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Video Product Review: OtterBox Trooper LT30 Soft Cooler

Soft sided coolers have carved out a new market in the outdoor community over the past couple of years and when you spend a lot of time in the outdoors, you know they have a purpose. One thing is for sure, they are definitely here to stay. OtterBox, which is the same company that has been protecting those thousand-dollar mobile devices for decades and is right here in the good ol’ United States of America is also known for their outdoor gear as well. In this case we are talking about their soft side coolers and specifically their Trooper...

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STR-9 Polymer Striker Fired Pistol

Known for their quality, rugged, yet inexpensive sporting shotguns, Stoeger firearms has released their first striker fired polymer pistol. Chambered in 9mm, the STR-9 provides excellent ergonomics with the proven reliability of the striker-fired design at an excellent value. Featuring the same 22 degrees off-square grip angle of other striker fired pistols on the market, the STR incorporates an aggressive texturing into the grip surfaces for positive control with gloves or when wet. Wider finger grooves on the grip face suggest finger placement rather than locking your fingers into position, which is a great approach for those with larger...

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Video Product Review: Leupold Freedom RDS

Built for recreational shooters and hunters alike, the Freedom RDS will be available in two distinct models: One features capped precision ¼-MOA click adjustments, and the other features a precision exposed BDC elevation turret that ships with adjustments out to 500 yards for a standard 55-grain .223 Rem. round. Designed to function just like Leupold’s popular CDS (Custom Dial System), the BDC turret makes longer shots a whole lot easier. Once you’ve zeroed your rifle, you’ll be able to reset the dial and then make shot adjustments in yards rather than MOA. So, if your target is 500 yards...

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Video Product Review: Lost Creek Angler 12 Sit-On-Top Pedal-Drive Kayak

For anglers looking to free up their hands for pole work, the Lost Creek Angler series of sit-on-top kayaks is an ideal companion to get you away from the bank and out where the fish are. Utilizing the Impulse Drive pedal motor and a conveniently located rudder controller, the Anglers allow fishermen to move and navigate with minimal effort and less need to tie your hands up with a paddle. The Impulse Drive utilizes large pedals for movement and the 8:1 gear ratio means that you will have the perfect sweet spot for speed and ease of pedaling. The...

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