RIVERTON, WYOMING – LUCID, LLC., a relatively new entry in the shooting sports field has introduced the second in what is to be a long line of new and innovative products for the shooting sports Industry.
The new LUCID 3x magnifier, is a stand alone, mount in-line magnifier. It has a 30mm tube for mounting and outstanding optical quality. True to LUCID’s form, this magnifier exhibits optical quality and features that are commonly seen on competitive items at much higher price points.
The 3x magnifier offers a crystal clear image, with a field of view of 40ft @ 100yds, a comfortable eye relief of 3″ and impressive optical performance. We are certain that the 3x magnifier will add precision to any red dot use. The magnifier is built on a rugged aluminum frame that is rubber armored, with optics that are 100% waterproof, shockproof (.308 tested) and Fog Proof (Nitrogen purged) for extreme durability. There is an adjustable focus on the ocular ring to ensure clarity for all shooters.
Please note, The new LUCID 3x magnifier is compatible with ALL red dots.
LUCID, based in Riverton, Wyoming, was founded in 2009, Since its introduction in the market LUCID has experienced some very positive successes with the HD7 Red dot sight. Sportsman, Law Enforcement and military personnel have all contributed to the success of LUCID. The entire goal in creating LUCID was to design, develop and offer innovative shooting optics at affordable prices. The 3x magnifier was simply one of the logical next steps.
Look for us at a dealer near you or find us on line at www.mylucidgear.com.
WEST POINT, MS — Cover2Group, known for their stylish, versatile and innovative custom dye sublimated fabrics, unveils its new Mossy Oak® Collection for the hunting, fishing and casual outdoors enthusiasts. This new Mossy Oak® collection will feature the new Break-Up® Infinity™ pattern on two unique product offerings with boat fender and table covers.
“We are thrilled to partner with Mossy Oak® to showcase their patterns on our custom boat fender and table covers.,” said Frank Swart, President of Cover2Group LLC. “We were looking for the right opportunity and licensing partner to enter this market with our custom dye sublimated fabrics. We felt that Mossy Oak® and the outdoor recreational market was the best place to launch our new line.”
The Mossy Oak® collection boat fender covers will fit most standard boat fenders and will be offered in four standard sizes ranging from a suggested retail of $26-$29 each. The table covers will be available in two sizes, a 6-foot table cover and an 8-foot cover for a suggested retail of $89-$99 each.
Please visit www.cover2group.com for new product information, as well as up-to-date company news, a how-to-use demo video, images and much more.
Cover2Group is a Charlotte based sports marketing and branding company that specializes in providing digital & large format printing, dye sublimation, mesh signage & backdrops and unique premium and promotional products like the Sac-Pak and Frigitowel to the sports and entertainment industries.
Cover2Group produces official licensed products of Mossy Oak/ Haas Outdoors Inc. Haas Outdoors Inc. is headquartered in West Point, Miss., was established in 1986 and is home of Mossy Oak (www.mossyoak.com). Mossy Oak specializes in developing and marketing modern camouflage designs for hunters and outdoorsmen. Mossy Oak patterns can be found on a multitude of products worldwide. Haas Outdoors Inc. is the outdoor industry leader in modern camouflage design, international licensing and marketing. Haas Outdoors Inc. markets its services and products under widely recognized brands including: Mossy Oak, BioLogic, Mossy Oak Productions, MOOSE Media, Nativ Nurseries, and Mossy Oak Properties.
IT’S NOT A PASSION. IT’S AN OBSESSION.
With the new Final Approach medium backpack hunters get an extremely well built multi-purpose bag. The backpack has both main and secondary compartments that measure 18”H x 15”W x 5”D. A third outside compartment measures 16”H x 12.5”W x 2”D.
The backpack also has a cell phone compartment, 11”H x 15”W x 2”D organizer pocket, computer compartment, 2 outside water bottle pockets and an exterior elastic cord for securing bulky items like a jacket.
The Final Approach Hunter’s Backpack has a padded waist belt, vented back and non-slip ergonomically designed shoulder straps that make carrying a heavy load cool and comfortable. It is at home not only in the field, but traveling through the airport as well.
The Hunter’s Backpack is available in both Mossy Oak Duck Blind and RealTree Max-4 camo patterns.
For more information, visit www.fabrand.com or call consumer inquiries at 800-423-3537.
Bushnell Outdoor Products is a global manufacturer and marketer of branded consumer products based in Overland Park, Kansas. Bushnell Outdoor Products sells its products worldwide under the Bushnell®, Tasco®, Serengeti®, Bollé®, Uncle Mike’s Law Enforcement®, Stoney Point®, Hoppe’s®, Butler Creek®, Cébé ®, Uncle Mike’s®, Final Approach®, Simmons® and Millett® brand names. For information about any of these brands or products, please contact Bushnell Public Relations at (913) 752-6105.
