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  1. recurveman

    Sinclair F-class Bipod

    sold
  2. recurveman

    Why is there so Many Swaro 15’s for sale?

    A few of my buddies all brought our glass together and compared them. We compared vortex 15's to swaro 15 HD's. There really was no comparison. Then we compared razor HD's, swaro el's and a set of cheaper Nikons in 10X. Again there was no comparison. Swaro's were better for sure. Are they worth the price difference? Not for everyone. If you want the best then Swaro's are the best I've looked through in regards to clarity. If you are looking at price or weight then swaros aren't the glass for you. People are selling them because they "rented" them for the season and will buy another pair around August. If a better model comes out then they will get the better model. Happens every year.
  3. I have a Vortex Razor HD strait spotting scope for sale. Comes with a case. Used it for one hunt and it will be an awesome piece for a backpack guy that wants a spotter that is light weight. This scope only weighs 25 ounces. It will end up in your pack all the time instead of leaving a 4 pound spotter at home.. Asking $675.00
  4. recurveman

    mossberg ATR 30-06 W/ 3X9 Scope

    Reduced to $325.00
  5. I have this stock and it has been very nice. Nice and light and rigid. I'm shooting the 700 LA with a 6.5X284 and it shoots impressive groups. I bought there bottom metal too and it fit like a glove. https://www.bellandcarlson.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=category.display&category_ID=1130
  6. recurveman

    Swarovski 10x42 question + vortex 15x50

    Problem being you will never have enough money to get the best gear. There literally is just to much gear. Trailers, trucks, UTV's, custom rifles, bino's, spotting scopes, tripods, packs, reloading equipment, boots, packs, game cameras, stands, ground blinds............Now that is just hunting. Let's not forget about fishing too!!!!!!! There have been a ton of great elk, deer, ect. killed with a $300 rifle a set of 10X50 bushnell bino's while sleeping out of the bed of the pick up truck. Gear is cool but spending time in the woods will kill more critters than great gear. Gear just makes it more comfortable at times.
  7. recurveman

    Hoyt RX-1 Carbon

    I've got one of these bows and they are absolutely awesome. Fast and super accurate
  8. recurveman

    Swarovski 10x42 question + vortex 15x50

    As the price increases the difference in quality gets smaller. An example would be the difference between a $100 pair of bino's and a $500 pair. There is a large difference in quality. When you go from $1500 to $2000 the difference is smaller but both pieces will be very good. I've owned the Kiababs and they are really nice. Swaro's are better no doubt. I currently run the 10 X 42 EL's. I would like a bit more magnification but the clarity is unreal. Now here is the the key to optics. Don't spend every last dollar on optics if you can't afford fuel to go hunting. The key to being successful is to spend time in the words. Gear is great and get the best you can afford but make sure to not to spend every last dollar on gear. Spend plenty of money on fuel and good boots.
  9. recurveman

    Mossberg 500 20ga FS

    Does the barrel have a poly choke? If not what is the choke of the barrel?
  10. recurveman

    Sinclair F-class Bipod

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