Burris Eliminator II & III

    Earlier this year Burris announced two new Eliminator scope models and updated the original Eliminator. The Eliminator scopes feature a laser rangefinder which automatically adjusts a 1/3 MOA illuminated aiming dot based on the cartridge load programmed into it. The laser rangefinding on the Eliminator I only works at the maximum zoom, but can be used at any zoom on the new Eliminator II & III

    Eliminator III reticle with crosswind adjustment dots

    From the press release …

    The sleek, new design of the Eliminator III mirrors the form of a traditional riflescope, yet there is nothing traditional about this flagship scope. Designed for centerfire rifles, the Eliminator III 4x-16x-50mm laserscope features enhanced ballistic programming where the shooter enters not only the amount of bullet drop at 750 yards for load he is shooting, but the ballistic coefficient (BC) for his specific cartridge. The new X96 reticle provides a convenient and accurate method to manually compensate for wind. The digital readout displays a 10 MPH Wind Value as a “Dot Value” for the shooter’s specific cartridge at the indicated range. All these elements have been perfected and are available at the touch of a button. Suggested retail price is $1,499.

    The new Eliminator II, a 4x-12x-42mm laserscope with the X38 reticle accurately calculates the distance out to 999 yards at any magnification, and it can also be programmed for any gun and any load. This new addition to the family of Eliminator scopes comes standard with inclination/declination compensation, making up hill and downhill shots incredibly accurate. For maximum efficiency and fingertip control, the Eliminator II comes equipped with a remote activation switch that can be attached to the firearm’s forearm or the scope’s objective bell. Suggested retail price is $999.

    The new Eliminator 3.5x-10x-40mm is similar in design to the original Eliminator. The 3.5x-10x-40mm provides accurate ranging out to 800 yards, and it can be programmed to work with any gun and any load. The 3.5x-10x-40mm must be set to 10x magnification when ranging targets or trophies. For the shooter or hunter who only needs basic laser rangefinding capabilities, this scope is the perfect choice. Suggested retail price is $799.

    Steve Johnson

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