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  1. Scorpyd Orion Extreme Crossbow Review

    The Scorpyd Orion Extreme is a definite step up when it comes to high performance crossbows.
  2. As a Matter of Fact, You Should Start Reloading

    So, you’re on the fence about reloading and not sure you want to take the plunge. Let’s talk about why I chose to start reloading.
  3. ATN X-Sight II HD 3-14 Day/Night Riflescope Review

    ATN X-Sight II HD 3-14 Day/Night Riflescope Review By TR Nelson The ATN X-Sight II HD 3-14 Day/Night Riflescope is the latest generation of software assisted digital optics. It is available as either a 5-20x or a 3-14x magnification, and is capable of doing a ton of neat, slick and even downright useful things, provided you know how to operate it. As the name implies, the scope allows the...
  4. My Ultra-Light Backpack Gear List - Len Backus

    The backpack equipment industry has made amazing weight-reducing improvements in the last few years. I have been continuing to lighten the weight of my backpacking gear. I am hiking many miles per year in the western mountains on my backpacking trips. Every ounce that I can take off the weight of my gear means more energy, knee comfort, trip enjoyment and feasible route distance. On my recent...
  5. Zeiss Conquest Gavia 85 Spotting Scope Review

    The Conquest is lighter and more functional than scopes in its similar price point and has glass quality of spotters considered a step above.
  6. June 2017 New Zealand Hunt

    Hunting red stag in New Zealand has always been on my bucket list. Soon, my dream of hunting in New Zealand was starting to be realized.
  7. Beartooth Wireless Communicator Review

    How great would it be to be able to turn your smartphone into a 2-way walkie-talkie with text and GPS location messaging, even when you don’t have any cellular reception?
  8. Box2Bench Targets: Right Idea, Right Time

    It's designed for load development, but even if you use it only as a normal shooting target it’s got 30 aiming points and it’s durable enough to be set up multiple times so you can track your own progress over multiple sessions.
  9. Teton Crest Trail Backpack Adventure Of Len And Barbara

    Looking down from Paintbrush Divide at 10,700 feet onto Lake Solitude "What an amazing adventure - just finished backpacking with my 71-year young dad in the Tetons across the Teton Crest Trail. 3 days. 35 miles. 3,000' of climb covering 6 miles in 4 hours the last morning. Overshot our permitted camp zone for the last night so we decided we were close enough to hike out and sleep in a...
  10. X-Ray's Stick

    How many times have you thought about which rifle you would keep if you could just keep one?
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