Nowadays, optical scopes have become an indispensable companion for hunters and shooters, ensuring numerous advantages over open sights of any type. For instance, the optical system provides just one image. There, the target and the laying mark are optically aligned in the same plane. That means you do not need to strain your eyes excessively, focusing three objects in the same plane, which is true for open scopes.
A lot of hunters all over the world can hardly imagine hunting itself without a ladder stand. In simple words, ladder stand is a platform, attached to the tree at the desired height. It is convenient since it allows not to be noticed by wild animals. It also provides you with extra time to prepare for the shot.
Two-man ladder stands are becoming more and more popular nowadays. Hunting on such item is clear and fascinating. As a rule, using it, a hunter spends time waiting for an animal trophy, shooting, or conducting covert surveillance.
When it comes to bow sights there is a large market to suit the needs of all kind of hunters. Some shooters like to keep it plain and simple, others like extra features and gadgets on their bow sights. The choice also depends on the distance from the target and on the eyesight of the hunter. Therefore, bow sights differ in the amount of pins and their color as well as differ in design and characteristics. While 1 and 3 pin sights give you better sight picture, a 5 pin bow sights will give you more references for distances and are better for shooting long range.
Everyone agrees the 9.3X62 is an effective, authoritative cartridge at short to moderate range. It kills cleanly, conserves venison, and can be managed and shot well. However, when it comes to extending the range, much less is known about this wonderful caliber. [Read more…] about 9,3×62 effective range
Comparing bullets is almost as difficult as comparing rifles so don’t expect from me to tell you which brand or weight is better. What I will try to explain is how to find the perfect bullet for your specific combination.
There are a few thing that we should know before choosing a bullet:
- caliber and barrel twist rate
- game size
- drop compensation
- hunting distance