November 3, 2017

How to Make a Spotting Scope Super Practical

Mike O'Donnell from Burris has no shortage of time behind a spotting scope, whether it's hunting or spotting at the range. And he not only knows what one of the biggest issues with a spotting scope is, he knows exactly how Burris is helping to solve it. With a little FastFire help.

This video is one minute long.


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