giving it 5 stars.
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3 of 7 people found the following review helpful By LEO instructor on January 28, 2013
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This scope is clear, the reticle is nice, and the overall quality is great. But, there is no "arm" on the power adjustment ring. This is a standard for scopes a lot cheaper than this. Not sure why they did not design it with one. Also, the knobs' ability to zero out after getting the rifle zeroed is not made clear by the owner's manual or the website. it doesn't have an allen wrench style, or a "pull out" style knob. The manual covers a series of models. The website (again) did not clearly show how to. I do not want to damage the scope trying to figure it out on my own. Again, for the money, I expected more out of this scope. Fix these two issues, and I would give it 5 stars.
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0 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Dan on January 19, 2014
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Glass is clear but the Reticle is to large to be useful. Field of View is like looking through a straw
1.5x Magnification has fov of 33 ft Total Crap, don't waste the money. it would be ok if it had a price tag of about $50
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