Burris has announced new Eliminator scopes in addition to its original Eliminator, which provides accuracy to 800 yards and is useable on any gun with any load. The new scopes range in function from basic rangefinder capabilities to enhanced ballistic programing abilities.
“The Eliminator’s split-second, automatic trajectory compensation technology has provided shooters with the invaluable ability to place ethical shots on target within seconds, which dramatically extends a shooter’s confidence and ability in the field,” said Rob Siemers, Burris Company general manager.
The flagship scope is the new Eliminator III with a new X96 reticle that will range at any magnification out to 1,200 yards complete with a windage compensation system. This 4-16X50mm laserscope designed for centerfire rifles allows the shooter to control ballistic programming at the touch of a button–first entering the bullet drop at 750 yards for the specific load, then the ballistic coefficient (BC) for the specific cartridge. The X96 reticle lends added accuracy for manual wind compensation. A digital readout displays a 10 MPH wind value as a “Dot Value” for the cartridge at the indicated range. All these elements have been perfected and are available at the touch of a button. MSRP is $1,499.
The Eliminator II 4-12X42mm laserscope with X38 reticle provides accurate distance calculation to 999 yards, regardless of magnification. This scope is programmable for any gun or load and comes with inclination/declination compensation giving the shooter higher accuracy in hilly terrain. A remote activation switch is included with this scope and can be attached to either the firearm’s forearm or the objective bell on the scope. MSRP is $999.
The Eliminator 3.5-10X40mm scope is accurate to 800 yards and can be programmed to work with any gun and load. Ranging targets or trophies with this model requires magnification to be at 10x. This laserscope is ideal for basic rangefinding. MSRP is $799.
“With our latest additions to the Eliminator family, we now offer hunters and long-range shooters the best technology, electronics and optics at varying price points,” concluded Siemers.