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First Lite Alturas Women’s Guide Pant

Rok staff member Jordan Budd reviews the Women's Alturas Guide pant from First Lite.
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Safir 9 Tentipi by Mansfield Outdoors

The Safir 9 Tentipi, by Mansfield Outdoors, is an extreme conditions tent with the ability to hold an open fire.
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Canvas Cutter Bedroll

Robby Denning scouting for Big Mule Deer with Canvas Cutter Bedroll.
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Kifaru Fulcrum/Reckoning comparison

Rok staff Jordan Budd compares the Kifaru Reckoning and Fulcrum loaded with gear.
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Maven B.4 15×56 Review

Getting a chance to test out the Maven 15's this spring! So far I've taken them to Tiburon Island sheep hunting and used them here in Wyoming looking for...
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Comparing the Maven C.1 to the Swarovski SLC

Just a quick review of the new Maven C.1s and Swarovski SLCs. Oh, and I keep looking to the left because people keep walking down the trail towards me.
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Practicing with a Hinge or a Tension Release

We continue on the topic of release execution with either a Tension style release or a hinge. Choosing the right tools to make you a better archer is important...

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