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Burris Tri Modular Prism Riflescope

Burris Tri Modular Prism Riflescope
The Tri Modular Prism Riflescope from Burris is a low-profile, 2.5-milliwatt aiming laser that’s adjustable for windage and elevation.

The new Tri Modular Prism Riflescope (T.M.P.R.) from Burris is a compact prism sight that offers fast target acquisition, a large field of view, and trajectory compensation out to 600 yards. The compact prism sight seamlessly mates with the T.M.P.R. FastFire M3 and the T.M.P.R. Laser Sight to create an optimal rifle sight system.

The T.M.P.R. Prism Sight is available in two models with either 3X magnification or 5X magnification, and both come standard with an illuminated ballistic AR reticle. The circular reticle has seven illumination levels with three colored reticle options (red, green, and blue). It is night vision compatible. Power is provided by one CR123 battery.

The modular T.M.P.R. System includes the T.M.P.R. FastFire M3 and the T.M.P.R. Laser Sight. The T.M.P.R. components easily attach on the top, left, or right side of the T.M.P.R. Prism Sight via the three panels. Each system component runs on an individual battery; however, when connected to the T.M.P.R., they share power from the prism sight’s CR123 battery.

The T.M.P.R. components easily attach on the top, left, or right side of the T.M.P.R. Prism Sight via the three panels.
The T.M.P.R. FastFire M3 serves as the primary or as a back-up sight with a 3-MOA red-dot reticle and a brightness sensor that automatically adjusts reticle brightness to match environmental conditions. The T.M.P.R. FastFire M3 can also be manually adjusted to three brightness settings. Battery access is conveniently located on the top of the sight, and an automatic time-out feature turns off the T.M.P.R. FastFire M3 after eight hours.

The T.M.P.R. Laser Sight is a low-profile, 2.5-milliwatt aiming laser that’s adjustable for windage and elevation. It excels in low-light situations out to 100 yards or more.


Like all Burris optics, the T.M.P.R. Prism Sight, T.M.P.R. Laser Sight, and T.M.P.R. FastFire M3 are waterproof, fogproof, and shockproof and are backed by the company’s no-questions-asked Forever Warranty.
MSRP: $839 (3X), $899 (5X), $335 (T.M.P.R. FastFire M3), $119 (T.M.P.R. Laser), $1,319 (T.M.P.R. 5X combo with FastFire M3 and Laser), $1,259 (T.M.P.R. 3X combo with FastFire M3 and Laser)


 
 

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