Camo Rifle Scopes – Burris Predator Quest

Camo rifle scopes come in a lot of different brands. Today I am going to be looking at one from Burris. Actually there are three scope reviews, the camo is the Burris 200371 predator quest camo rifle scope. 4.5-14X42mm, Ballistic, Plex E1, Camo with a 1-inch tube. This product is manufactured in Philippines.


For a poor man like me it carries a pretty hefty price tag at $347.61. The Burris 4.5-14-42 is a very good camo rifle scope though. I have found that out by looking at other buyer’s comments. Burris takes pride in their optics and they are very hard to beat in that line. They stand behind their scope without any problems.

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Burris Scopes Camo Predator QuestOne person commented ( Great scope! Very clear and sharp! Love the reticle! )

About the Reticle

The reticle is made with the ability to compensate for wind drift and movement. Although the scope is not illuminated, the ballistic plex e1 reticle takes care of the biggest challenges in long distance shooting. The reticle helps determine the hold-over at long distance. Also, it helps determine the hold-off for wind drift.

How Does a Scope Help With That?

*Hash marks on lower vertical cross-hair are calibrated for dead-on aiming from 100 to 500 yards. For nearly any big-game hunting cartridge.

*Trajectory-compensating technology and cascading dots help you quickly and easily adjust for wind.

*Dots represent hold off for a 10 m.p.h. crosswind (+/- 1.5 in. at 400 yards.).

*You adjust for 5 or 20 m.p.h. crosswind by halving or doubling the dot distance.

*Simple, accurate, and easy to use.

You can buy it on Amazon.

The Camo Rifle Scope’s Color

The camo does not match mossy oak brush. It is max1 which is a little different from the brush. Max1 camo is more of a green color.

That doesn’t really concern me any though. I’ve slipped around in the woods with tree limbs stuck down my shirt and in my pants pockets. I started hunting turkeys when I was around 12 and I’m 60 now. Back then I had to learn to make do with what I had handy.

It worked good, I killed my 2 turkeys every season back then. I backed up into a bush one morning and another hunter walked up. He sat down within 10 feet of me for 45 minutes, got up and walked off and never did know I was there. It amazes me to watch how much money kids spend to turkey hunt now days.

MOA Adjustments

Though some of their scopes come with the moa adjustments, this scope doesn’t come with them.

This scope does not come with scope ring mounts. You would have to order them separate or get them at wally world. I mentioned earlier I would have to find the cheaper ones.

The Burris 200370 comes with side focus but not objective focus.

This scope is supposed to take the recoil of the higher powered rifles. A 30-06 or 7mag is not supposed to cause it to be knocked off center.

The Difference Between 2 Of the Burris Scopes

What is the difference between item 200370 and item 200338? I didn’t find either of these in the camo color. Both are black but some vinyl camo tape would take care of that. Maybe some rubber bands and leaves too. 🙂

Burris 200370 Predator Quest

  • Special rear focal plane (RFP) reticle has trajectory compensation w/cascading dots to compensate for crosswinds.
  • Finger-adjustable wind-age & elevation turrets.
  • Separated power ring & eyepiece design accepts flip-up lens covers.
  • High-grade optical glass.
  • Index-matched Hi-Lume® multi-coated lenses.
  • Double internal spring-tension system allows scope to hold zero through shock, recoil, & vibrations.
  • Positive steel-on-steel adjustments ensure repeatable accuracy.
  • Waterproof
  • Fog-proof
  • Nitrogen-filled
  • 1 piece stress-free 1 inch main tube.
  • Matte black finish
  • Burris Forever Warranty!
  • You can buy it on Amazon.
  • NOTES: Ballistic Plex E1 reticle has trajectory compensation out to 500 yards.
  • Ballistic Plex E1 MV reticle is calibrated specifically for the .22-250 cartridge & has trajectory compensation out to 700 yards.
  • Power: 4.5-14×42
  • Reticle: Ballistic Plex E1
  • Side focus adjustable parallax
  • 1/4 MOA click value

Burris 200338 Predator Quest 


Ballistic Plex E1 reticle (within rear focal plane) features trajectory compensation out to 500 yards with cascading dots to compensate for crosswinds or moving targets.

Ultra-fast target engagement at short distances, as well as mid-range and extended-range shooting.

  • Index-matched, Hi-Lume® multi-coating for low-light performance & glare elimination.
  • Finger-adjustable wind-age & elevation turret
  • 1 inch main tube
  • Waterproof, shockproof and fog-proof.
  • Nitrogen-filled
  • Includes threaded Anti-Reflection Device (ARD)
  • Matte black finish
  • Over all length is 13.4 inches and the weight is 15.3 ounces.
  • You can buy it on Amazon.

My Conclusion

I am going to save my money and get one. My son has a 22-250 with a bull barrel on it. He doesn’t like to carry it around because it weighs a ton. I usually get it for deer season because I set out here and watch the fields. I’ve got some 450 – 500 yard shots out here and one of those would be nice to have.

We have a lot of coyotes and bobcats around here too. Groundhogs all through the summer. Yep I’m gonna get one.

Considering all the information I went through and all the buyer feedback I read any of these three have to be a top-notch scope.

I am sure there are better ones out there. I haven’t looked enough to start naming other brands yet. Bushnell is about all I have ever owned. I do know that you can buy them pretty cheap. I also know that I have gone thru a lot of them in my lifetime. Usually you are better off spending a little more for quality products.

I’ve never had a Bushnell that I would trust on a 500 yard shot. I am sure that by now they are making some good ones. Actually they would have to be to keep up with the competition.

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10 thoughts on “Camo Rifle Scopes – Burris Predator Quest”

  1. Interesting post about Camo rifle scope- Burris. I have absolutely no knowledge about hunting and rifles. By reading your article at least I’ve learnt a thing or two about hunting related stuff. Thanks for sharing the information.

  2. Cool website. I appreciate your reviews as well. I was looking for ideal scopes and I think I migh just have found one. Thanks again for sharing your expertise. Looking forward to seeing more from you.

    • Thank you Ivan for coming to my site and looking at the camo rifle scopes. Anything I can help with in the future just let me know. Larry

  3. Hey Larry,

    Honestly, I am way out my league here understanding all the information about these Burris Predator Quest Scopes. Nevertheless, I am going to share my humble opinion.
    First of all, a hunter needs to see his prey before the prey sees the hunter or the roles could be quickly reversed. That’s why a hunter needs a good scope for focused visibility at a particular distance, the coveted 500 yards.
    Second of all, because I am practical, I like things that are functional and affordable. Therefore, I am drawn to the Burris Predator Quest Rifle Scope w/ Adjustable Side Parallax Scope because it is lightweight and can covered the coveted range. It can help to get the job done quickly. The only thing is the black is probably not to good for camouflage in the bushes.
    Finally,Every day is a learning experience and I enjoyed reading out of my comfort zone. It was great. I had zero knowledge about Burris scopes. Now, I know just a wee bit about them.


    Happy hunting, Larry.

    All the best,
    Maxine 🙂

  4. It seems like a decent scope if you are a big game hunter or otherwise need to shoot long range. I mostly hunt fellow humans with airsoft guns these days so this would definitely be a bit overkill for my purposes. But I do love Camo red dots. They are affordable and effective for airsoft with the fraction of a cost compared to an Aimpoint for example.

    That said I do need a scope for my DMR airsoft rifle with a longer range. I’ve been thinking about buying a cheaper Camo with around 4x magnification. I’m not sure if I should get a variable one with something like 2x – 8x or just a fixed 4x. What would you recommend for max 150-yard shots on human-size targets? A large field of view would definitely be useful.

  5. Hi Larry, I’m not gonna lie to you, I’m way outta my league here but I still wanted to pop by because even though I don’t understand I can read and have the ability to know if something is done right.

    I am more than sure that anyone who does understand has more than enough info here to know that this is a great product. You’re very thorough and informative.

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