[TFB GUNFEST] NEW Burris Thermal Optics for 2021

   01.14.21

[TFB GUNFEST] NEW Burris Thermal Optics for 2021

Burris Optics joined TFB (TheFirearmBlog) and AO (AllOutdoor) down in New Orleans for GunFest 2021 to show us all of their NEW Burris thermal optics. This ranged from handheld devices that could be used for spotting and recovering game; clip-on thermals that could be used in conjunction with optics you already have; and riflescopes to help you send a more precise shot when sighting game is difficult.

Take night hunting to a new level with three game-changing thermal optics. The Thermal Handheld hot tracks targets out past 750 yards in the dead of night. The Thermal Clip-on lets you switch from standard to thermal in just seconds. The feature rich, 4x Thermal Scope offers unmatched performance and value as a dedicated night hunting optic.

Burris Thermal Handhelds

  • BTH 50
    • 3x to 13.2x zoom range for any range
    • 400×300 pixel resolution for accurate target identification
    • 50mm f/1.2 focal length for extended range
  • BTH 35
    • 2.3x to 9.2x zoom range to track targets
    • 400×300 pixel resolution for accurate target identification
    • 35mm f/1.2 focal length for wide field of view
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Burris Thermal Handhelds – projected MSRP of $2,000 for BTH 35 and $2,500 for BTH 50

Burris Thermal Clip-On Optic

  • BTC 50
    • x, 2x, and 4x zoom for any distance
    • 400×300 pixel resolution for accurate target identification
    • 50mm f/1.2 focal length for extended range
  • BTC 35
    • 1x, 2x, and 4 zoom for any distanc
    • 400×300 pixel resolution for accurate target identification
    • 35mm f/1.2 focal length for wide field of view
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Burris Thermal Clip-On Optic – projected MSRP of $3,000 – $3,200

Burris Thermal Riflescope

  • BTS 50
    • 1x, 2x, an 2.9x to 9.2x zoom range for distant targets
    • 400×300 pixel resolution for accurate target identification
    • 50mm f/1.2 focal length for extended range d 4 zoom for any distance
    • 400×300 pixel resolution for accurate target identification
    • 35mm f/1.2 focal length for wide field of view
  • BTS 35
    • 1.7x to 6.8x zoom range to track targets
    • 400×300 pixel resolution for accurate target identification
    • 35mm f/1.2 focal length for wide field of view
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Burris Thermal Riflescope – projected MSRP Of $3,000 – $3,200

Between all of the new Burris thermal optic offerings that we got to see at GunFest 2021, I would have to say the one I am most excited to potentially use is the Burris thermal riflescope. That could be a gamechanger while hunting hogs at night seeing as the amount of pressure hunters are applying to them has forced them to become incredibly nocturnal. What do you think? As always, let us know all of your thoughts in the Comments below! We always appreciate your feedback.

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