- Product Dimensions: 9.7 x 2 x 2 inches ; 13 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 15.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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- ASIN: B00AU694YM
- Item model number: 200261
- Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars See all reviews (61 customer reviews)
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Burris Scout 2-7 x 32 Ballistic Plex Scope
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- Made using the highest quality materials for complete quality and reliability
- Eye Relief: 9.2 – 12 inches
- The whole package is completely fogproof, waterproof and shockproof
- Multi-coated for glare resistance and maximum clarity
- Covered by the Burris Forever Warranty
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Burris 2-7X32 Scout scope. Burris invented and perfected Scout scopes, so it's no wonder they set the standard for optical excellence, durability and low mounting capabilities. High quality glass and index-matched multi-coatings keep burris on the leading edge of Scout scope technology.
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Burris 2-7x32 Scout Scope. Burris invented and perfected Scout Scopes, so it's no wonder they set the standard for optical excellence, durability and low mounting capabilities. High quality glass and index-matched multi-coatings keep Burris on the leading edge of Scout Scope technology. Item: 200261 Reticule: Ballistic Plax Reticule Field of View (Feet @ 100 yards): 21-7 Click Value @ 100 yards: 1/4 MOA Eye Relief: 11-21 Inch Length: 9.7 Weight: 13 ounces.
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Top Customer Reviews
I really like the eye relief set up for quick target acquisition and retaining a large sight picture. The optics are very clear and seem comparable to Leopould scopes in this price range that I've used. The thin crosshairs are nice but become blurry when using higher power at close range (not that it's an issue). Haven't used the BDC; they provide ballistic information stickers for several .308 and .223 brands and grain weights.
I'm glad that I can keep the iron sites on with this set-up, but mostly will be shooting with the scope on. Though it wasn't my intention I am going to try using this setup for deer hunting.
The only negative I have with this order is that they sent the wrong rings (diameter and height) and when I called, they were backordered 5 weeks. So I returned them and bought the correct ones from a store.
This was my first experience shooting with both eyes open and a long eye relief scope. Another factor is that I shoot with my right eye but I'm left eye dominant so I could definitely notice the battle between my eyes as my left would try to take over and take the scope picture out of view, eventually I was able to hold focus with my right eye while keeping both eyes open, and that is a very, very cool experience. No more scope tunnel vision, now I can catch that other buck trailing in with my other eye! This wouldn't be particular to this scope but something to keep in mind if you're in the same boat, being cross eye dominant and considering a scope like this. It can work. Obviously if you choose to just use a single eye, no issue there - I've tried it both ways and I'm going to try to stick with both eyes open.
I found I needed the scope mounted all the way forward on the M77, it amounts to about 12" of eye relief, to have a good full sight picture. The windage and elevation adjustments were quick and precise (started with a bore sighting) - although out of the box it was quite a bit off zero.
Overall very happy with it, and looking forward to using it next deer season.