Signature HD Spotting Scope

Take glassing to a higher level with Burris’ Signature HD Spotting Scope. With a 20-60x magnification range, you can save time and boot leather by finding and evaluating trophy animals from a mountain away. The HD lenses and apochromatic lens system give you the advantage in the field by eliminating color fringing and delivering edge-to-edge resolution at any magnification.

  • Built-in sun shade reduces glare and protects the objective lens from rain and snow
  • Both coarse and fine focusing adjustment are possible with the forward mounted focus knob
  • Eyecup can be adjusted to accommodate eyeglasses 
  • Lightweight, durable design with a die-cast magnesium body that is armored for greater protection in the field
  • Angled eyepiece and rotating tripod mount makes it easy to use whether you’re standing or prone

FastFire Attachment

The Burris FastFire red dot sight can be easily attached, and provides an incredibly fast, accurate way to acquire your target. No more getting lost in the magnification when sighting down field.  Two attachment points, on either side of the Signature HD, are provided. (FastFire sold separately).

Eyepieces

An optional fixed power 30x eyepiece provides even more range, detail and a wide field-of-view. Available with your reticle choice of a SCR Mil and SCR MOA. Easy to install.

Item #626200, 30x Eyepiece, no reticle
Item #626201, 30x Eyepiece, SCR Mil reticle (click for reticle details)
Item #626202, 30x Eyepiece, SCR MOA reticle (click for reticle details)

Neoprene Carry Case and Protective Cover

The Signature HD comes with a thick neoprene cover that keeps the spotting scope dry, clean, and protected from inadvertent dings and scratches. Custom fitted to the Signature HD, the cover has removable lens covers and strategic openings that allow full use of the scope without needing to remove the cover.  There are attachment points for the included carry strap.

Suggested Retail Price: $1,895

 

Specifications

Item Number
Description
Combo Package
Magnification
Clear Objective Lens Diameter
Finish
Field of View
Eye Relief
Exit Pupil
Length
Weight
300102
None
20-60x
85 mm
117-60 ft
20-18 mm
15.3 in.
67.2 oz.
  • Premium HD glass for optimum resolution and maximum light transmission under any lighting condition
  • The index-matched lenses eliminate color aberrations and produce true color fidelity across the visible light spectrum
  • Argon gas purging ensures waterproof, fog proof performance under extreme temperatures
Name
Spotting Scope Manual
Type
 PDF
Modified
November 30, 2017
 
Name
2019 Burris Optics Catalog
Type
 PDF
Modified
January 3, 2019
 
Signature HD Spotting Scope is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 7.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing clarity So, since I’ve owned this spotting scope for a mere 2 days, I can say that the clarity while viewing Jupiter and it’s moons is amazing. I also found Saturn and could see the rings pretty well, even though I have a lot of light pollution. While I didn’t buy the spotting scope to view heavenly bodies, I can see the difference, quite vividly, compared to my $300 spotting scope. The craters on the moon stand out like its right there! So vivid and crisp. I’ve also scanned the side of a mountain during dusk lighting, and it is still very vivid and clear! Glad I made the choice over the Razor HD. The fine tune focus is a very handy feature. Build quality is amazing.
Date published: 2019-07-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better than expected! Only had it a few days, but the image quality and fine focus is outstanding. The machining and fit are excellent. Really impressed. Also bought the 30mm eyepieces for both the MOA and MIL reticles and they are clear and precise - excellent quality.
Date published: 2018-02-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Burris knocked it out of the park with this spotting scope. Very few other scopes under $2,000 come with reticle eyepieces, but this one does and it is a must have for calling corrections when shooting at distance. I also love the Fastfire attachment with this scope. I am literally on target within seconds of swapping my binos out and putting my spotter on the tri-pod. The edge to edge clarity and the light transmission is amazing through this scope. This is hands down one of the nicest spotting scopes on the market and easily the most feature packed and highest optic quality in its price point.
Date published: 2019-06-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from clarity is remarkable tired of the cheap spotting scope I had so I jumped in with both feet and bought the razor 20x60x85 angled scope. the clarity from edge to edge left me speechless. I took it outside when I first got it and focused on a car license plate approx. 75yds away and proceeded to read the serial number on his yearly tag sticker. taking it to the range tomorrow and can't wait to see how it works there
Date published: 2018-11-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome optics Love my spotting scope I got a couple years ago I use it while at benchrest competitions but recently it started fogging up. Cant wait for it to work flawlessly again.
Date published: 2019-02-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from spotting scope review The great optics, the ease of use, together with the reasonable price and the outstanding warranty - makes this scope the first and best choice.
Date published: 2018-06-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent product I am very pleased with my Burris purchase. I use my spotting scope and rifle scopes very often and they always perform
Date published: 2019-05-06
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After installing the burris fast fire 3 red dot onto the burris hd spotting scope. How do you zero in the red dot to be aligned with the spotting scope?

