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Burris Signature HD #8134848 01/19/21 01:53 PM
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Who can give a review of this scope? I'm looking at the 3-15x-44mm objective, 1" tube. I have a Burris, probably 12 years old and it's great on clarity and ability to hold zero.

I'm needing the 15x and 1" tube. My search criteria took me to this scope.


An unethical shot is one you take, that you know you shouldn't.
Re: Burris Signature HD [Re: onlysmith&wesson] #8137064 01/21/21 12:28 AM
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Re: Burris Signature HD [Re: onlysmith&wesson] #8141479 01/24/21 05:05 PM
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Got this quick from Camera Land NY, mounted Friday, bore sighted and to Elm Fork Saturday. (first time there, prolly be my first close to home choice from now on). Really impressed, especially for a < $500.00 scope. Really liked the pull turrets, and the ability to loosen with a coin after zero to return the 0 to the witness mark. The first shot at 50 to check impact touched the windage line. No adjustment , moved to 100 and the last three shots out of the next five were a nice 1/2" group. X adjustment is easy to turn, could do this easily while on the scope. Side focus was harder to turn which had me thinking I may had torqued it too tight, so went from 22 to 20" lbs with no effect. I did this at home before the range trip while mounting. No big deal, it is about as hard to turn as some scopes that are somewhat tight on x adjustment. This is a plex reticle, super clear once I got it adjusted for my eyes.

I'll post back in a few weeks when I shoot it again, and get to see how it has held zero. I'll also have a look through it in natural light after sundown and see if it puts a hole where I want it. [Linked Image]
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Last edited by onlysmith&wesson; 01/24/21 05:08 PM.

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