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Burris 4-16x50mm Eliminator III Ballistic Laserscope Riflescope
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Burris Eliminator III

by Lee, from United States, AZ Written on March 22, 2015
Hello,
I bought this Burris Eliminator III for my 308 AR style rifle (PWS MK216). I thought that I could mount this scope on the rifle without having to buy any other accessories. Later I found out that I need to get two pieces risers or one long riser in order to mount the Eliminator III. I could not find any updated video for help and especially concentrate on the installation and the riser for AR style rifle....
Pros:
  • Smart scope
Cons:
  • Lack of detail installation video
Best Used for:
  • Hunting related
Would recommend: Yes
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Eliminator 3

by web3rd, from United States, OK Written on March 20, 2015
Set it up at 100 yds and hit subsequent targets at 150,200,300,400,500 meters. Target was a 10" steel plate.

Really incredible. If I were a hunted animal, I'd be protesting!!!

Ranges targets out to 1000 yds, no problem, hard to find target beyond that in OK....
Best Used for:
  • Long-Range Shooting
  • Long range hunting and target shooting.
Would recommend: Yes
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Performs as advertized, but check before assuming you'll get out to 1200yd for your projectile

by Reviewer, from United States, NY Written on March 13, 2015
Testing scope out after purchase to check functionality (haven't fired a round) and noticed it wasn't showing aim points for my round beyond about 850yd even though round doesn't go subsonic until around 1050yd. Doing a little math I confirmed that the scope reticle is physically capable of showing an aim point at a zoom of 7x or below out to 1200yd for this round. I took a closer look at a table in the manual on page 6 (manual is available as pdf for download from mfgr). This table lists approximate ranges the scope can provide an aim point for given a particular BC and 750yd drop number. It turns out the cutoff I'm observing is where this table says its limit is. This is disappointing since the round goes out past 1000yd, the scope is physically capable of displaying a lighted aim point at 7x or below out to 1200yd, but the scope stops showing an aim point shy of the round's capability because of the table's limit. So, before you purchase, check your round's BC and drop number (you can use calculators on line to estimate drop at 750yd with scope zeroed at 100yd) against the table in manual to make sure that what you want to shoot is within the scope's limits as listed in this table. Other thoughts: At long ranges there are other factors this scope doesn't correct for (e.g., spin drift, a factor of about 10" horizontal at 1000yd for my round) but it DOES correct for shot angle (+/- 45 degrees) which was a pleasant surprise as I hadn't seen this in the advertised specs...
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Pros:
  • solid construction
  • decent optics
  • good ranging as advertized
  • aim point changes as zoom is adjusted
Cons:
  • may not show aim point all the way out for your round due to table limitation
Would recommend: Yes
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worth every penny

by payne, from United States, OK Written on March 10, 2015
This scope is worth every penny.made a 600 yard shot on my 7 mag the first day as did my buddy with his 300 win mag
After the setup its easy shooting 500 yards with this scope is like 100 yards with a normal scope...
Best Used for:
  • coyotes
Would recommend: Yes
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Won't hunt without it!

by Hunter72, from United States, CA Written on March 4, 2015
I purchased one of these for my Remington 300 WSM, as I use it mainly for elk. I was so impressed by the ease of use, once you set it up, that I had to buy a second one for my Christensen .308. Now I won't hunt without them. It takes the guessing out of a long range shot when your adrenaline is running higher than normal. It takes about 5-10 minutes to set up initially, after that your ballistics that you enter are saved. I have had zero issues to date with either scope....
Would recommend: Yes
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Great Product

