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Goggles and binoculars. . . Are they identical devices? Sometimes yes, and sometimes, no. There are different types of night vision goggles, and ...

In 2016, over 103 million U.S. residents enjoyed wildlife-related activities of some sort. While angling and wildlife observation were the most popular ...

Is a reflex sight a red dot? Are holographic sights considered red dot sights, too? The term "red dot" is a sort of catch-all term for three types ...

Has your brand-new red dot sight disappointed you? Did you just buy a red dot sight to see a shoddy job of a dot? Guess what?  It might be you. ...

Kind of a scandalous heading, wouldn't you say?  We're going to use this opportunity to present some facts about the best uses for each style of ...

You may be getting good groups, but you can't seem to get near bull's-eye. What do you do?  You keep adjusting. Next thing you know, you've run ...

Even if you have perfect eyesight, you can still experience vision problems when you least expect it.  Shooting at the range under ideal conditions ...

How many pins should the ideal bow sight have? A lot of shooters ask this question out of curiosity, for advice to upgrade, or perhaps they're thinking ...

One of the most often-asked questions in bow hunting is what peep sight size should I be using? Sorry to disappoint, there isn't a black and white ...

Every shooter will be partial to one type of bow sight for many a reason.  A single pin might be what you feel comfortable with or you might prefer ...

When are deer mostly on the move?  Dawn and dusk.  They have great night vision, and that makes them elusive creatures for the human who's ...

Have you just purchased your first bow sight and you need to sight it in? What are the right sight marks for you? What is the best way to sight-in ...

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