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Fin-Finder Poseidon Bowfishing Bow Review

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The Fin-Finder Poseidon bow is at the forefront of a unique product line with looks to kill and performance to get the job done on big fish, no matter… Read more…

RaptoRazor Big Game Skinner and MAKO Knife In-Depth Review

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RaptoRazor knives have made an appearance in the skinning blade market over the past couple of years. The product founder / inventor, Rick Grover, came up… Read more…

Skull Hooker European Skull Mount Review

The mounting bracket swivels from side to side to accommodate whatever look you're going for.

The older I get the more I appreciate a good European skull mount.  My man cave, which has unfortunately been taken over primarily by kids toys these… Read more…

Tactacam Review: A Camera Built For Hunting

The Tactacam's lens is the heart of what makes this camera different.  The 3x magnification and ultra clear lens ensure you'll be able to see what you're filming.

Take an in depth look at the first camera built for hunters, by hunters; the… Read more…

Freesole Boot Repair Review

Pictured here is everything I needed to get the job done.  While the instructions called for alcohol to clean the boot before repair I used Acetone because it’s all I had handy in the garage.  For what it’s worth it seems to have worked just fine.

Instead of replacing a hiking boots just as they were getting worn in I opted to repair them with a product called Freesole. Here’s what I… Read more…

Great Gear from the 2015 Media Direct Roundtable

Ben Smith of GSM shows off a few of the great products from their Stealth Cam line.

Here’s a look at some of the great gear from the 2015 Media Direct… Read more…

HHA King Pin Sight Review

When it comes to single pin sights, there is no question HHA Sights is king of the world. For 2015, they have a new sight called the Optimizer Lite King Pin that comes packed with features. For starters, the sight has five feet of fiber optics so it is extremely bright. It has a mechanical rheostat so the brightness of the pin can be adjusted. What bowhunters will really like is that the sight can be sighted in at 20 and 60 yards. The sight will be dialed in yard for yard, out to 100 yards. On top of that, the King Pin comes with a sight tape magnifier so bowhunters can be accurate down to 1/4 yard. Talk about splitting hairs...this sight will do it! The sight also has 2.1” of vertical adjustment and interchangeable wheels for different arrow or bow weight configurations.

There was a time when single-pin bow sights were considered to be sights built strictly for competition shooters. Well, times have changed, and single-pin… Read more…

Cool Tools for Smartphone Savvy Hunters

You’re addicted to your smartphone, right? Honestly, what was life like before we had phones with the world of communication at our fingertips? Despite… Read more…

Blacks Creek Antidote Backpack Review

Get an in depth look at the new Antidote backpack from Blacks Creek. It’s 3,000 inches of storage space and internal frame are great for hauling heavy… Read more…

New Stealth Cam G30 Trail Camera Review

Stealth Cam has unquestionably been a household name in the world of trail cameras for almost 15 years. With the release of their new G Series trail… Read more…

Gear Review: Bowsaver

On the surface it may seem like just a bow holder but it is so much more than… Read more…

Gear Review: CBE TEK Hybrid

If you’re looking for a tough, dependable, multi-pin sight that looks, feels and acts like a single-pin sight…your search is… Read more…