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  1. Zeiss Victory SF 10x42 Binocular Review

    An incredible top tier pair of binoculars that anyone should be proud to rely on in the back country.
  2. Scorpyd Orion Extreme Crossbow Review

    The Scorpyd Orion Extreme is a definite step up when it comes to high performance crossbows.
  3. 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.
  4. 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 user to run the exact same optic during the night as in the daytime with the push of a couple buttons....
  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. X-Ray's Stick

    How many times have you thought about which rifle you would keep if you could just keep one?
  10. Barrel Life: A Screed of Old Standby & the Math of the Matter

    When you talk about “barrel life”, exactly what you are talking about is of paramount importance but isn’t clarified by the simple words “barrel life”.
  11. Effective Game Killing - Part 2

    The speed of incapacitation or what we call fast killing is one method for which the hunter is able to measure a cartridge’s effectiveness on game in comparison to other cartridges.
  12. Tikka T3X CTR 6.5 Creedmoor + Swarovski Z8i = One Fine Hunting Rig

    As a gun writer with many years under my belt, I have looked through a lot of scopes and it still amazes me how bright and clear the Swarovski optics are in any light conditions.
  13. What's In Len's Backpack?

    Which 51 items are in Len's backpack? By Len Backus A couple weeks ago I had my hunting stuff spread out on the floor in front of me as I organized for an upcoming annual DIY mule deer hunt in eastern Montana. I get so many questions from LRH members about what’s a good widget to use for whatever. Plus we have a constantly growing number of members who are learning about how to get into western state DIY hunting. So I decided then and there that when I returned from the hunt I would write...
  14. Len's Big Mule Deer Taken With The New LRR Mountain Rifle

    Len's Big Mule Deer Taken With The New LRR Mountain Rifle By Len Backus Three years ago I booked an LRH Group Deer Hunt with Robb Wiley of Non-Typical Outfitters for 2015. Three years is a long time to wait when you are relentlessly teased over the years with pictures of other big bucks taken by his clients in 2012, 2013 and 2014. Finally it was September of 2015. I had planned to hunt with my own rifle in the very popular new 28 Nosler cartridge but made a last minute change. In mid-summer...
  15. 7 Days in Eastern Cape South Africa

    My dad Floyd and my stepmother Janice had been to South Africa twice, and upon their return the second time in 2014 they said they were going back again in 2016. I had always thought that when my dad started going to Africa, it would be very special for me to join him on an African safari. So I told him that I definitely would be going with him and my stepmother in 2016. The toughest part about going was convincing my darling wife Sonja that I needed to go because not many people get a...