New for 2024: Burris Eliminator 6 Rangefinding Riflescope

posted on January 24, 2024

Burris has announced the release of its all-new, completely redesigned Eliminator 6. With the push of a button, the Eliminator 6 offers instant and precise ranging out to 2,000-plus yards on reflective targets and 1,400 yards on deer. Simply place the reticle on the target, depress the ranging button, and the distance in yards or meters is presented on the scope's heads-up display (HUD). The riflescope features a built-in thermometer, barometer and inclinometer, and it automatically measures density altitude, which can manually selected, if preferred.

Burris Eliminator 6 Rangefinding Riflescope.

The ballistic solutions are built on the BurrisConnect app and uploaded to the scope. Bluetooth connectivity between the scope and the user's mobile device allows the user to create an internal DOPE card in the scope that combines ranging, environmental and ballistic data to achieve the perfect shot. Users can create profiles using factory load data or completely custom covering firearms from muzzleloaders and slug guns to precision rifles.

The scope's illuminated X177 reticle then displays the precise holdover aiming point for the ranged distance. Combined with the reticle's windage hold-off points, the Eliminator 6 offers 177 aim points with ⅕ MOA precision to ensure reliable point-of-aim/point-of-impact performance.

Also available in the HUD is bullet velocity and bullet energy at the ranged distance. This allows the hunter to recognize when the shot distance may be too far and the velocity/energy too low to ensure an ethical kill. In addition, the scope also offers a ShotCall Marker that will display an "X" if the user defined ballistic terminal performance is inadequate at the ranged distance.

Technical Specifications
Magnification: 4-20x52mm
Objective Outer Tube Diameter: 60.1mm
Ocular Diameter: 44.28mm
Tube Diameter: 52mm
Objective Lens Diameter: 52 mm
Eye Relief: 3.4”
Field of View (ft. @ 100 yards): Low 30.5 ft.; High 6.5 ft.
Maximum Bullet Drop: Low 63 MOA; High 35 MOA
Exit Pupil: Low 8.6mm; High 2.9mm
Ranging Distance: ≤ 2,000 yds. high reflective; ≥ 1,800 yds. non-reflective brown deer hide; ≥ 800 yds. black cow hide
Diopter Setting: +2 to -3­­
Focal Plane: Rear
Display Plane: Rear
Reticle: X177
Display Illumination: Push Button or Auto, 9 Levels
Battery: Scope – CR123A x1, Remote – CR2032 x1
Length: 14.6"
Weight: 30 ozs.
Elevation Turret Marking Graduations: ⅛ MOA
Total Elevation Adjustment Range: 40 MOA
Windage Turret Graduations (Clicks): ⅛ MOA
Total Windage Adjustment Range: 40 MOA
Parallax/Focus Range: 25 yds. to Infinity
Operating Temperature: -4°F to 110°F
Storage Temperature: -22°F to 158°F
MSRP: $3,000;

To learn more about the Eliminator 6, check out the video embedded above.


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