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Gear 101: Cabela’s Alaskan Guide Series Vanguard Fixed-Blade Knife

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Hunters have a lot of tools at their disposal, and second only to their weapon, is a good knife. Have you ever tried field-dressing an elk without one? The Cabela’s Alaskan Guide Series Fixed Blade is a no-nonsense, trust-worthy tool to help make short work of an elk or any other project around camp. Made in Idaho by Buck knives, this knife features an out-of-box, razor sharp blade made of S30V steel. This field-tested stainless …

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5 Tips for Accuracy – It’s All In Your Head

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The Take-away Yesterday as I write this a six-point bull walked out of my scope field at 280 yards. He vanished in an organic mesh of alder 9 feet thick. I sighed as others party to the event whispered, “Can’t believe he didn’t shoot. I’d ‘a’ hammered that bull. Won’t get a chance like that again soon.” Counting me, we were four people: four times as many as needed to shoot an elk or pass …

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Gear 101: Zeiss 10×42 Victory RF Binoculars

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In 2018, Zeiss combined their world-class glass with some very modern electronics—rolling Bluetooth technology, a rangefinder and a ballistics calculator all into one compact binocular. It’s the new Victory RF line, and we’re going to walk you through some of the key features. To start, Zeiss uses the highest quality glass to give you the best image imaginable. With the newly developed Ultra-FL lens, light transmission is a staggering 92% providing outstanding image quality. Multiple …

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All New Mathews Vertix – Gear 101

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Learn more at https://www.mathewsinc.com/vertix/ Last year, Mathews took the archery world by storm when they introduced their award-winning Triax. And now, they’ve outdone themselves with the all-new Vertix. The new Vertix features the same highly-efficient Crosscentric Cam system found on the Triax, but one key difference can be found in the cam modules or mods, for short. They call it SwitchWeight Technology. This patent-pending design enables shooters to increase or decrease draw weight in 5-pound …

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Gear 101: Flying With Weapons

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Have Case Will Travel Flying commercially isn’t exactly a good time. If you to plan bring along a rifle or bow, things might get weird, for both you and TSA, which could lead to missed flights or worse. Knowing the rules and regulations is key. We’ll walk you through the basics. Before you fly Read TSA guidelines on traveling with firearms. Printing them out and bringing them with you to the airport can help provide …