by LarryAl, from United States, TX Written on January 21, 2015
I had been hunting for a scope to hunt Aoudad and came across this one. After researching the product I decided to give it a try. I purchased a couple of weeks before the hunt and mounted on my DPMS AR-10 .308. I sighted it at 100 yds with Nosler Trophy Grade ammo and then headed to a ranch in the Palo Duro Canyon near Amarillo, TX. The canyon is steep, with a 900 ft. drop in elevation from the rim to the floor. The Aoudad are hard to track, difficult to see and generally shots are long with high angles up or down. During the hunt I shot a hog at 220 yds uphill, a hog at 300 yds. uphil, and an Aoudad at 320 yds. downhill. I was 3 for 3 and every shot was dead-on the aim point. I highly recommend this scope. The ballistics program is very easy to use and the scope very simple to operate, just touch one button, align the lighted reticle, adjust for wind and pull the trigger....
Pros:
  • ballistic range estimation
  • easy to zero and to operate
  • accurate,holds zero,crisp clear image
  • simple to mount
Cons:
  • Large
Best Used for:
  • longer range accuracy
Would recommend: Yes
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So far so good

by Tonic, from United States, NC Written on August 15, 2014
Its mounted on a Savage 110BA 338 Lapua and has seen 68 rounds so far. I have shot with it up to 894 yards and it is spot on. The eye relief is good. The mount is simple and included with the scope. It's also easy to remove in case I want to send some with my other rifles. The glass is about a 7-8 out of 10. I have shot with Schmidt and Benders, US Optics and other high quality glass. While it is not a S&B, it is very clear. I have not had the problems like the guy from Australia. Maybe it didn't come with a sun shade at first? I have not hunted with it yet but have shot in sunset conditions without issue. As far as the price, if you look at range finders over 1000 yards (because they never seem to go out as far as advertised), It is a pretty good deal. Not to mention you wont have to take your eye out of the scope to range game. The range finder on this model is very accurate and was within 1 yard at 894 yards. The only thing that I wish they would have included is the remote for the EIII. It's not an option for this model but is for the model 1 and 2. Not a huge deal breaker but... The scope is big!!! It hugs my barrel and also comes with a option/hardware to raise it a tad (not sure how much). The software is not complicated at all and can be adjusted for just about every caliber out there. All you have to do is read the manual once to get it down. I would recommend this without a doubt. You won't be disappointed....
Pros:
  • easy to use
  • Accurate
  • Everything is included
Cons:
  • No remote
Best Used for:
  • LR Hunting and LR Target
Would recommend: Yes
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Browse internet-this is the best product ever.

by Legacy Reviewer, Written on April 22, 2014
Love to buy this product, I believe one of the best.
Pros: All in one unit.
Cons: Pricy...
Would recommend: Yes
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Worth every 'nickel'!

by Legacy Reviewer, from United States, WA Written on February 14, 2014
Purchased this scope over year and a half ago for our annual Montana PD hunt. Mounted it on a custom Ruger mini 14 in 204 caliber(1/2"MOA). After imputing factor # for choreographed reloads, B.C. and a 3K' altitude adjustment, sighting in was a pleasure out to 750 yds., via walkie talkies- using the two foot square, white backside of a target board (paper target on other side) and a painted white 12" bonger on a stake- accurate laser readings were easy and 'dead on'! With the adjustable objective and sun shade and using the PD mound or a near by stone to laser off, our longest, confirmed hit was 734 yds. The lighted led obviously covered target but was no problem to hold off to side of seen target and then move dot back onto target for a clean hit off an adjustable Caldwell shooting rest. While not critical shooting off a swivel shooting bench, it would be nice to have a remote, infrared laser switch for ease of ranging when on a bipod. Altogether, this is one outstanding, long-range shooting scope! The only thing missing, besides the switch, would be the ability to 'paint' your target before sending your missile down range. Go get one, you won't be disappointed!
Pros: All-in-one package- accurate distance ranging ( up/downhill), adjustable objective, range at any power setting, easy to R & R spare battery
Cons: Needs remote infrared switch...
Would recommend: Yes
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Burris Eliminator III

by Legacy Reviewer, Verified Owner Written on July 15, 2013
I have this scope on my M1A1 and it's an excellent match. I was on target with just two rounds fired.
Pros: Excellent scope
Cons: None...
Would recommend: Yes
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