The GM-RBP1, manufactured by Global Military Gear, is an easy-to-install butt pad which simply slips onto the rear of any AR-15/M4-style 6-position stock without the use of any tools. To operate the monopod, simple pull out the monopod leg to the desired length and it will lock into place. The monopod not only offers four locking positions, each 1″ apart, but also offers an additional 4″ of fine-tuning length via a hand screw at the bottom of the monopod, for a total length of approximately 8″.
Having a monopod incorporated into the butt pad increases shooting accuracy by providing a stable shooting platform and also allows the shooter to concentrate on their shot instead of handling the rifle. When the monopod is not being used, the monopod retracts totally out of the way up into the recoil pad.
In addition, the GM-RPB1′s textured non-slip back helps prevent weapon slippage and is designed to withstand high impact recoils for maximum control.
As with all of The Mako Group’s products, the GM-RBP1 comes with a limited lifetime warranty.
“Today’s butt pad products do not traditionally include anything other than the actual butt pad, except for a few stocks that include an incorporated monopod. However, these expensive stock/monopod combination products typically range in price from US$200 – US$600 or more”, says Addy Sandler, The Mako Group’s CEO. “Our new recoil butt pad with an adjustable monopod (GM-RBP1) offers a totally unique butt pad design and innovative features at a very affordable price.”
GM-RPB1 retail pricing is $57.75. Additional information and pictures can be found at
To find your nearest dealer, call (631) 880-3396 or send an e-mail to email@example.com
About The Mako Group
The Mako Group manufactures, markets, and distributes innovative security products for law enforcement, the military, and the outdoors market. The company is headquartered in Farmingdale, New York and has offices in Atlanta, Georgia; Nixa, Missouri; and Anchorage, Alaska. The Mako Group is the sole source North American marketer for three Israeli security products companies – FAB Defense weapon accessories, Front Line holsters, and Sansolo EOD & Breaching devices. The Mako Group also manufactures and distributes Mako Defense weapons accessories products and exclusively markets Global Military Gear weapons accessories and tactical gear. Additional company and product information is available at www.themakogroup.com, or call (631) 880-3396 or send e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The standard B.A.S.H unit can be used not only as a fold-down bow holder and arrow quiver but also as a 360-degree steady rest, and optics mount. This durable aluminum system weighs a mere 2.5 pounds and collapses to 18″ and includes a convenient shoulder strap making it easy to carry.
Auxiliary accessories can increase the versatility of the B.A.S.H Tripod even further by adding a height adjustable stand-up shooting mount, a universal binocular mount, rifle rest, and perhaps most impressive, an integrated ground blind.
For more information on the products and accessories, or to purchase, please go to: www.bashtripod.com.
Sure Trak™ produces official licensed products of Mossy Oak/ Haas Outdoors Inc. Haas Outdoors Inc. is headquartered in West Point, Miss., was established in 1986 and is home of Mossy Oak (www.mossyoak.com). Mossy Oak specializes in developing and marketing modern camouflage designs for hunters and outdoorsmen. Mossy Oak patterns can be found on a multitude of products worldwide. Haas Outdoors Inc. is the outdoor industry leader in modern camouflage design, international licensing and marketing. Haas Outdoors Inc. markets its services and products under widely recognized brands including: Mossy Oak, BioLogic, Mossy Oak Productions, MOOSE Media, Nativ Nurseries, and Mossy Oak Properties.
Both kits feature different grits of sharpening stones which will allow knife users, enthusiasts and sportsmen to put a razor edge on all of their various knives. With our patented honing guides you can choose what angle that you wish to sharpen your knives with, and then have guaranteed repeatability during the sharpening process.
Both sharpening kits come in a durable pocketed canvas tote designed for easy convenient roll up and storage.
The Dura-Edge can be operated either hand-held or it may be mounted on a bench. The Advant-Edge can also be operated hand-held or by simply placing it on a flat surface.
Company President Morgan Taylor says “Our goal on these projects was to create an all-in one, easy to use, functional sharpening set. We have accomplished this with the Dura-Edge and Advant-Edge Sharpening systems.”
The Dura-Edge and Advant-Edge Sharpening Systems are available at many Schrade retailers.
For more information on Schrade knives and/or licensing opportunities, contact 423.247.2406.
About Schrade, Old Timer and Uncle Henry Knives: The Schrade brands have been in existence since 1904. The company was purchased by Taylor Brands in 2004 and is currently headquartered at Taylor’s worldwide distribution facility in Kingsport, Tenn. For more information, visit www.taylorbrandsllc.com
Backcountry Camp Knife – Model 975
Camp Saw and Knife Black – Model 923
Camp Saw and Knife Camo – Model 925
Camp Saw Black – Model 922
Camp Saw Camo – Model 924
Morgan, UT—Browning has introduced its new Backcountry Camp Knife and line of new Camp Saws. These new products give the serious outdoorsman the tools they need handle all kinds of chores in camp from chopping or sawing limbs for a fire, clearing brush to making space for a tent.
