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Dead Red: The 13 Best Red Dot Sights

A red dot sight is one of those items you never knew you needed until you try it out and then you wonder how you ever fired your rifle before. The reflex scope, as they are commonly called, is an incredibly powerful accessory to any rifle build and one that can enhance your shooting ability and accuracy 10-fold.

There are so many new brands available since they first hit the market, and we welcome the competition as it leads to more innovation, but sometimes it can be difficult choosing the best red dot sight for your AR, especially if you’re trying to do it online. For those looking to make their rifle standout among the rest we’ve compiled our list of the top 13 red dot sights available, in no particular order.

If you’re still having trouble deciding, keep scrolling through our buyers guide below. Happy Shooting!

The Best Red Dot Sights

Bushnell Trophy TRS-25

  Editors Choice  

Pros: 100% Waterproof, Fogproof, & Shockproof
Cons: Drains the Batteries Fast

Bushnell is synonymous with optics. Chances are if you’re shopping for optics, a Bushnell brand will be in your top 2, and for good reason they are made incredibly well. The Bushnell TRS-25 red dot sight is no exception to this rule. This scope features Amber-Bright optics which helps you to quickly discern between light colored optics, and because of the multicoated lenses, hunters can use this scope in low light conditions, making this the ideal red dot sight for hunting during the twilight hours. You can use this scope with both eyes open, providing you better awareness of your surroundings with faster target acquisition to boot. Not only are the guts top of the line, the housing of the sight is made to take a beating. The sight is waterproof, fogproof, and shock proof, so it can take on any of the environments you throw at it. Batteries Included, Camo Option Available.

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Vortex Venom

Pros: Flush Mount to Rail, 550 Hours of Life
Cons: No Color or Dot Style Adjustable, No Riser Included

The Venom red dot sight will turn your AR, pistol, shotgun, or hunting rifle even more deadly. The exterior of the Vortex Venom is constructed of multi-layered heavy duty machined aluminum ensuring that it will stand up to anything you can throw at it. One of this scopes coolest features is that the battery swap location is on the top of the sight itself making changing the battery a breeze. However, you probably won’t need to go through that exercise as the battery boasts 550 hours of use, and the sight features a 14-hour auto shutoff just in case you forget to turn it off. Looking through the lens of this scopes sight allows for rapid target acquisition as it carries a 100% field of vision, meaning you can use both eyes at all times. If you’re on the fence between this and another purely reflex styled sight, pick this one.

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Feyachi Xwin Tactical Sight

Pros: 4 Different Options for the Sight
Cons: Have to Clean lens regularly

Xwin is far from a household name, but that shouldn’t deter you from considering this sight for your rifle. The biggest selling point of this red dot sight is that, ironically, it features more than just a red dot. The Xwin reflex sight features 4 different sight settings, which makes it an excellent versatile option for all types up hunting. (You can see each on the product review page). Not only are there different styles of dot, but you can adjust the color of the red dot to turn your scope into a green dot sight. So, with all the different combinations this is really like getting 8-Sights-in-One! The sight mounts secure to either the picatinny rail system or the weaver rail system. Don’t let the price of this sight fool you, although it is one of the most inexpensive, it really is a great option for you when choosing a new sight for your gun.

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Dagger Defense DDHB

Pros: Sleek Design, Highly Adjustable, 4 Different Sight Settings
Cons: Not fully water proof

Dagger Defense is building a name for itself in the tactical optics marketplace. With a cool name and sweet designs the Dagger Defense DDHB is another top tier choice for your AR, Shotgun or any other type of rifle. Like most top of the line red dot sights, you have the ability to toggle through different sight settings and colors making the sight fully customizable for your environment and your target. This sight by Dagger Defense features a more elongated design, almost like a hybrid between traditional scopes and the screens you see other red dot sights having. The adjustment knob mounted to the side of the scope allows the hunter to dial in precisely where he wants it, in a matter of minutes. The sight is built to take a beating, although not completely water proof it is considered highly water resistant and a great pick for your next sight as long as you’re not planning on going swimming with it.

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Leupold Delta Point Pro

Pros: Extremely Durable, Scratch Resistant Lens
Cons: Normally more expensive than others

Leupold (Leupold and Stevens) is a fifth-generation company that designs precise optics for over 100 years. With that type of pedigree, it’s no doubt that their 119688 is a contender for the best red dot sight this year. Leopold’s attention to detail and manufacturing prowess are apparent as soon as you try out the delta point. The style of this sight is very similar to many competitors but what sets this sight apart is the DiamondCoat technology on their lens. Both sides of their lenses are scratch resistant yet still maintain some of the highest and brightest resolutions available on a red dot sight. The scope has 100% eye relief meaning that you don’t have to close one eye to center the red dot on the target. The edges of the lenses have been blackened to reduce reactional glare in bright environments and is waterproof up to 33 ft. Not many targets 33 feet deep, but it’s good to know that if left outside damage to the sight is the least of your worries.

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Ozark Ornament Rhino

Pros: Rugged Scope that Does what it says, every time
Cons: Not many settings to adjust

The Ozark Ornament Rhino Tactical Red Dot sight is a mouthful to say, but once you unbox the sight, it will speak for itself. This, as the company calls it, a no-frills red dot scope, and we agree but we mean it affectionately. This sight is made to do just at it says, provide the shooter with the red dot, quickly and accurately. The sight is built with those two things in mind and they really limited the number of moving parts, they could create a sight that can withstand even the harshest of environments. The scope has two plastic attached lens covers which we love so you don’t have to worry about keeping up with another accessory. Because of its 5 different light level settings it will adapt to your surroundings as they change throughout the day. The scope is backed by a 100% no questions asked guarantee from the manufacturer, so with a motto like that you know it’s an excellent contender for your rifle.

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Ohuhu Reflex Sight

Pros: Ultralight
Cons: Takes Several Adjustments to Get Sighted

Ohuhu sounds more like a belly laugh but when you open the box you’ll know that this sight means business. The Ohuhu Red and Green Reflex sight features the popular tubeless design with a 33mm reflex lens providing a wide range of view making it the hunters choice for rapid firing situations. The sight boasts 4 different sight patterns, 4 different sizes, and 2 different colors, providing you with an impressive 32 different configuration options on a small little sight. The sight isn’t going to add any excessive weight to your gun making it a great option for those trekking across areas, because as they say: every ounce counts. Because of the tubeless design the sight is waterproof making it ideal for hunters out in the elements on a regular basis, and even if you’re not, the peace of mind knowing it’s virtually indestructible. The sight comes in two different color options, tan and black.

