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Burris 1.5-6x42mm MTAC Riflescope,30mm,Matte Black,Illum Ballistic AR Reticle 200439

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Product Description

M-Tac Riflescope - 1.5-6x42mm, Ballistic Ar Reticle, 30mm Tub, Matte BlackManufacture ID: 200439The resilient MTAC 1.5-6x42mm riflescope is tough, with superb, glare-resistant glass and a sleek, snag-free profile.This compact model is perfect for 3-Gun, close quarter battle (CQB), or big-game stalking.With its high-performance glass, solid 1-piece tube, and internal double spring-tension assembly, this MTAC Riflescope can handle the harshest shooting environments.Features:- The fast-action Ballistic CQ reticle was designed for competitive shooters and law enforcement and military operators- Low-magnification, bright, fast-action reticle also serves dangerous game hunters well- Circular, center "donut" provides ultra-fast engagement at close distances- Smaller reticle dots provide trajectory compensation out to 600 yds. for the 5.56 and 7.62 cartridges- Illuminated reticle gets you on target faster in any lighting condition and increases accuracy when the target is dark- Elevation and windage dials are calibrated to 1 click = 0.5 MOA; both can be reset to 0 once the scope is sighted in- Generous eye relief up to 4" for comfortable shooting- Ergonomic power ring for easy grip and quick power setting changes- Finger-adjustable MTAC mil-rad target knobs for easy precision adjustments- Rubber-coated eye piece provides protection, comfort, and style- High-grade optical glass provides excellent brightness and clarity with lasting durability- Index-matched, Hi-Lume multicoating aids in low-light performance and glare elimination, increasing your success rate- Compatible with night-vision technology- Double internal spring-tension system means scope holds zero through shock, recoil, and vibrations- Waterproof- Nitrogen-filled scope tubes prevent fogging even in cold and rain- Precision-gauged, hand-fitted assemblies maintain a consistent point of impact through the magnification range, regardless of shock and vibration- Durable, stress-free, solid 1-piece outer tube withstan


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 14.4 x 3.5 x 3.4 inches ; 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B019KDSW48
  • Item model number: OPTICS
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #342,765 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Top Customer Reviews

Im a Leupold and Vortex fan. My favorite scopes are the VXR line from Leupold,and the Viper PST but these Burris MTAC scopes are great. Crystal clear. I wanted to buy the 1.6-6 before but it used to only come with the CQB reticle which I do not like on a scope with over 4X. The new ballistic AR reticle is much improved and makes this 1.5-6 a perfect scope for your AR15/10 in any caliber. Id even put this on a traditional woods hunting rifle and feel well equipped to take any shot from 0-500 yds. I prefer low power scopes. 1-4, 1-6, 2-7..etc I feel thats all you need unless you are a long range target shooter. these lower power scopes are light, compact clear and built solid
Excellent scopes for the price
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This is just a short review by someone who also has 1x4 Burris MTAC and Trijicon ACOG on tac rifles as well.

Owning a 1x4 version of this I already knew it is a decent build quality and good optics for the price. Having used a Leupold tac 1.25x4 for "work" the main thing with anything over 1 is slightly longer acquisition time CBQ in anything over 1x. so yes this 1.5 like the Leu 1.25 is not as instantaneous as the burris mtac 1x-4 when at 1x. The glss is very clear and I find the Burris' clarity no different than Leupolds competing scope.

But what what really makes this scope useful is this 1.5x6 has great relief, truly 3.5" to 4.5" and them some. You have to be really asleep not to get on target almost immediately.

On reticles mine is not this exact model. This model is the 200439 Ballistic AR. I have the 200429 CQ reticle. I find the CQ reticle preferable. (see burris' website for the differences). both reticles are etched in addition to being illuminated, meaning you are not battery dependent -- although keep in mind the more you reach out the more you will benefit from illumination. Keep in mind though, the CQ reticle is big, which has some positives and negatives in covering the target.
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Adjustment screw pulled out when the cap locked into the adjustment knob. Admittedly after years of moderat to heavy use. Will send back to Burris.
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