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Burris Optics

Burris Optics is a trusted source of binoculars, scopes, riflescopes, sights, reticles, and mounting systems for all hunting, tactical and competitive shooting needs. The company was formed in 1971 and named after its founder Don Burris a design engineer in Denver who believed he could build better riflescopes than what was currently available. The company’s first optic was a riflescope called the Fullfield, which he began to market in 1975, and it has grown to be an industry icon still manufactured today. With Burris, you can head for the hunting grounds confident that your optics will deliver all the performance you paid for.

Please view our Burris Optics Catalogue for product information and availability in Canada.

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2022 Newsletter Draw Feature

Chance to win a Burris – ORACLE 2 BOW SIGHT (300401) or ORACLE X CROSSBOW SCOPE (300410 )

New Products

Burris Fastfire IV

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Instant dot-on-target accuracy for any firearm from handgun to shotgun. A great choice for 3-Gun and wing shooting, and any use from patrol to plinking. Multiple reticle options, massive battery life and 4 different models make FastFire 4 the most versatile red dot reflex you can mount.

Burris Oracle X and Oracle 2

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THE ORACLE ADVANTAGE: Eliminates guessing distance. Built-in rangefinder gives the exact distance to the target at full draw. + Eliminates aiming between pins. Instantly calculates and displays the exact aiming point for any distance and shot angle.


Mike Miller Burris

“Getting up close and personal with big game makes my heart race and truly tests a hunter’s skills, I trust Burris optics to give me a clear view and an accurate shot.”Anger And Hunter Logo

- Mike Miller
Growing up, Mike spent time in the woods with family and friends whenever he could. He lived near a Creek and spent his summers at a camp on the Kawartha Lakes, so he had endless fishing opportunities. When school was done for the day and during summer holidays, there was a good chance Mike was on the water fishing or tracking wildlife for a closer look.  After finishing school Mike chose to follow his dream. He toured as a bass fishing pro and worked for various sponsors, which eventually led him into television production. In 2004, he became host and co-producer of the popular Fish’n Canada show, where he honed his on-air skills.