September 2015

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Ron Spomer

How Important Is Scope Brightness?


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Brightness isn’t the most important feature in a riflescope, but most of us appreciate it. In this video you’ll clearly see how objective lens diameter works hand in hand with magnification to make any scope brighter or darker.

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Scott Bestul

Shooting Lanes – Smallish Paths or Bowling Lanes


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With early archery and muzzleloader seasons in full swing (or about to start), and rifle seasons creeping up in a big way, hunters who didn’t get stands and blinds in during the preseason are busily getting those ambush sites set up for their hunts. And of course the best deer stand in the world is […]

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Q & A: What range should I sight-in my right?


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Some deer are taken at very long distances while others are shot at much closer range – perhaps 100 yards or less. So the question becomes, what is a good distance to sight in one’s deer hunting rifle? The answer could be somewhat subjective, but a good thing to ask yourself before hitting the sled […]

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Scott Leysath

Scott Leysath Tips On How To Best Dress/Process Game


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Levi Pitt, owner/butcher at Elk Grove, California’s “Kountry Meats” has seen more dead animals this week than most of us will see in a lifetime. Besides ranch butchering, his shop processes game animals. Several months ago, I mentioned that Levi didn’t have a website. He has a good one now and his “Tips for Hunters” […]

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Basic Scope Adjustments – What To Do


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Every scope works best if its focused properly. In this quick tip video Spomer demonstrates how you can focus the diopter adjustment ring to make the reticle dead sharp AND how you can use your own focus to make it easier to find your target in the scope quickly, every time.

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Q & A: What’s the best caliber for children?


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A son or daughter’s first whitetail hunt…what size caliber gun to use? While Deer Season XP is offed in a few sizes smaller than .30 caliber, it might be the best idea, for that first hunt, to have your son or daughter tote a .243. The .243 Deer Season in 95 grain has plenty of […]

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Scott Bestul

Digital Technology For Deer Hunters – Way Cool!


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If you need further proof that Smartphones are taking over the Earth, there is this; the steadily-growing popularity of “digi-scoping.” In case you’ve not heard the term (don’t feel bad, I hadn’t either until a few months ago), digi-scoping involves putting your smartphone on “camera” mode, mounting the phone on to a spotting scope or […]

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Scott Leysath

How To Make A Quick Venison Sandwich


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Most of us don’t think about enjoying venison for lunch. Maybe we’ll have some leftover deer chili or sausage, but I really do believe venison is most often consumed at suppertime. And yes, I know there are exceptions. My goal today is to create a great sandwich using a semi-tough hunk of meat out of […]

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Spomer On The Controlled Round Feed Action – Do You Need One?


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Do you need a controlled round feed action? Or is a push feed good enough? Spomer demonstrates how each functions and discusses some of the advantages/disadvantages of each.

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Q & A: What kind of penetration does DSXP have?


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Penetration – you should expect plenty of it with Winchester’s new Deer Season XP. This video with Winchester’s centerfire product manger shows a 20% gel block that had been shot with .30-06 Deer Season. Note – 20% gel is representative of tissue, but much firmer than what you’d find inside a deer. This test shows […]

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