OutdoorHub Staff 01.27.24
Burris Optics recently introduced the Eliminator 6 4-20x52mm riflescope, marking a significant evolution in its lineup of hunting scopes. The company has a history of integrating advanced technology into its optics, and the Eliminator 6 is designed to continue this legacy by offering hunters a combination of precision and ease of use under varied and challenging conditions.
The Eliminator 6 sports a traditional riflescope form, deviating from the distinct design of its predecessors. Burris claims this new model as its most advanced hunting riflescope to date, embodying over two decades of technological innovation to enhance the hunting experience significantly. With features aimed at reducing guesswork and improving accuracy, the riflescope is built for hunters focusing on making every shot count.
Product specs include:
– A price point set at an MSRP of $3000.
– The X177 Eliminator 6 reticle featuring 100 possible illuminated drop points, adding flexibility and precision for the hunter.
Environmental conditions are critical factors affecting ballistics, and Burris addresses this with environmental monitoring capabilities in the Eliminator 6. The scope is equipped with a built-in thermometer, barometer, and inclinometer, which provide real-time data on the density altitude. While this information can also be input manually, the integrated sensors auto-select the optimal ballistics solution, referencing a database available through the Burris Connect app.
The riflescope’s functionality extends to immediate and accurate rangefinding capabilities. With an ability to provide instant distance measurement for reflective targets up to 2000+ yards and 1400 yards for deer hide, the scope streamlines the process of acquiring and engaging with a target. Users can obtain the target distance displayed in yards or meters after placing the reticle on the target and pressing the ranging button, all visible on the scope’s heads-up display (HUD).