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2012’s Top 14 Compound Bows, Part II

Here is the second and final installment in our round-up of the best compound bows for 2012.

Laser Genetics SubZero ND-3 x 50

The new laser designator from Laser Genetics makes for a great long-range night vision device for any riflescope—and that's just to start.

Perazzi MX28B

The MX28B's barrels are regulated exactly to ensure spot-on, perfect patterns.

Redfield Revenge 3x-9x-42mm

The Revenge's Accu-Ranger ballistic reticle features hold-over points and a reticle bracket system that serves as a rangefinder.

Should You Shoot Spikes?

Do spike bucks have inferior genetics? Will culling them improve the quality of your deer population? Should you shoot spikes? The buck stops here.

Chiappa's Little Badger Survival Rifle

There's no two ways around it—if you're known to venture into the backwoods, you should have a survival gun. And, whether you're looking to purchase your first one or already have several, Chiappa's Little Badger is a model well worth taking into consideration.

Leica Introduces CRF 1000-R Laser Rangefinder

Leica's latest rangefinder is designed to provide both gun and bowhunters with fast, accessible and precise measurements.

Burris Eliminator III

The rangefinding scope's improved ballistic program and 96 LED dots support a maximum range of 1,200 yards.

Leica ER Riflescope

In order to succeed within its high-echelon price category, Leica ERs must deliver superior performance and durability. The company's latest release did just that.

Bond Arms Snake Slayer

It's not uncommon for hunters to carry a handgun for backup. Could a modern day derringer fill that role? Richard Mann put that question to the test with the Snake Slayer from Bond Arms.

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