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FIVE STAR FRIDAY – RAZOR HD SPOTTING SCOPE 50MM

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“I call it the “Mini Razor.”  This lightweight and incredibly clear and bright spotting scope is the perfect addition to my backcountry kit. At a mere 1.5 lbs, the weight is packable and does not take up a ton of space in my pack. Mate the Razor with the Summit SS-P tripod and you have the ultimate lightweight long range optic package that will help you find your game and improve your hunt.”

– Jason Montagna

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DOUBLE SHOT: MY VORTEX STORY

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“Put my glass to work this weekend. Glassed this Buck up with my Razor HD 10×42, used my Razor 65mm spotter to make sure he was what I wanted, then dialed my Razor HD riflescope for 1082 yards and made a perfect shot! Then my buddy jumped behind the gun and shot this one right after I got mine!” – Jordan K.

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IT’S BACK! SUBMIT A REVIEW BY NOV. 30 AND YOU WILL BE ENTERED TO WIN A DIAMONDBACK 10X42!

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Click on the link below to go to our website to write your review or you can go to a specific product page to post your review. Good luck and thank you for choosing Vortex!

http://www.vortexoptics.com/content/product_reviews

 

THE NEW VORTEX NEWSLETTER IS OUT!

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If you aren’t already signed up, here is your chance. Check it out!

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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE VORTEX OPTICS VIDEO PRODUCTION TEAM

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Josh Ewing and Mike Jones won the 2014 WAVE (web audio visual excellence) Award for Best Corporate Image at the MCAi show on November 13, 2014. The WAVE Awards celebrates the best web, audio and video media productions created in the Greater Madison, WI area. The awarding winning video can be seen here.

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THANK YOU ALL WHO VOTED!

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Vortex is proud to have won two Optics Planet Brilliance Awards.

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Check out the award-winning products:

http://www.opticsplanet.com/vortex-spotting-scopes.html

http://www.opticsplanet.com/vortex-talon-hd-10×42-roof-prism-binocular.html

WOW! IMPRESSIVE!

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Alexander Arms .338 Lapua offhand, pouring rain, 780 yards – Razor Gen II 4.5-27×56

BREAKING DOWN THE GUTLESS METHOD

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It usually doesn’t take more than a few seconds after pulling the trigger on a successful hunt for someone to state the obvious: “Now the work begins!” While there can be months of hard work leading up to a hunt, it’s often the time directly after the shot that turns out to be the most difficult. The tasks of processing and packing are what typically lodge in our memory as being the most challenging aspects of the hunt—especially if we aren’t prepared.

Time can be a precious commodity—particularly during the early parts of the season—when it comes to field dressing a big game animal. The steps of gutting, skinning, quartering, and deboning can be quite daunting, especially on larger animals like elk. This process can literally take several hours for a single hunter. Being efficient at this task can ensure your hunt—and your meat—doesn’t get spoiled.

Over the last few years, the field dressing process known as the Gutless Method has become increasingly popular. There are two primary reasons for its popularity: one, it saves time, and two, it saves a mess. The Gutless Method allows a hunter to completely break down an animal without ever opening the body cavity. This can save 10-15 minutes (or more), as well as keep the fresh meat from being exposed to the internal organs (i.e., guts). Using this method, every scrap of edible meat is still obtained from the animal.

Here is a quick breakdown of the Gutless Method:

1. Get the hide off. With the animal lying on its side, skin the hide off the entire exposed side from the knees to the backbone. This leaves the neck, front shoulder, ribs, hind quarter, and backstrap exposed. NOTE: If you are planning on a shoulder mount, you’ll need to adjust your skinning process to accommodate those needs.
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