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09-28-2019 08:20 AM
fagjy I think for many this is a useful topic
07-18-2019 07:41 AM
otome All depends from your preferences. For example, you can use scopes or binoculars for deer hunting. For example, I have CenterPoint 72002 1-420 MSR Rifle Scope. Built with a rugged construction for durability, the riflescope is a great extension for AR rifles, sturdy enough to handle the recoil and powerful enough for ranges up to 250 yards. I decided to buy it after reading review https://opticzoo.com/best-scope-for-...fle-under-100/
06-25-2019 04:04 PM
RoundSeat Nice, thank you. But I am looking for something different now. Can I ask you what was the best cheap thermal scope you bought? I got the chance to test drive the 2-8X form before acquiring in light of the fact that a mate of mine had one. Following a night of chasing with it I quickly needed to buy my own. With the high level of warm goals, locating in was a breeze. I had the option to see the paper target effectively against the screen even after 10-15 mins of being presented to a similar sun/heat as the foundation and after 30 mins furthermore, there was a fair qualification between the objective and the fence. The 384 picture goals is ideal for my needs as I may shoot at targets 100 yards or less.
05-04-2019 09:02 PM
Tromb Is thermal binoculars a decent thing for beginners? By chance, I found this site https://www.prgdefense.com/thermal-imaging where there are a lot of different thermal optics. Would you choose it as a tool for beginners (or even to pro)?
10-09-2018 09:36 PM
Hunting Man go to a pro shop and shoot several bows. You will know which one best fits you and feels right.
09-29-2018 11:40 PM
robertaboone100 Just check out the site for BOW: 10 Best Bow In 2018
And this one is for RANGEFINDER: Best Bow Rangefinder Ever
09-29-2018 11:19 PM
millsjack
Bow Hunting Tips for Beginners

I am sure I will get a lot of different opinions here but thought I would ask.

I am looking to get a bow and had a deal come through I was not expecting so I want to buy the best bow I can and have the funds to get the best out there. I drew a Wyoming non resident elk tag.
What are some suggestions for top of the line and are the new scopes that have the range finder in them good. I know expensive but anyone shot with them and like them or not?

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