It was this easy; mount optic, zero at 50 yards. Walk over to the long range and hit armor at 300 yards, then 400 yards, then 500 yards, and finally 600 yards. All of this was done with Walmart junkyard ammunition in 308 caliber (10-12" grouping). I went back the next weekend with match grade ammunition and tightened up the group to 4 inches. The only suggestion I would have for Burris, is to make the touchpad for the computer cable smaller. The touchpad is too long in the limits where it can be mounted on a weapon with limited real estate
Just love this scope. With the built in range finder and ballistics data you can count on very quick shots on game. Manually adjusted scopes can do many of the same things as this scope but with the few seconds you have for some big game shots this scope is very fast.
The scope is great. It has an awesome range finder built in and is great for long shots. I'm very pleased with the Burris Eliminator III. Enter the ballistics of the bullet for accuracy. I would recommend this scope to use on any rifle.
My first notice was how light that it was. Installation and the initial calibration was fairly straight forward and once dialed in this scope is a game changer. I do a lot of cold weather stand hunting and don't always have the luxury of ranging quick enough with my hands bundled up but this allows me to aim, range and decide on the animal all at the same time.