Burris Oracle 2 Rangefinding Bow Sight and Oracle X Crossbow Scope

Regardless of whether you bowhunt with a compound or a crossbow, Burris Optics offers a rangefinding sight that ensures you’ll always know the exact distance to your target.

Burris Oracle 2 Rangefinding Bow Sight and Oracle X Crossbow Scope

Burris Optics changed bowhunting with the Oracle Rangefinding Bow Sight in 2018 by taking the guesswork out of pin placement to give hunters the needed edge while in the field. Burris built upon that success and incorporated positive consumer feedback for improvements in the overall design to enhance performance, bolster ruggedness and improve ease of use.

Burris Oracle Rangefinding Bow Sight

The Oracle 2 Rangefinding Bow Sight ($799) eliminates unknown distances with a built-in IR laser rangefinder that automatically provides the correct aiming point for any distance and shot angle. It features increased functionality of the auto-brightness sensor to allow the pin brightness to be lower in ambient light conditions. Hunters can also use the easy-to-reach buttons to manually override the sensor to adjust to their desired brightness. The laser rangefinder adjustment mechanism also received improved usability by allowing users to adjust the laser’s point of aim without the use of special tools. The point of aim can now be adjusted much like a riflescope and employs a more precise clicking mechanism.

Burris Oracle Rangefinding Bow Sight
Burris Oracle Rangefinding Bow Sight

Changes to the Oracle 2 provide much more ease-of-use with the bubble level integrated into the aiming ring, which can be removed and inverted to the six o’clock position for left-handed shooters. Burris relocated the Menu and Save/Selector buttons to eliminate hunters inadvertently hitting the incorrect function buttons. The mounting arm also received a makeover with an improved dovetail interface for a more precise fit to the bow and extended elevation and windage travel.

A durable, all-aluminum, water-resistant housing ensures reliable performance in the field. The Oracle 2 features a glassless sight window to prevent glare, fog or debris from blocking the target. Locking micro adjustment knobs allow for quick and precise tuning while preventing accidental tampering in the field. Second and third axis adjustments allow for extreme fine-tuning. An optional rear peep system eliminates the need for a string mounted peep sight and improves shot accuracy and consistency by helping the shooter properly torque the grip.

 

Oracle X Rangefinder Crossbow Scope

The Oracle X ($899) is a 2-7x variable-zoom crossbow scope that features a built-in laser rangefinder. After ranging your target with the wireless remote or the button on top the scope, the Oracle X provides the exact distance to your target (out to 200 yards) and instantly provides an exact aiming point for your crossbow and bolt set up. An integrated inclinometer factors in the angle of the shot for step angles and shots commonly encountered in treestand hunting.

Burris Oracle X Rangefinder Crossbow Scope
Burris Oracle X Rangefinder Crossbow Scope

Easy-to-reach buttons on top of the optic provide access to the intuitive menu for set up and programming. The Oracle X can be programmed for two different bolt set ups for added versatility. Auto brightness and manual override allows you to easily fine tune the display brightness. An integrated bubble level ensure accuracy at longer distances. The optic is powered by a CR123 battery and will last for 3,000+ power cycles. An integrated mount provides quick attachment to picatinny or Weaver-style rails. The Oracle X is lightweight and robust enough to withstand any weather condition (waterproof, shock-proof, fog-proof).

The Burris Oracle 2 and Oracle X are both backed by the company’s Forever Warranty. For more information, visit www.burrisoptics.com.

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