I bought two of these scopes in the 1980's for two Sako rifles in 7mm mag and .300 Wetherby Mag. I have hunted with both until the 7 mag was stolen from my home about ten years ago. Both the rifles and the scopes have been excellent. They don't ever miss, only the shooter does. The work part of their use is constantly adjusting for the current conditions. As I move through the mountains, usually Colorado, New Mexico or the Texas Hill Country, I leave the power setting on 6.5 and continuously adjust the parallax for the anticipated distance. I get almost constant criticism for using a "target" scope for hunting with most of the comments being about one's inability to hold such a scope "steady." My response is that no one can hold any scope "steady" in hunting conditions; the lower the magnification, the less you will notice the movement of the crosshairs. I find that with the higher magnification the movement of the reticles is over a smaller portion of the target and thus, my accuracy increases. The high power scopes work for me and that is all that matters. Thanks for such a clear and accurate product. Almost all my scopes are Leupold (I have some "used" rifles that had scopes on them and I left them on if they were on target). Never found anything better at any price.
We bought this for our soft side, inflatable (blow up the ring and fill with water ) pool. Finally got it on last night and tucked the edges of the blanket under the ring of the pool. It did not sink nor did it blow away in the strong (up to 50mph) New Mexican winds. I think it will also help keep the pool clean. It's certainly easier to deal with than the pool cover
I had a custom 300 win mag made. I was going to put a more expensive scope on the rifle but the gunsmith wanted to mount a scope, I had this scope in my safe and had him mount it. For the money you cant beat it. One shot bull elk kill at 642 yards. 3 deer shot at over 500 yards. 407 yard barbary sheep neck shot, guide said I could not make it! So in 5 years it has been on a lot of hunts. Hunting the mountains of New Mexico the rifle and scope take a beating. The rifle may sit in the safe for 8 to 10 months, take it out for a hunt, check the zero, usually only one shot, it is always on. The back glass did loosen on the last elk hunt, which bump caused it?? I checked with Burris and the said no problem, just send it in. You can not beat that kind of warranty either. I am replacing the Burris with a Zeiss on the custom 300 but the Burris will have a new home atop a 223!. I trust this scope. I would recommend this scope to anyone, it takes a beating, holds it's zero, glass is sharp, great warranty. You can not wrong for the price.
Bought this 2 years ago for Christmas at the time my son was 1. We have had it ever since . Set up was a little difficult (mostly because it was Christmas morning and we were exhausted lol) but it has held strong and we are thinking of purchasing another kitchen from kidkraft and taking this one to grandma's! We love it.
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