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  • January 28, 2014

    Bulletproof Seaduck Decoys: Greenhead Gear from Avery-0

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    Seaduck decoys have come a long ways in the last few years, and these new dekes from Avery are the latest evolution. The Greenhead Gear decoys are foam-filled, which means they should be able to eat some steel and keep floating. As seaduck hunters know, their hunting gear is going to take a beating. This is especially true  for decoys that draw in low flying birds that often take more than one shell to kill. So, give these dekes a shot the next time you head out for seaducks.

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  • January 28, 2014

    New Hunting Pack: Alps Outdoorz Crossfire-0

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    Features are the name of the game when it comes to new hunting packs and Alps' Crossfire has plenty of them. It sports a vented mesh back panel, a frame system, and a detachable accessory pocket. It also features a gun or bow carrier, a blaze orange pack cover, and more compression straps than you'll need. This should make for a solid day pack for any type of big-game hunter. Expect it to retail for about $90 to $100.

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  • January 27, 2014

    Buck Marksman: New Tactical Folding Knife-0

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    This new knife from Buck is being marketed as 'tactical' but it could just as easily find its home in a hunter's pack. It has an aluminum handle and a blade of 154CM steel. The most interesting feature on this new knife is the locking system. This system makes the knife very strong and allows it open quickly. It will retail for about $125.

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  • January 24, 2014

    New Hunting Knife: SOG BladeLight Hunt-0

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    This 4-inch, drop-point knife from SOG was one of the most innovative products of SHOT Show. It has a stainless steel blade and and an injection-molded handle. But the most intriguing feature is the 6 LED lights that give you 90 minutes of burn time. If you've ever found your deer after dark just as your headlamp batteries were dying, you'll fully appreciate the intelligent design of the SOG Bladelight Hunt. 

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  • January 24, 2014

    New SOG Zoom: Assisted-Opening Knife-0

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    It's not a switch blade, but you can definitely open the new SOG Zoom with one hand. The 4-inch, drop-point blade is made of AUS steel and the handle is made of aluminum. The safety is designed to keep the knife from opening in your pocket. It will retail for about $100.

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  • January 21, 2014

    Nightforce SHV: An Affordable High-End Scope ... No, Seriously -1

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    Nightforce was able to keep the costs down on its new SHV (Shooter, Hunter, Varminter) by utilizing simpler controls, employing a less complex manufacturing process, and by reducing the overbuilding that goes into their tactical scopes. The SHV will stand up to any kind of sane treatment, but you can’t break rocks with it, or chock truck tires, or beat recalcitrant mules, as you can with the higher-priced Nightforces.

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  • January 19, 2014

    New Tactical Scopes: Burris XTR 2 Series -0

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    The XTR 2 Series is Burris' latest push into the tactical scope market. This series of scopes has a wide range of magnification options, from 1-5 to 8-40, and includes a ton of features. The scope in the video is a first focal plan mil scope, but it utilizes a donut-shaped reticle feature on the second focal plane. This reticle doesn't change sizes as you zoom up or down in magnification. The scope also includes an offset mount and a red dot sight. 

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  • January 18, 2014

    New Rifle Scope: Leupold VX-6 7-42X56 -0

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    This big scope from Leupold is designed for serious F-Class competition shooters. It's an MOA scope and the version in the video is a prototype, so we can tell you too much about it yet. But, the VX6 has proven itself to be a solid and functional design. It will retail for about $2,000.

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  • January 16, 2014

    An Ultimate Survival Knife by Morakniv-0

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    The Swedish Morakniv is as sharp as a razor. The clip-point blade is anodized to prevent rusting and the handle is made of injection-molded polypropylene and provides a positive grip. It comes with a sturdy sheath and an incredible price of only $80. We dare you to find a better all-around knife for the money. 

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  • January 15, 2014

    Sniper's Tripod: Ashbury Precision Ordnance Tact-3-0

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    This tripod was designed for military spotters who needed to set up in the sitting or prone position. But, the tripod is equally fitting for open country hunters who want to glass from a low, hidden position. And as far as tripods go, it's super lightweight and durable. The downside is, all that functionality is going to cost you. The tripod retails for about $600.

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