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Burris eliminator scope

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by TIMC, Jul 7, 2010.

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  1. TIMC

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    Anyone have experience with this scope? I have been interested in tryin one of these for a long time. I found a good deal on one so I busted out and ordered it. I plan on mounting it on an AR chambered in 6.5 Grendel.

    So what do you guys think? Good/Bad

    http://www.burrisoptics.com/tv2.html
     
  2. winchester62

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    Really interested in this scope. Please review it!
     
  3. TIMC

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    Will do, There was a really good review on it in Guns & Ammo but I don't know anyone with first hand experience. I have thought about getting one ever since they came out and when I found them for $635 with shipping included I figured it was time to go for it.
     
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    It seems very few people actually own them, because I have not been able to get an answer on my thread about the Burris, Nokon, or Bushnell rangefinder scopes either.

    The only opinions I have received is that I shouldn't get one because if the electronics go dead, then all you have is an EXPENSIVE scope.

    I figure if they work for a few years it will be worth it. I love the concept and I think it would be a great way to hunt. It takes most of the guess work out of the ranging and keeps you from fumbling with a separate rangefinder too. The weight is heavy compared to a regular scope, but the combined weight of separate components is more than these scopes weight, so your overall total weight being carried is less.

    When you get yours, please do a comprehensive assessment. I will be buying one after the first of next year. I am not sure which one yet, so your input and feedback is greatly appreciated.

    Mikey!
     
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  5. TIMC

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    Optics planet has a super deal on them right now on Ebay. I bought mine for $635 with shipping included. Last time I looked they had 9 left.

    As far as electronics going dead; well all I have to say is if I felt like that I would not have ever bought a red dot scope or holographic sight which I have on a couple of guns and they have performed well so why not give this a try.
    I'll give a detailed range report when I get it mounted on my Grendel.
     
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