Burris Eliminator 3.5-10 x 40mm Rangefinder Scope, Black
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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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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.Read more ›
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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Top notch scope top notch company Burris Optics put this scope on a Savage Axis .223Published 21 days ago by GJ C.
This rangefinder (scope) is the ultimate for long distance varmint shooting!! Simple to operate and very accurate!Published 2 months ago by Jerry W Amsden
Put the scope on a marlin 1895 xlr had to engineer the mount but it was worth it thanks....Published 16 months ago by curtis r hughes