Top 10 Burris Rifle Scopes

Check out these reviews for the best Burris scopes and you decide which one is best for your weapon.

#10 Burris 300208 AR-332 3×32 Prism Sight
review by OBS:

I originally purchased an EOTech XPS2-2 for my Del-Ton M4.

My intentions were to add the EOTech G23 3x magnifier to increase the range of effectiveness.

I went to my local Sportsmans Warehouse, which had both the EOTech and Burris 300208 AR-332 3×32 Prism Sight on display. While looking through both optics side by side, I noticed the Burris has a crisper sight picture, and the Burris had a larger eye relief (2.5″ vs the EOTechs 1.96″). After reading the other reviews, I decided to sell my EOTech XPS, and replace it with the Burris AR-332. The EOTech XPS/G23 combo would have set me back close to $1000.

The Burris has more to offer (red or green reticle, etched black reticle, and a focus) than the EOTech. I know EOTech has a superb reputation, but for a third the price, I’m happier with the Burris. As far as the quality of the glass, I’ll just have to see how it stands the test of time. My first choice in optics was a Trijicon ACOG, but for $1200+, it just wasn’t anywhere in my nearby future. Sighting in the Burris took me 10 rounds, and after removing it to test it’s “zero”, it did perfect. I would recommend this sight to anyone who can’t afford an ACOG setup.

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#2 Burris 300234 Fastfire III with Picatinny Mount 3 MOA Sight
review by Seadog: I have it sitting on top of my Smith and Wesson 460XVR Compensated Hunter.

I’ve fired several 45 longs, 454s, and 460’s with this Burris 300234 Fastfire III with Picatinny Mount 3 MOA Sight on there and haven’t had a problem one. I would buy this again for any of my weapons with confidence!

Really nice. 4 different settings. I would definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a quick acquisition site, rifle or pistol.

Burris 300210 AR-536 5×36 Sight review by Shaun P:

It took about 10 shots to sight it in and I am keeping a consistent grouping of 1″ or so at 100 yards (using common winchester UMC 55 gr). It is nice to be able to choose between green, red or black reticles. Only the green and red are illuminated.

There are tactical rails on 3 sides in case you wanted to mount something like a burris fast fire or some other red dot optic for really close stuff.

The 5x is nice for 50-200 yards, but as I said before, the 5x does not work for quick target acquisition, especially moving targets under 50 yards.

Burris 410348 AR-F3 Fastfire Flattop Mount review by Steve:

I needed a mount for my Burris Fastfire II that would allow it to see over the tall wind adjustment turret of my nikon P-223 scope.

I am using a Burris PEPR scope mount which has rails to allow a sight to sit above the Nikon Scope.

But the Fastfire alone with its standard rail mount was too low and the Scope turret blocked the view.

Burris FastFire Red-Dot Reflex Sight with Picatinny Mount review by Charles:

This is my second fast-fire for a competitive handgun application, so obviously I like the product.

It is lightweight and durable, and has a dot that is relatively easy to see in a variety of light conditions, and for it’s price range it is the sharpest red dot on the market.

Having said that, the adjustments are not the most user friendly.

To adjust point of aim, the user must first loosen the locking screws make the adjustment in either horizontal or vertical, then tighten the locking screws. The process must then be repaseted for the remaining axis.

All this is done with a micro screw driver (provided with the sight), and itty-bitty screws with tiny little hard-to-see screw heads.

Bushnell Trophy Red Dot TRS-25 3 MOA Red Dot Reticle Riflescope, 1x25mm review by Jimmy:

Exceptional value on a pretty good sight. Optics are one of those things where you really do get what you pay for.

With that in mind, there is no way this Bushnell red dot is going to be comparable to an Aimpoint sight.

In fact, just a few weeks ago, I wouldn’t have even considered buying a red dot like this; but I have been pleasantly surprised with the results.

Bushnell AR Optics TRS-25 HiRise Red Dot Riflescope with Riser Block review by Basic:

I paid a little extra over the regular TRS-25 for the HiRise and the muted Bushnell logo (silver / gray on this unit, gold on the regular TRS-25).

The riser body is not bad, but that tightening screw is just butt ugly!

Also note that the moveable clamp (on the side not shown) does not extend the entire length of the base as about every other riser I’ve seen does.

As a result, when you loosen the adjustment screw, the moveable clamp tends to flop around – most full length clamps will stay in place until you can tighten them.
I’m giving this unit 4 stars based on price, appearance, features, and looking through it.
Yeah, I know it’s probably not Aimpoint, EOTech, Trijicon tough, but this is going on a 15-22 plinker, set up like a poor man’s 3-Gun practice rig (Nikon P22 scope, Bushnell TRS-25 mounted behind the scope on a Weaver 1 o’clock offset mount).

Burris AR Tripler 3x Magnifier review by Shooter:

I just received my tripler the other day from Knifeco, and couldn’t be happier with the service or the product.

Not only was it readily available and delivered fast, but it was hundreds less than the magnifiers I had been looking at.
The clarity is first rate as is the eye relief.

I mounted it with a LaRue low pivot mount, and it centered up in my EOTech holo sight perfectly.

Make sure you order the free installation kit from Burris if you go with this mount, as the ring has to be forced open with a jack screw to go over the end of the tripler without damage.

I think Burris has a winner with this scope, and the combination of this scope and this mount is awesome.

Bushnell Trophy Red Dot TRS-25 Riflescope 3 MOA Red Dot Reticle, 1x25mm review by D.M:

Optics are one of those things where you really do get what you pay for.

With that in mind, there is no way this Bushnell red dot is going to be comparable to an Aimpoint sight.

In fact, just a few weeks ago, I wouldn’t have even considered buying a red dot like this; but I have been pleasantly surprised with the results.

When I got a new 20-gauge shotgun to take my daughter turkey hunting, I was going to pull an Aimpoint T1 Micro off another rifle so I could put it temporarily on the shotgun.

Unfortunately, one of the hex head screws that was holding the sight onto a high mount got stripped out and I didn’t want to do anything rash that might mess up such a nice optic.

That put me unexpectedly into the market for a new red dot.

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