Burris Optics Announces New Pricing for Oracle 2 Rangefinding Bow Sight

Greeley, Colorado — Burris Optics, a leading manufacturer of high-performance optics for shooters and hunters, announces that it has officially reduced the price of the popular Oracle 2 Rangefinding Bow Sight to $720 MSRP and $599 MAP. This price adjustment is the result of streamlining production aimed at making cutting-edge rangefinder technology more accessible to a broader range of bowhunters and shooters.

The Oracle 2 Rangefinding Bow Sight is known for its accuracy and ease of use. Combining a bow sight and rangefinder into a single compact unit, the Oracle 2 reshapes the archery experience by providing compound bow hunters with exact distance to target and exact aiming point while at full draw. With its user-friendly design and advanced ballistic features, users can shoot quickly with confidence, even in challenging shooting scenarios.

The Oracle 2 Rangefinding Bow Sight is waterproof, shockproof, and features a durable casing to ensure long-lasting performance. A glass-free peephole houses the 0.019-thick pin array, and since there is no glass, there is no chance of glare, fog, or debris blocking the peephole image. Locking micro-adjustment knobs provide fast, precise adjustment and allow second and third axis adjustments. An optional rear sight system eliminates the need for a string-mounted sight and improves shot accuracy and consistency by helping the shooter properly tighten the grip.

The Oracle 2 includes an automatic brightness sensor and easily accessible buttons for manual adjustment, giving hunters the ideal brightness setting, whether in bright or low light. In addition, a spirit level is integrated into the aiming ring to eliminate bow tilt. The mounting arm has an improved dovetail interface for a more precise fit to modern bows and offers increased rise travel and windage. The entire sight can be flipped for left-handed operation.

The laser rangefinder’s adjustment mechanism allows users to adjust the aiming point of the laser without the use of special tools. The aiming point can be adjusted like a rifle scope and employs a similar precision click adjustment mechanism.

The Burris Oracle 2 Rangefinding Bow Sight is available for purchase at the new price of $599 through authorized Burris Optics dealers. Find a dealer near you at www.burrisoptics.com.

About Burris

The Burris Company, founded in 1971 and headquartered in Greeley, CO, offers a complete line of premium optical products, including riflescopes and scopes for hunting; competition and application of the law; pistol scopes, binoculars, telescopes, mounts and accessories. To learn more about the complete line of Burris products, visit BurrisOptics.com or Facebook.com/BurrisOptics.