XTR II 1-5x24 Tactical Kit

This Close Quarter Tactical Kit features the XTR II in 1-5x24mmm, a FastFire 3 with 3-MOA dot, and the Burris PEPR Mount. It also has the FastFire 3 Tube Mount, to allow easy and adjustable placement of the FastFire 3.

The XTR II scopes are the best in the Burris tactical line. The 1-5x is a Rear Focal Plane compact scope with all the XTR features, includng the MAD Knob Turret System.

MSRP
$1,319

Specifications

Item Number
Description
Reticles
Kit
Color
Knob Style
Illumination
Magnification
Objective Lens Diameter
Clear Objective Lens Diameter
Ocular Lens Diameter
Focal Plane
Main Tube Size
Field of View
Eye Relief
Exit Pupil
Click Value
Elevation Adjustment, Total Capability
Windage Adjustment
Parallax/Focus
Adjustable Parallax
Finish
Length
Weight
Illumination Control
Illumination Settings
Battery
201005
XTR II 1-5x24mm Tactical Kit
XTR II Ballistic 5.56 Gen 3
yes
Matte Black
MAD Knobs
yes
1-5x
30 mm
24 mm
44.25 mm
RFP
30 mm
108 Low - 21.5 High (ft. @ 100 yds.)
3.5 - 4.25 in.
12 mm low - 4.8 mm high
1/10 mil
90 MOA
90 MOA
None
None
11.3 in
21.1 oz
Rotary dial; intermediate "battery-saver" stops
11 brightness settings
CR2032
Close Quarter Tactical Kits
Name
2018 Burris Optics Catalog
Type
 PDF
Modified
February 1, 2018
 
April 5, 2017

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XTR II 1-5x24 Tactical Kit is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 53.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from On Point Fastfire mounted on my AR-15 very easy and mount very sturdy. Very quick to get on target and sited in in only two shots. Endures pounding in my cruiser and still dead on when checked. Glad I chose this scope.
Date published: 2014-10-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Zeroed out of the box I was debating this against a Vortex Viper 1-4, which was about $60 less, to mount on an LWRC SPR. I ultimately, obviously, chose the Burris for a couple reasons. A couple of my friends have this setup and they didn't have complaints plus it has a red dot. I mounted it and went to an outdoor range fully expecting to spend some time dialing it in. Remarkably, absolutely NO adjustments needed to be made. I couldn't believe it! This thing was zeroed right out of the box. It's tough, too. A buddy that was with me accidentally dropped the rifle and it landed on the scope. Keep in mind this is the first day out with it, too. It got a pretty good scuff on it after falling about 5 feet but the glass stayed true and the FastFire 3 didn't budge either. For $500ish, for fast acquisition, good glass, for a tank of a scope, you pretty much cannot go wrong.
Date published: 2015-02-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Firdt One Was a Dud I purchased the unit at Bass Pro, two days later I loaded the batteries. The red dot worked great, but the scope was defective. When loading the battery, it turned on. Once loaded however, there was no brightness adjustment on the illuminated reticle and the unit would not turn off (the auto shut off did work). Once off, the unit would not turn back on unless you took the battery out and re-inserted it. Bass Pro to the rescue, I took the unit back and, even though I had to accept a counter display model, it works perfectly. I haven't sighted the unit in yet but it appears to be solid (with a great Burris guarantee) so I'm looking forward to hitting the range.
Date published: 2016-03-01
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Very functional Upon receipt of the scope and mount, the rear mounting nut on the AR-P.E.P.R. mount would not tighten to the listed torque value of 65 in-lbs. Burris quickly replaced both the nut and stud, which tightened to the listed torque value. Customer service was prompt and courteous. After finally shooting with the scope, the TAC30 proved to be very accurate at 100yds. The Fastfire red-dot was accurate out to 25yds, but difficult to shoot at greater distances. All of the adjustment knobs were accessible and easy to use with pronounced "clicks." I was, however, a little disappointed that the TAC30 did not ship with any protective-optic covers. All of my other scopes contained protective covers.
Date published: 2015-11-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great sights This was my 3rd sight set up, after using an ACOG while in the Army, I purchased an EOTec to use on my personal rifle. Hated it so much so when I sold that I got the Tac-30 as a recommendation from a buddy and loved it! Great for quick acquisition, the reticule is bright and sharp, and the weight is easy to manage. Got the product fast and have been extremely happy with it since!
Date published: 2014-10-08
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Waiting on customer service!!!! I bought the tac30 scope to complement my new bushmaster 223 rifle. I purchased this online from cabelas and as soon as I opened the box I knew something wasn't right. First of all it didn't take a Guinness to figure out this product had already been opened or possibly returned and sold again. But that being said, without mounting yet the optics look great. The only issue I have is with the battery install on the scope itself. Direction are a bit vague and it seems like the metal tabs where you install the battery either get in the way or simply try to fold over. I've tried emailing the company about this issue, but haven't been given a response yet. Hopefully I will get this resolved soon.
Date published: 2018-05-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great SHort to Medium Distance Scope I have had this scope for almost two years now, and am generally very happy with it. I find the sight picture is easy to acquire, and the optical clarity of the glass is quite good. It's also good and sturdy - being knocked around doesn't seem to bother it. I find the reticle easy to acquire and use, and love the fact that it is etched, so you don't lose it when the battery dies (as it inevitably will, and at the worst possible time). One tiny niggle though is the illumination brightness adjustment. I seem to have trouble finding the same setting from use to use. I would have preferred a conventional rotary switch, with markings so I could find the same setting over and over again.
Date published: 2018-03-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well Made, solid platform Bought a year ago, Mounted on AR and is still working like new. the optics are very clear to the edges. Moved the red dot to a Ruger pistol and it is holding us just as well. Nice to get the whole package with out extra expense.
Date published: 2014-10-09
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Will this scope stand the recoil of a .458 Win Mag. Thanks, Larry Hatcher

