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What Are VLD Bullets?

You might have heard a lot about VLD (very low drag) bullets. But what are they for?
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Beating The Weather

Keep Your Riflescope Working In Extreme Cold

If you're going to hunt deer when the temperatures drop well below zero, cheapo optics can fail, fog, or otherwise ruin your hunt. Here's how to keep them working.
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2015 New Bows: Mathews

With speeds reaching 330 fps, the No Cam HTR, employing two circular concentric string tracks, offers several advantages, beginning with perfectly level vertical nock travel and an amazingly smooth draw cycle.
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Best Waterfowl Shotguns From SHOT Show 2015

2015 brought duck hunters some updates on field-proven shotguns like the Browning A5 and the Beretta A400 Xtreme, as well as some exciting new prospects like the Remington V3 and Weatherby's new Element.
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Top Deer Rifles For 2015, From SHOT Show

This year continues the trend of "bargain" rifles from the major manufacturers, offering deer hunters great guns at more affordable prices — like the Ruger American Rifle, the Winchester XPR, the Mossberg Patriot and more.
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Hard Core Innovates With New Decoy Mounts And Goose Flagging System

Hard Core Brands has solved a few of your goose-hunting problems and created a better way to flag for geese and make your layout blind disappear in your spread.
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Hawke Optics Offers New Slug Gun Scope

Slug gun hunters will appreciate the ballistic reticle in this scope. Calibrate it specifically for your load and hit dead-on at 100, 150 and 200 yards.
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Deer Hunting Gear: Rocky Athletic Mobility Parka

Rocky has updated its Athletic Mobility Parka with new features, including a cool cell phone pocket in the arm.
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First Look At Benelli's First Over/Under: The Benelli 828U

Benelli's continuing its foray into fine shotguns with the introduction of its first over/under — the Benelli 828U.
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Savage A17: A New Semi-Auto .17 HMR

A safe, reliable semi-auto .17 HMR has seemed like an impossible feat — until now, thanks to the Savage A17.
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