I am a professional hunter – but a really amateur writer. I just like taking notes and sharing about my personal experiences in hunting, more specifically, using optics products. So, I create this blog page https://scopeslife.com/.
Why I Start Blogging All of Sudden?
I have used optics products for almost ten years. And I hardly start any hunting game without checking the ones in my package. Using optics, I can spot the animals from the far away, focus on and then CATCH them! Sometimes, rather than shooting anything, I just want to enjoy the natural life. Imagine putting on the spotting scope and watching a bald eagle in the sky.
What a sight!
I own so many optics that my friends call me an almost-expert in hunting optics. They have told me several times: “Hey, what you talk about scopes is really useful. Why don’t you write and share it with others?”
I know it might be just a kind-hearted compliment, but from then, the idea of Scopeslife blog became bigger and bigger. Eventually, I introduce this blog page.
Hope you guys enjoy!
What to Expect from Scopeslife.com?
If you are newbie hunters, obviously, you should have at least one optic. It is time you got confused with so many hunting optics available. That might be the result why you have searched and found my blog.
As I have said, this blog is the place to note all about hunting optics. So I will focus on four topics:
Every hunter needs, at least, a binocular. What I like about this kind of optic is that it is easily portable. All I need to do is to put it on my neck and I can see things in distance without moving.
What’s more, a pair of binoculars is often cheaper than other comparable optics.
A spotting scope reminds you of a telescope, right? In fact, it is a kind of telescope but smaller in size and supports the upright vision.
I recommend spotting scopes, instead of a binocular, if you need more magnification, such as in bird watching, surveillance, viewing landscape, wildlife, and other distant objects.
Riflescopes are mostly attached to the hunter’s gun. With a series of lenses, this device supports magnification and some type of reticle. That way, the hunter will not have to impact the bullets.
From its name, you can guess the primary role of this optic. It is to determine how long away the target is. A rangefinder scope.
Though the rangefinder often requires a special mount and is also a bit bulky sometimes, this optic is widely used for its automatic measurement. Just forget about cumbersome manual calculation.
I Share to Be Shared
Binocular or scope, each is useful for your hunting games in different ways. If you want to know more, feel free to take a quick tour around. There is a likelihood that you will find detailed reviews on the best quality and on-budget optics.