Information is from Burris.Thanks WJM it's great to finally see some specs.
Where did you get these specs from may I ask?
I'm glad to see another new scope that weights under 30oz, good to see some alternatives to the AMG and MK5hd.
Those FOV specs are pretty phenomenal, I hope the eye box is super forgiving to suit!
Looking forward to seeing some reviews and videos of these in hand, as I'm doubtful I'll get to see one for myself unless I buy one.
Waiting for a confirmed price also, as I'm feeling like this may be the scope I've been waiting for.
Funnily enough I've had great experience with Burris scopes, I have a Full Field 2 and a C4 both which I love (obviously not comparable to this scope), but the XTR II range didn't do much for me so I haven't given them a look in.
I agree beet, it is nice to see more < 30oz offerings and great to see Burris join the Ultra Short game. Like Leupold claimed with their Mark 5HD line, they learned a lot from the shortcomings of the Mark 6, I believe Burris has done the same with the XTR III, it definitely appears that they have learned from the XTR II shortcomings (of which there are few at its price point) and the XTR III will be even better - claimed better glass, lighter weight, better eyebox, wider FOV, a new .2 mil tree reticle. ILya has seen them in person and said it looked impressive and @D_TROS has shot with a pre-production model and apparently loves it so it seems like the real deal.
I'm also curious to find out about the turret feature called "Race Dial" intended for PRS and NRL shooters.