My field notes on the Leupold LTO Tracker 2 HD Thermal Viewer: it’s a small, lightweight, and high quality thermal viewer that can assist in scouting, identifying, and tracking game animals.
My field notes on the CamelBak Antidote Reservoir: it’s a dependable and functional hydration bladder that I find to be perfect for a hunting pack.
Another review for equipment in my deer hunting load out. This time I’m covering the BOG DeathGrip Tripod which I’ve found to be a solid tripod that provides superb assistance in stabilizing the hunting rifle.
Even yet another review for equipment in my deer hunting load out. This time I’m covering the Kershaw Ultra-Tek blade sharpener which I find to be an excellent inexpensive choice for a lightweight and compact field sharpener.
Yet another review for equipment in my deer hunting load out. This time I’m covering the Leatherman MUT which I find to be an expensive (arguably overpriced), but excellent multitool with some seldom used specialized tools.
Another review for equipment in my deer hunting load out. This time I’m covering the Esee 6 which I find to be an excellent choice for a large general purpose survival or camp knife.
Looking for a quality small and light portable bit driver set? Might want to check out the Wheeler Multi-Driver Tool Pen.
A short dive into noise reduction exploring silencers, earplugs, and earmuffs to help folks optimize hearing comfort while participating in shooting sports – especially those with sensitive hearing.
The Gerber Vital Pack Saw is a really small and extremely light bone saw that I keep in my hunting pack to assist with some medium game quartering tasks in the event loppers aren’t available.
Want a deeper look at my go to hunting day pack, the 5.11 Tactical RUSH 12 Backpack? Well, then come read my opinions on it and see how I organize it.