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FieldSport Micro

Pros: Amazingly bright, excellent viewing in low light
Cons: No Green Dot Option

The compact, low profile, design of the FieldSport Red Dot Sight makes this an awesome choice when choosing between scopes. It measures approximately 4” in length and fits perfectly on any picatinny or weaver rail system. Because of the size it may be a good idea to grab a small riser, but it’s not necessary. While the size is compact, it doesn’t lack in its usefulness in low light environments. The adjustable knob on the side allows you to toggle through 10 different light settings making it perfect for hunting at night. Some might be afraid to turn it up too high in fear of draining the battery, but you can leave it on a mid-ranged setting (4-6) and the light should last several days of continuous use. In some of the pictures the sight almost looks like a deep-hunter green, but rest assured that it arrives out of the box black as your assault rifle.

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Vortex Strikefire II

Pros: 100% Eye Relief
Cons: No Alternate Dot Style Options

When the Vortex Optics Strikefire II arrives you better not have any other things to do, because as soon as you open it up you almost must put it on. This sight functions just as well as it looks. The sleek tube-style design of this red dot sight will make your AR the envy of all your friends. The Strikefire scope was conceived to eliminate the narrow field of view that some tube-styled sights have, while keeping the accuracy and adjustability they provide. Per Vortex Manual, the light will last 400 hours at its maximum brightness setting, and can easily be extended to around 7000 hours if kept at its minimum brightness. The guys at vortex take accuracy seriously as the sight ships with a 1/3 cowitness mount before the scope to ensure that you’re dialed in from any distance you require. We love not only the look of this scope but we know you won’t be disappointed with the functionality, this thing is built to last.

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HOLOSUN HS403B

Pros: 100% Eye Relief
Cons: No Alternate Dot Style Options

To put it plainly, the Holosun Paralow is a beast. This red dot sight is made from the rail up to live outdoors, and thank God because where else would you be using it. We couldn’t test the hours of battery life on the thing, and it’s not because we’re lazy, but because it’s rated to run 5 SOLID YEARS of continuous use. Even if it we’re 1/5th of that, it would put some of the other red dot sights to shame. It also comes equipped with a motion awake sensor, similar to smartphones, so it doesn’t just run continually when you’re not needing it. The outside is constructed of high strength aluminum, with a mao finish, and the quality of the image you see through the site puts this scope into the top tier of red dot sights. The Paralow lens is considered anti-glare, and the sight itself meets IP67 standards. For all you non-nerds that means you can submerge the thing up to 1 meter for 30 minutes and it still runs fine. So even if your weapon fails you, the Holosun paralow will not.

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SVBONY Red Dot Sight

Pros: Sleek look and reliable functionality
Cons: Allen Wrench Adjustment Required

The Svbony red dot sight by VITE is a rising star in the optics industry. VITE lenses are featured in telescopes, binoculars, monoculars, night vision scopes, and of course reflex sights. The VITE sight is connected to any picatinny or weaver rail system by a collimation mechanism to ensure a stable and accurate shot. This sight is constructed of a metallic-fiber, and features adjustability options to customize it to your shooting style. The centered knob allows for 5 different levels of brightness, while you can also switch between a red dot and a greed dot sight colors. The sight comes with a lens cover as well as a cleaning cloth making sure the care of your scope is a breeze. VITE knows that every AR is different which is why they offer their sight in 3 different color options: Black, Matte Black, and Sand. While all the features make this an excellent choice for your assault rifle, the lifetime guarantee makes this a no-brainer purchase.

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AT3 Tactical Sight

Pros: Rugged Tubed Design
Cons: Allen Wrench Adjustment Required

The guys at AT3 Tactical are turning out a ton of great quality outdoor products, but we think this red dot sight is not only one of the best things they make, but one of the best sights available on the market, possibly ever. The sight allows for both-eyes-open shooting (100% relief) and allows the shooter to change between a massive 11 brightness settings. This tube styled sight is filled with nitrogen, and is rated as 100% water proof so a little weather won’t do a thing to it. The noticeable thing about this sight is the size of the knob on the side of the sight. While it’s not over sized in terms of the shooters hand, it’s large compared to the overall size of the red dot sight itself making it an awesome option for adjusting your light settings on the fly. The Guys AT3 recommend installing the .83 riser mount that is also shipped in the box to ensure the perfect accuracy settings.

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Pinty Holographic Sight

Now that you’ve made it to number 13 on our list you’re probably pretty used to seeing either a tube style or a reflex style red dot sight. The Pinty holographic site is about as much as a hybrid as you’re going to get. The sweeping tapered look of the sight sets it apart from all the other sights, but looks are just a byproduct of an awesomely engineered sight. You’ll notice right out of the box the weight of this sight is heavier than most, and that’s because it’s made of an airplane grade aluminum alloy; that’s just a fancy way of saying, it’s as durable as steel but not as heavy. The reflex styled lens is set back inside a half-tubed style scope which keeps more light than any other regular reflex styled sights. Like all durable sights, this one is completely weather resistant and very easy to clean thoroughly.

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Red Dot Sight Buying Guide

After looking through several red dot sight product descriptions and trying to read countless reviews, you can become cross-eyed with all the information out there. Which mount type is right? Do I need a Riser? If So What Height? What Features are Most Important? With the amount of red dot sights available for your rifle, the buying process can be somewhat overwhelming.

Below are what we feel are the most important attributes to consider when choosing your scope. If you’re stuck deciding between one or two of the above red dot sights, use this guide to help make your purchase easier. Not only will you come away with the best sight for you, you’ll be super knowledgeable about what to look for in red dot sights.

Who Needs a Red Dot Scope

Red dot sights are an excellent choice of any hunter or outdoorsman who are looking for a way to fire rapidly without sacrificing accuracy. This is especially important if you’re trying to tackle multiple targets at once, or you’re just plan tired of squinting down the scope of your current rifle. Typically, red or green colored dot sights are purchased for assault rifles, but they can typically be mounted on any modern rifle, shotgun, or even handgun.

