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Choosing the Best Do-It-All Scopes

By Ron Spomer Always consider these six factors when selecting scopes for your rifles! Some shooters think Do-It-All scopes are as impractical as Do-It-All rifles. However, a rather strong argument can be made for the 30-06 Springfield and a 3-9x42mm optic. … Continue reading

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A Dozen Quick-Hit Mule Deer Tactics Every Pro Uses

by Ron Spomer  When it Comes to Mule Deer Hunting, Eyesight is Your Most Useful Piece of Equipment .    It sounds easy – find a mule deer, sneak within range, and make a clean shot. Sometimes it is that simple, but usually it won’t … Continue reading

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Your Guide to Scopes for Mule Deer Hunting

by Ron Spomer Seven rules for scoping up for western mule deer. Without a scope to aim it, the most accurate, powerful, flat-shooting mule deer rifle is little better than a .30-30 Winchester lever-action. Despite all the hype surrounding “magnum” … Continue reading

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Mule Deer – 4 Things Matter When You’re Gunning Up

by Ron Spomer Tempted to go after those big, blocky, bouncing western muleys? Think about the shootin’ iron you’ll use. The whitetail was, is and always will be the most commonly hunted big game animal in North America. Yep – we … Continue reading

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How To Maintain Your Optics

by Ron Spomer Our optics expert’s 4-step process to cleaning lenses. Congratulations on buying that expensive new binocular, spotting scope or riflescope. Your world is looking brighter already. Keep it that way. If You’re Not Getting Them Dirty, You’re Not … Continue reading

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