Oracle Rangefinding Bow Sight

The Oracle laser-rangefinding bow instantly calculates and shows the exact aiming point for any distance and shot angle.

The Oracle will learn the trajectory or drop for two different arrow configurations and will accommodate up to 176 inches of drop at 100 yards. Most bow set-ups will be able to achieve 80-110 yards depending on bow speed and arrow weight.

The Oracle bow sight automatically detects when the sight is mounted for a left-handed bow and reverses the LED readout.  One CR123 battery powers the sight for 1,000-2,000 cycles.

The Oracle is now available directly from Burris for $829.99

Specifications

Item Number
Description
Weight
Battery
Battery Life
Laser to Reflective Target
Laser to Deer
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Reticles
300400
Laser Rangefinding
17 oz
CR123
1,000 to 2,000 activations
500 yards
200 yards
-10F to 140F
-40F to 158F
Name
Burris Oracle Troubleshooting Guide
Type
 PDF
Modified
October 29, 2018
 
Name
Burris Oracle Quick Tips and Tricks
Type
 PDF
Modified
October 29, 2018
 
Name
Full Oracle User Guide
Type
 PDF
Modified
October 29, 2018
 
Name
Oracle Quick Setup Guide
Type
 PDF
Modified
October 29, 2018
 
Name
2019 Burris Optics Catalog
Type
 PDF
Modified
January 3, 2019
 
August 7, 2018

Setting up an Oracle Bow Sight

A series of videos designed to help set up the Oracle Bow Sight

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Oracle Rangefinding Bow Sight is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Impressive I had to be one of the first to get my hands on this sight. Have been hoping for a sight like this for years. It did not disappoint. Easy to install and sight in like most other quality sights. Aligning the laser took a bit more time and draws than I would have guessed, but with a little patience is pretty straight forward. Calibrating the trajectory to my setup was a slam dunk with just a dot difference than the preloaded setup. It is awesome to just draw, range and shoot from any yardage fast and accurately. If you can swallow the price tag you will likely get instantly addicted like me.
Date published: 2018-07-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Spot on! I must admit, I am a huge skeptic when new archery gear comes along. I must have 100% confidence in my gear or it stays at home. This seemed too good to not try out. I got the sight set up and dialed in within one evening, although you must draw your bow a fair number of times to get dialed in. Putting it to the test I shot at random distances and angles from 10-70 yards, wow. Just wow. I love the fixed 20 yard pin and vertical bar which just gives me more confidence the pin is exactly where it needs to be. You can tell it was designed by a hunter. It saves the time and movement of checking your rangefinder before drawing. This will be money during the rut when the bucks don’t sit still.
Date published: 2018-08-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AMAZING SIGHT I have a problem seeing and this sight with the green lights is very bright and easy to see inside and outside in the bright sunlight. It was easy to set up there are so many videos out about setting it up just pay attention to what they tell you. Great sight and great customer support job well done.
Date published: 2018-12-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Oracle is a game changer! A range finding bow sight that gives you a corresponding pin...genius! The benefits are obvious, but being able to range while at full draw is by far the most important in my mind. Gone are the days of stopping a deer by grunting and having them string jump you because they are alert. No more guessing yardage, pin gaping, picking the wrong pin, or failing to consider angle of your shot. The Burris engineers thought of everything with this site, you can tell they are hunters and NOT lab rats who have never set foot in the woods. It’s simple design makes it easy to set up, extremely durable and the best part….NO GLASS to get all dusty, scratched, muddy, and wet which gives you a clear view in all hunting/shooting conditions! The bottom line, is this is the best archery site on the market, no questions asked. The oracle is comparable to the invention of the compound bow. More hunters will be successful and less animals we be wounded as a result of this sight. I LOVE IT!!
Date published: 2018-08-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from AWESOME I was able to get my hands on the Burris Oracle just befor achery season started. I found it to be simple to set up and get sighted in. It's a very effective/accurate sight and help me drop a nice 8 point whitetail.
Date published: 2019-01-20
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I've read all your reviews and Questions but haven't heard anything about how the unit performs in Rain and snow. Does the Rain on range finder lenses effect it in an way? is the sight water proof by O'ring seal ? thanks for your time.

Asked by: Illinois 01
Hello, The sight is waterproof. However the range finder shares the same inherent limitations of all range finders. You could find it difficult to range targets in snow or heavy rain, and fog. One thing we recommend is to ensure the lens that the beam is from is kept clean. Rubbing alcohol on a Q-tip every now and then will help keep debris from building up.
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2019-02-11

Would it be affective from a 30-40’ high elevated tree stand?

Asked by: Dave 44
Absolutely, the Oracle features a built-in inclinometer to compensate for steep angles.
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2019-02-08

When will you be coming out with a scope for cross bow? Have the bow sight and love it and the rifle scope. 

Asked by: Jacob bow hunter
Hello! At this time I haven't heard anything about Crossbow scopes but I am happy to pass along the suggestion! We GREATLY value feedback.
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2019-02-04

Is this sight legal to use in Colorado 

Asked by: Justsnow101
Hello, Due to constantly changing laws and regulation we cannot offer legal advice. We highly recommend verifying with the agency responsible for enforcing those laws, in whatever specific place you intend to hunt.
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2019-01-21

How many led "dots" are there on the upright post? Any chance at long range there are not enough dots to keep from having high and low misses?

Asked by: windwalker
Hello, There are 52 LEDs on the post. As far as your next question, our Engineering dept did extensive testing to understand optimal ranges for calibrating SR1 and SR2 to provide best fit (one size fits all) solution from 5 to 100yards (SR1=40 and SR2=60 provided best results). You can use SR1=30(minimum) and SR2=40(minimum) if uncomfortable shooting long distance or incapable of shooting long distance consistently. However, this calibration will not provide the best solution at 100yards. Engineering recommends that shooters planning on extensively using the sight beyond 80yd set their SR2 further out that 60yd for best results.
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2019-01-16

How long does it take after pushing the range button does it take to show pin & range? How long does the pin stay on & is there a setting to adjust how long it stays on? In fixed pin mode is there a on/off option to keep pins displayed until turned off?

Asked by: Sargentsss10
Hello, The scope displays your range and holdover immediately after pressing the range button. There is no delay. The scope will remain lit, and with a holdover dot for 90 seconds after depressing the range button. There is not an on/off option for the fixed pin mode. It will stay illuminated for 90 seconds after entering FPM.
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2019-01-15

How much does this sight weigh?

Asked by: Chopper
Hello, As per the specs listed above, the weight is 17oz
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2019-01-14

Can you add a lens (needed for eyesight) or will that interfere with yardage finder?

Asked by: Stonewall22
There is no way to add a lens to the Oracle. In fact it was specifically designed without a lens to lessen the chance of something fogging or cracking.
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2019-01-10
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