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Burris Eliminator Scopes #4069255 02/20/13 06:23 PM
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Anyone had any experience with any of this series of scopes? Saw them advertised on Lone Star Outdoor News. They are rather expensive, but look easy to operate and useful when shooting at distances. Anyone had any experience with these scopes?


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Re: Burris Eliminator Scopes [Re: BenBob] #4070573 02/21/13 02:20 AM
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I have shot all of them from the original to the Eliminator 3. They are the best thing since sliced bread. I was able to take a 308 and shoot 780 yards at a 12 inch target effortlessly. I would recommend these to anybody. You can save some money getting the Elim 2. It has the same features as the 3, but doesn't give a windage value. Money well spent and found a deal through SWFA!

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rmac10, I appreciate the info and glad to hear what you had to say. The scope looks like something that is simple enough for me to operate.


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I've used Burris Optics for about 10 plus years w/a Varmit Scope and a XTR w/ absolutely no problems..and I did the old Hunter thing at 9PM one summer nite and carried my 6X24X50 Burris, a 3X10X50 Mark III Leupold, and a 3X9 Zeiss Conquest to the ranch and could see deer jumping the fence good enough to shoot at 200
yds by moonlight and it was comparable to the Leupold on a lower
power..DD

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No problem Ben...very simple to set up and operate!

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Anyone got any leads on good deals for these?

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They have gone up quite a bit, you may try the guys at Bandera Gun Club they usually sell for wholesale plus shipping,tax, and
a little for the club..ph is 830-796-4610..DD

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