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Zen Ray Prime HD 10X42 Binoculars

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Zen Ray Prime HD 10X42 Binoculars By Matt CashellFor the past few seasons I have been using what I consider the benchmark of hunting binoculars: The Swarovski SLC neu...
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Battle of the Big Eyes

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Battle of the Big Eyes: Zeiss Diascope 85 tFL and Vortex Razor 85HD: By Matt Cashell Eyepieces: I use a spotting scope for all of my hunting. Over the...
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“Extended” Range Riflescope Showdown

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“Extended” Range Riflescope Showdown: By Matt Cashell As I crested the ridge, my hunting partner, Jared, whispered to me, “They’re still there! He’s up and feeding.” I settled behind...
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Manfrotto Tripod Head 342RC2

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Manfrotto Tripod Head 342RC2 By Robby Denning One of my outfitting clients showed up in camp this year with a joystick tripod head.  While I knew these were on...
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Hunting for Photos

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Hunting for Photos: by Matt Cashell  The modern backcountry hunter doesn't start hunting on opening day.  For many, opening day is the beginning of the end.  They...
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What We AREN’T Looking For

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Optics for Hunting Part 2:  What We AREN’T Looking For: By Matt Cashell This is the second part of a reference series on optical performance for the hunter.  In...
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What are we looking for?

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Optics for Hunting:  What are We Looking For? by Matt Cashell  So many hunters have picked up a nice binocular in a store, or in the field, or out of...

Swarovski CT Extendable Spotting Scopes

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Swarovski CT Extendable Spotting Scopes   by Robby Denning   If you’re on a budget like me, you probably look in wonder at the high-end HD spotting scopes made by Swarovski and just...

Velbon Ultra Max

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VELBON ULTRA MAX REVIEW By Luke Moffat Ok great, so you’ve spent some serious coin on a quality spotter. So what’s next? If you don’t have one already,...

Spotting Scope (65 or 80mm)

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Spotting Scopes (65 or 80MM)    Spotting scopes are often one of the most expensive pieces of equipment we as hunters buy. It’s not uncommon for the scopes to cost twice...