Types of Red Dot Sights


All red dot sight scopes are considered reflective, or more commonly known as reflex. Reflex sights, or reflective sights, allow the shooter to look through a reflective glass element to see an illuminated dot in their field of view. The way these work is the sight by light manipulation by using a clear curved glass reflector

The two common types of red dot sight scopes available today come in either a tubeless or a tubed style. Each have their own respective qualities and picking between them just depends on how you’ll be using your weapon.

Tubed Sight – These types of reflective red dot sights look and feel just like a regular rifle scope. difference becomes apparent when you look down the sights. The higher quality versions of these scopes are made water proof by their design, and are oftentimes filled with nitrogen to prevent any moisture from building up.

Tubeless Sight – These tubeless sights are very common as well and typically, not always, less expensive than their tubed counterparts. It’s just less moving parts. These sights are great at providing an ultra-wide field of view making rapid firing situations more accurate for the shooter.

Material

When choosing between a few sights one of the most important factors is the material used. We’re not just talking the lens itself, but the housing of the sight should be able to take a beating.

Try to avoid picking a sight with any plastic on the outside. It’s understandable if the adjustable knob cap is made from plastic but the housing around the lens itself needs to be made of some heavy-duty aluminum or another metal alloy. This will ensure you get the most life out of your scope.

Adjustability

Just as every weapon is different so is every shooter. When it comes to picking a red dot, sight try and find one that has highly adjustable features such as a brightness dial, dot color and style choices, and rail height adjustment to name a few.

This is especially true if you’ve never owned a red dot sight before and want to test out all the different functions, buying one that is more universal is never a bad choice.

Battery

Unfortunately, we still live in a day that we’re only as mobile as long as our battery stays charged, and when it comes to your dot scope that still rings true. There is a myriad of choices of sights available and some work in better light conditions than others, but the typically the higher caliber sights warrant more battery juice.

Most sights, especially the tube style, have brightness settings that can help you adjust to any environment, but you want to make sure that the sight has good quality, preferably lithium, batteries to keep it running. We recommend if you’re going to be using the sight in low light conditions to get a scope with a very high rated battery, and one that has an auto-shutoff feature to make sure it doesn’t run when you’re not using it.

Weather Resistance

Picking a sight based on its weather resistance is going to depend a lot on your environment. Most scopes come rated with at least a water-resistant rating and for 90% of you that should be more than adequate. For the other 10% of you who are going to be using your rifle around water, it may be a good idea to go with a water proof tube style reflex scope. We say tube style as its less likely for water to pool up on the lens in a downpour and they’re easier to cover quickly, as most come with retractable lens covers.

Care and Maintenance

Buying a red dot sight is an investment into your protection and safety and to keep that investment in good shape there are a few things you can do to prolong the life of your tool.

Be sure to clean your sight at least after every time you use it. Getting into the creases of the lens will prevent buildup of dust particles and keeping the lens clean will prevent you from having to use chemicals to clean it. Also, it’s a good idea every so often to detach the red dot sight from your AR rail to make sure there isn’t any moisture in there.

When you’re not using your rifle, it’s a good idea to cover the scope itself with its protective case. Some manufactures send a protective case with your sight, but if yours doesn’t there are several aftermarket ones available as well.

Red Dot Sight Accessories

Riser– most of the sights will come with a riser for your picatinny or weaver rail system but in the chance they didn’t, or you don’t like the one they sent you can always get one for inexpensive.

Cleaning Cloth – This is essential in keeping your sight clean and ready for firing. We suggest stocking up on a microfiber cleaning cloth like the ones used to clean sunglass lenses. Nothing too harsh.

Scope Cover – If your sight didn’t ship with one don’t sweat it there are plenty to choose from. You may not even need one if you’re going to use this sight as your primary scope, but if you’re planning on switching them out it’s a great idea to have a spare to put it in.

Originally posted 2017-02-08 21:21:55.

Budget View: The 11 Best Binoculars under $100

Binoculars are one of the most important tools in your outdoor kit. Whether hunting, bird watching, fishing, or even attending a concert, binoculars can make viewing a landscape more palpable.

We’ve put together a list of our top binoculars under $100 for those just starting out, those adding quality set of binoculars to their case, or those looking for a gift for the outdoor-lover in their life. We have also included a binocular buying guide to make shopping for your next pair of binoculars a cinch.

The Best Binoculars Under $100

Bushnell Falcon 133410

  Editors Choice  

These Falcon binoculars will have you seeing as well as a “falcon.” They have a 7x magnification and an auto focusing porro-prism that make for quality optics with HD clarity. The auto focus makes it simple and easy to pay attention to your target as opposed to wasting time on the manual focus. The binoculars offer both short distance and large distance clarity, with 20-feet close and 420-feet long. It has 12mm eye relief and 5mm exit pupil, which is easy on the eyes and allows for continuous use. If you wear eyeglasses or sunglasses, the fold-down eyecups protect your lenses from scratching. You’ll also love the classic and chic design that comes with this industry-leading product.  BUY IT NOW 

Bushnell 138005

These binoculars are perfect for all-weather trips. The BaK-4 prisms and multi-coated lenses add significant brightness to the image, which is great for hunting in clouds and light rain. They are compact and easy to carry, making them great for travel, hunting, birding, and even fishing trips. They have a soft texture grips which make it ideal for constant use, as well as twist-up eyecups, so they are comfortable and easy to use. These binoculars offer a sharp focus with a center knob for easy adjustments.  BUY IT NOW 

Bushnell Powerview Prisim

The Bushnell Powerviews are small (weighing only 7 ounces), yet sturdy, coated with a firm grip, non-sip rubber and an armor that absorbs shock from any drops. It has a center focus system that makes it simple to sharpen your view, with a 378-field at 1000-yards. Many consumers prefer to use these binoculars for bird-watching because it has a strong close-center focus. It comes in a variety of magnifications, with a roof prism system, so you’ll be able to find a great sight amplification for a lightweight and durable equipment.  BUY IT NOW 

Bushnell Powerview Surviellence

These porro-prism binoculars have an intense magnification and superior light transmission, great for woods and darkly lit environments. Many people even use them to stargaze! They have a 170-feet field of view at 1000 yards and a 50mm objective diameter. Bushnell’s Surveillance binoculars have a one-touch focus system that allows you to easily focus without significant manual effort, which is especially great for action-packed hunting trips. These glasses are better for long-distance, such as deer or elk, rather than close-range magnification. They also come with a woven neck strap that customers rave about because it helps to cut down the weight of the binoculars—plus it’s comfortable.  BUY IT NOW 

