Droptine™ Riflescope 2-7x35mm

Starting at $179

Reticles

Description
Specs
Shared Features
Unique Features
User Guides

This Droptine 2-7x35 mm riflescope gets the job done when you need reliability, affordability, and top-flight performance.
Its high-quality, precision-ground glass is multi-coated for superb low-light capability and glare resistance.


The simple, rugged reticle has holdover for precise shots at extended ranges. The low-profile turret is finger-adjustable. A separate eyepiece and power ring allow for flip-up lens caps.


The precision internal assembly is double spring-tensioned for shockproofing, so your Droptine Riflescope can survive a lifetime of harsh field use.


If anything happens, it’s covered by the Burris Forever Warranty™

 

 

 

Item Number:200015 (22LR)
200016 (Slug Gun)
Magnification:2-7x
Reticles:Ballistic Plex™
Objective Lens Diameter:41 mm
Clear Objective Lens Diameter:35 mm
Ocular Lens Diameter:39 mm
Finish:Matte
Focal Plane:RFP
Main Tube Size:1 in.
Field of View:45 low – 13 high (ft. @ 100 yds.)
Eye Relief:3.1 - 4.1 in.
Exit Pupil:17 low - 5 high (mm)
Click Value:1/2 MOA
Elevation Adjustment, Total Capability:60 MOA
Example: 50 MOA is roughly 25 MOA from center.
Windage Adjustment:60 MOA
Example: 50 MOA is roughly 25 MOA in any direction from center.
Parallax/Focus:None
Adjustable Parallax:None
Length:11.4 in.
Weight:12.0 oz.
  • Long-range accuracy in a simple design that is quick and easy to use
  • Features the Ballistic Plex™ reticle, the most simple, effective, and elegant trajectory-compensating reticle for hunting
  • High-grade optical glass provides excellent brightness, clarity, and lasting durability
  • Quality precision-ground lenses are larger than those of comparable scopes, for better light collection
  • Index-matched, Hi-Lume® multicoating aids in low-light performance and glare reduction, increasing your success rate
  • Durable, integrated-eyepiece design has no-slip grip for easy adjustment in the field
  • Positive steel-on-steel adjustments ensure repeatable accuracy
  • Waterproof
  • Nitrogen-filled scope tubes prevent internal fogging even in cold and rain
  • Stress-free, 1-piece, solid outer tube is durable enough to withstand shock and vibrations of even the heaviest-recoiling calibers
  • 1-in. body tube
  • Covered by the Burris Forever Warranty
  • Focus is set at 50 yds. and reticle is calibrated for .22 LR ammo (200015 only)
  • Focus is set at 75 yds. and reticle is calibrated for slug guns (200016 only)
NameTypeModified
Droptine User GuidePDFOctober 29, 2015Download
2017 Burris Optics CatalogPDFJanuary 26, 2017Download
Description

This Droptine 2-7x35 mm riflescope gets the job done when you need reliability, affordability, and top-flight performance.
Its high-quality, precision-ground glass is multi-coated for superb low-light capability and glare resistance.


The simple, rugged reticle has holdover for precise shots at extended ranges. The low-profile turret is finger-adjustable. A separate eyepiece and power ring allow for flip-up lens caps.


The precision internal assembly is double spring-tensioned for shockproofing, so your Droptine Riflescope can survive a lifetime of harsh field use.


If anything happens, it’s covered by the Burris Forever Warranty™

 

 

 

