In September 2020, I had the opportunity to get my hands on the then new Burris XTR III. I knew the scope was to be made in the USA in Greeley, Colorado and I was anxious to compare it to the XTR II’s which had been and still is a long time favorite of long range competition shooters and hunters alike. When the scope arrived, it was packaged just as I was accustomed to seeing the XTR line of scopes, but this one looked and felt more robust and refined.
I recently shoot my first 3 Gun Match called “Zombies in the Heartland” and I realized it can be a bit intimidating to get started. In this article I wanted to share a few things I learned that I wished I knew going in. I am confident this will help others feel more comfortable giving 3 Gun a shot…pun intended. :)
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.
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.
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
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.