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Warning: A Vortex ranging monocular will end up on your “stuff I need” list. Let me sum this up quickly and then I will work through the features: The Vortex Recon R/T and Solo Tactical R/T provide the shooter a compact and robust solution for observation, scouting, and ranging for a price that Read More…

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The United States Army has recently awarded the Aimpoint optics company a contract to supply 30,000 units of their M68 Close Combat Optics. Civilian shooters will know this same reflex sight as the Aimpoint CompM4s optic. The military version M68CCO has been used by the U.S. Army and the U.S. Air Read More…

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What it is they say on radio, “Time to take a break for a crass commercial message?” Well, this is not really that. For nearly two years now or about that, this author has been writing material for AllOutdoor.com, its readership, and audiences. The topics of all those pieces have covered a big Read More…

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It won’t be very before you can look into the objective lens of a riflescope or binoculars and not know if that lens is glass or a new form of plastic. Nano engineered plastics are coming, and it won’t be that long. Some hint new introductions at the 2018 SHOT Show. Time will tell. So,[.....]

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Accessories rule. This is especially cool if you get a neat new product that you did not have for Christmas. Even better when it’s from a 28 year old daughter that also loves the outdoors. Where she got the idea I am not sure, but it was a good one. The gift was a Nikon[.....]

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Open hard-wood ridges are choice places for stands during the rut. Bucks and does love to travel hillsides, and if you place a stand where they’re most visible during their movements, you’re on the road to rut hunting success. Often ridge sides are full of scrapes and rubs, with trail crossings Read More…

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In working with indoor ranges, I run into a frustrating aspect of most mid-power scopes: they don’t focus close enough. A centerfire scope with 100 yard focus gets hopelessly fuzzy at 6 power and 25 yard distance. A rimfire scope with 50 yard focus is passable, but gets useless outdoors at Read More…

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Lately, I’ve been seeing optics manufacturers really pushing themselves again to deliver exponential jumps in quality. Burris’ premier XTR II lineup is a good example of this. These new scopes rival the best optics in the industry, and the Burris XTR II 5x-25x 50mm was a must for a top-end Read More…