Introducing the Burris Thermal Rifle Scope

Introducing the Burris Thermal Rifle Scope (BTS) from @BurrisOptics 

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Take night hunting to a new level with the Burris Thermal Rifle Scope (BTS).  The feature rich, 4x Thermal Scope offers unmatched performance and value as a dedicated night hunting optic with your choice of 10 reticles and 7 color palettes to fine tune your night hunting experience. With options for stadiametric ranging, picture-in-picture, hot tracking, and brightness and contrast controls you won’t find a more feature rich thermal scope on the market at this price.  The BTS comes in two sizes (35mm and 50mm) for choices in field of view and zoom range.  Level up with thermal optics from Burris – Find What Matters!

To learn more about the entire line of Burris Optics please visit:

www.burrisoptics.com

Burris Optics, based in Greeley, Colorado, has been an optics innovation leader for nearly 50 years. The company produced its first optics in 1972 and was the originator of the ballistic plex design employed by every hunting optics manufacturer since. Every optic produced by Burris is designed, engineered, and tested in our Greeley, CO facility. 

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