Leica Noctivid 10×42 Review

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By Matt Cashell, Rokslide Prostaff In doing optics reviews over the years for Rokslide, I have had the luxury of looking through all types of glass, from the budget-friendly entry-level...

LEICA GEOVID 10×42 HD-B 3000 review

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I am always looking for ways to make my gear list shorter.  Anytime we can take something into the field that does multiple tasks, we will have a simpler...

The Maven B.5 18×56 Binoculars

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Last year while visiting the Maven’s world headquarters in Lander, Wyoming, the Maven guys showed me a prototype of what would become the B.5’s. What excited me about these...

Which Outdoorsmans Tripod head?

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Ryan Avery breaks down the three outdoorsmans tripod heads and how he uses them.
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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...

Zeiss SFL 8×30 Compact Binocular Review

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Compact binoculars used to be laughable.  They were almost like toys and I ignored them for years. Zeiss has changed my mind with their new Zeiss SFL 8x30 binoculars.Backing...

Outdoorsmans Window Mount System Review

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I hunt and scout mule deer everywhere from established road systems to deep in the backcountry.  Consequently, I'm always looking for practical ways to save weight & bulk, while...

12x Binoculars: The Perfect Optic For The Western Hunter

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It used to be commonplace for a new hunter to purchase 10x42 binoculars and take to the field to pursue their ungulate of choice. But as the great Bob...

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...