Backcountry Camp Knife. Browning’s new Backcountry Camp Knife is a handy addition to any outdoorsman’s pack. This fixed blade knife is constructed of Sandvik® 12C27 stainless steel in 6 ½” length. The handle is made of attractive brown linen Micarta® for a durable, attractive appearance. A top-grain leather sheath is supplied with outside pocket that holds a sharpening stone. Suggested Retail, $109.95.
New Folding Camp Saws. Browning’s new Camp Saws are designed by knife designer Russ Kommer and are unmatched in comfort in handling and features. The handle on the Browning Camp Saws is grooved and has a large tail radius to ensure a rock solid grip and comfort in hand. Handles are injection molded composite with rubber inlay. The high-carbon stainless steel push/pull blade maximizes cutting efficiency on both wood and when dressing game. Blades are made of 4116 stainless steel in 5 ¾” lengths. A unique sheath is supplied that can be worn in both horizontal and vertical positions.
The new Browning Camp Saw will be offered in combos that will include a folding knife with secure liner lock and thumbstud. Available with Black handles, New Camp Saw only, Suggested Retail, $19.95. Camp Saw and Knife combo in Black, Suggested Retail, $29.95. Camp Saw with Mossy Oak New Break-Up camo handles, Suggested Retail, $29.95. Camp Saw and Knife combo in Mossy Oak New Break-Up, Suggested Retail, $39.95.
These are the voyages of the Elcan Riflescope. It’s continuing mission, to provide ultimate shooting accuracy with quality digital image recording.
Captain’s log, star date 2010. We find ourselves in the Delta Quadrant facing down the Klingtrons, the alien of Rigel Prime. They have captured our science officer, Mr. Sprock, and I will not leave him to die at their hands. They have moved out of range amid the dangerous sulfur volcano rocks of Ganymede IV and my loyal crew is working to find a way to rescue him in that dangerous landscape.
Spotty, our head engineer, brought some gear up to the bridge. “Cap’n, we can save Mr. Sprock by these adjustments.” He held out several sleek-looking tools. “These are the Elcan Digital Riflescopes. They’ve got electronic ballistics compensation and will be perfect if we have to pick a fight on that desolate planet.”
“You can’t shoot the Klingtrons,” our tactical officer, Sasha Lar, spoke up. “They’ll claim self defense to the Planetary Alliance and then we’ll be grounded.”
“That’s why you use the automatic video capture to record that they have Mr. Sprock hostage,” Spotty replied, clicking buttons on the computer. “This will work, Captain. We can set the resolution on the video capture to high, to see the details in their faces. We can connect the video output port so that the Planetary Alliance can watch our rescue operation in real time. Or we can attach it to the USB drive and save the rescue video to show it to them later.”
“The shot’s too far,” Sasha said. “You’ve got to go in there with the shuttle, Captain. Transport Mr. Sprock out of there before it’s too late.” She ran her hands through her short hair.
“It’s not too far,” the chief engineer puffed. “Electronic ballistic compensation will enable us to hold where we want to hit. The electronic zoom helps in aiming without losing image quality. Magnification is accomplished electronically, centered about the designated center pixel and the aim point will not change at all during magnification changes like it does on a conventional scope, nor does resolution as we change from wide to narrow fields of view. We can set up the Digital Hunter for four different reticles, so we can pick reticles for any lighting or distance situation. Or we could use this one, the Digital Hunter Day Night Riflescope.”
He handed the scope to me, and I caught it. Its engineering was smooth and it felt heavy and comfortable in my hands. “This is good for the dusky twilight of Ganymede IV?”
Spotty nodded. “It utilizes the near infrared, so more light is available to the scope, for brighter images in low light situations. After dark, active night vision will enable us to be effective whether you want us to go in for surveillance, or to kill those Klingtron varmints.” Spotty smiled.
“You’ve convinced me,” I said to Spotty. “Set up an away team. Set up the Elcan Digital Hunter Riflescopes on our weapons.” I pulled out my ray gun. “I’m going with you.”
Spotty smiled. “Do you want instant replay?” He started to adjust the settings on the scopes, which seemed very easy to do, even for him. “We can capture video or still photographs, and set a shot activated video or photograph capture set for a five second sequence before, after, or a combination of before and after the shot.”
I thought of my dependable friend, Mr. Sprock being held by those despicable Klingtrons, and I shrugged my shoulders. “Just set it so that they never kidnap one of my crewmembers again. I took the Elcan Digital Hunter and attached it easily to my ray guy. “These Klingtrons won’t know what hit them.”
