Greeley, CO -(AmmoLand.com)- Burris Optics is excited to announce the launch of a comprehensive suite of four online ballistic tools to help shooters maximize the potential of any Burris riflescope.
Available at no charge, this easy-to-use software and industry-leading cartridge and bullet library allows shooters to master any Burris reticle, build a dope card, program an Eliminator LaserScope, and order custom elevation and windage knobs.
“We are thrilled to bring the online Ballistic Services tools to our customers to help them experience the best possible results with their Burris riflescopes,” said Vice President of Sales and Product Development Patrick Beckett. “We are a company full of hunters and shooters, and we built these tools knowing we would want to use them ourselves. We believe our passion for the shooting sports and our riflescope and ballistics expertise have created a set of tools that will help anyone become a better, more confident shooter.”
All four tools use one of the best bullet libraries in the business: nearly 7,000 cartridges and bullets are included from every major ammunition and bullet manufacturer. Rimfire, centerfire, muzzleloader and shotgun shells are included, as well as G1 and G7 profiles (where available) for precise accuracy. This impressive library ensures better results for absolute accuracy no matter what you’re shooting.
Burris Reticle Analysis Calculator:
Maximize the potential of any Burris reticle with the Burris Reticle Analysis Calculator. This tool allows a user to select their ammunition and define exact environmental shooting conditions, such as altitude, humidity, wind speed and more, to deliver accurate aiming solutions for their Burris reticle at any distance. The results are highly customizable and printable.
The Burris Dope Card Builder is a fully customizable solution for determining bullet performance at any distance. By using the extensive Burris bullet library and providing a level of detail not offered by most industry dope card builders, users can expect exceptionally accurate performance when using the Burris Dope Card tool.
The Burris Eliminator LaserScope is one of the most advanced riflescopes on the market. With the touch of a button it ranges your target, calculates your exact holdover, and provides a wind value to help you estimate the correct wind hold-off – all based on the exact ammunition you are shooting. For accurate performance, you program the Eliminator by entering the Drop Number at 750 yards and the Ballistic Coefficient for the cartridge you are shooting. The Eliminator Programming Tool helps you determine the correct Drop Number and Ballistic Coefficient, and lets you fine-tune your results by adjusting for your actual shooting conditions.
Burris customers can now order custom elevation knobs for many Burris riflescopes. Build a knob for your favorite load and exact shooting conditions, so you know your adjustments are spot on whether you’re off to your annual whitetail hunt or heading to a monthly 3GUN match. Build absolute confidence in your riflescope with a Burris custom knob.
The Burris Ballistic Services can be found online at BurrisOptics.com/Ballistics.
About Burris Company, Inc.:
Founded in 1971 and headquartered in Greeley, CO, Burris Company offers a complete line of premium optics, including riflescopes and sights for hunting, competition, and law enforcement; plus handgun scopes, spotting scopes, mounts and accessories.
For more information on the complete line of Burris products, visit BurrisOptics.com or Facebook.com/BurrisOptics.
I cannot tell for the life of me what the Reticle Analysis Calculator is trying to tell me. It does not correlate with anything on a Dope Card that’s calculated using the exact same zero distance, ammo, muzzle velocity, atmospheric conditions, etc., and there is no legend or indication of what the numbers to the right of the lower mil hashmarks are supposed to indicate. They change with zero distance, but the results are counter-intuitive (for example, for a .22 LR zero’d at 50 yds, why is -1 mil mark 12 whatevers, and -2 mil mark is 11? Guess I’ll… Read more »
Sorry folks, but the web page, and the application, show all the signs of being written by someone that isn’t a shooter, but a first year, wantabe, programmer. Very convoluted and counter-intuitive.
Just my opinion.