View Full Version : Burris scopes and posilock
November 22, 2009, 07:10 PM
Anyone own a Burris scope and wish they had bought the same model with the posilock feature?
Seems to be a $35/40 difference which isn't too much...but I've never had a scope with a wandering POI so I'm wondering why I need this. Also never veered far from Leupold till now.
November 22, 2009, 08:43 PM
I have one and it's really only intended for very hard recoiling rifles. If you're going to be shooting a really hard kicking magnum a lot or taking a hunting trip where you won't have a chance to rezero when you arrive then it's something to consider. Otherwise it's unnecessary and a fast way to damage the scope if you forget to loosen it before adjusting the crosshairs.
If you're going for a Signature Select or above you're going to love the sharpness of the image.
November 25, 2009, 08:03 AM
Thanks Sholling, so I scored one new, with damaged packaging, for about 1/2 price on an Ebay auction, no posilock...no worries.:)
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