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Leupold offers new Wind-Plex reticle!

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What is your favorite brand of riflescope?
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60%
Leupold
20%
Nikon
0%
Bushnell
0%
Zeiss
20%
Redfield

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We are now carrying DNZ mounts!

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We received a shipment of Vortex Viper PST 6-24x50 - PST624F1M's.

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Check out our great deal on the Burris Fullfield II 3-9x40, Ballistic Plex, Matte Finish Rifle Scope!

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Learn about choosing a riflescope!

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Daily Deal on this Spotting Scope by Leupold

normally $299.99
on sale for $259.99 

Choosing the Correct Binoculars.

Binoculars are one of the most difficult pieces of equipment to make a decision on. With the large variety of style, types, brand and uses for binoculars, making this decision sometime can be confusing if some basic terminology is not understood or the specification numbers look foreign.

To narrow down the large number of binoculars out there, you need to consider first what your main use will be. Will you be using them for bird watching on the feeder in the back yard, spotting game a long distance off or during bow hunting at the end of the day?

Below is a list of terms that will be better explained over the next few post to help you with making that decision.

1. Magnification
2. Objective Lens
3. Prism Type
4. Exit Pupil
5. Field of View
6. Eye Relief
7. Lens Coatings
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