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Burris 300210 AR-536 5x36 Sight (Black)

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  • 20 feet at 100 yards field of view
  • 2.5-Inch to 3.5-Inch eye relief
  • 60 in MOA maximum adjust
  • 5.75-Inch long
  • Weighs 18.75 ounces

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Product Description

The Burris AR-536 Prism Sight is "bigger and badder," setting a standard for tactical prism sight performance. It has a 5x magnification makes it easier to find and engage targets out to 600 yards, while the larger 36mm objective delivers brighter, crisper images. Burris' proven Ballistic/CQ lighted reticle is ideal for tactical operations or friendly competition. Shooters can choose the high contrast black reticle, or select red or green depending upon the situation. Five different illumination settings make it easy to match any light condition. This ruggedly built optic will stand up to recoil, abuse, and weather. Key features include multi-coated lenses, adjustable diopter, integrated lens covers, and three picatinny rail mounting points. Remove the bottom rail mount and it can be readily mounted to an AR carry handle. It is ready for the range right out of the box.

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  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 18.8 x 4 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0074YSVFQ
  • Item model number: 300210
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (150 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,334 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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I ended up returning the Burris for a refund. I had purchased the scope to mount on a Sig 556 .223 AR type rifle that would be primarily used for hog hunting during the day and often at night. My first impressions were great, fit and finish are wonderful and typical of what I would have expected from Burris. The optics are clear in both sunny and low light conditions. I didn't notice a lot of distortion. After mounting, I noticed that the reticle was canted to the right slightly. This was fixed by by remounting the scope unit in it's own mount with considerable pressure to compensate. (not really a good thing). The reticle is extremely small and crowded, the bullet drop compensation is nice but too crowded for my taste. The illuminated reticle is handy but impossible to use in low light or night hunting, even on the lowest setting it would blow out the entire sight picture. My first impressions were great, but functionally (for me) the scope needs some changes. I think Burris is a great company, but this model needs to go back to the drawing board - sell a better base with it, expand the reticle (a lot) and illuminate your BDC and not the entire reticle pattern.
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The 536 optic is a well made, rugged looking piece of kit. It came with a sunshade, flip up lens covers and a lens cloth and the battery already installed. There are 3 rail sections for mounting additional accessories (I won't). The mount is SOLID and the instructions included torque settings for installation AND the scope can be mounted to a carry handle (which means I MIGHT buy another). The instructions say 'not to mess with the screws' that hold the scope TO the flat top mount. IGNORE THIS. Take them loose, put new Loctite on them and let it dry overnight before you mount it. I shot a match and the factory Loctite broke loose, leaving the scope flopping on the flat top mount.

If it matters (it might) there is a cleared marked "made in China" sticker on the mount. I suspect that means the WHOLE unit was made there.

The windage and elevation caps are safety wired to the scope, the rear of the scope is a focus ring.

My only complaint is that the rear lens cover is difficult to snap closed for some reason. A military style diffuser is available for the 36mm objective.

Adjustments are 1/4inch clicks at 100 yards.

The illumination is available in red or green or can be left off (black). I shot it with the red setting on 5 (brightest) and the black. Turning the illumination turret is a deliberate action, it will not move 'by itself.'

Glass is coated and optics very clear. The center dot does NOT cover a 2 inch orange target sticker at 100 yards, it was easy to select each circle and engage it. So far I really like this scope. The 'crosshairs' are heavier than I am used to and the fact that they are not connected to the edges of the field of view takes some getting used to.

The sight tunnel under the scope can be used as a rudimentary ghost ring with a low profile front sight.
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I have done some extensive shooting with this optic. I have always been impressed with it. Very clear, very wide image through the scope. I find that target acquisition is not as difficult as mentioned in other reviews. And if you can't adjust you can always mount the Fastfire on the rails. I find that I have no need for the extra red dot as I have a laser mounted on quad rail. Zeroed my for a 50/100 yard trajectory and only 1" high at 100. Since the center dot is 2/3 Mil, or 2.4", at 100 yards you can just sight at the top of the dot to get closer to a bull with your 100 yard shot. I find that the drop compensation is pretty accurate (most that shoot will know that it's all in the ammo anyhow) Just look at the Burris Optics web site. They have calibration down to the grain of ammo you want to shoot.

I've shot rain or shine with this optic. Limited fogging and had no problems with water damage. Did have to remove ARD device to get some droplets off the glass after shooting. I have shot with an ACOG and there is a reason why they are so expensive. Most of the price is the durability and fiber optic feature. I feel as if the Burris is still well made with good glass. Reticle is a little busy but I've adapted. The reticle is "to busy" in the 332 model. The 536 has a wide enough field of view to get over it. I saved the money I would have spent on an ACOG, bought the Burris, and used the savings to build a 7.62x39 upper. Just bought another Burris 536 to put on that. I would recommend a new mount if you want to do serious/competitive shooting. I've had good results with the Larue RCO:

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My only "knock" on the 536 is that the eye relief is a little picky. However, with a collapsible stock and the Larue mount I have perfect relief every time.
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Overall, this is a decent optic that is hamstrung by a few (for me) fatal flaws. I really wanted to like this optic - it has a lot of great features - but after a couple of range sessions and some reflection on it's performance, I'm sending it back.

Strengths:

1) The reticule is visible even with a dead battery(!) which is great for a CQB optic.

2) The reticule is visible when illuminated even against bright snow - and there is ample range in brightness settings.

3) The glass is clear, sharp, and bright - enough for me to see my bullet impacts at 100 yards.

4) The reticule, while a touch "busy" is useable and reasonably fast to acquire (if you're not moving - see Weakness #2).

5) Overall construction is robust with some nicely thought-out details like the retainer cables on the adjustment caps.

6) Focus is clear as close as ~15 yards all the way out to infinity

Weaknesses:

1) The reticule in the example I was sent was canted about 8 degrees CCW when in the supplied mount. I tried re-seating it in the supplied mount and was able to reduce that to about 5 degrees, but it still drove me crazy - and it would pop back to the 8 degrees if bumped. I replaced the stock mount with a Trijicon mount, but it still left me with a slightly canted reticule, and I found myself tilting the rifle to compensate which was highly annoying (Fatal Flaw). I suppose the mount could be modified or shimmed, but I'm not willing to do that at this price point (I returned the optic for a refund).

2) The optic sets very high (this may not be a weakness for you).
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