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Burris Eliminator 3.5-10 x 40mm Rangefinder Scope, Black

4.5 out of 5 stars 13 customer reviews
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  • Covered under warranty for life
  • Made using the highest quality materials
  • Tested for complete quality and reliability
  • Field-proven and bright crystal-clear optics
  • Greatly increase the distance at which you can be confident in making an ethical shot
  • Burris provides this 'drop number' for more than 1,900 commercial cartridges
  • 5.7 inch mounting rail length
  • 39mm ocular end diameter

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Product Description

No more guessing yardage or fumbling with a shaky handheld rangefinder. No more losing sight of your trophy. No more guessing holdover. The Eliminator knows the precise horizontal distance to your trophy and exactly what your cartridge will do. Eliminator lights a 1/3 MOA illuminated aiming dot showing exactly where your shot will go. With The Eliminator, just Range, Aim, and Fire.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 1.5 x 1.5 inches ; 1.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B008SCDBCG
  • Item model number: 200118
  • Batteries 1 CR2 batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #430,640 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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First off I would be tempted to give the scope a five star rating but for a couple of small gripes. First to get the negative out of the way. The scope is waaay bigger mounted on my rifle than it looks in the photographs. Second, it is a heavy scope and adds real weight to the rifle. In fairness to Burris, the specs are published and its weight is stated right there in front of you, but it's really one of those things that you never really appreciate the number until you feel it on the rifle. Third is the Burris published ballistic charts that come with the scope. I am very disappointed with that part of the package. So much so that I had initial intentions to return it, but ultimately decided against doing that. I have yet to find anywhere on Burris' website or in the packaging that came with the scope the magical "drop number" that Burris promotes as making this system work so easily. I even called customer service to complain about this. The support guy was very nice and tried to help me out, but ultimately the PDF that he emailed me to remedy the situation did not contain the missing drop numbers that I needed to program the scope. I also found out very quickly that there are waaaay more ammunition manufactures on the market in .223 Remington/ 5.56 NATO than what Burris has on their chart. OK, no sweat, I'm going to fix this issue manually. A pain, because I have to chase down the ballistics from the individual ammo manufacturer directly.

Now, on to the scope review. The scope is nice. Very clear optics. Not the type of perfomance optics-wise that the stratospherically priced scopes deliver, but for most hunting applications, the optics quality of the Burris are very acceptable. Decent eye relief and a very smooth magnification dial that runs from 3.
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Bought this to put on my 30-06 for elk season in Colorado. Having a built in laser range finder and bullet drop compensator is really convenient. I had been looking at a Leopold VX-R, but decided to go with the Burris instead. The ballistics chart Burris provided didn't have my specific bullet from the manufacturer but I was able to find a comparable bullet drop number. I went to the range and sighted in at 100 yards, and everyone at the range was impressed at how I able to hit the 560 yard target plate after using the range finder/bullet drop compensator. Both of my buddies that were with me weren't able to hit the plate after 3-4 shots. It's a little on the heavy side and I would like some nice scope caps to come with the scope.
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Purchased this several years ago and now have at least 3 hunting seasons under my belt with it on a couple different rifles. The optical characteristics of the glass are excellent. There are better options for higher quality glass albeit at a higher price from Burris or other manufacturers. However, most are going to go this route to try and kill 2 birds with one stone, combining 2 devices into one to lighten the load. The scope is rather large and heavy, although the mounting is solid and low profile. Mine did come with a remote, contrary to what other reviews have posted. 1 battery lasted me 3 seasons as I just replaced it last week.

The scope has one huge flaw that the Eliminator II and III have subsequently addressed -> the Eliminator I has to be at max magnification for the range finding and bullet drop to work properly. Found this out several years ago on an antelope hunt where I missed the first shot at 171 yards being on 3.5x, then nailed it at 389 yards after dialing up to 10x.

Also took at least 2 mulies and 3 whitetail so it has a pretty good track record.

Been used on a FNAR (7.62x51 NATO / .308 Win), a Savage 30-06 and an AR-15. If I was going to make a recommendation, I'd say go for the newer Eliminator II or III if your budget allows as these newer models are accurate at any magnification.
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This is my favorite scope. I'm using this on an FNAR .308. Once you program the scope with your bullet drop, all you do is aim and push a button. The scope displays a dot, and that is where you need to aim. The only downside is it does not come with a remote transmitter.
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Really liked the product; Found this to be the best priced item after a looking a long time; Unfortunately could not keep it as it is not legal for big game hunting in Oregon. Cost me the price of shipping back but Amazon's return policy rocks so no issues.
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Hello, BEFORE you buy, keep in mind this is illegal to use in many states. OR, ID, UT are the 3 I know of now, and with other posts there have been a list more. Check your states fish and game before you buy for hunting. With the built in electronics, range finder and trajectory this makes it illegal. Amazing scope, fun and fast, but I would hate to see your gun, scope, and game taken forever for breaking the law with Fish and Game.
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Thanks to the fella that recommended checking with Fish and Game in your individual state. I live in Idaho and was about to purchase this before I read his review stating the scope is illegal in Oregon. After a brief call to Idaho Fish and Game, I've discovered it is illegal in the State of Idaho as well. Check on the Weapon Restrictions in your state before purchasing.
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