Asked by: Hummer
All Burris Optics are recoil rated to beyond .50BMG in both directions of recoil.
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2018-10-11

I have the TAC30 package is the AR Tripler compatible?

Asked by: Brand
Hello, Since the Tac 30 is already magnified, a tripler would not be a good fit for it.
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2018-09-10

How much does this unit weigh

Asked by: WolfieSD
For a complete list please visit the specs page, above.
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2018-08-20

For what .223/5.56 bullet weight/muzzle velocity or bullet weight/barrel length is the Ballistic CQ reticle intended?

Asked by: Paul S
Hello, It is a ballistic average based on the M193 and M855, based out of a 16" bbl.
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2018-08-03

I'v bought fullfield tac30 to my stag 3ge. Wind./el. adjust. knobs on burris 1-4x have no numbers and I can't set the zero on dials. How to use dots on reticle to traj. comp. to 300 or 600 yards? Is it any relation between dots and clicks at knobs?

Asked by: wojmar
Hello, The Fullfield Tac30 has Fullfield II turrets. For marked turrets with a zero collar, you need the MTAC. For a zero stop, that would be the XTR II. An explanation of the reticle can be found in your manual, as well as on this website. If you scroll up, you can click on the reticle.
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2018-07-24

How do you change the battery, and what is the battery number

Asked by: Fifty
To change the CR2032 battery in the TAC30, simply unscrew the battery cap, replace the battery, then replace the cap. The battery cap is also the button your use to turn the scope on and off, as well as change brightness settings.
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2018-01-10

The MSRP is $359.-$599. What is the difference in the scope from the lowest to highest of those numbers?

Asked by: Jeff97389
The higher number indicates the MSRP for the kit version which comes with the optic, a PEPR mount, and a Fastfire.
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2017-12-30

Will this work with an AR9?

Asked by: Smokey88
Yes, however, the reticle is designed for trajectory compensation for 5.56 and 7.62 cartridges.
Answered by: TeamBurris4
Date published: 2017-12-04
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