All of the models listed above boast an ergonomic side focus and easy-to-reach parallax adjustment from 50 yards out to infinity. Burris offers a variety of tactically appropriate, illuminated reticles, but our favorite is the new MOA-graduated SCR (“Special Competition Reticle”), which is not available on the 8-40x50mm model. The illumination feature provides 11 brightness settings spanning night vision, low light, and daytime, with a convenient battery-saver position between each setting. This reduces the time to get on target in any lighting conditions, dramatically increases accuracy when the target is dark, and the extended illumination area permits engaging targets at long range in low-light conditions.

While the higher magnification models feature a combination parallax/illumination-intensity dial (with intermittent battery-saver stops) on the left side, the lower 1-5x and 1.5-8x models lack the parallax adjustment. All models feature audible and tactile windage and elevation adjustments, and depending on model, click-values are measured in 1/8 or 1/4 MOA, or 1/10 Mil.
While the higher magnification models feature a combination parallax/illumination-intensity dial (with intermittent battery-saver stops) on the left side, the lower 1-5x and 1.5-8x models lack the parallax adjustment. All models feature audible and tactile windage and elevation adjustments, and depending on model, click-values are measured in 1/8 or 1/4 MOA, or 1/10 Mil.

The SCR-MOA reticle is a proprietary Burris design that increases speed and precision for wind hold-off, range estimation, and impact measurement. Since it’s set in the first focal plane, the SCR’s 1-MOA holdover lines, 1/2-MOA and 1-MOA windage hold-off lines, and 1/4-MOA ranging brackets on the crosshairs (at the top, left, and right) are accurate at any magnification setting.

Reticle options vary by model and magnification range, but in total, the XTR II line boasts six distinctly different ballistic MOA and Mil-style reticles—most of which carry illumination capability. From left to right/top to bottom, they include the XTR II Ballistic 5.56 Gen 3 and XTR II Ballistic CQ Mil reticles from the 1-5x and 1.5-8x (not included in the rebate), G2B Mil-Dot, F-Class MOA, SCR Mil, and SCR MOA.
Reticle options vary by model and magnification range, but in total, the XTR II line boasts six distinctly different ballistic MOA and Mil-style reticles—most of which carry illumination capability. From left to right/top to bottom, they include the XTR II Ballistic 5.56 Gen 3 and XTR II Ballistic CQ Mil reticles from the 1-5x and 1.5-8x (not included in the rebate), G2B Mil-Dot, F-Class MOA, SCR Mil, and SCR MOA.

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