Polaris Optics ProBirder

This is not the most versatile binocular, and it is made more for the bird watching and close-range hunters out there. However, for those folks, it is an amazing and affordable option. It provides a sharp color contrast that helps focus in on the subject you are watching. It has an 8×32 magnification that lets you see even the lightest drops of dew as if you were inches away. The 356 feet field of view at 1000 yards proves to be a useful tool for birdwatchers, who want to be able to see several birds at once or swiftly focus on a new area. These binoculars to be a bit bulkier and heavier, but it does come with a great portable case and heavy-duty lens cover.  BUY IT NOW 

Merytes Portable HD

We put this on the list as one of the best “starter” binoculars at an incredibly affordable price. These binoculars do not have as many high-end functions for the more experienced hunters and bird watchers. However, these binoculars are compact, easy to carry, and come with a carrying bag and strap. The lenses make it great for environments with weak lighting, and the picture is so sharp and clear that you can see the individual hairs on a fox. This is great for adults taking their kids on a camping trip or tourist adventure, because they are easy to carry and easily adjustable (with the center hand wheel) for everyone in the family to share.  BUY IT NOW 

Olympus Trooper

These binoculars are great for close range and long range, and they have a clear, sharp image in both the dark of night and the brightness of day. They seem to struggle a bit in weak lighting of overcast or foggy days. However, they have 10x magnification with a distortion-free view. These offers a Bak-7 lens system for excellent optics and precise focus, as controlled by a center focus knob. Using a porro-prism, it has a 342 feet view at 1,000 yards, with a 65° angle. One of our favorite parts of this binocular is that it has UV Protection in the glasses to help protect your eyes from the sun’s harmful rays, which can amplify in binoculars’ reflective lenses. No need for uncomfortable, color-distorting sunglasses while you’re enjoying the great outdoors.  BUY IT NOW 

Nikon 8248 Aculon

One of the best reviews that these binoculars consistently get is that it is easy to focus and it stays sharp even in higher settings. With many binoculars, you can lose the image quality as you magnify and focus further. These not only maintain the quality of the image, but they also enhance it with eco-glass lenses that work well in most lighting conditions. It has one of the smoothest focus knobs, making it easy to operate and focus on your subject—your binoculars should help you get the job done, not give you more work. It also has a durable rubber-armored coating that makes it rugged and ready for any outing. The only real concern is that these binoculars sometimes work better for focusing on long-distance rather than short-distance bird watching or fishing.  BUY IT NOW 

Tasco Essentials

These are the essential basics binoculars, perfect for those who are starting out or looking for a pair of basic binoculars to add to the set. The lens is not made for long-wear or usage in poor lighting, so these are better for those who will be using binoculars to quickly spot their target and then act. (Not right for birdwatchers, fishermen, etc.) It has an 8x magnification, a 383-foot field of view at 1,000 yards (which is larger than many), and a 21 mm lens. These are incredibly lightweight, though, so they are perfect for hiking and backpacking. Weighing in at 6.5 ounces, they take up little weight and room in the pack to carry on longer trips. They also have a rubber-armored housing that absorbs shock and protects from weather, perfect for unexpected mountain conditions.  BUY IT NOW 

Sminiker Folding Binocular

These are one of the smallest binoculars on our list, and they fold even smaller to be easy to carry and transport. These military grade binoculars include night vision, which allows for spectacular view after dark! They can be used for birding, travelling, sightseeing, hunting, and general observation with little problem. The field of view is approximately 413 feet at 1000 yards, at 7.2°, making it one of the widest fields on this list. They are easy to focus and quickly sharpen in accordance with any magnification, no matter the lighting. They also have a sleek design with strong durability. The only con is that the image is not as clear or sharp as some of its competitors, but that is because these lenses work their magic mostly at night.  BUY IT NOW 

Celestron SkyMater

We’ve added the final pair for those star-lovers out there specifically. Our top pick for stargazing with low light, long-distance viewing is the Celestron SkyMaster Giant. It has a diopter adjustment for fine focusing, which is crucial when trying to capture the intricacies of the night sky. It has multi-coated optics, which makes the image sharp and clear. The large aperture allows it to capture so much light, you can even see faint galaxies outside our own! It offers 13 mm eye relief for eyeglass wearers, allowing you to watch the terrestrial wonders all night long! Because they have such intense optics for long distance, they are a little on the heavier side—but they come with a tripod adapter.  BUY IT NOW 

I See You: The Best Night Vision Monocular

We looked at the 13 most popular and highest rated night vision monocular available on the market, and compared them against each other based on their image quality, brightness, ruggedness, material, comfort, weight, and overall size. The three best Monoculars that have night vision in all those categories were considered and are part of this review. All 3 are excellent choices, but the one that came out on top is the Bushell Equinox Z Digital Night Vision Monocular.

Bushnell Equinox Z -The Best Overall Night Vision

When it comes to hunting, tactical, or wildlife needs there isn’t a product that Bushnell doesn’t make. Bushnell is synonymous with all things outdoor optics so it’s no surprise that their Equinox Z Digital Night Vision Monocular is our top-rated pick for this year.

This Monocular boasts a myriad of features such as, 6x magnification zoom, 1-3 digital, zoom, the option of daytime or nighttime use, all through their 50mm multicoated glass objective lens.

We love this model because it is equipped with video recording capabilities, that can easily write to a Micro SD card (which is sold separately) so you can capture everything you’re seeing for viewing from the comfort of the indoors.

The digital aspect of this monocular may scare some people away, but it is easy to setup and use. Typically, the outdoors and electronics don’t mix very well, but Bushnell made sure to construct this monocular out of rugged material. The silicone exterior provides excellent surface grip so you can leave on the console of your vehicle and it won’t slide around.

Keeping with the same ruggedness theme, another reason to love this monocular is the fact the unit itself is completely water resistant so you can rest assured no water will ruin the lens or the digital components inside the monocular.

The specs claim that the viewing distance is 500 ft., we as well as other consumers claim that it is closer to 300 ft. but we think variable such as light pollution and the amount of cloud cover play a lot into those specs.

The Bushnell Equinox Z is also tripod mountable which makes it an excellent choice for photographers.

