I am very pleased with the XTR 40x scope thus far; but while ready to take it out further than 100 yds, the ballistic website program only allows reticle analysis fir scope heights (center bore to center scope) up to 3” max, but a SCAR17 with 1-1/2” Burris signature rings for 34mm tube yields 3.42” height. Burris said they are checking into this, but there is no firm commitment yet to update their website to suit 3.5” height. I may be forced to buy my own ballistic computer program; although Burris advertised support of the scope on free website.
I’m in love with this scope!! Only problem is, it’s a illuminated scope and it won’t illuminate. So just got it, got it Mounted cited in now I’ve got to take it off and send it back in
I have actually had this XTR II to the range a lot. It is easy to see through the scope is very clear and the adjustments to elevation and windage nice and crisp. I will purchase another XTR rifle scope.
I bought this several months to go atop a custom rifle. Looked at all PRS utilized scopes and decided on the Burris XTR II 8-40x50 because of the high-power magnification and the 1/8 MOA adjustments. It also has a zero stop and built for a 20 MOA canted rings. It passed elevation and box tests with ease. It's a real treat to have when shooting past 600 yards, great for ELR shooting. It's easy to adjust parallex, magnification and elevation and windage. I recommend it.