Volume 25, Number 6 October/November 2017


Leupold’s high-end rangefinder goes the distance—and then some Last December, I sat in an elevated blind during Missouri’s alternative deer season, watching a hilltop meadow as one doe after another grazed at 250 yards, oblivious to my presence. There was just one problem—250 yards downrange was too far for my muzzleloader. To leave the blind and put on a stalk would require me to be a shapeshifter, and even the best camo in the world can’t aide with that process. But with a few hours of daylight left, I had time to wait out the deer. I had high hopes… [Read More]