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Burris Optics 200279 2-7x32 Handgun Scp, Ballistic Plex

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Burris Optics 2-7x32 Handgun Scope: Picture 1 regular $335.00

About Burris Optics 2-7x32 Handgun Scope

• Handgunning is challenging enough without having to depend on scopes that are little more than an afterthought. Which is precisely why Burris builds the shooting industry's most extensive family of handgun-specific scopes.
• High quality, fully multi-coated optics, and the commitment of a Burris Forever Warranty make up a solid nucleus, and, as you'd expect, the line brims with innovations and firsts. Like handgun scopes with a parallax adjustment to accommodate both long-range and close quarters shooting, and the first variable handgun scope on the market.

Burris Optics 2-7x32 Handgun Scope Features

  • All scopes have one spring that allows the adjustment of the reticle. Some of the competition competitors offer a double spring whereas the double spring is the STANDARD for all Burris products.
  • Each scope is filled and purged at least 24 times with high quality, laboratory grade dry nitrogen. Each nitrogen cycle absorbs airborne and residual surface moisture that is evacuated from the scope
  • Every scope is individually recoil, water and fogproof tested
  • Burris uses specially made quad seals to provide double insurance against leakage
  • Export of this product outside of the United States of America is not allowed and is controlled by the US Department of State

Burris Optics 2-7x32 Handgun Scope Specifications

2x - 7x
Objective / Field of View
32mm / 21.0' (6.4m) @ 2x at 100 yds.(100m), 7' (2.1m) @ 7x at 100 yds.(100m)
Main (Center) Tube Diameter
Objective Tube Diameter
Eyepiece Tube Diameter
Lens Coatings
Fully Multi Coated Optics
Reticle Image Plane (Magnifying)
Exterior Finish
Matte Nickel
Windage & Elevation Adjustments (MOA)
.25" Per Click
Maximum Adjustment
64" W & E
Exit Pupil
16mm @ 2x, 4.6mm @ 7x
Eye Relief
11.0" to 21.0" / 279.4mm to 533.4mm @ 2x, 10.0" to 14.0" / 254.0mm to 355.6mm @ 7x
Parallax Correction Control
Preset at 100 yards
Diopter Adjustment
No Diopter Adjustment
Aluminum Alloy
Nitrogen Filled
Waterproof / Fogproof
9.7", (246.4mm)
Mounting Length
13.0 oz., 368.5g
Special Features
Reticle Image in the Second Focal Plane.
Long Eye Relief
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Reviewed by 19 customers


Absolutely Reliable


I have four of these scopes mounted on some tough kickers like a T/C Contender in 358 JDJ and a T/C Encore in 30/06. Despite the knocks of travel and recoil, these scopes hold their zero.


I bought my scope a about ...


I bought my scope a about a month ago and very pleased with the clarity of the lens.


Looks great! I haven't ...


Looks great! I haven't mounted it yet so I can't say to much.


I replaced my Burris Scout Scope


I replaced my Burris Scout Scope with this one because of the higher magnification and it works great. I have a much better view of my target now and I'm glad they came out with this more powerful model.


had to send it back


I bought this handgun scope a couple months ago and had to send it back it's 2x7x32. The power ring is stuck it won't let me fine tune it to zero and when I get close u t does not hold zero. So hopefully they fix it I will update this review when I get the scope back which will be in about 6 weeks.


Works as a SCOUT SCOPE


Hello All, I purchased this particular version to mount on a M1 Garand Scout rifle build. After reading my eyes blind on the Scout vs. Pistol scope issue. I decided to chance it and select a pistol scope, one reason was the higher magnification, and parallax adjustment. AWESOME SCOPE!!! Super Clear optics and it was in the bullseye on the FIRST SHOT!! WITHOUT BORE SIGHTING!! I've never have that happen. Magnification is great...This is my second Burris, the other is on a RUger BlackHawk Hunter, both have been awesome !!


Overall very satisfied


This scope is mounted on my 12" .460 S&W mag handgun. I needed to get out to 200 meters and the typical 8x magnification is not quite enough. Even maxed out to 12x the Burris has a reasonably good eye relief, you do have to search around but it is what it is. The glass quality is excellent and only marginally less quality than the Leupold 2.5-8x scope. Customer service deserves a positive plug as well. I lost a turret cap and called Burris and explained, and they sent a replacement no charge . Thank you !


I like the scope


Very happy with the scope, except the windage adjustment is stiff. Does not have positive clicks like the elevation adjustment. Will have to return for repair. Poor quality control


Eye Relief


The eye relief is very good and is able to hold the gun to the side when hunting,


Great Scope for the Money


Since I read various reviews stating that their Burris 2-7X Ballistic Plex Posi-Lock was blurry right out of the box I want to say that I was looking for that as soon as I mounted mine but it’s crystal clear. At 2 power or 7 power, looking at something 20 yards away or 200 yards away (on a cloudy day as it is today) all the lines in the bark of the trees are clear and well defined. I am impressed with the clarity and like it better than my previous Bushnell 2 power scope. I do agree that once the power exceeds 3 it doesn’t have enough eye relief for a handgun. That doesn’t bother me as I had planned on hunting (deer) with it set on 2 power (3 at the most, depending on the terrain) and only using the 7 power to look ‘over yonder’ if I couldn’t make something out that could be a deer or just a stump or a boulder. If you are planning on mounting this on a high powered handgun with the intention of using the higher magnifications for long distance shooting this scope won’t work for you. I have it on my Magnum Research BFR .454 Casull and I don’t want to be pulling the trigger without my arms fully extended, but at the higher magnifications in order to see anything through it you have to hold it much farther back to your face (OK for scouting, not OK for recoil). It didn’t come with lens caps, like my Bushnell did, but I called Customer Service and they sent me a pair. For what it’s worth I used the Burris Signature Zee rings to mount it, and I love the idea of the inserts and will likely use these rings for all my future scope mounts. For the price I love it. Leupold doesn’t have handgun scopes with a ballistic plex reticle so they weren’t an option for me. If they did I may have gone with one of theirs, but since they didn’t I saved $150 or so and I’m very happy with the Burris.

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