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Featured Gear in our Winter 2007 Issue


Gerber’s Torch | Tanto is a serrated-edge, lockback knife that allows easy, one-handed opening via a dual thumbstud. The drop-point Tanto-style blade measures 2.7 inches and the knife’s overall length is 6.3 inches. The blade is made of 440A stainless steel. A finger flip doubles as a finger guard and a pocket clip makes the knife quickly accessible. Contact Gerber at www.gerbertools.com.

mothwing.jpg Mothwing Camo Technologies offers a new waterproof jacket and pant featuring the company’s Hydrowing design. The lighweight, flexible clothing is made with 100 percent polyester, micro-brushed 240-gram tricot, which protects against the elements while remaining quiet. Waterproof pockets are designed to protect electronics, calls and other valuable equipment. Mothwing offers clothing in its Winter Mimicry 2.0, Mountain Mimicry 2.0, Fall Mimicry 2.0 and Canyon Mimicry 2.0 patterns, allowing hunters to blend into any surrounding. Contact Mothwing Camo at (800) MOTH-WING or www.mothwing.com.

Hunter's Specialties Hunter’s Specialties is offering a series of special edition hats to help support breast cancer awareness. Men’s and women’s hats are available through the on-line H.S. Logo Shop in a total of five versions. The hats sport the breast cancer awareness pink ribbon. All profits will go to the Susan G. Koman Foundation to help raise awareness and search for a cure. Contact Hunter’s Specialties at www.hunterspec.com.

Brunton Brunton’s Echo midsize camo binoculars are available in 8x32mm and 10x32mm models weighing only 21 ounces for easy carrying with plenty of magnification. Brunton’s Emerald Fire fully multi-coated lenses and BaK-4 prism glass deliver crisp images. The binoculars are also waterproof, fogproof, and backed by a five-year warranty. Twist-up eyecups provide adjustable eye relief for eyeglass wearers. Rubber armoring and Mossy Oak camo make ideal for turkey hunting. Contact Brunton at www.brunton.com.

A Fork In The Road Tom Kelly, author of the legendary Tenth Legion, has written his 11th book, A Fork in the Road. This is Kelly’s first “how-to” book describing his hunting tactics and how he uses various equipment. Written for the novice hunter, the new title discusses the art of map reading, using a compass, patterning a shotgun, setting up in the woods and how to practice owl hooting and crow calling. There is also a special section from Lovett Williams Jr. on practicing turkey calls and a bonus two-hour DVD. Contact Tom Kelly Inc. at (800) 852-0662 or www.tomkellyinc.net.

Midland Radio Midland Radio has released a new series of extreme long-range, waterproof, two-way radios. The GXT850 radios use the maximum 5 watts of power allowed by the FCC to provide up to 26 miles of range. The rechargeable radios come with three power settings to conserve battery life during longer hunts. There are 22 channels available in both General Mobile Radio Service and Family Radio Service frequencies, with 142 privacy codes, providing 3,124 channel options. More features include a silent mode, full channel scan and NOAA All Hazards Weather Alerts. The radios include headsets, belt clips, a desktop charger and AC and DC adaptors, and are covered in Mossy Oak camo. Contact Midland Radio Corp. at (816) 241-8500 or www.midlandradio.com.

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