Hunting glass makes a great gift for friends, family, or yourself. Have a little extra Christmas cash to invest. Why not improve your hunting success with the aide of new binoculars, spotting scope, or range finder. Here are three great choices:
These optics are made in the USA, are of the finest quality, and make a very distinctive gift. Maven builds optics to your specs and will customize a message right on the optic. Do you have a special grandchild that you’d like to give a special gift? Give him or her a camouflage pair of binoculars with your dedication right on the frame. These specialized gifts will last a lifetime and like an autographed baseball, will always have a special remembrance. For the full details go to their website at www.mavenbuilt.com
This is an emerging brand that’s quickly making a splash in the optics market. I’ve used their scopes and binoculars over the past two years and been very impressed. Styrka (pronounced “steer-ka”) had a sale earlier this year and a friend needed a pair of good binos for an African safari. I bought him a pair and he and his professional hunter were very impressed.
Hunting optics must be able to handle bad weather and abuse. I took a great buck on a blizzard-like day in South Dakota and the scope performed perfectly going from a warm truck to below zero temperatures. Additionally, Styrka products come with an amazing guarantee. A customer recently lost his scope in the tragic California wildfires. The person returned the melted blob to Styrka and received a brand new scope. Check them out at www.styrkastrong.com
Axeon– Optics at an Amazing Price
Axeon Optics have produced a line of lightweight, rugged, rifle scopes that really perform – and all for a fraction of the cost of similar scopes.The Axeon Hunting Series Scopes are high performance scopes in low light conditions. The glass used produces a crisp, clear image, without fogging. Durable beyond compare, this series of scopes were tested by abusing them in many ways: left outside in all types of weather for long periods of time; frozen then thawed; tossing them against trees; strapping them to the front fork of a motorcycle and taking a very rough back-country ride. After all that, these scopes looked like they were scratched, beaten and battered, but they continued to perform beautifully, without fail. At first I was concerned about quality gear at such a low cost. Then I went shopping for televisions where I found flat-screens with all the latest technologies at a ridiculous price. If they can make TV’s inexpensively, why not scopes?
Axeon offers a full line of hunting optics. Check them out at www.axeonoptics.com