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Henry All Weather 45-70

by David Link June 27, 2017

In today’s shooting industry, it is easy to get caught up in lasers, lights, magazine capacity, tactical rails, etc. and lose sight of what makes shooting sports exciting in the first place. The skill, patience and discipline of using iron sights and making that first shot count are what hooked most of us the first time we fired a firearm or took our first deer. That feeling of accomplishment and purity of shooting is part of what makes Henry Repeating Arms Company an ever-growing name among new and experienced shooters.

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Vortex Razor HD 27-60x85 Spotting Scope Review

by David Link June 23, 2017

I’ve tested the Vortex Razor HD 27-60x85mm Angled Eyepiece for my uses and this review. It offers the widest range of magnification at 27-60x, and it has the larger objective lens of 85mm. Yes this larger objective lens means a little more weight, but it also translates to greater image quality and a larger field of view. The Razor HD 27-60×85 has a removable wide angle zoom eyepiece that can be left on the optic while on the field or stored separately to save space when needed.

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Profiling - A Realistic Tool

by David Link June 21, 2017

My degree is in Criminology, the study of Crime Causation. Part of that study delved into the use of Profiling. The beginning of political correctness changed the name to the study of Body Language. Today it’s called Threat Assessment. It makes no difference which title you use, its purpose remains the same which is to detect those criminal elements which may cause crime.

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