Specs
Item Number:200015 (22LR)
200016 (Slug Gun)
Magnification:2-7x
Reticles:Ballistic Plex™
Objective Lens Diameter:41 mm
Clear Objective Lens Diameter:35 mm
Ocular Lens Diameter:39 mm
Finish:Matte
Focal Plane:RFP
Main Tube Size:1 in.
Field of View:45 low – 13 high (ft. @ 100 yds.)
Eye Relief:3.1 - 4.1 in.
Exit Pupil:17 low - 5 high (mm)
Click Value:1/2 MOA
Elevation Adjustment, Total Capability:60 MOA
Example: 50 MOA is roughly 25 MOA from center.
Windage Adjustment:60 MOA
Example: 50 MOA is roughly 25 MOA in any direction from center.
Parallax/Focus:None
Adjustable Parallax:None
Length:11.4 in.
Weight:12.0 oz.
Shared Features
  • Long-range accuracy in a simple design that is quick and easy to use
  • Features the Ballistic Plex™ reticle, the most simple, effective, and elegant trajectory-compensating reticle for hunting
  • High-grade optical glass provides excellent brightness, clarity, and lasting durability
  • Quality precision-ground lenses are larger than those of comparable scopes, for better light collection
  • Index-matched, Hi-Lume® multicoating aids in low-light performance and glare reduction, increasing your success rate
  • Durable, integrated-eyepiece design has no-slip grip for easy adjustment in the field
  • Positive steel-on-steel adjustments ensure repeatable accuracy
  • Waterproof
  • Nitrogen-filled scope tubes prevent internal fogging even in cold and rain
  • Stress-free, 1-piece, solid outer tube is durable enough to withstand shock and vibrations of even the heaviest-recoiling calibers
  • 1-in. body tube
  • Covered by the Burris Forever Warranty
Unique Features
  • Focus is set at 50 yds. and reticle is calibrated for .22 LR ammo (200015 only)
  • Focus is set at 75 yds. and reticle is calibrated for slug guns (200016 only)
User Guides
NameTypeModified
Droptine User GuidePDFOctober 29, 2015Download
2017 Burris Optics CatalogPDFJanuary 26, 2017Download
Droptine™ Riflescope 2-7x35mm is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great quality! I put this scope on an H@R ultra slugger. It holds its zero very well and has very clear glass.
Date published: 2015-11-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice scope for the price Bought this scope to put on my 870 slug gun. Performs well, easy to set up and zero in.
Date published: 2015-12-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great product Excellent scope for the money. Would recommend to anyone they are very durable.
Date published: 2015-04-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Outstanding scope for the money! I bought the Burris Droptine 2x7 35mm for $110 from Turners! I compared this Burris to the Bushnell AR1-4x pcl and the ar 2x8, the Nikon 2x8 p223, Leupold vx1 and vx2. After looking through all of them and playing with the adjustments. I found the Burris and Leupold to be the clearest and brightest glass. All of the scopes zoomed in nicely out to 300 yards(I looked out the store front, through the parking lots, at a stop sign the salesman said was about 300 yds). The turret adjustments on all, except the Bushnell, were crisp and tight. I put Leupolds back because after comparing, I couldn't justify paying $400 for a 22 scope. I put the bushnells back because they weren't as clear and bright as the Burris and Nikon although the reticles were nice.. So I selected the Burris over the Nikon because in my opinion the bdc reticle was way better, glass seemed to be clearer, and it felt lighter. Oh and the scope is nice looking..flat black and compact with cool stealth like lettering. Price had nothing to do with my decision, except for the Leupold, I was prepared to put down $250-$300 for a scope that day.. I took the scope to the range mounted on my S-W M&P 15-22 sport with the Burris p.e.p.r mount.. Sweet setup! After about 10 rounds I had the scope zeroed in at 100 yards. I was hitting about 3-4 inch groups on a windy day at the range. But I found that spotting my hits was difficult to see through the scope at 100 yards. I don't have a spotting scope, so I got a little workout walking back and forth to my targets.. So if you have fading eyesight like me, then you may want to consider higher magnification. My next scope purchase will probably be a Burris 4.5 - 14x with a fast fire3 red dot on my AR15. I' m definately sold on Burris..
Date published: 2016-04-17
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It shows that the eye relief is 3.1-4.1", does that distance change with magnification or is there just that broad of a eye relief window?

Asked by: B125
Magnification and diopter will affect the eye relief, which is why the range is specified.
Answered by: BurrisOptics1
Date published: 2016-07-28

How much difference between droptine reticle markings in 22lr and slug reticle.  Believe respective model numbers end in 015 versus 016. Thinking of using 22lr version on a 50 cal muzzleloader.

Asked by: Mouthpiece
The subtension lines are identical. The difference between the two scopes is the Parallax setting: Rimfire scopes are set for parallax-free at 50y Slug gun scopes are set for parallax-free at 75y
Answered by: BurrisOptics1
Date published: 2016-07-05

Would this scope work on my CVA 50 caliber Muzzleloader ??? 

Asked by: old eye
Absolutely, all Burris scopes are built to withstand up to .50 BMG recoil, and come with the Forever Warranty to ensure that should the worst befall you, your scope will be repaired or replaced free of charge
Answered by: BurrisOptics1
Date published: 2016-04-08

Dear Burris, I am in the market for a slug gun scope and intrigued by your Slugun model. I see this model on the internet but not on this page. Will it truly withstand a 20 gauge slug recoil from a single shot H&R? Thanks bjk

Asked by: catfish06
Read the scope spec.s in the catalog, & instrutions manual which came with the scope box.
Answered by: RDS65
Date published: 2016-02-08

droptine 2x7 seems different on your website than dealers and online. Is the version on burris website newer?

Asked by: hawgdawg
The images on the website have an updated design that began shipping a month or two ago so some dealers do not have the newer model yet.
Answered by: BurrisCustomerService
Date published: 2015-09-10

I have a Droptine 2-7x35 scope for 22LR, model #200015. Do you know what size lens Butler Creek covers I should order?

Asked by: PatrickJT
Size 17 and 13.
Answered by: BurrisCustomerService
Date published: 2015-11-04

What magnification is the Ballistic Plex Reticle calibrated for the 22LR?

Asked by: Pinzek82
Maximum magnification.
Answered by: BurrisCustomerService
Date published: 2015-08-08

Looking at this scope for a 444 marlin was wondering if it would hold up to the recoil

Asked by: Stewy316
Our scopes are all tested to at least .50 caliber.
Answered by: TeamBurris2
Date published: 2016-04-02

what yardage should I zero my Savage 220 using Remington Accutip 260 gr 2 3/4 to be inline with the drop tine on the 2-7x35mm slug scope? 175 gr using 7mm mag sighted in at 100 yds enables me to be dead on with the drop tine markers with my 4.5-14x42.

Asked by: Luther
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