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Ron Way uses his Swarovski 15x56 binoculars to pick apart some good wild pig country in central California.
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Bowhunter Nate Treadwell is seen here glassing some desert country in Arizona for javelina.
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Editor Joe Bell works his Swarovski 15x56 binoculars, mounted atop an Outdoorsmans tripod, to glass some remote country in California's famed Tejon Ranch.
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There's nothing like trimming away the backstraps on a good buck.
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ATV vehicles can be handy for preparing stand sites for the season ahead.
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Safety is the main concern when hunting tree stands. Be sure to use a safety tether while climbing into a tree stand.