The Equinox Z uses an infrared-sensitive CMOS (complementary metal-oxide semiconductor) sensor and a micro LCD screen to provide awesome night vision capabilities. This is better than some brands which use a conventional intensifier tube.

One feature that we feel Bushnell needs to play up more is this monocular ability to charge via micro usb cable. This is an awesome choice of you would like to leave it in a stationary position during the night without the worry of burning through batteries.

Overall this is the best pick out on the market right now. It scored the highest overall marks in all the categories we tested and if you’re trying to decide between monoculars, we feel that this is the one to beat.

What We Like
  • Quality Video Playback
  • Compact Design
  • 6X Magnification
What We Don't
  • Blurry at Very Long Distances
  • Can’t Hemlet Mount
  • Target May See IR Glow

Firefield 5×50 Nightfall 2 Night Vision Monocular – Huge Monocular Lens

Firefield is a growing name in outdoor optics and for good reason, they’re made of very high quality materials and designed ergonomically with the end user in mind. Firefield’s motto is simple, “Victory” and you should consider it a victory if you get the chance to use this monocular.

There is nothing about this monocular that isn’t rugged. You’ll notice right off the bat that the Firefield Nightfall Monocular boasts one of the biggest, if not the biggest, objective lens in the market making it the ideal monocular for so many different nighttime applications.

It also features a heavy duty rubberized exterior shell that a lot of monocular manufacturers and other outdoor device companies have switched to. What we love is that the unit is fully weather proof, and Firefield goes on to call it “outdoors proof.”

Don’t mistake all the ruggedness of the Firefield Nightfall 2 Night Vision Monocular as bulkiness, however. The monocular is made with zero waste in mind, and the weight, or lack thereof, will surprise you. The unit fits very comfortably in your hands and can easily fit into the front pocket of a jacket, or adhered to a lanyard around your neck.
While this monocular is tripod mountable, it does not feature a video or digital playback of any kind limiting anything you capture to simply memory.

The field of view is somewhat lacking on this device, as with most monocular manufactures claims, just doesn’t seem to match real world applications. That being said, if you’re not needing to see over 200 feet, you won’t find anything wrong with this device.

In addition to being fully weather resistant, the Nightfall 2 boasts fog resistance in its specs and surprisingly lives up to that. Fog is somewhat of a nebulous term, but we feel that it does a great job filtering out light pollutions of all kinds. This makes it great for people who live in a more urban landscape and not out in the country.

Overall this is an excellent pick for a monocular with night vision capabilities. If you don’t require video playback and are looking for simply a straight forward night vision monocular, we highly recommend you checking out the Nightfall 2 by Firefield.

What We Like
  • High Quality Image Resolution
  • IR Illumination
  • Ergonomic design
What We Don't
  • Narrower Field of View
  • Shorter Battery Life
  • Blurry at Longer Distances

Solomark Night Vision Monocular – Most High Tech Night Vision Monocular

Solomark is a name not a lot of people have heard but one that is becoming synonymous with quality optics. Solomark has their hand in a handful of different optic categories from rifle scopes, telescopes, and even microscopes and have created a very quality product with plenty of new digital features that out rank monoculars that are twice as expensive.

The Solomark Night Vision Monocular made our top 3 monocular podium because of its ability to observe a target in complete darkness making it ideal for all types of outdoor activities, such as exploring caves to trekking through the woods. The monocular has multi-coated glass objectives, high sensitivity sensors, a IR illuminator, all tying back to an integrated color LCD-Screen (rare to have that for this price range).

Like the other models above, the exterior of the unit is made from a rubber composite making it difficult to end up in a place it shouldn’t. But even if it were to drop in a not so ideal location, you’re not going to damage the components are heavily protected.

What we love about this unit is it’s probably the most technologically advance monocular out there for under $500. With this unit, you can take pictures and record videos as you view them making it an ideal night time camera replacement. Another thing that separates this monocular from others is its ability to connect to a video output device such as a computer monitor, or a TV for instant video playback.; No unplugging the tiny card and loading it into a reader just to share what you found out in the woods with your family.

With All the tech in this device it’s no surprise that it lacks in the battery life category. The unit only has around a 5-hour lifespan making it less than ideal for long outings outdoors, but this can be fixed with the purchase of rechargeable batteries.

The Solomark almost feels (and looks) like a small set of binoculars, but much easier to hang on to. The unit is wider than it is long, which makes it the ideal candidate if you’re looking for a monocular that you can fit into the back pocket of your jeans.

Overall we feel you’re not going to be disappointed if you go with the Night Vision Monocular from Solomark. For most people reading this, it’s capabilities are all you’ll need, and the technology onboard makes it easy to transition to.

What We Like
  • 100m Clear Viewing Distance
  • Mount to Binocular Strap
  • Comes with 1 GB micro SD
What We Don't
  • Camera Mode Could be Better
  • Blurry at Longer Range
  • Learning Curve on User Interface

Night Visiton Monocular Buying Guide

The choices for Night Vision Monocular can be somewhat overwhelming. Pixel Rate What? Infrared Who? Even choosing the final 3 out of the top rated monoculars was difficult because there are so many ways to select the best one for your need.

Below are the criteria we used in determining the top 3 rated monoculars available on the market this year. If you didn’t like what you saw above, use this guide to help you make the decision in choosing the best night vision enabled monocular for your outdoor needs.

Like anything else, the monocular is only going to be a good as the environment you’re in so please take the time to understand where you’ll mainly be using your tool to make sure you choose one that you can use for many years to come.

Who Needs a Monocular with Night Vision Capabilities?

What outdoorsman doesn’t need a monocular is the real question? In all seriousness if you spend any time outdoors at night, whether it be hunting, hiking, backpacking, rock climbing, it is money well spent to leverage the night vision features available today.

For avid nighttime hunters, it may be a better idea to combine the night vision technology of a monocular with that of their rifle scope and buy a night vision enabled rifle scope, but if you’re spending time out in the wilderness, it doesn’t make sense to lug a rifle around just to see what is out there. Monoculars with night vision are excellent choices for campers and hikers to keep in their bags for keeping their bearings at night. If you don’t want to be surprised what is lurking out there, a night vision monocular is just the thing you need.

