Is a 25-Yard Zero Dead-On at 100 Yards?
The Myth: A 25-yard zero puts you “dead-on” at 100 yards.
The 26-Yard Hunting Zero
Much has been written on the ideal distance to zero a hunting rifle. There is no best sight-in range for everyone, because the range at which hunters expect to shoot their quarry differs considerably. There is one technique, however, that should allow you to hold your crosshairs on the vitals of deer-sized game and keep the bullet inside the vital zone out to 280 yards—and Jeff Johnston's ready to share it with you.
Browning Strike Force Trail Camera
Though small in size, this tiny trail camera from Browning is built to play with the big boys.
3 Ways to Zero Your Hunting Rifle
It’s extremely important to zero your scope or the sights on your rifle before going hunting. If your sights are not properly adjusted, the gun will not put the bullet where you are aiming and, trust me, that’s a bad thing.
How to Zero Your Scope with Two Shots
New to zeroing a scope, and need to get the job done in a jiffy? Here's a quick tip from Field Editor Bryce Towsley.
The Express Method to Zero Your Scope
Field Editor Bryce Towsley has zeroed a lot of rifle setups over the course of his career. In the process, he's developed a simple, repeatable approach that should save you time and ammunition the next time you're at the range.
ALPS OutdoorZ Partners with Delta Waterfowl, Announces New Layout Blind and Pack
Alps OutdoorZ and Delta Waterfowl have partnered to produce a new line of co-sponsored waterfowl hunting gear, beginning with the new Zero Gravity Layout Blind and Water-Shield Pack. Both products will be available for the 2016 waterfowl seasons, and are the headliners for an entire line of gear that will soon be available.
Gear: Best Field Tech of 2018
Here are a few of this year’s must-have electronics for hunters.
2018 Father's Day Gift Guide
Looking for a last-minute gift for good ol' Dad? Don't worry—we've got you covered.