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Burris Eliminator III Riflescope

Burris Eliminator III Riflescope

Burris Optics

Burris Optics

GREELEY, Colo. --(Ammoland.com)- Burris, the unequivocal expert in ballistic laser scopes with automated trajectory compensation, introduces the new Eliminator III.

This next-generation laser scope provides expert shooters with a level of sophistication only imaginable before now.

The Eliminator III features a sleek, new design that is similar to traditional riflescopes yet still incorporates state of the art electronics. Other improvements include new ergonomic activation buttons and parallax adjustment from 50 yards to infinity.

Rob Siemers, Burris Company general manager, said, “With the new Eliminator III, we have defined the next generation of modern riflescopes that incorporate technology and electronics with optical design. As the leader in this category, we are excited about the potential these new products will offer to hunters and long-range shooters.”

The current 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. Now, the new Eliminator III with its X96 reticle technology provides even more accuracy, more range and a method of windage compensation. All of these elements have been perfected and are available at the push of a button at any magnification.

To achieve even greater accuracy at ranges from 750 to 1,200 yards, the Eliminator III features enhanced the ballistic programming. With the Eliminator III, the shooter enters not only the amount of drop at 750 yards for bullet and load he is shooting, but the ballistic coefficient (BC) for the chosen bullet, as well. The scope can be programmed for more than 1,500 commercially available loads.

An essential element in the Eliminator III is the new X96 reticle, which provides a convenient and accurate method to compensate for wind. Wind compensation is NOT fully automated within the scope; the digital readout displays a 10 MPH Wind Value for the shooter’s specific cartridge at the ranged as a “Dot Value.” The X96 reticle features several dots on each side of the vertical post. These Dots serve as references to the shooter to precisely hold into the wind. The shooter still needs to estimate the cross-wind value himself and also needs to convert the 10MPH Wind Value displayed to the appropriate value for the estimated actual MPH cross-wind value. The shooter then holds into the wind the appropriate “Dot Value” as shown below in the illustration below.

The Eliminator III will retail for $1,499 and will be available at retailers in July.

Founded in 1972 and headquartered in Greeley, Colo., the Burris Company offers a complete line of premium optics which includes riflescopes for hunting, competition, law enforcement and military; handgun scopes; binoculars; spotting scopes; mounts and accessories. For more information, write to the Burris Company, 920 54th Avenue, Ste. 200, Greeley, CO 80634. For detailed product information, visit the company website at www.burrisoptics.com. Visit us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/BurrisOptics.

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Eliminator III Specifications:

Length (Inches) 15.75 (max)

Weight (oz) 26

Actual Magnification (low) 4X

Actual Magnification (high) 16X

Field of View (Low/High at 100 yards) 25′ – 7′

Adjustable Parallax (yards) 50 – Infinity

Laser Performance (yards reflective) 1200+

Laser Performance (yards deer) 750+

Battery Life 5000 cycles

Reticle Plane 2nd plane

Adjustment Click Value 1/4 MOA

Eye Relief (minimum range) 3.5″ – 4.0″

Waterproof yes

Fogproof yes

Shockproof yes

Temperature Function 0 – 140 °F

  • 7 User comments to “Burris’s New Eliminator III Riflescope Offers Extreme Accuracy”

    1. Mike Wilson on February 25, 2012 at 9:22 PM said:

      Is there a remote activation button?

    2. Ted Oliver on August 4, 2012 at 6:03 AM said:

      I hunt winter and summer. Temperatures could be -45 up. If this scope is only good from 0 degrees up, what makes it better than other scopes that will work at any temperature? I have a trigicon 20x now, but too much is up to the shooter and time involved to get on the target quickly at 1000 yds. Please explain if this scope works well in – temp. or not. Thankyou

    3. Dan Bates on November 30, 2012 at 2:20 AM said:

      I too would like to know on the temp. I often hunt when it around -10F to -35F that is with no windchill….

    4. Gino mangone on January 1, 2013 at 2:24 PM said:

      I was ready to buy the eliminator III but changed my mind when I read that temperature range was from 0 degrees and up. Because I live in Alberta, Canada I hunt in temperatures of -35 to +15 , how will the Eliminator III function under these extreme temperatures.

    5. They work very well in -temperatures
      I’ve had one for a while now and couldn’t be happier
      I think this review missed on some major details
      Here are some from Burriss for the eliminator 3

      Specifications
      4x-16x-50mm #200116
      Laser Range* (yards reflective)
      Laser Range* (yards deer)
      Laser Accuracy
      Battery
      Battery Life
      Operating Temperature
      Field of View
      (Low-High feet @ 100 yards)
      Adjustable Parallax (yards)
      Exit Pupil (mm) Low – High
      Click Value (Inch @ 100 yards)
      Maximum Adjustment
      Weight with mount & battery
      Optimum Eye Relief (Inch)
      Objective End Dia (mm)
      Clear Objective Dia (mm)
      Ocular End Dia (mm)
      Overall Length (Inch)
      Mounting Rail Length (Inch)
      Torque Spec. for Mounting Bolts
      *Environmental conditions may limit range

      1200+
      750+
      +/- 1 yard
      CR-2
      5000 cycles
      -15° – +140°F
      25-7

      50 – infinity
      12.5-3.1
      1/4 MOA
      40 MOA
      26 oz
      3.5 – 4.0
      65.5
      50
      39
      15.75
      8.5
      40-80 in.-lb.

    6. rick moore on May 16, 2014 at 4:42 PM said:

      why does the burris elim.2 sometime stay lit and run my battery down? this has happened with 2 different burris elim 2 scopes now.

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