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Bushnell Releases Trophy Quick Acquisition Riflescope

Bushnell has introduced the Trophy Quick Acquisition 1x-6x-24mm, a riflescope purpose built for short- to mid-range hunting, particularly atop lever-actions, brush guns, shotguns and modern sporting rifles.

Leupold Launches Patrol 6HD 1-6x24mm Riflescope

The ultra-lightweight, low-profile design of the Patrol 6HD deploys quickly, while its 1-6x magnification allows for the rapid targeting of game whether in tight woodland, or open fields.

Hardware: Axe AX405 Crossbow

Rarely do we discover a tool that feels completely natural in-hand without modifications, but upon testing the Axe AX405 crossbow, that’s exactly how it performed. Here’s the 411 on the 405.

Hardware: ATN ThOR 4 Thermal Riflescope

Rather than merely allowing someone to see objects in total darkness, the ThOR 4 thermal scope superimposes a digital, adjustable reticle over the viewing screen, allowing users to zero it to any firearm and experience accuracy on par with any quality riflescope.

American Hunter's 2022 Golden Bullseye Award Winners

The editors of American Hunter have announced the recipients of our 2022 Golden Bullseye Awards.

#SundayGunday: EOTech Vudu 1-10x28 FFP

Get a closer look at the EOTech Vudu 1-10x28 FFP, the latest addition to our #SundayGunday series.

Hardware: Franchi Momentum Elite Varmint

In addition to its excellent fit, function and accuracy, the Momentum Elite Varmint sports a rugged, synthetic stock engineered specifically for varmint hunting and is outfitted with a removable cheek rest, checkered-polymer grip and versatile camo.

5 Best Budget Big-Game Riflescopes

These five riflescopes offer big-game hunters great value at a budget-friendly price.

GPO Introduces Fixed-Power Spectra 7.5X50i

German Precision Optics (GPO) is expanding its product lineup into fixed-power scopes, with the Spectra 7.5X50i.

Mule Deer on the Eastern Edge

Fifty years ago it was tough to find a mule deer in West Texas, but today it seems like they’re everywhere … unless you’re hunting them, of course. Last year, the author scoured the area’s red rock canyons and mesquite-covered ridges to learn what has led to their abundance.

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