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  • Top 5 Tips for Safe Hunting

    5-hunting-safety-tips-3 Hunting is a popu­lar outdoor activity. Whether it's for sport or for sustenance, hunting requires you to be focused, skilled and patient. You also need to be careful -- hunting can be very dangerous. Every year, hundreds of hunters suffer injuries. Sure, people have gun accidents, but not all injuries come as the result of a firearms mishap. Unstable terrain or dangerous a­nimals are hazards that also put hunters at risk. It's important for you to know about the potential dangers before heading out on a hunt. Continue Reading →
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  • Bushnell Elite Tactical Riflescope

    bushnell-tactical-elite Bushnell Outdoor Products has introduced four new Bushnell Elite Tactical HDMR and DMR 3.5-21x 50mm Riflescopes. These scopes are part of the Bushnell extended range riflescope (ERS) family designed to give tactical marksmen a powerful optic that works equally well in short or extended range shooting applications. The Bushnell Elite Tactical HDMR is available with the Horus H59 and TreMor 2 reticles, and the Elite Tactical DMR features the G2DMR, and Mil-Dot reticles. Continue Reading →
  • Bushnell Elite 6500 2.5-16x42 Review

    Bushnell Elite 6500 2.5-16x42 Bushnell has a good reputation for optics from laser rangefinders/scopes, binoculars too, and of course telescopic sights. Many might feel that their scopes are in the cheaper/basic bracket, which is certainly not the case. I have here what might be considered the top of the line range with the Elite 6500 series in what I reckon is a versatile and generous magnification. The spec of 2.5-16x42 offers quite some magnification range with a 6.5 zoom ability, much like the Swarovski Z6i series that started the whole thing a few years ago. This allows a scope to be built that can dial down to a relatively Continue Reading →
  • Bushnell Equinox Night Vision Review

    night-vision-bushnell-equinox The digital models are monocular units in 4x40mm and 6x50mm offering unrivalled image clarity, illumination and field of view even with zero ambient light. Both models offer the option of switching between a traditional green view for dusk and dawn while some ambient light is available, and black and white imaging for use in almost-dark to completely dark conditions. These digital monocular models have a rugged, water resistant housing and an integrated accessory rail, that can facilitate the addition of a light (not provided) to dramatically extend viewing range, along with video output and a built-in tripod mount. Continue Reading →
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  • Bushnell G-Force 1300 & Legend Ultra HD Review

    Bushnell G-Force 1300 & Legend Ultra HD Review I remember the days not so long ago when carrying a rangefinder was considered a novelty. If you did happen to have one, it was like hauling around one of those old school backpack radios from WWII—clunky, more than a little cumbersome to operate and heavy. With the advent of products like the Bushnell G-Force 1300 rangefinder, however, those days are long gone. Now you’ve got a ridiculously lightweight optic that does, well, just about everything.And because they go together like peas and carrots on any good hunt, I also got my hands on the 8×42 Legend Ultra HD binoculars, which are an equal measure of precision design and spectacular optical advantage. Continue Reading →
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  • Leupold Redfield Revolution Scope Review

    leupold-redfield-revolution-scope-review-001 Perhaps one might think of scope testing on the Leupold VX scopes that should begin by running them over with a truck. Instead, I do the next best thing; I strap them to a M77 Ruger Hawkeye African Rifle in .375 Ruger with Cape buffalo loads. If that doesn’t shake up a scope not much will. Continue Reading →
  • Bushnell Elite Tactical Scope Review 4.5-30 x 50 Mil-Dot

    SONY DSC Over the last several years we have seen a significant growth in gun sales and the tactical market has clearly been leading the pack. With the increased demand for the tactical rifles there also comes an increase in demand for tactical scopes. If you have been following the product lines by the various optics manufacturers, you know that there is a serious battle being fought for the consumer's dollars which is a great thing for the consumer. This means that higher quality, better optics, new designs and added features are getting more and more affordable. In July of this year, Bushnell announced in a press release their new "Professional Grade" Bushnell Elite Tactical Series Scopes. With this new series of scopes, clearly Bushnell has come to the battle for the consumer dollar with a worthy competitor and is ready to fight. Continue Reading →
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  • Bushnell Trophy TRS-25 Red Dot Review

    Bushnell_TRS-25_Review_09 I'm always looking for a scope that provides a good balance of features, quality and price. As I look through each months new batch of shooting catalogs like Sportsman's Guide, Cheaper Than Dirt and Cabela's, I'm always drawn to the optics product. The other day I was checking Cabela's Bargain Cave and found they had the Bushnell Trophy TRS-25 Red Dot Scope on sale for $99.99 so I decided it was time to make a purchase. I was looking for an inexpensive red dot scope to mount on a Ruger 22 Charger Pistol and thought this would be the perfect time to try it out. Below in italics are the features and specifications from the Bushnell website and listed on the side of the box. Continue Reading →
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