Size & Weight

This used to be more of a problem as monoculars used to be bigger and bulkier, but modern night vision monoculars are as compact as you’d expect any piece of technology to be. If you’re primarily going to be using this for long hiking and camping trips, then it may be a good idea to splurge on cutting a few ounces. However just for normal everyday use, most monocular will be able to fit into your back pocket.

Battery

When shopping for a night vision monocular an important thing to consider is how you’re going to power all the bells and whistles of your new device. A lot of manufactures boast a huge selection of options and features on their monocular, but forget that these are used out in the wilderness, most of the time well away from a dedicated power source.

This will all depend on how you’re going to use it but you’ll get more overall use out of the monocular if it’s lithium battery powered, or you make the extra rechargeable battery purchase.

Weatherproof-ness

It goes without saying that your monocular needs to be rated to handle the outdoors, because where else are you going to use it? Luckily most companies that manufacture the best monoculars have weather proofing standard, but there are still varying degrees of weather proof.

This will mostly depend on where you’re planning on using your unit, but if you’re in a much damper environment or going to be trekking across mountain lakes and streams, it is a good idea to spend the extra on a monocular that boasts full water proof capabilities. The last thing you need on your hiking trip is to hinder your ability to see at night.

Digital Capabilities

As technology continues to get faster and faster, the components continue to get smaller and smaller making it easier to digitally enhance products that normally wouldn’t be, and a monocular is no exception to the rule. You can find monoculars with all sorts of capabilities, and you’ll notice it as soon as you look at the price tag.

Luckily the past view years we’ve seen monoculars start to have audio and video recording options standard, and some even where you can replay the video right on the unit itself. If watching back what you’ve seen through the day, say looking at a deer feeder at night, then buying a monocular with video playback may be a great option for you, and one that shouldn’t break the bank.

Zoom

Depending on what activity you’re doing at night, this is arguably one of the most important features of your monocular. When choosing a night, vision enabled monocular you want to be able to zoom in enough while staying a safe distance away, this is especially true when looking for animals.

Many monoculars on the market advertise between 2-8x zoom capabilities, but this can be somewhat deceiving. What you want to look for is whether the picture quality stays clear as you zoom further in. Because let’s face it, what’s the point of zooming in if you can’t see what you’re looking at anyway?

Lens Size

Just as monoculars come in all shapes and sizes, it should be no surprise that the lenses on monoculars vary as well. Out of the units we reviewed we found that the lens on the monocular correlates highly with overall image quality.

This shouldn’t be a surprise, obviously the more light you let into your eye the further and more clear you can see. Now this isn’t a hard and fast rule because there are other variables such as the shape and depth of the overall lens, but as a good rule of thumb, pick a monocular with the biggest lens you can find.

Care and Maintenance


If you’re going to spend the money on the monocular you’re obviously going to want to take great care of it. It should go without saying, that because you’re going to be using your monocular outdoors the chances of things going wrong are just going to be higher.

Most night vision enabled monoculars, especially the ones we ranked as our top 3, are rated for handling the worst of what nature can throw at it, but at the end of the day the digital components are still electronics, and we know how good electronics mix with the outdoors.

What we recommend doing is about after every time you replace or need to recharge the monocular batteries, is take the time to clean all the connections of the unit with rubbing alcohol. So, every micro SD and micro USB slot and depending on what your user manual says, take a microfiber cloth to the outside lens. If using a microfiber cloth isn’t recommended, then taking compressed air to the lens and connections is the next best option.

Types of Night Vision Technologies

There are generally two types of ways that night vision works. And this is not just for monoculars, but any rifle scope, goggles, or camera system. The way you can see it night is either through image enhancement, or thermal imaging.

Image Enhancement works just as the name implies, enhancing the available light. The monoculars outfitted with this technology capture the full spectrum of available light, even the light our puny human eyes can’t see, and intensifies it to the point to where there is enough light for us to see at night.

Thermal Imaging works similarly to Image Enhancement by capturing a wide spectrum of light. Where it differs is that it captures the infrared light spectrum from objects that emit heat and helps our eyes define objects based on the amount of heat the emit.

Wrapping it Up

Picking the right night vision monocular can be somewhat of a hard decision, especially because the technology is so similar across many manufactures. The best monocular will be sized well to fit in your pocket, have an excellent battery life, robust zoom capabilities, can capture what you’re seeing for playback, and most importantly have an incredible picture at all magnification levels.

All three of the top-rated night vision monoculars we pick are excellent choices for enhancing your night time vision, and are built rugged enough to handle even the most avid outdoorsman. The Best Monocular with Night Vision on the Market is the Bushnell Equinox Z

On a Budget? Here is the Best Night Vision Monocular Under $100

Like our top-rated night vision monoculars, but don’t want to spend that much? No problem, if you’re looking for the best monocular under $100 the Waterproof Night Vision 16×52 from Discoball is the way to go. It features adjustable zoom, and a waterproof telescoping lens. It’s not the best night vision, but if you’re looking to spend under $100 bucks, this is the night vision monocular for you.

Originally posted 2017-02-05 20:52:11.

Dinner Time: Finding The Best Deer Feeder

After spending over 31 hours researching and field testing the 5 best deer feeders, we found that the Moultrie Deer Feeder Elite Tripod is the best deer feeder for the money. This model features a strong tri-pod base which eliminates the chances of other animals such as hogs or raccoons to get into the corn feed, and eliminates most chances of bigger animals, such as cows, and goats knocking it over.

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Moultrie Deer Feeder Elite Tripod – The Best Tripod Feeder

Sometimes bigger is better, and when it comes to deer feeders, we think that might be the case. This feeder can stand at an adjustable height of 5.5’, 7’, or 8’ tall and supported by 3 metal legs that can really take a beating.

The design of this deer feeder allows the corn to be spread over roughly a 400-square foot area. The metal spinning plate slings the corn well away from the feeder allowing more deer to fit comfortably around your feeder, ultimately leading to taking a cleaner shot whether you’re bow hunting or rifle hunting.

This deer feeder is an easy setup, and is unique in that is requires virtually no tools, and sports a programmable timer which you can program to spread corn up to 20 second spins, 6 different times per day. If you’re new to hunting that may not sound like a lot of corn, but if you spread corn that many times per day, you’re going to run out of food fast.

We also love this feeder because it is also equally easy to dismantle and throw in the backend of your truck or in the back of a mid-sized SUV.

