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Ideal Scopes for Deer Hunting

There are a multitude of choices for riflescopes for hunting white-tailed deer.

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When is the last time you saw a deer rifle without a scope on it? I am betting it has been quite a few deer seasons ago. I think it has been 1970 since I saw a deer rifle in the woods using only open sights. I remember this because it was my first deer[.....]

AllOutdoor’s Last-Minute Gift Guide, 2014 Edition

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We review a ton of gear here at AllOutdoor, and as a last-minute “thank you” to our faithful readers we’ve put together this list of what is essentially our “Greatest Hits of 2014.” The list below represents some of our favorite review items, with an emphasis on Read More…

Smoky Mountain Knife Works a Must Visit

If you love knives, then you have to add a trip to this store to your bucket list.

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Here’s another one for your AllOutdoors bucket list. If you get anywhere near the Knoxville, Tennessee area for business or pleasure, let me highly recommend this side trip to a super unique, definitely one-of-a-kind retail store. Furthermore, if you are a dyed-in-the-wool knife person, either for Read More…

Solar Air Lantern… Really?

Pretty cool, but how good can they be?

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I recently saw this thing called a solar air lantern, and thought it looked interesting. The more I look at it, the more I think it’s a cheesy, gimmicky product that won’t be around for very long. But hey, I’ve been wrong before. Basically, it’s a small disk, maybe 4 inches Read More…

One to Watch: Benchmade 761

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“I want a Benchmade titanium framelock.” At some point everyone has said that. Maybe it was the Skirmish or the Mini Skirmish with its faulty thumbhole or the Lerch Sub Rosa with its assisted opening blade. Or maybe you thought the Emissary would be okay as an aluminum and Axis lock Read More…