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300wsman
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 23, 2008 1:30 pm    Post subject: Re: burris scopes Reply with quote

sightron has just about all types of reticles, even the b-plex like the burris.they have a one piece tube and a lifetime no questions asked warrenty, my scope has the mildot, which i love.
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 27, 2008 4:29 pm    Post subject: Re: burris scopes Reply with quote

well got the scope today. the 28th. ordered it on the 23rd. pretty good delivery time from the states to nz. theopticzone are prompt. put it on the .308. looks to be well made. been looking through it in my house with the lights of and seems to transmit light well. its absolutly pissing down outside so not doing to get to shoot with it for a while. will tell you all what i think when i do. going to do some tracking tests with it i think.
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PostPosted: Thu Aug 07, 2008 4:49 am    Post subject: Re: burris scopes Reply with quote

good scope, has been out in the rain and snow and stilll working well. have shot a few tahr at 350m with it. very clear. defintly a good buy
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 27, 2008 1:09 pm    Post subject: Re: burris scopes Reply with quote

I got the 3x9-40mm Fullfield and put it on my .300 win mag with Burris rings.
Nothing to complaing about, got a good buy, $200 for scope and Bonus Binocular!!

i upgraded my Savage 111 with a limbsaver barrel derosonator(which believe it or not really improved accuracy) and mounted a bipod for steady shooting. Oh yeah also the Limbsaver recoil pad. WOW! Good buy for a .300 mag. before my shoulder hurt after 3 shots. Now i shot 20 in a row and i was loving it, almost no recoil pain, it just kind of pushes u back and doesnt kick like a mule anymore.

ok back to topic, i put the fullfield on and loved how it looked and balanced my rifle. I was doing 3/4" groups within the first 20 shots and steadily improving!! love it!
planning on doing some long range shooting so i hope the 200/300/400/500 yard lines actually work!!

Dan

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270WSMVICTORY
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 27, 2008 6:01 pm    Post subject: Re: burris scopes Reply with quote

I've got the Fullfield 3x9x40 on my CVA Optima Elite 50 cal.and
the Euro Diamond 2.5x10x40 on my Tikka 3 270WSM....paid a lot
for it all but while sighting them in I think I made the best
choice for the money. Both guns will put bullets in the same
hole at 100yds.......damn sounds like I'm bragging..... Laughing
I guess I am! Shocked
One of my hunting buddies told me about the Burris Scopes, he
uses Ziess Scopes because he can ,I on the other hand don't have
that kind of money, hell I shouldn't have spent what I did on
the Burris Scopes but I let him talk me into it, now I'm
glad I did now.....Friday I sighted in the CVA, I shot my first
hole in one on the forth round, it took three shot to get it in
the bull(4" triangle), now don't get me wrong, it's not going to shoot a
hole in a hole every shot but it's pretty darn close, probably if
the powder charge was just like the one shot before it would be
or pretty close to it. The Ballistic Plex is in both scopes
and works really well, I have shot both guns at just under 200 yds. and used the first dot on the 270 and used the third dot
at the same distant with the CVA both guns scored nicely, believe it or not...now that's bragging for sure! Very Happy
Burris's are great scopes but so was my Tasco or so I thought. Rolling Eyes
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 27, 2008 7:37 pm    Post subject: Re: burris scopes Reply with quote

I have a Burris Black Diamond 4-16X50 ballistic mildot reticle with the side focus and posi lock feature on my .300 Ultra Mag and have not had a problem with it. Very clear and durable scope for the money.
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