Burris Announces Signature HD Binocular Line

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posted on January 13, 2017
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The SHOT Show 2017 announcements are rolling in, and now Burris Optics is getting involved. Burris will kick off 2017 with the introduction of its new Signature HD line of binoculars, which will be available in three models: 8x42mm, 10x42mm and 12x50mm.

The Signature HD line offers high-performance HD lenses and BaK prisms that produce sharper images and edge-to-edge clarity. The multi-coated lenses are designed to create maximum light transmission and reduce glare. Internally the binos are nitrogen-filled for waterproof and fogproof performance. The outer surface sports a rubber armor for maximum protection. It's easier to grip, too. The central focus knob is easy to adjust, and the twist-up eyecups are designed to accommodate those who wear eyeglasses.

The 8x42mm model will retail for $251.20. The 10x42s will have an MSRP of $264.55. The 12x50s, meanwhile, will go for $283.39.

For more information, go to BurrisOptics.com.

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