Taking Care of Your Optics After the Hunt
Michael Wunnicke, of Leupold, gives advice on taking care of your optics after the hunt with Rusty McDaniels of Mossy Oak. You can run them under some water or use a lens cloth to get the dust off the lenses. Leupold provides cloths with their optics to help keep them clean. You can also use cann...
What the Gold Ring Guarantee Means
Bruce Pettet, CEO of Leupold, explains what the Gold Ring Guarantee that Leupold stands by means with Kevin Tate of Mossy Oak. Bruce provides some insight into the Leupold brand and culture, taking pride in their American-made optics. Because they take so much pride in their products, they guaran...
Picking A Scope for Western Hunting
Michael Wunnicke, of Leupold, explains what goes into choosing the best scope for western elk hunting. When rifle hunting in western terrain, you want a versatile scope for the varied distances you’ll be hunting. The ability to adjust the power on the fly is an important feature for rifle hunting...
Tips on Glassing Western Terrain
Michael Wunnicke, of Leupold, provides tips for glassing western terrain with Rusty McDaniels of Mossy Oak. When you’re looking for elk in the open, mountain landscape, use max magnification and extra power. Start by looking in the area closest to you first, and work your way out moving left to r...
Taking Care of Your Optics in the Field
Michael Wunnicke, of Leupold, provides and easy solution for taking care of your optics while in the field with Rusty McDaniels of Mossy Oak. You want to prevent the eye pieces from getting debris on the lenses, so keep your binoculars and rangefinder in their carrying case or pouch.
What is the Custom Dial System
Bruce Pettet, CEO of Leupold, explains the custom dial system to Kevin Tate of Mossy Oak while on an elk hunt in Colorado. Leupold’s Custom Dial System® (CDS®) helps you easily compensate for bullet drop and make ultra-quick adjustments on the fly. With CDS, you can match your exact load, velocit...