Burris Offers New Rebates On Popular Riflescopes

posted on October 13, 2022

With the holiday shopping season quickly approaching, Burris has announced a promotion to relieve some of the gift-giving budgetary strain. The company is offering a $25 online rebate with the purchase of any of its new Fullfield IV riflescopes—one of the company’s most trusted and legendary optics—now through December 31. Consumers can find qualified Burris Fullfield IV scopes at an authorized retailer, local or online, by visiting its Burris dealer web page.

The Fullfield IV is a rugged, lightweight and proven hunting scope designed to withstand the toughest conditions. The nitrogen-filled tube is waterproof, shockproof and fogproof. Burris recently redesigned the Fullfield IV with sleek turret knobs to allow for easier field adjustments, along with an improved 4X optical system, premium multi-coated lenses and high-grade optical glass for excellent brightness and clarity.

The optics are built to handle the recoil of all hunting rifle platforms, from airguns to high-caliber rifles. It’s also available in five different sizes—2.5-10X 42 mm, 3-12X 42 mm, 3-12X 56 mm, 4-16X 50 mm and 6-24X 50 mm. As with all Burris products, every Fullfield IV comes with the Burris Forever Warranty. Seven different reticles are available in the line, including an illuminated version on select models.

For those who shop early for the holidays, Burris is also offering a $50 rebate on its Signature HD riflescopes through the end of October. They have a 5X optical system, and the three models available include the 2-10X 40 mm, 3-15X 44 mm and 5-25X 50 mm. Each were confidence-building push/pull locking turrets with a zero stop on the elevation adjustment.

Founded in 1971 and headquartered in Greeley, Colo., Burris offers a complete line of hunting, tactical, and competition optics; including riflescopes, rangefinding riflescopes, bow sights, crossbow scopes, red dots, thermal optics, handgun scopes, binoculars, spotting scopes, mounts and accessories.


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