Rent Guns and Gear Review

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Have you ever called to inquire about borrowing your buddies Alpha Binoculars? I’m here to tell you that the awkward silence that follows will test even the best relationships....

Swarovski BTX: Big Time Xtreme Glassing

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Released in 2017, the Swarovski BTX stormed the high-power binocular scene. In my opinion, the BTX is a revolutionary optic that changes how hunters glass for game. The BTX...

Leica Rangemaster CRF 3500.com Review

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There are few gear items that have changed the way we hunt more than the modern laser rangefinders.  It wasn’t long ago that guessing/estimating yardage was one of our...

Zeiss Conquest V4 4-16×44 Riflescope Review

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Upgraded Zeiss Conquest V4 4-16x44 with ZMOAi T-30 Zeiss sent me the production model of their Upgraded Conquest V4 4-16x44 with ZMOAi T-30 reticle just before the start of rifle...

Vortex Razor HD LHT Review

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Vortex Razor HD LHT 3-15X42 Vortex Optics has a plethora of riflescopes on the market today and it can get a little confusing for some when it comes to choosing...

Vortex Razor HD 4000 Rangefinder Review

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Vortex Razor HD 4000 RangefinderI often think back to the days when I had to depend on nothing but my practice at varying yardages to figure out where to...

Tripods: Outdoorsmans Standard vs. SLIK 624

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Once carbon fiber tripods became widely available at least a decade ago, I dropped my aluminum tripods like hot rocks and made the switch.  I was saving more than...

Maven CS.1A Spotting Scope Review

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Maven CS.1A 15-45x60 Spotting Scope A common question I hear from many clients and others who are semi-new to certain aspects of big game hunting is,"Will affordable optics work well...

Maven C.1 10×42 Binocular Review

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The Maven C.1 10X42 Binoculars caught my attention recently while getting my daughter geared up for hunting season. She needed quality glass but there is no way I could...

Swarovski NL Pure 12×42 Binocular Review

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Swarovski NL Pure Binoculars That September afternoon was cool and overcast.  My teenage son, James, and I had climbed to a glassing point above treeline in Western Montana.  I had...