Hardware Maven CRS.1 Lead

Hardware: Maven CRS.1 3-12x40 SFP

Weighing in at just 14.2 ounces, the CRS.1 offers a clear, sharp, high contrast image and promises to do just what hunters need—put bullets on target.

Hardware: Meopta MeoPro Air

The new Meopta MeoPro Air features excellent balance, easy handling and impressively saturated, high-contrast images. Its ergonomic housing, beveled eyecups, innovative lens covers and tripod mount add usability to a binocular with a quality optics system at its core.

Hardware: Meopta Optika5 2-10x42 Rimfire

The Optika5 Rimfire is a well-made riflescope that is reasonably priced, given its optical quality, making it ideal for a rimfire squirrel or small-game rifle.

Hardware: Trijicon Huron Hunting Riflescope

The new Huron line was designed to provide a value-priced optic for deer hunters who desire the premium glass, durability and performance Trijicon is known for. With both turret and reticle shooting systems in place for downrange accuracy, you’ll know with confidence where your bullet is headed before pulling the trigger.

Hardware: Riton X3 Primal 3X-15X-44mm

Built for accuracy and quick target acquisition in the most extreme environments, the X3 Primal 3X-15X-44mm is a 30mm main-tube, 5X zoom range scope covering magnifications for hunting anything short of lions and buffalo leaping out of the brush at 10 yards or less.

Hardware: SIG Sauer Oscar3

For spot and stalk hunting where you may need to frequently look out to around 1,000 yards—particularly to make trophy judgments—the Oscar3 image-stabilizing mini spotting scope is an ideal device that won't add a lot of weight to your kit.

Hardware: Tract Toric 12.5x50mm

The new Tract Toric utilizes top-grade Schott HT glass lenses multi-coated with anti-reflection coatings for improved image quality and superior light transmission values. The result is enhanced contrast—crisp, bright, razor-sharp images with minimal flare and glare, even when looking at or near the rising or setting sun.

Hardware: Leupold VX-5HD

With high-definition lenses and extended low-light hunting performance, the VX-5HD riflescope line is an excellent example of the pertinent developments in hunting optics in recent years.

FLIR Thermal Imaging Review

FLIR, a company based in Wilsonville, Ore., takes its name from the technology used to manufacture instruments like the Pro Scout: forward-looking infrared imaging. While hog hunting in West Texas, the author tested the FLIR technology. Here is what he found.

Leupold BX-3 Mojave 12x50 Review

When hunting in the West you'll need binoculars that have a high magnification. Leupold's BX-3 Mojave series will give you that, without breaking the bank.

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