First Look: Burris Signature LRF 10x42 Rangefinding Binocular
Burris combines two hunting gear essentials into a single unit with the new Signature LRF 10x42 rangefinding binoculars.
First Look: Burris Signature LRF 2000
Burris has bridged the gap between the company's advanced rangefinding riflescopes and rangefinding archery sights with the introduction of the Signature LRF 2000 handheld rangefinder.
How to Select New Sights for Old Rifles
Presbyopia is the loss of the eye’s ability to focus on close objects and it affects just about everyone over 40. When it happens to riflemen they usually retire their favorite classic rifles with open sights that should never wear scopes. But they needn’t do so.
New for 2023: Burris Veracity PH Hunting Rifle Scope
Featuring the PĒK (Programable Elevation Knob) system, a built-in Heads-Up Display and Bluetooth connectivity for uploading custom ballistic data from the new BurrisConnect Mobile App, the Veracity PH is designed to imbue confidence in the field.
New for 2023: TenPoint Flatline 460 Oracle X
TenPoint Crossbow Technologies recently launched its Flatline 460 Oracle X. Featuring the Burris Oracle X Rangefinding Crossbow Scope, the Flatline 460 launches arrows at 460 feet-per-second from a platform measuring only 26.5 inches by 7.5 inches.
5 Best Budget Big-Game Riflescopes
These five riflescopes offer big-game hunters great value at a budget-friendly price.
Best New Bowhunting Gear for 2021
Get a closer look at the some of the most noteworthy bows and archery gear introduced this year.
New for 2020: Burris Signature HD Riflescopes
Available in three different magnification levels and various front and rear focal plane reticle options, the new Signature HD line of riflescopes brings high-end features to a platform serious hunters will appreciate.
First Look: Burris Eliminator IV Riflescope
The newest edition to the Burris Eliminator riflescope series, the Eliminator IV offers increased performance with extended ranging capability and enhanced ballistic software.
After years away from the game, the author rediscovers the highs and lows of bowhunting. But only a rifle in his hands delivers redemption.