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How to Sight in the Oracle X Rangefinding Crossbow Scope

In this video, Jake Kallenbach (Burris Optics’ lead engineer on the Oracle X) walks you through how to install the Oracle X rangefinding crossbow scope and get it sighted in.

The Oracle X features a modern, lightweight design that is waterproof, shockproof, fog proof, and nitrogen filled so it can handle any weather conditions you might experience. Backed by the Burris no questions asked Forever Warranty, you don’t have to worry when you invest in the Oracle X.  Expected retail price is just $899 with models available for purchase in June – plenty of time to get comfortable with the Oracle X before fall hunts begin.

The wireless remote sets it apart from the competition.  It can be placed anywhere on the crossbow within easy reach of your fingers for quick ranging.  There are no wires to get caught in bow strings, cables, or accessories.  With the included attachments there’s no worry about a lost remote either.

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Our 2-7 variable power scope will not only range your target but also includes angle compensation bringing unequaled accuracy to your crossbow setup in shooting situations that crossbow hunters will experience in the field including tree stand and elevated blind hunting.  The Oracle X, once a target is ranged, automatically calculates distance and angle and displays an illuminated pin at the exact point of impact.  This pin will change to stay accurate throughout the zoom range of the scope so no matter what magnification you’re using you know the illuminated pin is exactly where you need to aim.  The accuracy and consistency of the Oracle X is exactly what you need to make a clean, ethical shot.

Don’t leave your shot of a lifetime to chance.  Get the Oracle X from Burris.  Find what matters!

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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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