XTR II™ line of tactical riflescopes gets two new reticles for 2015, improved turret knobs and higher magnification models.
The new Burris SCR™ (Special Competition Reticle), available in MIL and MOA versions, increases precision for long-range competition without adding clutter or distraction. The extended center illuminated area lets shooters confidently engage targets at long distances in low light and in shadows. The SCR increases speed and precision for wind hold-off as well as range estimation and impact measurement. SCR reticles are located in the front focal plane, assuring reticle measurements are precise throughout the entire magnification range.
SCR Mil (Low Power; High Power)
SCR MOA (2-10x/3-15x; 4-20x/5-25x)
The new Burris XT-100 click adjustment knob features 100 clicks per rotation instead of 80. It gives shooters 20% more adjustment per rotation and take most tactical calibers out past 1000-yards in a single turn. This means easier calculations, faster adjustments and less chance of getting lost on the dial. With the additional Zero Click Stop feature, shooters can quickly revert back to original yardage without counting revolutions. These upgraded reticles and adjustment knobs are found on
2-10x42mm, 3-15x50mm, 4-20x50mm, and 5-25x50mm models.