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Burris Optics combined state-of-the-art engineering with refinements for accuracy in the 4-20x50 XTR II Riflescope. The optical system offers bright and clear images, with high contrast and true colors, thanks to the indexed-matched Hi-Lume multiple anti-reflection coatings. To maximize image brightness in low light and at high magnifications, this riflescope features a wide 50mm objective lens. The G2B Mil-Dot reticle, located in the first focal plane, is ideal for mid-to-long-range tactical shooting. It offers mil-based measurements and features four bold posts, a thin crosshair, and a system of intermittent dot- and line-based markings. You can use its 1/2-mil hash marks and 1-mil dots for precise aiming, holdover, windage hold-offs, and distance measurement. Additionally, you can correct the reticle's parallax from 50 yards to infinity by using the side focus parallax adjuster. To compensate for wind and ballistics you have adjustable windage and elevation and a 1/10 mil impact point correction.
The housing is made of lightweight and durable aluminum with a corrosion-resistant anodized finish. It features a 34 mm single-piece maintube for resistance to shock and recoil, a nitrogen fill for fog proofing, and O-rings for waterproof performance. The fast focus eyepiece's zoom ring and adjustment turrets and rings feature heavy knurling for improved tactile traction and non-slip operation in all weather conditions.
G2B Mil-Dot Reticle
1st focal plane
Ideal for mid-to-long-range tactical shooting
Four bold posts, thin crosshair, and intermittent dot- and line-based markings:
1/2 mil hash marks between 1 mil dots
Precise aiming, ranging, holdover, and windage hold-offs