The Burris Oracle Rangefinding Bow Sight calculates and displays the perfect aiming point so you never miss another trophy shot. Press play to see this rangefinding sight in action.
The Burris Rangefinding Bow Sight takes the guesswork out of aiming so you never miss another shot. This Burris bow sight calculates and displays the perfect aiming point based on the distance to your target and can accommodate for up to 176 inches of drop at 100 yards. The sight can learn and store trajectory curves for up to two configurations to accommodate different arrow weights or bow speeds. The rangefinder on this bow sight provides instant distance readouts and has micro-adjustable knobs so you can sight-in with precision. Built with durable water-resistant housing, the Burris Rangefinding Bow Sight provides the exact point of aim you need to make your trophy shot.
Mounts to both right- and left-handed bows
Calculates and displays perfect aiming point
Micro-adjustable knobs for precise adjustments
Accommodates up to 176 inches of drop at 100 yards
Built-in rangefinder gives the exact distance to the target at full draw
Stores two different trajectory curves for different arrows and draw weights
This sight is great. It is just over a pound but I didn't notice a big difference while shooting. Getting the laser sighted in took about 20 minutes and the tutorial videos on youtube helped. I switched from a 5 pin sight and this opened up my sight picture a lot. Buy this sight, trust it, and you wont have to guess the range or rely on your rangefinder anymore.
At first I thought this sight was awesome shooting out to 100 yards. I purchased this sight a couple months ago. And the sight range finder and auto adjusting is not correct a lot. One day it will tell me the target is 32 yards next day it is at 35 other days It is in between I shoot from same spot and might move 1’ on the platform not yards. I will hit the range button 4-5 times and it will give a different number 1/2 the time on the same target. Then I move out to 55 yards and it will be in 5” groups. Range says 55 yards. Then I will shoot another target that is at 40 the sight ranges it at 33 so arrows are in the dirt go back to 55 yard target it now ranges at 50 yards. Frustraiting to say the least put bow away next day bow is spot on . A few days later it’s back to yardages that are false. I compare ranges now side by side with hand held range finder. But the Burris is off most of the time. It’s supposed to make it easier. It makes me wonder if it’s giving the right distance when it counts. I put my $50 tru glow back in and stack arrows at 50. Only difference is I have to put range finder back in my pocket before I shoot.
This sight amazing! I’ll admit, I was skeptical at first, but, after a buddy of mine bought his and let me try it out I knew I had to get one on my bow. No more guessing yardages, no more guessing between pins, no more dialing with a sight tape, and no more range finder to fumble with in the stand. This thing does it all and it does it instantly at the push of a button while I’m at full draw. Setup was familiar but also a little different than my old sights. I still have a 20 yard fixed pin to dial in with micro-adjustments on the dovetails (Thank you for micro adjust!). I got a bit confused by the laser pointer alignment part of it. But, watched a couple Youtube videos, took my time, and it was pretty simple – reminded me of zeroing a rifle scope. The ballisitics calculator setup was also pretty easy. I’m a fan of new gadgets, so, I decided to try the little aux peep thing. I like it, it really works well as a torque indicator and has helped me clean up my form a lot. Total setup time took me about an hour from the time I pulled it out of the box to fully sighted in and calibrated. Man, she is dead nuts now. I love having a pin for every yard and I love how fast it is. It doesn’t take away from the challenge and skill of archery, but, it does make shooting my bow way more fun which gets me outside practicing more than I used to. I’ll feel confident in the stand this Fall with this on my bow.
I have been hunting with the Oracle for almost a year now and the ability to range at full draw is a GAME CHANGER. No more guessing distances, picking the wrong pin or pin gapping. I love that it has a fixed "fail safe" 20 yard pin and that it has no glass to scratch, fog, glare or break. I can't say enough about this Bow Sight...after dropping my bow out of my tree stand I can say it seems bullet proof and if it does ever does break it will be covered by the Burris Forever Warranty....can't beat that!
I am very pleased with the performance of this sight. After reading the instructions and then watching the set up video it was pretty easy to set up. I haven't had a chance to shoot my bow much since setting up but the times that I have practiced I am very satisfied with the results
several days to get it sighted in for distance shooting. less than a week of use the rangefinder stopped working with only the multiple vertical green lights. sent it back to Burris and they said it was not repairable but did not give a reason why it stopped working was planning on using the sight for a sheep hunt but now i am worried about the reliability the fail safe multiple green sights will work in a pinch but are not as accurate as a standard multiple pin sight