Nikon Monarch M5 3-12x42SF Riflescope Review

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Earlier this year I was looking for a lightweight, mid-range riflescope when the Nikon Monarch M5 3-12x42SF caught my eye. By mid-range I mean distances I can correct for...

Vortex Razor UHD 18×56 Review

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Vortex Razor UHD With the ever changing world of technology, it was no surprise to see that Vortex came out with the UHD line of binoculars. Ultra High Definition has...

Zeiss Conquest V4 6-24X50 Review

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The Zeiss Conquest V4 caught my eye when looking for a middle-of-the road price point long-range scope that will deliver in all types of conditions for years. I have...
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Leica Noctivid vs. Swarovski EL Review

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Leica Noctivid vs. Swarovski EL ReviewBy Steve Osminski, Rokslide Guest ContributorLast fall, I found myself in a position between myself and some friends with access to a pile...

Review: Nikon Monarch HG 10X42

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Nikon Monarch HG 10X42 Review by Matt Cashell, Rokslide Prostaff Through Rokslide, I have had some great opportunities to look at new optics and how they suit mountain hunters.  I have...
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Vortex Kaibab vs. Vulture: The Definitive Review

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Vortex's Kaibab HD 15x56 vs. Vortex Vulture HD 15x56 The Definitive Review By Robby Denning, Rokslide Co-Owner * Disclaimer: I'm not an optics expert. I'm a four-decades mule...

FHF Gear PRO binocular harness and Razco Gear Holster Review

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FHF Gear PRO binocular harness and Razco Gear Holster Review Back in 2012, I took a long drive with a couple of close friends. I started in Hamilton, MT and...

Zeiss V4 Riflescope Review

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There is a donut hole in the long-range, exposed turret scope market.  The options have grown for the sub-$1000 and the $1500-plus categories, but it's a little thin in...

Kowa TSN-553 Prominar Review

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Kowa TSN-553 Prominar Review By Luke Moffat, Rokslide Staff Late this summer I purchased the Kowa TSN-553 Prominar. Why did I purchase yet another 55mm, sub 2-pound spotting scope? I’ve been...

Vortex Viper HS Review

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The Vortex Viper HS 2.5-10x44 has become a popular scope. The “HS” stands for “Hunting and Shooting”. It’s light. It’s short. The glass has great clarity and the reticle...