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Burris Eliminator

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Burris eliminator is the scope that incorporates the laser and computer into the scope. After determining the range it calculates the holdover for your shot. How well does yours work?

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DF,Thanks for the link.I just thought that someone in this group would have bought and tried one.

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Looking at the laws in this state... It may not be legal here.
Nothing is legal in CA.Could you share your logic vs the law?

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I believe he is referring to the Methods of take for Big Game section I. It talks about lasers and light enhancing scopes. Since it isn't projecting a visible aim point on the animal or enhancing the ability to see the animal I don't believe the law applies.

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I'd sure like to try using one, sounds very cool...especially in areas where getting close is difficult, or unwise.

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Nothing is legal in CA.Could you share your logic vs the law?
This is what I was referring to. I hadn't read it for a long time. It seems the scope is ok.i) Except as otherwise provided, while taking or attempting to take big game under the provisions of Section 353 or Section 354, Title 14, CCR, it is unlawful to use any device or devices which: 1) throw, cast or project an artificial light or electronically alter or intensify a light source for the purpose of visibly enhancing an animal; or 2) throw, cast or project an artificial light or electronically alter or intensify a light source for the purpose of providing a visible point of aim directly on an animal. Devices commonly referred to as "sniperscopes", night vision scopes or binoculars, or those utilizing infra-red, heat sensing or other non-visible spectrum light technology used for the purpose of visibly enhancing an animal or providing a visible point of aim directly on an animal are prohibited and may not be possessed while taking or attempting to take big game. Devices commonly referred to as laser rangefinders, "red-dot" scopes with self-illuminating reticles, and fiberoptic sights with self illuminating sight or pins which do not throw, cast or project a visible light onto an animal are permitted.

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