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Burris Xtreme Tactical XTR III Rifle Scope 5.5-30X56mm SCR MOA Reticle, Matte Black - 201211
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Burris Xtreme Tactical XTR III Rifle Scope 5.5-30X56mm SCR MOA Reticle, Matte Black - 201211

SKU 800152
Brand Burris Co
Model Number 201211
UPC 000381012111
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Product Details


Manufacturer: Burris
Model: XTR III
Color: Black
Description: Non-Illuminated
Finish: Matte
Size: 34mm
Power: 5.5-30X
Objective: 320x256
Reticle: SCR MOA
MOA: 0.25 MOA


Designed, machined and assembled in Greeley Colorado, the new XTR III line of riflescopes featuring new reticle designs and enhanced field-of-view. Inspired by tactical and competition shooting, precision and reliability are at the core of the XTR III line of optics. Available in a 3.3-18x50mm and 5.5-30x56mm, both models are built with a 34mm body tube for increased strength and extended adjustment range. Elevation adjustments up to 120 MOA on the 3.3-18x50mm will take the 6.5 Creedmoor past one mile. Expanded side parallax adjustment on both models allows fine-tuning focus at shorter distances. Premium glass and optical improvements, including a smaller eyepiece signature and larger eye box, provide best-in-class field-of-view, deeper depth of focus and outstanding light transmission. The new Special Competition Reticle (SCR) 2 MIL reticle features a gridded "Christmas tree" design, allowing extremely fast and accurate windage and elevation compensation and clear communication with spotters.


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