In a Split Second, The Eliminator: Ranges Your Target Calculates Your Trajectory Illuminates Your Perfect Holdover No more guessing yardage or fumbling with a shaky handheld rangefinder. No more losing sight of your trophy. No more guessing holdover. The Eliminator knows the precise horizontal distance to your trophy and exactly what your cartridge will do.Read more
Starting with the field-proven and bright crystal-clear optics of the original Burris LaserScope, The Eliminator provides a sophisticated yet very simple and accurate means of tailoring the scope`s trajectory compensation to virtually any cartridge.
Eliminator Laser Ranging Technology
Simply enter one of the 40 drop numbers into the Eliminator. In a split second, the Eliminator factors in the distance, the angle of the shot, and the ballistics of your cartridge, and presents a lighted dot for the perfect holdover.
All you need to know is the drop in inches at 500 yards when your cartridge is sighted in for 100 yards. Burris provides this `drop number` for more than 600 commercial cartridges. With your drop number established, you decide if you prefer a sight-in at either 100 or 200 yards (or meters).
Sight-in your gun at your selected sight-in distance of either 100 or 200 yards. Then verify point of impact by actual shooting at 500 yards. Depending on the exact ammo performance, your gun`s barrel length, the elevation, and any extreme temperatures, you might need to increase or decrease your Drop Number by a couple of digits for exacting performance.
Your programming is stored in the scope no matter the condition of your battery and it will still remember your programming with no battery at all.
Ultra Low Mounting System
A proprietary mounting system developed by Burris allows for the lowest possible mounting of the LaserScope. Other mounting systems tend to position comparable scopes as much as two ring sizes higher, which inhibits natural shooting posture.
The Burris LaserScope is a fully functional, self-contained unit. For maximum operational efficiency and fingertip control, a remote activation switch, included with the LaserScope, can be attached to the rifle`s forearm.
Burris scopes are subjected to extreme recoil tests. An impact machine is used to measure and duplicate the recoil pulse acceleration and duration. This machine has been calibrated and verified by an independent laboratory to replicate the wave frequencies and shock impulses that a scope is subjected to.
All Burris optics are proven to be absolutely waterproof. Each scope is submerged in water with a temperature of 50° C. The extremely hot water transfers its heat to the scope and the internal nitrogen expands.
The nitrogen contained in the scope is:
To be sure that all airborne moisture and surfaces moisture within a scope is evacuated, testing consists of 24 cycles of: