New for 2020: Burris Signature HD Riflescopes

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posted on January 30, 2020
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Whether you’re looking to bang steel at extended ranges or drop a trophy animal in open country, the new Signature HD line of riflescopes from Burris are designed to help you cover serious distances.

The series comes in three variants: 2x-10x-40mm, 3x-15x-44mm and 5x-25x-50mm. Each riflescope produces extremely bright, crisp images, thanks to premium, multi-coated glass, ensuring maximum optical performance in any light condition. The Signature HD series features precision-machined components, zero-stop on all target knobs, and push/pull locking turrets, giving shooters an easy-to-use, highly reliable optic.

The 2x-10x-40mm is especially ideal for short to moderate distances, and provides an expansive field of view that’s great for tracking game or engaging targets. The scope utilizes an E3 reticle that simplifies holdover and wind drift, while a 1-inch, nitrogen-filled tube and push/pull turrets are easy to operate in any condition.

Highly versatile, the 3x-15x-44mm delivers exceptional brightness at increased distances. The scope features side parallax and an incredibly reliable turret system for quick adjustments in real time. For those looking to go to extreme ranges with the best in magnification, the 5x-25x-50mm offers the best in long-range capability.

A 30mm main tube and holdover estimates for the 140-grain ELD bullet in 6.5 Creedmoor make this a great choice for long range hunters and shooters alike. The optic is also available with an illuminated Ballistic E3 reticle with side parallax and zero-stop turrets.

The Signature HD riflescopes have an MSRP of $431-$875. For more information, visit burrisoptics.com.

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