Properly mounting your scope is an important step in building an accurate hunting rifle. This is how to level the scope, set your eye relief, and torque the mounts. Additionally, a bipod improves accuracy in a variety of different shot scenarios. This video also shows the proper way to mount the Spartan Javelin Bipod.
Objective Lens Diameter: 42 mm
Eye Relief: 3.8 inches
Field of View: 35.3-7.0 ft/100 yds
Tube Size: 30 mm
Elevation Turret Style: Locking/Zero Stop
Windage Turret Style: Capped
Adjustment Graduation: .25 MOA
Travel Per Rotation: 15 MOA
Max Elevation Adjustment: 80 MOA
Max Windage Adjustment: 80 MOA
Parallax Setting: 20 yards to infinity
Length: 13.3 inches
Weight: 19.1 oz
This is by far our favorite bipod out there. Light, easy to use, and quick to connect, this is the perfect bipod for backcountry hunting.
The Tipton® Ultra Gun Vise features a completely modular interchangeable design to allow virtually any shape firearm or crossbow to be cleaned and worked on with ease.
The Wheeler Engineering® Professional Reticle Leveling System (PRLS) is a precision tool designed to allow a scope to be leveled on any firearm.
In Episode 4 of MeatEater Season 10, Steve, Rick, and I take on a late-season flintlock deer hunt in Pennsylvania. From First Lite Sawbuck Brush Pants to a complete FHF setup to the actual flintlock gun, these are some of the tools used on this hunt. To see a full list of the gear used, click here. To watch the hunt on Netflix, click here.
Steve, Janis, and I hit the Arkansas woods to hunt squirrels during Episode 5 of MeatEater Season 10. As you might have seen, it took us a while to find some success. Squirrel hunting is difficult even when you are fully prepared. Don't make it harder on yourself by skipping this essential gear. From First Lite and YETI products to a personalized FHF Gear chest rig, I bring a lot of tools with me on squirrel hunts. Every piece of equipment has an...
More than any other single item of gear, your pants will make or break a hunting trip. If they’re too tight or too baggy, you can’t walk right. Too thin and you’re cold; no ventilation and you’re hot. A lot of hunters struggle for years to find the best hunting pants for their body shape and hunting habitat. In this article, we'll go through the factors we consider when choosing a hunting pant, and the pants that hit high marks on those factors...