May 14, 2021

Burris Signature HD 10×42 Binoculars Review

Written by: Dave Benfell

Most of you will be familiar with Burris from when the range-finding and ballistic-drop-compensating Eliminator series of scopes became popular in New Zealand. It was unique in what it offered and found a firm following amongst some hunters. Although that type of scope isn’t my style, Burris has made a name for itself in New Zealand and has launched a series of scopes and binoculars in the mid-price to premium bracket named the Signature Series. On review are the 10×42 Signature binoculars, and here's a breakdown on how they handled testing:

Rod and Rifle | Burris Optics

You can clearly see the texturised body of the binoculars offering protection and ease of grip. You can also see the rubber objective lens protectors. This typical design for lens covers is not ideal as the rubber wears and it’s common for them to detach. Hopefully, a better design will eventually appear for binoculars in the economy to mid-price bracket.

To continue reading, view the review at: Burris Signature HD 10×42 Binoculars Review - by Rod & Rifle

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