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Found 13 results

  1. huntin1005

    Brunton pistol grip tripod head

    For Sale. brunton pistol grip tripod head with plate. I am asking $85 for this. Works flawlessly and have glassed up many animals using this. This is comparable to the Monfrotto head.
  2. clanderson

    Zeiss Jena Nobilem 15x60's $400

    I am selling my Carl Zeiss Jena Nobilem 15x60's. They are in great shape for their age, no cracks or scratches on the lenses. They are perfectly clear and focus perfect. There is nothing wrong with them. I also have the adapters for them with a case. I am asking $400 for them.
  3. Got this for the wife's EL 12x50 and after using a couple times see didn't like so I got the outdoorsmen mount install. So its pretty much brand new. $100.00 OBO Call or text if you have any questions. thx
  4. Outdoorlife602

    Vortex Kaibab 15x56 HD Binos

    Selling my Vortex Kaibab 15x56 HD binoculars. These binos have been used for 2 seasons and were very well taken care of. The glass is flawless and were sent back to Vortex every year for inspection and cleaning. Comes with all lens covers, case and Vortex tripod adapter. As always, backed by Vortex 100% no fault warranty. Asking $775 obo.
  5. Huntmoore

    PhoneSkope for iPhone 5s

    Hey guys! I've got a PhoneSkope for an iPhone 5s in a Otterbox Defender case. All you'd need is the adapter for your specific spotter that connects to this. I upgraded phones, so this has been barely used...perfect shape. Sells for $49.99...first $20 takes it. I'm around 67th Ave. and Happy Valley or work at 43rd Ave. and Bell.
  6. Physch

    Glassing New Area Questions

    I am an avid still hunter. I traditionally carry binoculars and a tripod, but I only use the binoculars when I have found a deer and want to get more detail. I have decided that I would like to get better at glassing and have a couple of basic questions to getting started. When glassing a new area how long do you search before moving on to the next spot? For example, do you use time or the number of passes over a mountain? Do you walk the new area to find game trails, sheds, rubs, scraps, etc. to locate hot spots and glass at a later time?
  7. Antmo23

    BEST. $10 INVESTMENT. EVER.

    http://www.sportsmanswarehouse.com/sportsmans/Mahco-Covert-Neoprene-Padded-Seat/productDetail/Chairs-Seats-and-Loungers/prod999901363502/cat100884 just do it, you'll love yourself later.
  8. Hello! I am pretty new to the site and I have used a lot of the information found to help me in this years hunt. This is my first year archery mule deer hunting and I have had a rough time. Pre season scouting in my area went fairly well locating a couple bucks. At the last second I found out I needed surgery which sat me out for the beginning of the hunt. I have put in two days and I have located a buck, not sure if it is the same one from scouting but he is very similar. I have now glassed this deer in almost the same spot twice now and I am unsure of what to do now. I watched him bed down this morning in a very difficult place and it would not allow me a stalk until I found an alternative way to enter his area. So now I have this question for tomorrow mornings hunt. Should I go into that area where I have seen him multiple times and lay low hoping for his pattern to reuccor and get a shot. Or should I keep glassing and if he shows up again set up for a stalk using the new way I found in. This will be my last day to hunt and I only have the morning to do so(leaving for college). Any help would be appreciated and I hope I can get it done in the short time I have.
  9. I was looking around the CW store and came across this head and I am interested in feedback from anyone who has one or has used one. Actually if they are good and someone has one for sale I would be interested in buying it. I have a slik tripod with a horrible head and want to upgrade this year. Any feedback is appreciated. Thanks, Lloyd
  10. lundellhunting7

    2014 Swarovski SLC 15x56 HD with Tripod

    Posting up for a buddy. Here is what he said about them, The ultimate glassing package. 2014 Swarovski SLC 15x56 HD, Manfrotto 190x Tripod with MHXPRO-2W Head, Outdoorsman's Tall Tripod Adapter and Stud. $2400. O.B.O Will not separate folks. Only trade I would consider would be for the non HD SLC 15's plus cash or a Nikon 70-200 2.8 VR2 in brand new shape. Actually there are a ton of things I'd consider. To contact him Text or call David (605)880-7345 Or you can message me on here and i can talk to him.
  11. Hanksaiditbest

    Ravelli Tripods?

    I found what seems to be a really good deal on a tripod/pistol grip combo. Its a ravelli 70" tripod with a vertical ball pivot pistol grip for $90 new. The suggested retail is supposedly $399. Anyone have any input on ravelli? The price looks almost too good to be true.
  12. Very lightly used Gitzo 1276M Magnesium ballhead. This is a very smooth head. This is Gitzo's off-center style allowing for greater/easier articulation compared to a standard vertical ballhead. This is a very nice head that is easily operated with one hand thanks to the large single locking/friction control knob. Weighs 1.25 lbs and has an 11.0 lbs rating. The quick release plate engages the lock automatically when the camera is inserted, and has a secondary safety latch to prevent accidental release of the camera. This mechanism is easy to operate and does exactly what it should. This is the prior model to the current GH2750QR ballhead. It retailed new for about $250. I bought this head in a combo deal and really only wanted the legs for my Big Eyes and triclawps... the head is okay for this aplication but has too much adjustent for me actually. Asking $150+shipping (and open to resonable trade offers) Please feel free to text me if you have interest (928)978-2900
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