Captain’s Log, star date 2010b. We took the Elcan Digital Hunter Riflescopes, attached to our ray guns down to the surface of Ganymede IV today to rescue our science officer, Mr. Sprock. The mission was a success. Mr. Sprock was so impressed with the riflescopes that he is now studying them for applications to integrate their superior technology into our ship’s navigation and tactical systems. The Elcan Riflescopes are an amazing piece of engineering.
Zeiss Victory Riflescope sat down and loaded up his Facespace page. He had just come back from a whitetail hunt and he had pictures to load on his page to share with his friends. The whitetail image was so clear, his Lotu Tec lens coating with fully T* multicoating on all air-to glass surfaces provided superior light transmission and optimum contrast in the twilight hunt. The pictures showed his large field of view. He was full of precision adjustments and he made them work, getting on target quickly and accurately. His buddies would be impressed with the photos.
He then checked his home page updates and saw that his brother, Zeiss Victory Varipoint Riflescope had written a note about his bighorn sheep hunt. He told how his illuminated red dot worked to give a superior shot. He was such a flexible guy, his red dot changed when his magnification changed so that his bighorn was never obscured. He also mentioned how his diet was going, Varipoint was so lightweight and ultra-compact.
Moving on to his friends list, he saw that they had many different objective sizes, reticle configurations and laser rangefinding capabilities. His newest friend, Zeiss Victory FL Diavari Riflescope was precisely recording the great distances of the shots he had made. He described how his FL glass eliminated color fringing. He had also become a fan of two ballistic compensation options, BDC ballistic turrets, and Rapid-Z. That guy was also a fan of both mobile and Western hunters.
On his side bar he noticed that Victory Diavari Riflescope had started up a game of Hunterville, earning high points for accuracy and clarity. His brilliant optical performance, elegant ergonomic design, LotuTec lens coating, and choice of reticles had given him a lot of points for the game. He would soon be able to bag an elephant in the game with the heavy recoil that he could withstand. It was just another excuse to show off his 50 mm or larger objective lens.
The Victory Diarange Rangefinding Riflescope popped up on his screen, showing off his children. He had pictures of Optics, showing off his power and high-performance. His child, Laser Rangefinder, was shown showing off his supreme accuracy, unparalleled speed and precision with his RAPID-Z ballistic reticle. His daughter, LED Display, was excelling in her classes, she had awards in aiming, ranging, and shooting in one smooth motion and her laser was eye safe, class 1.
Just as he was about to close his session, Zeiss Conquest Riflescope popped up a chat window and said, “Hey buddy.”
“Hey. How’s it going?”
“Pretty good. The wife’s got me working. She knows that I can stand up to the most abusive recoil and demanding terrains, and she’s got me working hard. I’m ready for a vacation. But you should see the house. My Zeiss MC coating gives us enhanced light transmission, anodized finishes, and now we’re waterproof, dust proof and nitrogen filled to prevent fogging.”
“You ought to hold up well in all kinds of weather.”
“Yep. See ya at the shoot tomorrow. I’m inviting everyone on my Facespace page.”
He laughed. “With Zeiss Riflescopes, we’ll have an exciting competition.”
Overland Park, KS. — Bushnell introduces the Legend® Ultra HD 15-45×60 spotting scope.
This spotter fits easily into a backpack making it perfect for backcountry hunting trips, and is light enough to use on car window mounts. It has twin dual speed focus controls which provide both rapid focus for moving subjects or low power use, and the ability to slowly fine tune focus when viewing at higher power or closer distances. The mid size spotter has a wide field of view, and a straight eyepiece with a zoom range from 15-45 power.
The new Legend 60mm scope features the patented Bushnell RainGuard® HD lens coating for better moisture dispersion and easier cleaning.
Extra-low Dispersion (ED) glass is employed on the Legend Ultra HD spotting scope to give the sharpest and clearest image available by ensuring that all colors in the light spectrum are focused to the same plane.
The 15-45x60mm Legend Ultra-HD spotting scope also features a retractable sun shade, twist-up eyecup, and rotating tripod mounting collar. A soft case and table-top tripod are included.
Field of Viewft @1000 yds.
For more information, go to www.bushnell.com.
Bushnell Outdoor Products is a global manufacturer and marketer of branded consumer products based in Overland Park, Kansas. Bushnell Outdoor Products sells its products worldwide under the Bushnell®, Tasco®, Serengeti®, Bollé®, Uncle Mike’s Law Enforcement®, Stoney Point®, Hoppe’s®, Butler Creek®, Cebe®, Uncle Mike’s®, Final Approach®, Simmons® and Millett® brand names. For information about any of these brands or products, please contact Bushnell Public Relations at (913) 752-6105.