XTR III 5.5-30x56 mm

The larger of the two XTR III sizes the 5.5-30x56 comes in three models, with your choice of SCR MOA, SCR MIL or new SCR2 reticles.

MSRP #201210 (SCR MIL): $2,159
MSRP #201211 (SCR MOA): $2,159
MSRP #201212 (SCR 2 MIL): $2,219


 

Compatible Reticles

SCR MOA

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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
201210
5.5-30, SCR MIL
SCR Mil
no
Matte Black
MAD Knobs
no
5.5-30
63.5 mm
56 mm
44.25 mm
FFP
34 mm
23-4.2 ft
3.25 - 4 in.
8.6-1.8
1/10 MIL
26 MIL
16 MIL
Side focus/PA
20 yd to infinity
Matte
15.4 in.
32 oz
none
none
none
201211
5.5-30, SCR MOA
SCR MOA
no
Matte Black
MAD Knobs
no
5.5-30
63.5 mm
56 mm
44.25 mm
FFP
34 mm
23-4.2 ft
3.25 - 4 in.
8.6 - 1.8
1/4 MOA
90 MOA
55 MOA
Side Focus/PA
20 yd to infinity
Matte
15.4 in.
32 oz
none
none
none
201212
5.5-30, SCR2
SCR 2™ MIL
no
Matte Black
MAD Knobs
no
5.5-30
63.5 mm
56 mm
44.25 mm
FFP
34 mm
23-4.2 ft
3.25 - 4 in.
8.6 - 1.8
1/10 MIL
26 MIL
16 MIL
Side focus/PA
20 yds to infinity
Matte
15.4 in.
32 oz
none
none
none
Name
2020 Burris Optics Catalog
Type
 PDF
Modified
February 10, 2020
 

Does the xtr iii use the German Steiner glass?

Asked by: Ssgzack
The glass is sourced in Japan. The reticles are etched and everything is assembled in Greeley.
Answered by: Birddog
Date published: 2019-12-21

Is this based off the Steiner M5Xi?

Asked by: Ajone96
It's a completely different scope. Designed from the ground up in Greeley.
Answered by: Birddog
Date published: 2019-12-21

What’s the parallax adjustment on the XTR III 3.3-18x50mm 

Asked by: Wolf27
20 yards to infinity
Answered by: Birddog
Date published: 2019-12-21

Is it me or does the XTR3 cost twice as much as XTR2? at $2,000 plus, there are some other companies that I would consider first. I feel like Burris is pricing themselves out of their niche market. 

Asked by: Ben353
MSRP is over $2000, MAP, or selling price is not. Average street price I am seeing is $1700'ish for the 18x, $1800'ish for the 30x. In the sub 2k price, the XTR3 will go head to head, feature for feature against any scope from any manufacturer. I've compared it to nearly all the most popular brands from $1500 to $2200 dollars.
Answered by: Birddog
Date published: 2019-12-21

Do the scopes ship with a sun shade and flip up scope caps like the XTRii’s?

Asked by: MarkS71
Yes, they do..
Answered by: Birddog
Date published: 2019-12-21

Been hearing many favorable things about the XTR3, keep it up Burris! When's the illuminated reticle coming?

Asked by: Nunya
Hello! Thanks for the feedback! We are planning to add illumination in 2020.
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2019-11-06

Is there talk about adding illuminated reticle to the new 5.5x30x56?

Asked by: BM86
Hello, Yes! Future plans include illuminated models but for 2019, just the non-illuminated.
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2019-07-25

Is 20 moa and 26 mil equal in elevation ?

Asked by: TEGG
One thing to make it easy to remember is that 1 mil = 10cm at 100 meters. Add 10cm per 100 additional meters. (Ex. 1 mil = 100cm or 1 meter at 1000 meters. Everything is based on 10. .1(one tenth of a mil the usual adjustment of one click on a mil radian scope) is equal to 1cm at 100 meters. Its much easier to calculate in my head than MOA, 1 inch at a hundred yards or True MOA 1.047 inches at 100 yards. Whatever you choose to go with make sure your reticle matches your adjustments. Mil reticle/ mil adjustments. Leupold used to put out Mark4 tactical scopes with a mil reticle and 1/4 MOA adjustments, not smart and a recipe for mistakes. Even if you're shooting a match with known distances in yards its easier to just convert it to meters before making any calculations. That's just my opinion.
Answered by: Ekar1911
Date published: 2019-06-19
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