The Burris XTR III is a frequent recipient of top place finishes at major long-distance shooting competitions including PRS (Precision Rifle Series) and NRL (National Rifle League) competitions across the US. In this video, Dorgan Trostel (Burris Pro Shooter and PRS Champion) takes you through what makes the Made in the USA XTR III the best PRS/NRL scope on the market including:
1. Rock Solid Tracking
2. Best In Class Field of View
3. Race Features
4. Glass Quality
5. Special Competition Reticle
6. Eye Box
Designed, machined, and assembled in Greeley, Colorado, the new Burris XTR III line of riflescopes features 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 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. SCR MIL and SCR MOA reticles are also available.
To learn more about the entire line of Burris Optics please visit: www.burrisoptics.com
Burris Optics, based in Greeley, Colorado, has been an optics innovation leader for nearly 50 years. The company produced its first optics in 1972 and was the originator of the ballistic plex design employed by every hunting optics manufacturer since. Every optic produced by Burris is designed, engineered, and tested in our Greeley, CO facility.
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