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    falconstare
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    Which one would you take when go out for hunting? Binoculars or spottting scope?

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    falconstare
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    Which one would you take when go out for hunting?

    Binoculars or spottting scope?

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    wyshadow
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    I would think binoculars are more for hunting and spotting scopes are for target practice and bench rest shooting. I take a 6x monocular because of the wider field of vision and the ease of storing it in my pocket. If I see something interesting, I’ll switch to my rifle’s scope.

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    bill_dd97
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    I carry binoculars to the field.

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    Ropechucker
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    Binoculars, 10X…a 20-60X spotting scope would be real impractical in an air-gun hunting situation.

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    ztirffritz
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    I take a monocular.  It’s cheap but it does the job.  I won’t lose sleep if it should be lost or damaged.

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    Rchr
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    Binos 

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    Bwalton
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    Range finder 7X28

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    fr8rbum747
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    Range finder and one of the grand kids…always better to take one of them with me into the woods for a day.  They get a chance to shoot and retrieve the game plus learn outdoors skills.
    Having them with me assures that we take our time practicing the stalk and the young eyes see things that are getting past grand dad these days.

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    Mentolio
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    fr8rbum747: that is awesome, keep taking those kids out with you. 

    As as far as what to take with me: I’m with bwalton. I only bring a range finder. I can’t afford binos with the kind of glass that has good magnification and a wider field of view than the scope on my rifle, so why bother?

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    JohnL57
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    Nikon travelite compact binos (around $100) and rangefinder, I call it my “hunting jewelry”-too many sore necks from looking through the scope!

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    Robonline
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    “ztirffritz”I take a monocular.  It’s cheap but it does the job.  I won’t lose sleep if it should be lost or damaged.

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    Monocular is what I bring. Light nd does the job.
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