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Articles by Bob Robb

Optics For Long Range Shooting

Trijicon recently hosted a long-range-shooting class, and we had the opportunity to try out a several of their optics while there. Here are some that we put an eye to.
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Early Days

Where To Hang Tree Stands For Early-Season Deer Hunting

In early bow season when the temperature is hot and the rut is weeks or months away, you can still ambush deer and even mature bucks if you know where to hang your treestand.
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Testing Easton “Experimental” Arrows Afield

How do Easton's Deep Six Experimental shafts perform in real-life hunting conditions?
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Easton “Experimental” Arrows Afield

In an intimate Florida hunting camp Easton’s long-time Marketing Director shares some insights into the company’s past, and its future.
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Picking Pocket Whitetails

How To Find Deer In Tiny Pockets Of Cover

Small isolated cover areas can produce big results — if you know how to figure them out.
You can find big deer in small spaces — if you know where to look.
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Rifle Review: Weatherby Mark V Accumark RC

Guaranteed sub-MOA accuracy and fine craftsmanship make this a rifle worthy of consideration for any serious hunter.
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Why Do Deer Shed Their Antlers?

Deer drop their antlers between January and April, depending on a lot of factors. But why does this happen at all?
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Breathing Tips For Proper Bow Shooting

Bowhunters can improve their shooting by controlling their breathing before and at the moment of the shot.
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Xtreme Fear

Buck Fever: Will We Ever Get Used To It?

Buck fever hits all hunters when a deer walks into view. But the shakes and adrenaline rush aren't necessarily a bad thing.
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Bowhunting Question: What Exactly Is "Arrow Spine?"

The term arrow spine is thrown around a lot, but do you know what it actually means and how it affects your hunting bow and arrows?
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