Burris RT-6 Riflescope Manual

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RT-6™ Riflescopes User Guide This user guide includes information for low-magnification RT-6™ riflescopes. Please review thoroughly, and pay close attention to the details pertaining to your specific riflescope model.

The RT-6™ Riflescope line is a proven favorite in the competitive shooting world. They’re built for consistent, repeatable, mid-distance shooting with features and comfort that add up to an extreme value in versatility. Your RT-6 includes the following features: • Competition-Ready Reticle. The Ballistic AR™ is perfect for 3-Gun, close quarter battle, or big-game stalking with trajectory compensation out to 600 yards. • High Performance Glass. Provides excellent brightness and clarity with lasting durability – exactly what you expect from Burris. • Double Spring-Tension Internal Assemblies. RT-6s are built to withstand the harshest shooting environments and hold zero round after round. • Index-Matched, Hi-Lume® Multi- Coated Lenses. Enhanced low-light performance and glare elimination, making more shots possible and increasing your success rate. 2 1

How To Use Your RT-6 Riflescope Eyepiece Focusing The eyepiece can be focused so that the reticle appears sharp and black to any individual’s eye. Follow this procedure to quickly adjust the focus: 1. Point the scope at the sky or a plain wall and take a quick glance through the scope. If the reticle appears sharp and black, no further adjustment is necessary. 2. If the reticle does not appear sharp and black, take quick glances through the scope while rotat- ing the eyepiece focus ring until the reticle pattern is sharp and black. NOTE: Do not look through the eyepiece as you turn the focus ring. Your eyes will adjust to the out-of-focus condition. Windage / Elevation Adjustment Low-Profile Adjustment Knobs The low profile adjustment knobs on RT-6 riflescopes feature a finger adjustment for both windage and elevation. The dials are calibrat- ed so that 1 click = .5 MOA. Once you have successfully zeroed your scope, you can reset the zero on your dials with these simple steps: 1. With turret caps removed, grip or press down on knob top firmly to keep knob from turning. 2. Put pen or other small object into the small hole located on the dial, 180° from “0”. 2

3. K  eeping firm grip on the knob, use the pen to turn the dial back to zero, lining up the number zero with the white indicator dot. Only the numbered dial should move – do not allow the entire knob to move or else you will alter your windage and elevation zero settings. NOTE: You do not have to reset the zero on your dials for your scope to function properly. Doing so can give you peace of mind that your zero is set, plus you can easily confirm if it has moved at any time, but this step is optional. Throw Lever Adjustment The RT-6 comes with an integrated throw lever on the magnification ring. Featuring a versatile design, it can be positioned at any point on the ring. To change the position of the lever, loosen the locking screw using the supplied wrench. Slide the lever off the current rib and select your pre- ferred position and then slide the lever over the new rib. Position the lever anywhere along the rib. Tighten the mounting screw on the top of the lever using the supplied hex wrench. Make sure that it is snug, but do not over-tighten. 3

Illuminated Reticle Adjustment Rotary Illumination Illumination makes it easier to see the reticle in low light conditions. The intensity of the illu- mination is controlled by a rotary illumination switch located on the left side of the adjust- ment turret. The switch has 10 intensity levels and an “Off” position in between each level. The reticle is powered by a 3-volt lithium cell battery #CR2032. To install a new battery, simply unscrew the battery cap on the rotary switch and install the new battery flat side (+) up. It is advisable to remove the battery for long-term storage (over a month). Care & Maintenance RT-6 riflescopes are fully waterproof and fog- proof. In the event that the lenses are subjected to dust, dirt or mud, follow these steps to clean and protect the lens surface. Failure to remove grit before final cleaning is sure to damage lens coatings. Coarse dirt/debris must be removed from the lens surface. The most convenient way to clean a lens surface is to use a Lens Pen. Po- sition the scope so particles will fall away from the lens, and then use the Lens Pen or soft brush to gently whisk away the debris while blowing on the lens to dislodge the particles. For heavy dirt, like dried mud, use a spray of clean water or lens cleaning fluid to remove the dirt. Your RT-6 riflescope will provide reliable perfor- mance given reasonable care and treatment. All moving assemblies are permanently lubri- cated. Only occasional cleaning of the outside of the scope and the exterior lenses is required. Never disassemble your scope. Disassembly by anyone other than our factory will void the warranty. If you have any other problems with your riflescope, contact Burris Customer Service. 4

Ballistic AR™ Reticle *Subtensions shown for High Power Magnification. The Ballistic AR Reticle is a versatile tactical reticle with milradian measurements and is ideal for achieving long-range accuracy with 5.56 and .223 ammunition. It features an illuminated broken circle with center dot for ultra-fast engagement at short distances. Trajectory compensation is offered out to an impressive 600 yards. 4 A Outside Dia. = 2.25 Inside Dia. = 1.75 A B Outside Dia. = 2.25 Diameter = .25 D MOA 100 Yards Yards Mils Inside Dia. = 1.75 100 C 0 0 D Diameter = .25 CB MOA 100 Yards Yards Mils 200 .32 1.1 100 0 0 200 Yards CB 200 .32 1.1 300 .96 3.3 200 Yards 300 .96 3.3 E E 400 1.77 6.1 400 1.77 6.1 44 F F 400 &400500 yard & 500 yard tick marks subtend tick marks subtend BB B BB B B B 500 2.76 9.5 18” at distance 500 2.76 9.5 18” at distance B B 600 3.96 13.6 G B 600 3.96 13.6 G to black Reverts B Green Setting when battery is off 4 4 RETICLE SUBTENSIONS (in Mils) Units A B C D E F G Mils 10 1 .5 .1 .75 1.25 .125 5

RT-6™ 1-6X24mm SPECIFICATIONS Magnification 1-6x Objective End Diameter 30 mm Clear Objective Diameter 24 mm Ocular End Diameter 46 mm Reticle Ballistic AR™ Illumination Yes Focal Plane RFP Main Tube Size 30 mm Field of View (Low to High @100 yards) 106-18.5 ft. Eye Relief 3.3-4.0 in. Exit Pupil (Low to High) 11.5-5.2 mm Click Value 1/2 MOA Elevation Adjustment, Total Capability* 80 MOA Windage Adjustment, Total Capability* 80 MOA Length 10.3 in. Weight 17.4 oz. *Example: 50 MOA is roughly 25 MOA in any direction from center 6

Warranty This RT-6 line of riflescopes is covered by the Burris Forever Warranty.™ Thank you for choosing Burris. You can be confident that the optic you purchased is built to the most exacting standards. You can count on Burris to perform every time you use it. We’re so confident in the craftsmanship of our products that we back them with a no ques- tions asked Forever Warranty. We will repair or replace your Burris optic if it is damaged or defective. The warranty is automatically transferred to future owners. • No repair or replacement charge • No warranty card needed • No receipt required • No questions asked Burris Company 331 East 8th St. Greeley, CO 80631 (970) 356-1670 BurrisOptics.com Facebook.com/BurrisOptics INSTR-0474