Burris AR-332 Review

Burris AR-332 prism sight

Burris AR-332 prism sight

The Burris AR-332 prism sight is a low cost competitor to the Trijicon ACOG series of sights. It is constructed from a 40mm aluminum tube and comes with mounts for both AR carry handles and Picatinny rails. The carry handle option allows use of the rifle’s iron sights without dismounting the sight. The 3x AR332 red dot sight comes with Burris’ Ballistic/CQ™ illuminated reticle which gives aim points from 100 to 500 yards. This is a bit strange as the military standardised on metres back in the 1920s. The reticle can be set to glow in red or green or, when turned off, gives the same picture in black – a really useful feature if your batteries run out or the electronics die. There are five brightness settings and battery life is 200 hours at a high setting and 500 at low. The AR-332 uses one CR2032 battery. Optics of this Burris AR sight are fully coated to minimize glare and the finish is hardcoat anodized. Some nice features include a sunshade, adjuster caps fitted with retaining wires and no less than three Picatinny rails to allow the fitting of a red dot sight or other accessories. The sight is 5.29″ long and has 2.5″ eye relief. This Burris AR scope weighs 14.2 ounces without the sunshade or Butler Creek style caps that are included. Adjustments are a rather odd 0.4 MoA with 60 MoA of total adjustment available. Focus, unfortunately, is underneath the rear flip up. Field of view of the Burris AR-332 is 32ft at 100 yards. This sight makes a really good, much less expensive alternative to the Trijicon ACOG for those on a budget.

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