Asked by: Lomi8o8
Hello, If the Fastfire has not been used on something else you don't need to zero it as it is a general reference. If the dot does not correspond closely to your field of view you can choose an object and set your spotter there and simply adjust the dot to cover the object or approximate field of view.
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2019-11-06

I am looking for a spotting scope to use at the range. Are the optics on this scope clear enough to view a target at 300 yards and identify a bullet hole?

Asked by: BillYYC
Hello, You will be able to see the bullet holes at 300 yards, assuming they are .30 caliber or larger. At those distances steel would be a bit more forgiving on the eyes and the sound it makes provides instant feedback.
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2019-09-10

I have a spare Vortex venom laying around. Will other red dots fit on the spotting scope or will only Burris Fastfires fit?

Asked by: Shift
Yes, the Venom fits PERFECTLY in this scope's cut-outs. I received my new Burris Signature Spotting scope yesterday and immediately took the Vortex Venom red-dot off of my Canik pistol (the Canik will be getting a Holosun in it's place). The Venom fits this spotter with a perfect fit. No gaps in-between the Venom and the spotter. Even the front curved) portion of the Venom fits perfectly in the front, curved portion of the spotter. If not for the words Vortex Venom on the red dot, you'd think it was made specifically for use with this Burris spotter. The fit is just that perfect. I mounted my Venom to the right side of the scope, making the Venom's brightness levels accessible from above.
Answered by: MrMister
Date published: 2019-07-29

Can this scope have a D-SLR camera (such as a Pentax K-II) mounted to it via a t-adapter? I see absolutely about digiscoping capability mentioned for this spotting scope.

Asked by: MrMister
Hello, The Signature HD spotter can definitely be adapted for photography. We have heard good feedback from customers using various mounting options. Most commonly those found for astronomy telescopes. Orion Telescopes makes a few different adapters.
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2019-07-24

What fastfire would you recommend for this scope? What advantage over the 2 would the model 3 be in regards to using it in the manor. What MOA would be best? Also will the case fit on the scope with the fastfire mounted?

Asked by: Shift
For the spotter, it really doesn't matter which one. Any Fastfire will do.
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2018-05-30

Is the mil or moa reticle built into the 20-60x or only available on the 30x eyepieces?

Asked by: rcwang
The reticle is only available with the accessory eyepiece.
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2018-05-11

Re: Signature HD angled spotting scope, does the fast fire attachment come with the scope? Also, does it flip down for storage? Is it covered in the lifetime warranty?

Asked by: FWN1
Hello, The Fastfire does not come with the sight, it is purchased separately. There is no flip down storage on the Spotter. All Burris products are covered by the lifetime Forever Warranty.
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2018-04-05

Are you planning on offering your signature spotting scope in a straight bodied version any time soon?

Asked by: Wyowindhunter
At this time I am not aware of any plans for that.
Answered by: Burris Support
Date published: 2018-03-14
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