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eurolynn View Drop Down
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Burris to me is a weird love hate relationship.  I really like the older Fullfields and the newer
Fullfield IIs but couldn't get my eyes to like the Timberline.  I had one, never mounted it when I looked through it I didn't have the same 'comfortable view' I did with the Fullfields.  A friend knew of my like for Burris and decided to buy a Signature Series and he had nothing but trouble with it.  No matter how he did it he couldn't get the posi-lock to not screw up his zero.

But back to me now, I finally noticed the Fullfield E1 scopes and am kind of attracted to the illuminated ballistic plex.  But when the battery dies can you still see the reticule well enough in daylight hours to use it?  I would assume it does but in this day and age assumptions are not a good thing.

If you have one please let me know.
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I too am a huge Burris fan, and have never yet had any problem with a Burris product! I have several Burris scopes, including the timberline, which I like a lot. yes you can still see the reticle on the illuminated models, either with them turned off or with the batteries dead.
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