Burris Expands Popular FullField E1 Riflescope Line

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posted on January 20, 2012
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The sleek profile, precision and accuracy of the scopes in the E1 line make them favorites among hunters and target shooters, alike.

With its high magnification and large objective diameter, the new 6.5x-20x50mm E1 riflescope is ideal for engaging targets at long distances. This scope's reticle is specifically calibrated for the .22-250 Rem. cartridge, making it the ultimate varmint scope. The 6x-20x 50mm E1 scope will retail for $449.

The new 4.5-14X-42mm scope with 30mm tube will provide more light, therefore increasing your shooting time in the field. Additionally, the 30mm tube on this scope allows for a wider adjustment range for windage and elevation. Suggested retail on the new 30mm scope is $449 and the 1-inch model retails for $349.

The popular 3x-9x-40mm E1 riflescope is now available in two new configurations. It will now be available with a 30mm tube and with an illuminated reticle in a 1-inch tube. The illuminated reticle will enhance accuracy in low-light conditions. The retail price for both models is $299.

All the scopes in the Fullfield E1 line feature the upgraded windage/elevation knobs and a separate ring and eyepiece that readily accept flip-up lens caps. Internally, the scopes feature precision-ground lenses that are larger than the lenses of comparable scopes, allowing for better light transmission. The lenses are index-matched with Burris HiLume Storm multi-coatings. The E1 line also features double erector springs and positive steel-on-steel adjustments for repeatable accuracy.

The new E1 riflescopes will be available at retailers nationwide in the first quarter of 2012.

Founded in 1972 and headquartered in Greeley, Colo., the Burris Company offers a complete line of premium optics which includes riflescopes for hunting, competition, law enforcement and military; handgun scopes; binoculars; spotting scopes; mounts and accessories. For more information, write to the Burris Company, 920 54th Avenue, Ste. 200, Greeley, CO 80634. For detailed product information, visit the company website at www.burrisoptics.com.

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