OutdoorHub Review: Maven Compact 8x B.3 Binoculars

The desire to see farther than the human eye allows is an old one. I can almost hear the original thought. “Oooga mooga! Oo ah!” Right around the beginning of the 17th century, the understanding of light and lenses changed from theory to reality. Humans began building the first devices that allowed them to observeContinue reading “OutdoorHub Review: Maven Compact 8x B.3 Binoculars”

TFB Review: The Vortex Strike Eagle 1-8×24 FFP Riflescope

If you’ve ever wanted to see things with no magnification, then see things with more magnification, then an LPVO might be for you. The low power variable optic has exploded in popularity over the past few years. I’ve been behind a few of them myself, and I understand the appeal. Today, though, we’ll be talkingContinue reading “TFB Review: The Vortex Strike Eagle 1-8×24 FFP Riflescope”

AllOutdoor Review – Vortex Triumph HD 10×42 Binocular

When I was a kid, my father had an old, heavy pair of binoculars that he kept in the garage. He clearly wasn’t using them, so I took it upon myself to liberate them and put them to use. Compared to me, they were huge. As I got older, I wanted my own set, soContinue reading “AllOutdoor Review – Vortex Triumph HD 10×42 Binocular”

Ohub Review: The Vortex Optics Strike Eagle 3-18×44 FFP

Public interest in defensive firearms has been steadily increasing since it spiked during our three-year vacation from normal life and rational thinking. Training to shoot quickly and accurately is a lot of fun, so it’s no wonder why this growth has continued. As those new shooters enjoy becoming more self-reliant, there has also been anContinue reading “Ohub Review: The Vortex Optics Strike Eagle 3-18×44 FFP”

Is Using A Carry Gun For Competition A Mistake?

The concealed carry landscape has changed drastically over the last several years. Many micro-sized or compact carry guns were often limited to just seven or eight rounds, meaning they were stuck in their role as a concealment gun. That has changed. Now, gun store counters are lined with compact yet capable guns with impressive capacity,Continue reading “Is Using A Carry Gun For Competition A Mistake?”

TFB Review: MODTAC U-RAC (Universal Rail Attach Coupler)

Thankfully, suppressor use and ownership have become more and more common in recent years. As shooters become more aware of the passive dangers involved with shooting, like lead poisoning and hearing loss, steps are being taken to reduce health hazards. Suppressors are probably the most effective tool we have against hearing loss. If you didn’tContinue reading “TFB Review: MODTAC U-RAC (Universal Rail Attach Coupler)”

Ohub Review: Gatorz Marauders With Photochromic Ballistic Lenses

If you’re a product of the 90s, or raised your children in the 90s, you probably remember Simba looking out over the elephant graveyard in The Lion King. That graveyard is exactly what I’ve created by discarding all of the low-quality eye protection that I’ve used through the years. Whether they’re the $1.83 Grainger specialContinue reading “Ohub Review: Gatorz Marauders With Photochromic Ballistic Lenses”

AllOutdoor Review: The Maven CRS.1 3-12×40 SFP

Last winter, I engaged in my first rabbit hunt. I was using a Ruger American Rimfire with a non-magnified optic. While I was able to get the job done, the experience highlighted some good and bad things about my gear selection (and general fitness). I’ve decided to try a different setup. While exploring my scopeContinue reading “AllOutdoor Review: The Maven CRS.1 3-12×40 SFP”

The Rimfire Report: The Winchester Xpert 22 LR Rifle

Hello! Welcome back to another edition of The Rimfire Report. TFB’s ongoing series covering rimfire firearms, history, ammunition, and sports, continues on from last week’s article covering the Ranger Model 103-8. Luke is out this week, bringing you the best NRAAM coverage out there, so be sure to look out for that. While I would love to diveContinue reading “The Rimfire Report: The Winchester Xpert 22 LR Rifle”

OutdoorHub Review: The Earl From North American Arms

The North American Arms rimfire revolvers seem to have wiggled their way into every shooter’s collection. Coming from the more “tactical” side of shooting, I often saw them in gun stores and swore I’d never have such a useless firearm. Well, here we are. This is my review of MY North American Arms revolver. This specific oneContinue reading “OutdoorHub Review: The Earl From North American Arms”