Some people may be averse to picking this unit because it is made of plastic, which turns a lot of hunters off, but the plastic used is extremely heavy duty to ensure varmints and other critters can’t get into the unit. Alongside the heavy-duty plastic, the deer feeder comes with a built it varmint guard which will deter raccoons, squirrels, and other critters from tearing into your deer corn.

Based on the features above this is our top pick for hunters looking for a sturdy deer feeder. We feel that you’ll get the best overall long-term use out of this unit based on its capacity and materials used.

What We Like
  • Easily Programmable Timer
  • Built-in Varmint Guard
  • Metal Feet
What We Don't
  • Battery Not Included
  • Plastic Varmint Guard

Redneck Outdoors T-post Gravity Feeder – The Best Gravity Feeder

Sometimes the simplest feeder is the best, or at least one of the best. The Redneck Outdoors T-Post Gravity Feeder is an awesome choice for a deer feeder especially if you don’t want the hassle of dealing with many moving parts, because just like its name, gravity is all that works on this feeder.

The T-Post Feeder itself is constructed of heavy duty polyethylene and is surprisingly heavier than what it looks like from its online pictures. The weight and durability is surprisingly better for hunters who were somewhat apprehensive on purchasing a non-tripod style feeder. Because of the heavy duty yet light weight material, this feeder can take a serious beating which is great, because out of all other feeders, this one is the closest to the ground. Some customers have reported them standing up to 300+ black bears, obviously, we couldn’t test this…nor want to!

One thing we like about this feeder is its versatility to its environment. The gravity feeder comes with all the necessary equipment to strap the feeder to the t-post, and has the pre-defined grooves to match all the t-post knobs. While that is nice, not every hunters’ environment is the same. Some hunters may want to strap the feeder way up into the tree, some other hunters may want to strap it to a four-wheeler, wherever you want it you can pretty much set it up there. The adjustability of this feeder also makes it a great option for hunters who like to hunt turkey. All you must do is either drive the t-post further into the ground, or slide the feeder right down the poll.

One thing we recommend doing for hunters who are planning on putting the feeder on a standard sized t-post is wrap the t-post in a 3-4” PVC pipe to keep squirrels and raccoons out of the trough. It’s not 100% fool proof but it’s certainly a good deterrent

What We Like
  • Easy to Transport
  • Material Won’t Rust
  • Easy to Adjust
What We Don't
  • Post Not Included
  • Doesn’t Spread Food in Large Area
  • Need To Cover Pole with PVC

American Hunter Tripod Feeder with Digital RDE-Kit – Large Capacity Tripod Feeder with Solar Panel

The American Hunter Tripod Feeder is an excellent deer feeder pick for the weekend warrior to the avid hunter. This tripod feeder is easy to assemble and has fewer moving parts than other similar tripod style feeders. The brains of this feeder aren’t super impressive, but also aren’t terrible either. It’s a little bit of a learning curve to program the feed settings on this unit, but once you get the hang of it changing the feeding times and frequency is a breeze.

The feeder bin itself is very heavy duty and can hold a capacity of up to around 160 lbs of corn feed. The spinner on the unit is comparably powerful to other feeders on the market spreading the corn around a large circumference.

We would like this unit more if the legs of the feeder had a foot, or a wider area to sink into the ground, so one thing we recommend is sinking the ends of the legs into the ground a good 4-6” especially if you’re going to be hunting in an environment with larger animals than deer that can potentially rub up against the feeder unit.

The unit is a little shorter than some models standing around 6’ from the bottom of the feeder to the ground, so we recommend greasing the legs with some type of lubricant to keep the varmints such as squirrels and raccoons from climbing all the way to the spinner at the bottom of the feeder.

What We Like
  • Heavy Capactiy
  • Metal Spin Plate
  • Sturdy Legs
What We Don't
  • No Varmint Guard
  • Can Be Top Heavy
  • Legs Don’t Have Feet

Moultrie Pro Hunter Hanging Deer Feeder – Most Versatile Feeder

The Moultrie 6.5 Gallon Feeder is an excellent option of deer feeder for hunters who want the features of a tripod feeder with the spinner and programmability, yet want the versatility of being able to move the feeder into different areas, and place at higher locations than the standard deer feeder heights.

The 6 ½ gallon metal bucket carries a 40-lb. capacity, which is typically one bag of deer corn, so it isn’t for hunters who are looking for a feeder to “set-and-forget”. The marriage of the smaller capacity and the digital timer is a great option; however you really can’t get carried away with programming times because going off once a day will deplete most of the supply within a week or so.

We love this deer feeder because it features a varmint guard and a metal spin plate standard, where other cheaper models use plastic on those parts. Depending on how high you mount the bucket, the feeder spread area can be around 30 feet, which increases your chances of bringing in more deer at time.

Because this feeder is made to hang from a tall branch or suspended above ground, makes it susceptible to squirrels and other animals getting on top of. We recommend making sure the lid is strapped down tight if you plan on leaving the bucket out overnight as squirrels.

What We Like
  • Easy to Program
  • Easy to Transport
  • Metal Spin Plate
What We Don't
  • Smaller Capacity
  • Limited Setup Areas
  • Flat Feeder Top

Moultrie Easy-Feed Demand Deer Feeder – Most Innovative Feeder

Yet another Moultrie makes our list of best deer feeders, with an innovative feeder that hunters will love to setup and hunt for years to come. Digital feeders are great at regulating the amount of feed that gets spread, yet are susceptible to damage because of the outdoor elements. Gravity feeders are excellent at consistently feeding, yet many other types of unwanted animals can easily get into them. The Easy-Feed feeder is an excellent choice for hunters who only want deer at the feeder.

With this feeder, you eliminate the hassle of repeatedly replacing batteries and spinning parts, and the worry of overfeeding because this feeder only feeds deer when they are there, and hungry. The hanging yellow rod self-dispense mechanism works by allowing deer to nudge up against it allowing more deer feed to fall out. This is the only feeder on this list that creates an action habit, and one that will keep the deer coming back day after day.

Even though it doesn’t affect the overall functionality of the feeder, we do love the camo pattern on the feeder and think it’s also one of the sharpest models out on the market right now.

