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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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.
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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 3.5x to 10x very smoothly and with no change in the optics picture. The 1/4 MOA adjustment turrets are very solid and positive. The 50 MOA adjustment should be suitable for just about any mounting application. (Note: I counted 201 "Clicks" from bottom to top on my scope)
The laser range finder is just an incredible feature and the real selling point. One press of the left hand side rubberized button turns the electronics on. A second press instantly produces the range to target and simultaneously lights the hold-over LED (which is very small and does not detract from the sight picture in the slightest). I really like this part of the scope and it is what ultimately led me to overlook the other issue discussed above and keep the scope.
I have had the scope for about 2 months now, and although it's not hunting season, its range performance leave little doubt that when this fall rolls around, it will put meat in the freezer.
In summary, a five star scope for its performance. A one star reduction for the size, weight and infernal Burris ballistic chart snafu.