Burris Eliminator III
The Burris Eliminator III Laserscope brings high tech military range finding scope type technology to civilian hunters and shooters. The Eliminator accurately measures the range to a target and automatically adjust for bullet trajectory based on your ammunition. Burris offers a 750 yard ballistics chart with most available ammunition listed. Use this chart for setting up the scope.
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Burris Eliminator III LaserScope 4-16x50mm
The Burris Eliminator III LaserScope is the most innovative and effective hunting riflescope in the world. Combining outstanding optics, pinpoint laser rangefinding, and precision trajectory compensation for the exact ammunition you choose for your hunt, it eliminates most of the variables and guesswork that often cause hunters to go home empty-handed. In one fast sequence the Eliminator III determines the distance to your target, factors in your trajectory and illuminates the perfect holdover. It’s that simple.
The Burris Eliminator III significantly extends the range and accuracy of your favorite rifle. No other riflescope combines the level of quality, technology, accuracy, repeatability, speed and effectiveness. It will greatly increase the distance at which you can make an ethical shot.
Built-In Laser Rangefinder
Laser range capability out to1,200-plus yards with reflective target, 750-plus yards with non-reflective target. Allows you to range your target without
carrying additional equipment. New model with remote cable switch makes ranging activation even easier.
Automatic Trajectory Compensation
Customized trajectory compensation calculates the perfect holdover at your exact distance; program your cartridge’s ballistics information, push a button and a bright-red, illuminated dot signifies your new aiming point. Trajectory compensation works on any magnification.
Integrated inclinometer adjusts for any angle on uphill or downhill shots.
Scope displays a 10 mph Wind Value to indicate wind hold-off for your specific cartridge at the indicated range to
target. Wind Value represents how many dots to hold into the wind for a 10 mph crosswind.
Strong, Low Mounting
Riflescope comes with its own bases that attach to any Weaver-style or Picatinny base. No rings required.
The Eliminator III comes with a programming book, and there is a web site app to help get the precise programming numbers you need, based on your elevation, atmospheric condition, and cartridge of choice. Check it out here.
Burris Eliminator III Model Number 200119:
Eliminator III Model #200119 has some big changes over the other Eliminator III models:
- It features a Remote Cable Switch to activate the On/Range button from any position the shooter desires. The cable can be attached to either side of the Eliminator. The cable is a flexible coil, and has a length of 14-24 inches to accommodate various mounting positions.
- Model #200119 is also compatible with muzzle loader and low velocity cartridges (.300blk, rimfire, etc.). You are able to select 50, 100 or 200 yard zeros. The model #200119 is the only current Eliminator model with these abilities.
NOTE: It is not possible to alter or upgrade other Eliminator models to use the Model #200119 features. The remote cable is not available separately, and will not work on other models (it replaces the current mechanical switch with an electronic signal, which required an entirely new internal circuit system).
Burris Eliminator III Quick Start Instructions
Download the Burris Eliminator 3 Quick Start Guide
- Before you begin, make sure to have your Drop Number and BC selections ready to enter. More details on finding Drop Number and BC can be found in the “Program the Eliminator For Your Specific Cartridge” section of the manual (page 10).
- To enter Set-Up mode, push and hold the Forward button first, then press one of the On/Range buttons and hold them down simultaneously for six seconds, then release.
- The first number that appears for two seconds is the software version. Next, the display shows the Y (yards) or M (meters) and the current Ballistic Table. Push the Forward button (within 30 seconds). You are now in the Table Select mode.
- Push the Up button or Down button to select Y or M (yards or meters). Push the Forward button to confirm your selection.
- The Drop Number will now be flashing. Press the Up button to increase it, or the Down button to decrease it. When the Drop Number you want is flashing, press and release the Forward button to advance to BC selection.
- The BC selection will now be flashing. Most BC numbers are preceded by a decimal point, but not here. Press the Up button to increase it or the Down button to decrease it. When the BC number you want is flashing, press and release the Back button to save your choice. The scope will now automatically return to shooting mode, and you are ready to start shooting.
Burris Eliminator Quick Tips
- To turn your scope on, press one of the On/Range buttons.
- Regardless of which unit you’re working with (yards or meters), the Drop Numbers are based on drop at 750 yards when zeroed at 100 yards.
- The crosshair center must be used for ranging.
- The scope will display the Range to your target, and a 10 MPH Windage Offset at the top. The Windage Offset simply indicates how many dots to hold into the wind with a 10 MPH wind. After 10 seconds the unit, range, and battery status icons go off, but the Holdover Dot and Windage Offset will continue to be displayed for the entire 90 seconds, but will disappear when you press On/Range or make a magnification change.
- Verify your Drop Number and BC selection. For longrange shooting, verify the actual drop at 750 yards (686 meters). We recommend you set the scope at maximum magnification and shoot a group. If your group is low, increase the Drop Number by the number of inches it is low. If the group is high, decrease the Drop Number by the number of inches high.
- During normal operation, the brightness of the reticle illumination can be increased by pressing the Up button and decreased by pressing the Down button.
- If the range to the target cannot be determined, the scope will display four horizontal lines in the range display area along with 100-yard increment Holdover Dots so the reticle
is still usable.
- If you are unable to determine the distance to a target, check for obstacles between the scope and the target, such as grass, twigs, leaves, rain or snow, and mist or other airborne debris. It’s also wise to check for a dirty objective lens, poor target quality due to lack of reflection, low battery life, or anything that is making your hold unsteady.