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Toby Bridges
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Here's an exciting new tactical scope series that's being introduced by Hi-Lux Optics - which incorporates "Five Rato" magnification.  

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Here's a look at one of the most versatile big game hunting scopes available today.  A built in ranging system is easy to learn, quick to use - and BDC hold-over aiming points make it easy to place those longer 300 to 600 yard shots.

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The new Hi-Lux Optics 1x MAX-TAC Dot reflex type red-dot sight is a high quality sight that is ideal for a wide range of firearms - AR's...AK's...Handguns...Center-Fire Rifles...Slug-Shooting Shotguns...even Muzzleloaders.   

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The Thompson/Center Arms TCR is a classic single-shot rifle, produced during the 1980's, and deserves to be fitted with a classic scope.  The author chose the Hi-Lux Optics 1.5-6x Buck Country model - for its classic styling and ability to tap the accuracy of this rifle.

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Do you shoot and hunt with Harvester Muzzleloading bullets and sabots?  Here's a new Facebook page where you can learn how to get top performance from these products - and where you can share what you know about muzzleloading.

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NORTH AMERICAN MUZZLELOADER HUNTING wants to know what website visitors want more of in the mix of muzzleloader hunting related articles and reports.  The website has grown to become North America's No. 1 source of muzzleloader hunting information, and the leading provider of muzzleloader loads and ballistics.

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Looking to buy a Leatherwood/Hi-Lux riflescope?  If you can't find the line in a local gun shop, here's a list of very reputable dealers on the internet which offer this line of exceptional rifle optics.  Check them out...read a few reviews...and choose the model that best fits your needs.

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Should muzzleloading hunters have to choose between going traditional or going modern?  Here's a look at one very die hard muzzleloading hunter who enjoys playing on both sides of the muzzleloader hunting fence.

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When hunting takes you from 3,000 feet to 6,000 feet...does the change in elevation affect the point of bullet impact?  NORTH AMERICAN MUZZLELOADER HUNTING wants to know about your experiences.

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Changes in Elevation...Changes in Point of Impact!
My personal shooting range is located on what was once the bottom of an ancient lake that was in some places 2,000-feet deep.  Of course, that was more than a million years ago, and the bottom of that huge glacier created lake is now the Missoula Valley of ...
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