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Novagrade Phone Adapter Review By Matt Cashell, Rokslide Staff Hunting has provided me with some of the best moments in my life. Whether I was solo or hunting...
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Review: Zeiss Victory SF 10×42

Zeiss Victory SF 10x42 by Matt Cashell, Rokslide Staff If there is a classic configuration of western hunting binoculars, it has to be the 10x42. This combination offers...
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Review: Meopta Meostar 15X56 HD Binocular

Meopta Meostar 15X56 HD Binocular by Matt Cashell, Rokslide Staff Most Rokslide readers know I have been using various optics from Meopta Sport Optics over the last decade....
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Vortex Razor HD LH 3-15X42 Review

Vortex Razor HD LH 3-15X42 Review By Jared Bloomgren, Rokslide Staff Vortex Optics entered into the optics world somewhat quietly by introducing some great products and amazing customer...
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Maven B1 10X42 Binoculars

Maven B1 10X42 Binoculars by Matt Cashell Backcountry hunters have never had it better in optics. The "Big Three" Euro companies are pushing the ragged edge of performance with...
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Maven Optics B3 Review

Maven Optics | B3 Review   By Brock Akers, Rokslide Moderator   Measuring in at under 5 inches long and weighing a mere 16.25 oz. These are the...
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Vortex Ranger 1500 Review

Vortex Ranger 1500 ReviewBy Jared Bloomgren, Rokslide StaffWe all know of the Vortex Optics Ranger 1000 that has been out for a few years. I have been using...
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Review: Maven S.1A Spotting Scope

Review: Maven S.1A Spotting Scope by Matt Cashell, Rokslide Staff I had the opportunity last year to test Maven's B1 series binoculars and found them to be an...
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SIG SAUER KILO2000 Rangefinder Review

  SIG SAUER KILO2000 Rangefinder Review By Justin Crossley, Rokslide Moderator It was late winter and the sun was just starting to come up over the rolling wheat fields...
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Hash Marks or Turrets? A Mule Deer Hunter’s Perspective

Hash Marks or Turrets? A Mule Deer Hunter's Perspective by Robby Denning, Rokslide Co-Owner Before rangefinders came along in the late 90s, most mule deer hunters I knew...

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“I want a big buck, where should I apply?”

The calendar tells me that this is likely the number one question on buck hunters' minds right now.  The days are becoming dim when...

One or Both Eyes Open

One or Both Eyes Open By Guest Contributor, Jimmy Tippetts (Slim Jim) When shooting a compound bow, do you use one or both eyes? This topic...

Kifaru Fulcrum Review

Kifaru Fulcrum Review by William Hanson I've been a dyed-in-the-wool Kifaru fan for a few years now and the past year and a half or so...
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Clothing Systems

Clothing Systems   by Luke & Becca Moffat   When it comes to finding clothing for the backpack hunter, there has never been a...
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Idaho OTC Elk, Part I

Idaho OTC Elk, Part I By Ron Wright, Rokslide Member There is an increasing interest in DIY elk hunting in Idaho. With the...
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The “Trick-Pin” System

The Trick-Pin System – Quit Your Range-Finder Habit Darin Cooper - Rokslide Senior Editor This may be the coolest damn thing you never knew...