Re: Burris Eliminator III Scope Review
I own the Eliminator III and it is a great scope. Side by side comparison with my S&B 4x16 PH is just like I thought it would be, S&B hands down better glass but we all knew how that would turn out. It does have better clarity that my 4.5X 30 Bushnell Elite set at 16 power. After sighting in at 100 yards I mover to 750 yards. I was shooting a 16"x18" steel gong with a spray painted black 4" diameter bulls eye. First 3 rounds hit in a 4" group just left of the bull and I believe this was due to spin drift. I have wind flags all the way to the 750 yard line and the morning was very still. I shot the rifle at 750, 600, 500 and 400 yards. Just aim,range and shoot, it is that simple. Burris states the scope red dot aiming point does not change at different power settings. I verified this by shooting at 12, 14 and 16 power settings. You cannot go wrong buying the scope. It is the future in optics. It isn't cheep but what is these days?
BTW- The rifle used has a trued Remington action with a Pac Nor 308 tight bore Palma chambered 4 groove barrel.