What We Like
  • Self Feeding
  • Lightweight
  • No Moving Parts
What We Don't
  • Flat Top
  • Smaller Capacity
  • Limited Mounting Areas

Deer Feeder Buying Guide

Deer Feeders, like hunters , come in all different shapes and sizes. Most deer feeder models fall into a few different styles; Gravity, Electronic Tripod, Trough. These types are great solutions for certain situations, like most things, it all just depends on the environment you’re going to be hunting and your understanding of the game in the area.

Below are the metrics we used in determining the top 5 deer feeders available this year, and one you should use when making the decision on picking the feeder. Obviously, the feeder is only going to be as good as the area you’re hunting, but these should make it easier when trying to make the purchase online.

What Type of Hunter Needs a Deer Feeder

It’s somewhat of a misconception that everyone needs a deer feeder to be a successful hunter. While deer feeders are an awesome addition to any bow or rifle hunter’s arsenal, you really only need a feeder if you plan on hunting the same area over and over again. So, hunters who own or are part of a hunting lease property who have certain areas they think they’d like to hunt for many years to come are perfect candidates for getting a new deer feeder. Otherwise if you’re just a weekend warrior that likes to hunt different places throughout the hunting season, it’s probably best you spent your money on better portable hunting blind.

Feeder Type

 

  • Electronic Tripod –

 

 

      Probably the most common type of deer feeder out there, and typically the most expensive as it uses heavier material and has many more moving parts. These types of feeders typically come in with spinning base which will scatter the corn or feed in a much larger area, thus enabling more deer to gather around the feeder. These types of feeders are great when they come with varmint guards, hopefully made of a strong metal alloy to prevent raccoons.

 

    • Gravity –

The gravity model of deer feeders is a great alternative to the electronic tripod style of feeders. These feeders typically are for hunters that don’t want to worry about if the battery is charged, or the spinning disc is working. Gravity style feeders take all the potential problems of the electronic tripod, and eliminates them by using gravity to

 

    • Trough –

The trough style of deer feeders literally are that, a trough. These types of feeders are excellent for people hunting in areas only for a weekend, or are hunting in a protected hunting and are certain that the biggest animal in the area is going to be a deer. We recommend this feeder only for those who are on a tight budget and don’t mind other animals getting into.

Weight

Weight is a double-edged sword when it comes to selecting your deer feeder. Obviously the heavier the feeder the less likely an animal, most of the times not a deer, can knock it over and get into the feed. With the feeder weight in mind, you should also consider how much the feeder weighs because what gets set up, must be put back. So, if you’re a lone hunter, it is probably the best idea to pick the least cumbersome model out there.

Power Source

This only applies to the gravity and tri-pod style feeders, but is one that is important to consider. The majority of feeders that are purchased are going to be setup out into the wilderness, far away from power. These types of feeders do run on some rugged batteries, but anyone who has ever owned a feeder knows that sooner or later there will be a power problem. Whether it be a squirrel chewing through the wires, or rain water shorting out the system, the power will go out. To plan against this happening we recommend making sure you have a solar power attached to the unit to ensure that the feed is spread, even when you’re not around.

Sturdiness

Deer feeders are made for deer, but that doesn’t mean that deer are the only ones that will try and access that corn inside the silo of the deer feeder. In fact, most animals that will be going towards your feeder will not be deer, but rather varmints who are looking for a quick and easy snack. While varmints are annoying and can tear up the area around the feeder, you need to also consider the bigger animals that won’t stop until they get into the feed. If you’re hunting spot is surrounded by larger animals such as goats, llamas, bears, cows, or horses it’s a good idea to pick a feeder made of stronger materials such as metal.

Capacity

Something that can be overlooked especially when shopping online is the capacity of the deer feeder itself. This mainly will be a preference on how frequent you hunt the area, the number of feeders in the area, and how often you want to lug a 50-lb. bag of deer corn up a ladder into the feeder. If you’re wanting a set-it and forget it type hunting spot, try and find a tri-pod deer feeder because it can support a much larger amount of weight.

Food Release

For anyone who has hunted deer, the sound of the feeder going off is the queue to get ready to watch the big bucks trot into the area. However, how the corn is spread out can make or break a hunt. Some feeders spread the corn in a tight radius which isn’t ideal when you’re wanting to attract a big herd of deer. Finding a feeder with a spinner that can create a much bigger radius of food will only attract more deer to the feeder.

Material

The adage “you get what you pay for” seems to ring true when choosing between a plastic deer feeder or a metal one. If you’re an avid hunter and know this is something you will be doing for years to come, it’s best to go ahead and spend the extra cash on a feeder that can withstand the elements. Plastic is fine for the fair-weather hunter, but if this is something you want to enjoy for years, pick something that is going to last.

Care and Maintenance

Any good deer feeder should be able to pay for itself within one season of deer hunting, but if you want to prolong the life of your feeder there are some steps required in taking good proper care of it. No matter the material it’s always best to store the feeder indoors when not in use. The more time the unit spends outside, the shorter overall lifespan it has.

One thing that is important for hunters who own metal feeders to limit their exposure to water. Not so much rainfall, but water that can make its way into the feeder and sit for days and weeks on end. This will not only result in a foul smell, but also rust out the barrel of the feeder itself.

We recommend at the end of every season to completely clean the feeder out and repaint the inside with some rust-proof paint before every season to keep your deer feeder running strong for years to come.

Conclusion

You can spend all the time and energy in the world picking out the best rated deer feeder, but ultimately all your research won’t matter if you don’t place it in the right location, and maintain the food to keep the deer comfortable coming to your feeder day after day.

If you’ve thoroughly read through this deer feeder buyers guide, you are equipped to make the best decision that will ultimately give you the perfect setup to shoot that deer.

On a Budget?

We understand that not every hunter has deep pockets, and even if they do, if you’re looking for a secondary or tertiary feeder, you don’t need to be spending an arm and a leg. We recommend the best deer feeder under $50 is the Moultrie 6.5-Gallon Easy-Feed Demand Deer Feeder

Originally posted 2017-02-02 03:30:48.

The Best Cooler for the Money

After over 100 hours of researching the field and testing 11 finalists, we found that the Vizio E50u-D2 is the best 4K TV for those on a budget. The difference in image quality was immediately obvious when compared side-by-side against any of the TVs we tested. And it has best-in-class connectivity so you can plug just about anything into it. Whether you’re placing it in a bright living room or a windowless home theater, the Vizio trounces everything else in this price range when it comes to performance for your dollar.

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