Burris Scout Riflescope 2-7x32mm
The Scout 2-7x32mm riflescope is designed for scout rifles, whose concept was developed by the legendary Col. Jeff Cooper.
The slim optic provides low to medium magnification. It allows for placement well forward on the rifle, so you can get—and keep—both eyes on field targets while sitting or moving at full speed.
A tough, 1-piece tube contains precision-ground glass. It’s multi-coated for glare resistance and maximum clarity.
A scout rifle is meant for action, and so is this scout riflescope. The field-proven Burris design is double spring-tensioned for utter reliability. It’s resistant to the shock of hard use.
Positive, steel-on-steel click adjustments provide repeatability. The whole package is completely fogproof and waterproof.
|Objective Lens Diameter:||39 mm|
|Clear Objective Lens Diameter:||32 mm|
Customer Ratings & Reviews
this is the one
I purchased the Burris Scout Scope soon after it came out, I had trouble finding any reliable reviews but had had positive experiences with the Burris pistol scopes in the same format. I mounted the Burris scout on my Ruger Gunsite Scout Rifle with Warne quick detach low rings, and it fits perfectly. It sit about as low as you can mount a scope and still be functional. I had to install the scope pretty far forward to get my eye relief but still have a little room to the front with the stock rail on my Gunsite and only one spacer on my but stock. At the range, the scope continued to impress in dialed in nicely with smooth transitions and easy adjustments. The variable zoom is excellent, understand that the field of view at 7x will be significantly reduced do to the extended eye relief. The scope has held zero after several trips to the range. Overall I am happy with this product and have yet to find any drawbacks.
Typical Burris Quality!
After purchasing a very similar but a much less quality (and price) optics, this scout scopes is a thing of beauty in all regards. I installed mine on an M1A Scout Squad and could not be happier. Using a laser bore sighter, and six rounds later, I was hitting a 5in target at 200yds without fail. Yes, this scope is made overseas, but it is built to Burris standards. You won't find a variable magnification Scout Scope that is made in the U.S.!
Setting up my first "scout scope rifle" made me realize that it's tough to get much magnification with the extended eye relief needed. Most seem to have a fixed 2.5x or 2.75x, and that's it. But I'm SOO happy I went with this Burris scout scope and wound up with a 2-7x power scope at the touch of my fingers. Awesome optics. Awesome scope. Worth the extra cost to get the additional magnification.
PERFECT Scout scope
I have an M1A that is designed to use with a Forward scout style scope, and this scope hit the mark, its very clear glass, lightweight, easy to adjust. I would recommend this Burris scout rifle scope to anyone who needs a proper Scout scope.
Best scout scope
I bought one Burris scout scope along with a Burris QD scope mount and put it on my Springfield Armory M1A Socom 2. It works far beyond my expectations. Once I sighted it in, I haven't had to adjust the crosshairs even after 500 rounds. When I bought a Ruger gunsight scout rifle, I put the scout scope on that, and I couldn't be happier—definitely going to be getting another one to put back on my Socom.