Archive for July, 2016

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Published by sportsmanoutfitters on 05 Jul 2016

Barnett Crossbows Review

Today we wanted to review and shed light on Barnett Crossbows, one of the brands of high end bows on the market. This below delivers a 410+ FPS shooting speed with superb accuracy at 70 or more yards. Very lightweight and easy to handle with short axle to axle length with enough power to drop any large game. Normally a scope is included but I normally recommend any Vortex Scopes. They are good high end scopes with middle of the run prices. The ultra-light carbon risers give the bow a good well-balanced feel and touch.

The Barnett line of bows are known for a fast release and packs a good punch.

Releases fast and hits hard exactly where you are directing it to go. For a rugged and lightweight bow I recommend one of the high-end bows from Barnett. If you can afford it, buy it!

 

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Published by sportsmanoutfitters on 05 Jul 2016

Vortex Scope Review

Being that Vortex Scopes have come into the mainstream I wanted to give a good review on the products. While fairly new to the market they are built very solid with just the right amount of resistance in the turrets with solid “clicks.” They have the absolute best eye relief and the all purpose reticle is very fast yet precise when you need it.

The scope has a very smooth finish to it…almost perfect. It also feels considerably light in comparison to the competition. They are super bright and clear all the way up to 20x. However, when you do adjust the parrallax ignore the sharpness on your target. Adjust the reticle movement and then use the eye piece to focus. It took me about 20 seconds to get this perfect at 100yds.

Overall I think Vortex is doing a superb job and they are here to stay!

 

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Published by sportsmanoutfitters on 05 Jul 2016

Primos Game Cam Review

I recently purchased the Primos The Truth 46 Game Cam. I was very impressed with the quality of the images of my new game camera after having used Covert Cameras for the last few years. Honestly, the pictures that this game camera produces is better than some digital trail cameras. The Primos Game Cameras produce a 55 Foot night time range and nice crisp 7mp photos. There are several options you can choose from such as the delay of pics, 3, 5 or 7 megapixels and photo/video options plus more.
The cam also features new anti blur technology in which I can attest to. Out of the thousands of pictures this game camera has produced I haven’t had one blurry photo. So, if you are looking for a new game camera this upcoming season I highly recommend Primos The Truth 46 Game Camera.

 

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Published by sportsmanoutfitters on 05 Jul 2016

Burris Fullfield II Riflescope Review

I recently purchased the Burris Fullfield II 6.5-20×50 Riflescope online from Sportsman Outfitters. I was pretty skeptical before buying which is why I did my homework on different riflescopes such as Meopta Optics, Nikon Sport Optics and Leupold Scopes. Well, after thorough research and questioning I decided that the Burris Fullfield II was the rifle scope for me. So, I found the best price on riflescopes online at Sportsman Outfitters. They were very friendly and made the transaction very easy. I received the riflescope about 2 days later. After mounting the scope to my new rifle I went to the shooting range to test the new Burris Scopes.

Well, I figured being I didn’t pay top dollar for a riflescope that I was getting lower cost quality. I did pay about $399 for the riflescope which is pretty middle of the range. When I first took a peek through the Burris Fullfield II Riflescope I was shocked at the brightness and clearness. I really didn’t expect what I had just saw. After sighting my scope in at about 300 yards I took a break and just throught about the deal I had just made. This Burris scope was very easy to sight in as well I must say. I must say if you are purchasing a Burris Fullfield you will get the most bang for your buck. Only a few stores online have them decently priced. But I didn’t really have to look far when I found them at Sportsman Outfitters. I had purchased a few things from them before so I felt comfortable. All in all I would definitely recommend the Burris Fullfield II 6.5-20x50mm Riflescope to anyone looking for a high end riflescope but looking to make a good deal.

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Published by sportsmanoutfitters on 05 Jul 2016

High End Coolers Reviews and Ranks

We at Sportsman Gear Reviews did a comprehensive test on the top high end premium coolers in the market that we have personally used and owned for years. We are here to show consumers the good, bad and ugly truth.
SPECS –  Lifetime warranty, made in the U.S.A.
PROS – It rated the best in our ice-retention test, and it has the best warranty in the business. So if yours ever breaks, they’ll send you a new one.
CONS – We feel that the Pelican Coolers rated low on weight and heaviness but which is why it rates higher in ice retention.
BOTTOM LINE – If you are looking for a cooler that will hold ice the longest and it is staying in your boat or at the camp for any extended period of time. This is your cooler. If you plan on moving the cooler around a lot you might want to look elsewhere because this is the most rugged and heaviest cooler out there.
SPECS –  5 Year Warranty and made in the U.S.A.
PROS – It rated second best in our ice retention tests. This cooler that is made in the US has a lot of bells and whistles. It features both rope and solid handles, good drain plugs, rubber bottom so the cooler won’t slip in the boat and a ruler to measure your catch. The price runs middle of the market which means you can get a good US made solid cooler for a decent price.
CONS – The handles are different than any of the other premium coolers so it could be difficult to learn to use. The good part is that the latches are very easy to open and doesn’t take a lot of strength like a lot of the competition.
BOTTOM LINE – If you are looking for a cooler that will hold ice for a good amount of time and is light enough to move around and is American made this is your cooler.
SPECS – Lifetime warranty and made in the U.S.A
PROS – Good ergonomic design that is very unique. It features good latches and handles. The warranty is lifetime which can’t be beat. Features ruler on the top of the cooler for measuring fish.
CONS – Ice retention for the Grizzly Coolers has always been on the lower end. It is priced on the higher end as well. However, you can find online retailers that give good discounts which make it more affordable.
BOTTOM LINE – These coolers have cool sleek and ergonomic designs with some bells and whistles. Ice retention could be the deciding factor here but with its lightweight design and lifetime warranty it could very well be worth it.
SPECS – 4 Year Warranty & Made Overseas
PROS –  The Arizona based company had a good strategy when they came to market. They put out a cooler with an excellent price point and is very lightweight and easy to maneuver. For sportsman constantly on the go this could be a huge plus.
CONS – Thin walls and ice retention rates on the low end for these coolers. All lso, the handles and latches aren’t very rugged. The good news is that Canyon will replace these under their lifetime warranty. You will need this because  these can easily break.
BOTTOM LINE – If you are in the market for your first premium cooler this could be your low cost entry level cooler. While it serves it’s purpose there are some minor shortcuts to this cooler.
SPECS – 5-year warranty and made overseas
Unlike its sister cooler, the Frostbite R, the Icey-Tek Long Box has a way to go before it’s competitive in this crowd.
PROS – Priced low in the market while having relatively solid ice retention. You could find a good deal with online retailers which will drop the price even more.
CONS – Bottom of the pack in ice retention and ruggedness of the roto mold. The plastic is on the lower end and shows cracks when dropped.
BOTTOM LINE – If you are looking for an entry level premium cooler that won’t hurt your pocket book this could be the cooler for you. If you will just use it a 6-7 times throughout the year this could be the investment for you.
SPECS – 5 Year Warranty & Made in the USA
PROS – Good ergonomic design and thick walled cooler. Nice rugged latches and hinges. Owner has a lot of experience manufacturing and designing coolers.
CONS – Taiga is very new in the market so it remains to be seen if they could gain traction in the market. Long term wear on these coolers are unknown since they are new.
BOTTOM LINE – If you are looking for a solid color with ergonomic design this could be your cooler especially if you are in to trying new items in the market. We don’t think this would be a high risk or bad buy for you.
To conclude we hope that you found our reviews helpful. We did not review Yeti for a reason. As a consumer please do not fall into this marketing trap. There are far better coolers out there especially for the price. Thank you!

 

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