Burris scope

Discussion in 'Equipment Reviews' started by ZakFT, Mar 11, 2013.

  1. ZakFT

    ZakFT New Member

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    Would be grateful to get some info on a Burris Signiture 8-32x50 scope. Thanks:)
     
  2. NJR 100

    NJR 100 Because I`m AWESIME !!

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    As regards to?

    Price?
    Range finding abilities?
    Build qaulity?

    all of the above and more?
     
  3. springer34

    springer34 anschutz 9003

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    To be honest i cant fault mine it ranges spot on the glass is on same par as my s&b cracking scope price between £250- £350 id lie more on the side of £350 though.:)
     
  4. ZakFT

    ZakFT New Member

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    Indeed all above thanks.
     
  5. RobF

    RobF Administrator Staff Member

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    Keep the thread on topic and on track please.
     
  6. ZakFT

    ZakFT New Member

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    Can anyone confirm what size sunshade is required for a Burris signature 8-32x44 and if it screws on. Also the size of the flip up covers to fit scope. Help appreciated. :)
     
  7. killen

    killen Senior Member

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    Sun Shade

    The Burris comes with a screw in sunshade. Never bothered with it when I had one as it ruins the look of the scope. Its smaller than the scope tube. The scope was brilliant though and as said before, brilliant glass.
    :)
     
  8. ZakFT

    ZakFT New Member

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    Thanks. I was thinking the same. There is not a hughe difference with the sunshade.
     
  9. mpr

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    scope

    found the glass very clear,depth to good for HFT, range finding LTD.BUT A DAM GOOD SCOPE if you can range find in you head, pellets fall on the scopes dot and,balistc ret :)
     
  10. ZakFT

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    Anyone....?
     

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