Burris Optics 4.5-14x42 DropTine Riflescope (G2B Mil-Dot Reticle)

BH #BU45X14X42G2 • MFR #200078
Burris Optics
Burris Optics 4.5-14x42 DropTine Riflescope (G2B Mil-Dot Reticle)
Key Features
  • G2B Mil-Dot, SFP
  • 1" One-Piece Main-Tube
  • 1/4 MOA/Click Impact Point Correction
  • 40 MOA Windage/Elevation Adjustment
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The 4.5-14x42 DropTine Riflescope from Burris Optics is a versatile, general-purpose scope for medium to long-range use. With anti-reflection, multicoated optics, views through it are bright and clear, even in low-light conditions, with high contrast and true color representation. Precise 1/4 MOA per click shot correction helps you get on-target faster, and its 40 MOA windage/elevation adjustment range will allow you to compensate for most conditions and terrain. This riflescope also features a third turret for parallax adjustment to increase accuracy at longer ranges.
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Burris Optics DropTine Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Optical Performance
  • 3G2B Mil-Dot Reticle
  • 4Use and Handling
  • 5Construction Details

The 4.5-14x42 DropTine Riflescope from Burris Optics is a versatile, general-purpose scope for medium to long-range use. With anti-reflection, multicoated optics, views through it are bright and clear, even in low-light conditions, with high contrast and true color representation. Precise 1/4 MOA per click shot correction helps you get on-target faster, and its 40 MOA windage/elevation adjustment range will allow you to compensate for most conditions and terrain. This riflescope also features a third turret for parallax adjustment to increase accuracy at longer ranges.

The DropTine scope employs the G2B Mil-Dot reticle, placed on the second (rear) focal plane. To match the turret's MRAD scale, is the G2B Mil-Dot reticle. This is a duplex crosshair-style with hashmarks set 1 MRAD apart and dots between. Developed for precision shooters, the reticle provides the tools to accurately range, measure distances, correct shot placement, and calculate wind hold-off.

Optical Performance

  • 4.5x - 14x zoom magnification
  • 42mm diameter objective lens
  • Anti-reflection Hi-Lume multicoated optics for reduces glare and increases light transmission for bright and clear images with high contrast and true color transmission
  • 22-7.5' field of view at 100 yd

G2B Mil-Dot Reticle

  • MRAD based duplex crosshair-style reticle
  • Hashmarks set at 1 MRAD intervals with dots between on both axes
  • Hashmarks and dots can be used for ranging, distance calculations, and hold-off for wind
  • Reticle placed on the second (rear) focal plane

Use and Handling

  • 1/4 MOA per click impact point correction
  • 50 MOA windage/elevation adjustment range
  • Capped low-profile turrets can be re-zeroed after initial sighting
  • Fast focus eyepiece with up to 3.8" eye relief

Construction Details

  • Aluminum housing, with 1" one-piece main-tube
  • Scratch and corrosion-resistant matte-black anodized finish
  • Nitrogen-filled for water and fogproof performance
  • Double-spring tensioned for shock and recoil resistance
UPC: 000381000781

Burris Optics DropTine Specs

Performance
Magnification4.5 to 14x
Objective Lens Diameter42 mm
Field of View4.5x: 22' @ 100 yd / 7.3 m @ 100 m
14x: 7.5' @ 100 yd / 2.5 m @ 100 m
Exit Pupil Diameter4.5x: 9 mm
14x: 3 mm
Eye Relief3.1 to 3.8" / 79 to 97 mm
Reticle
Reticle TypeG2B MIL Dot Reticle (Second Focal Plane)
Features
Impact Point Correction1/4 MOA per Click
Windage Adjustment40 MOA
Elevation Adjustment40 MOA
Environmental
Water ResistanceWaterproof
FogproofYes, Nitrogen Filled
General
Maintube Diameter1"
BatteryNone
DimensionsLength: 13" / 33 cm
Weight18 oz / 510.3 g
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Do I need high scope rings for this scope? I'm going to be putting it on a heavy barrel savage .17 hmr.
Asked by: Anonymous
With a 50MM objective I would go for high rings.
Answered by: John P.
Date published: 2018-08-25
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