Burris Optics, a leading manufacturer of hunting optics, has introduced a new rifle scope they say aims to revolutionize the industry. As they tell it, the Veracity PH 4-20x50mm is packed with cutting-edge features such as the Programmable Elevation Knob (PEK) system, high-quality optics, and other high-tech goodies. Get ready for a detailed look at the impressive features of the Burris Veracity PH 4-20x50mm.
Here’s what Burris had to say . . .
The Burris Optics: Veracity PH 4-20x50mm
Burris Optics, known for pushing optics forward with products like the Eliminator Riflescope and Oracle Bowsight, has introduced a revolutionary rifle optic, the new Veracity PH 4-20x50mm.
Featuring the new PEK (Programable Elevation Knob) system, premium optical clarity, a built-in Heads-Up Display (HUD), and Bluetooth connectivity for uploading custom ballistic data from the new BurrisConnect Mobile App, the Veracity PH takes hunter confidence and performance to the highest level.
The most precise hunting optic ever produced by Burris, the Veracity PH 4-20x50mm introduces features that redefine what is possible in a riflescope. In addition, it sets a new standard for confident point-of-aim/point-of-impact performance at extended distances.
These features build on years of research and development to “do the math” for the shooter and achieve precise shot placement easily and efficiently. It provides an accurate dialing solution extremely fast, eliminating time lost to hesitantly fumbling with dope cards and data sheets. Instead, it allows hunters to apply valuable time to focus on getting clean, controlled shots on unpredictable targets.
This complex-to-simple performance centers on the Veracity PH’s PEK (pronounced “peak”) system and a robust yet easy-to-assess heads-up display showing the exact dialed distance, wind hold, rifle cant, and battery level. Coupled with user-configurable and uploadable ballistic data via Bluetooth connectivity through the BurrisConnect App, hunters can be assured of precise aiming.
A digital position sensor in the scope’s clickless elevation turret achieves 1/10 MOA equivalent adjustability for near exact dial-in to distance in yards or meters—unprecedented precision in today’s conventional scope technology. Additional ¼ MOA laser markings on the elevation turret provide redundancy for peace of mind on any hunt allowing the shooter to still dial to distance and complete their no matter the circumstances. Simply range the target using any rangefinder, dial to the distance in Yards or Meters displayed on the scope HUD, and fire.
The Veracity PH utilizes stand-alone programming in a fail-proof platform, and Wi-Fi or cell service is not needed to use the BurrisConnect App after it has been downloaded. Bluetooth connectivity between the mobile device and scope is required only when uploading ballistics or changing scope settings, making this a proper “set-and-forget” system. With this app-to-scope integration, shooters can create customized ballistic profiles for multiple bullet weights, rifles, and shooting locations and easily upload the desired profile whenever needed.
Boasting a 5x zoom system and high-performance glass with exceptional brightness and clarity, the Veracity PH is built around the award-winning Veracity 4-20x50mm, covering the needs of hunters engaging game close-up or far away in all lighting conditions. The Wind MOA FFP reticle is a front focal plane design, making hold-off and hold-over compensation accurate at any magnification. Side focus/parallax adjustment ensures the target image matches the reticle focal point from 50 yards to infinity, thereby eliminating parallax error on extended-range shots. Both windage and elevation turrets feature zero turn-stop adjustment, so shooters never lose zero.
Burris set out to provide hunters with a class-leading rifle scope that bridges the gap between today’s advanced ammunition and firearm technology. It’s a solution for shooters of all experience levels seeking a fast, reliable, and uncomplicated aiming solution for any hunting scenario.
With its easy-to-use operation, intuitive data presentation, and ability to work with custom ballistic profiles, the new Burris Veracity PH 4-20x50mm can maximize every hunter’s potential for success in the field.
Burris Veracity PH 4-20x50mm Specifications
- Item Number: 200200
- Magnification: 4-20x50mm
- Objective Lens Diameter: 50mm
- Tube Diameter: 30mm
- Field of View (Low to High @ 100 yards): 26 – 5.5 ft.
- Eye relief (in.): 3.5 – 4.25
- Exit Pupils – Low / High (mm): 12 – 2.5
- Diopter Setting: +2 to -3
- Reticle Plane: Front
- Display Plane: Rear
- Reticle: Wind MOA FFP
- Display Illumination: Rotary Dial, 5 illumination settings
- Battery: CR 2450 x2
- Length (in.): 15
- Weight (oz.): 27.2
- Elevation Turret Marking Graduations: ¼ MOA
- Elevation Turret Digital Resolution: 1/10 MOA
- Total Elevation Adjustment Range*: 66 MOA
- Elevation Turret Travel Limit**: 33.8 MOA
- Windage Turret Graduations (Clicks): ¼ MOA
- Total Windage Adjustment Range*: 37 MOA
- Windage Turret Travel Limit**: 24 MOA
- Parallax Focus: Side Focus
- Parallax/Focus Range: 50 Yd. to Infinity
- Operating Temperature: -20° to +140° F
- MSRP: $1,200
- Example: 50 MOA total adjustment range equates to roughly 25 MOA in either direction from center.
** Rotation-limited dial (12 MOA left or right from zero position)
For a complete overview of the Veracity PH 4-20x50mm rifle scope, including an unboxing video and tutorial videos, check out BurrisOptics.com.
Dont know about you all, but I am getting tired of, “we have an app!”
Heck, the local Kwiki Lube’s sign says, “download our app!”
Funny, thought, Fred and hunting buddy Bob are out in the field, when Fred spies a big 10 point buck. Raises his rifle to take the shot,
“What is wrong,” Bob asks.
“My iPhone dropped the scope!”
Buck runs away.
“Dont know about you all, but I am getting tired of, “we have an app!”
Heck, the local Kwiki Lube’s sign says, “download our app!””
It was mildly interesting at first, but I quickly tired of it.
Case in point – Where I prefer to get my mobile real-time weather info. They were proud as peacocks over their New! Improved! weather app, so I installed it.
Once launched, I have to navigate several screens to get to the local radar view I like. While with my web icon all I have to do is tap it once, and I get the view I want.
Newer ain’t always better.
(Granted, it can have some uses, like calling an Uber…)
While the app mines your contact list, browser history, etc and send it to chicomland (or Kommiefornia (same/same)). But it’s “FREE”
Another thought, in a few years, are we going to see shooters who cannot use iron sights? Use their scopes without an app?
In a few years? My friend, that is already a dying art.
Iron sights are a lost art, how many can estimate distance by the front sight anymore?
I still prefer iron sights, even tho my eyes are not as young as they used to be.
oh joy, just what I need. a high tech overpowered, huge and heavy marvel on top of my trusty hunting rifle. Wake up guys, two thirds of us live east of Big Muddy and mostly hunt dense cover. We have to take quick shots in low light at ranges usually under 150 yards. My Razor sits on 2X most of the time, has a simple easy to interpret reticle and weighs 14 ounces. Forget the tech and give us simple, reliable and compact please.
With all the bells and whistles why doesn’t someone integrate the range finder into the scope? Just asking and I’m not gonna knock this scope it seems like a nice piece of equipment.
The people who want their firearms connected to the Internet are going to inherit the world they deserve…
But the ATF thugs approve of firearm devices that transmit an RF signal! What’s your problem? You some kind of Nazi?
Revolutionary? Anytime anyone says that, it’s big red flags of BS