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What does anyone think about a Burris signature safari in 1.75 X 5 X 32mm with a lighted fast plex reticle.
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This scope is very specialized and does an excellent job for its intended use........quick and close targets.....moving targets and or multiple targets.

 

Low variable magnification, extra eye relief and an illuminated reticle that draws your eye to the center.

 

Burris 1.75-5x32

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Originally posted by Chris Chris wrote:

This scope is very specialized and does an excellent job for its intended use........quick and close targets.....moving targets and or multiple targets.

 

Low variable magnification, extra eye relief and an illuminated reticle that draws your eye to the center.

 

Burris 1.75-5x32

 

Very cool pic, Chris!!!

Is there a formula for how far should lead a speeding cheetah?? 

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Looks like a useful piece of equipment.  I'm more familiar with the 1.5-6x42 Nikon Monarch gold which I really like.  This Burris 1.75-5X32 does have the added advantage of the illuminated reticle.  Scopes in this power range are very useful for stalking game and a fine choice for dangerous game guns.

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I waiting for Chris to tell us that Cheetah taste like Chicken...

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I waiting for Chris to tell us that Cheetah taste like Chicken...

 

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