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May 23, 2019

Sighting in the Burris Fast Fire 3 Red Dot and using it the Turkey Woods – Part 2

This is Part 2 of a guest post from Joe Fichter. Part one can be found HERE.

Joe has been hunting the woods of the Eastern US for many years and in spring you can bet he is off chasing gobbles! Follow Joe on IG here

  • April 29, 2019

    Burris AR-332 Review: The ‘Smart AR-15 CQB Sight’

    Is the Burris AR-332 worth the money? Here’s my AR-332 review of the first time I used it. It blew me away.

    This is a guest blog post from Richard Douglas showcasing his first experience with the Burris AR-332. Check out his Scopes Field blog.

  • February 25, 2019

    FastFire 3 Mounting Tricks

    Shotgun Mounting Options for the Burris Fast Fire Red Dot – Turkey Hunting

    Simple, strong, and reliable like a set of beads on top of a vent rib only easier to acquire, faster on target, and a more precise aiming point.

    This is a guest post from Joe Fichter. Joe has been hunting the woods of the Eastern US for many years and in spring you can bet he is off chasing gobbles! You can follow Joe on IG here

  • February 14, 2019

    Upgrading to a Burris Eliminator - and success!

    Guest blog post from William Litchfield 

    I committed that mortal sin this year and used an old, cheap, inconsistent scope that has been problematic in the past...After going to the range and confirming it was a cheap scope that I shouldn’t have ever been using in the first place, I went to our local sporting goods store to fix the problem.  I was immediately attracted to the Burris Eliminator III.

  • January 18, 2019

    Burris Optics and USA Shooting Find What Matters with New Partnership Agreement

    Burris Optics has found what matters by announcing a new partnership agreement effective immediately with USA Shooting. The partnership makes Burris the official 2019 optics provider of America’s Shooting Team.

  • January 15, 2019

    Redemption hunt with Burris Oracle

    This article on the Burris Oracle Range Finding Bow Sight was written by Burris Pro Staff member Sidney Smith. Sidney goes over his 2018 archery season and how the Oracle helped him harvest a monster whitetail down in Texas while hunting with Disabled Outdoorsmen USA this year. Sidney is a double amputee who runs Marathons, Triathlons and is currently training for an Iron Man. You can follow his adventures on IG @tri_nofeet

  • December 5, 2018

    Blood, Sweat and Bears

    How to have a successful bear drive.

    Killing black bears on a consistent basis is not an easy task for most people. In a state where baiting and hounds are not legal for bear hunting, your options are solo hunting, or making drives.  Guest post from the Price Brothers.

  • September 14, 2018

    What to look for in an LPVO

    LPVO is a an abbreviation that has been quickly gaining popularity among the AR-15 crowd, although the rest of the shooting world seems to be largely oblivious to it.

    Guest blog post written by Ilya Koshkin, who runs the OpticsThoughts website. He reviews countless optics, using his extensive career experience in electro-optics and digital imaging to provide reasoned objectivity in his reviews.

  • August 7, 2018

    Setting up an Oracle Bow Sight

    A series of videos designed to help set up the Oracle Bow Sight

  • July 23, 2018

    Get Ready for Rifle Season

    When the buck of your dreams steps out into the open you’re not going to be shooting off a bench, so once you’ve confirmed zero it’s time to perfect your field rifle skills. These three drills will get you tuned up.

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