Burris XTR II Riflescope with 5.56 Ballistic Illuminated Reticle Combo
|Price:||$892.00 - $1,110.84|
- XTR II 1.5-5x24mm with FastFire III and P.E.P.R mount
- Ballistic 5.56 illuminated reticle with dual focal plane
- 30mm main tube
- Zero click stop adjustment knobs
- Rear focal plane
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The Burris XTR II riflescope feature a five-times zoom system, 25% thicker tube construction, dimensionally-matched precision adjustment knobs and Zero Click Stop technology. Superb, high-performance optics offer Hi-Lume multi-coated lenses, optimizing target resolution, contrast and low-light performance. All hand-fitted internal assemblies are triple-spring tensioned for absolute shock-proofing, even under severe recoil and vibration resistant, even on extended vehicular patrols.
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After months of deciding on an optic for my 5.56 AR, I went with the XTR II with the 5.56 reticle. I got out to the range with it already, and must say that this thing is great. Zeroing was very simple - I zeroed the scope at 50 yards and the red dot "zeroed" at 25 yards. At 50 yards, and my novice skill level, I easily shot about 1 MOA at 50 yards. This scope seems very tough, and has been reviewed and advertised as tough, it should handle pretty much anything a civilian will throw at it. And if it doesn't - Burris has a forever warranty. Eye relief is outstanding, about 4 inches (ACOG is about 1.5 inches for reference). The glass clarity is great - if you're complaining about a little fuzziness on the edges, try adjusting the focus, or get you eye's examined. The mount is pretty good, I'll probably switch it out for something with a throw lever. For military guys, (I'm not military, but I'll speculate) I'm not 100% sure it'll hold up to the tasks you'll need. You might want to run a more "bomb proof" optic like ACOG or the comp M4. The reticle illumination is great, huge range of brightness, and even in peak daylight, the brightest setting is actually too bright for me - haha. Same for the Fast Fire 3 - I just left it on the auto brightness setting. Because this is a scope, you will have to adjust the focus at the 1x setting. Read the direction.
Two minor complaints: The mounting screws are very, very tight from the factory (which doesn't matter if you're not going to adjust the scope's positioning in the mount), and the included torx wrench is a piece of junk. You'll definitely want to use a high quality torx bit and a ratchet if you're going to mess around with loosening the mounting screws. Neither of these warrant less than 5 stars for this review.
FYI - this optic is quite heavy. The whole setup is about 2 pounds. The front-rear weight is pretty balanced on the rifle, but you have to hold on your target for long periods of time while standing, this optic will give you a workout. This will make the rifle top-heavy, so be aware of that.
Another FYI - With an AR platform, I would advise using this optic with flip down front sights, and not a fixed front post (if you have that option). I'm running MBUS gen2, and the front sight is completely out of the way (when down). I have my rear MBUS as far to the rear as possible (plus a larger charging handle lever) and the rear of the scope tube easily clears the rear MBUS. With the XTR II's generous eye relief, I have the rear lens is almost directly above the charging handle - but you'll have plenty of room on a flat top upper *WITH a MBUS* to orient the scope/mount to your preference.
After taking the picture, I moved the Fast Fire 3 directly in front of the elevation turret.