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The Hunter’s Telescope

The Hunter’s Telescope

By Ron Spomer

There is no magic in a spotting scope; it just looks that way. Photo: Spotting scopes are ideal for open-country hunting, but they also can be used to spy on isolated fields in the east and Midwest, often from miles away. There were nine of us sharing the alpine tundra just below the snow line in Alaska’s gorgeous Chugach Range. It was early ...

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Safe Sense
Safe Sense

By Richard Mann

Are your guns safe from boogeymen, fire and kiddies? For a gun owner, the question should not be “Do I need a safe?” It should be “Which safe should I get?” Hunters are often hesitant to spend money on a gun safe. ... READ MORE


This Thing Called Eye Relief
This Thing Called Eye Relief

By Ralph M. Lermayer

Perhaps no part of a riflescope’s specifications is less understood than eye relief. Many hunters don’t have a clue what their pet scope’s eye relief is, nor do they care. As long as they can bring Ol’ Betsy to the s... READ MORE


Shotgun Choke Designations
Shotgun Choke Designations

By John Haviland

Other factors besides choke constriction influence pattern size, and only through testing can you learn how a load performs in your gun. Just because your shotgun choke is labeled modified doesn’t mean it will shoot a modified pattern... READ MORE


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