Burris engineers have come out with version two of the Oracle Rangefinding Bow Sight with refinements that were asked for by the archery community. The Oracle 2 installs like any other but has an onboard computer allowing the user to program for different arrow and broadhead profiles. Once calibrated, draw the bow, find the target in the sight, press the range button and see the precise and illuminated aiming point with angle compensation.
Hunters asked for improved auto-brightness detection and manual brightness control, and Burris delivered. The setup and calibration are completed with micro-adjustments on the laser range finder (LRF) as instructed in the heads-up display within the sight. The sight helps troubleshoot things that could go wrong with a built-in level and angle degree that lets you know when to adjust your third axis. The rangefinder is accurate to 500 yards on reflective targets and 200 yards on animals and is lightning fast. The sight weighs 20 ounces and takes CR123 lithium batteries.
The Oracle 2 has an MSRP of $599.99. For more information, visit burrisoptics.com.