The new Bog-Pod Rapid Shooting Rest portable shooting platform from Battenfield Technologies is compact, collapsible and portable to meet the needs of outdoor enthusiasts.
Easy to store in a backpack, and quick to set up, Bog-Pod will give hunters the accuracy and range to make that big game shot on the fly.
Bog-Pod is constructed of heavy-duty cast aluminum and polymers with easy-to-deploy tripod legs on non-marring rubber traction feet. A twist lock sets main elevation adjustment with a 7-11” height range. It collapses to 12.8 inches long and weighs just 21.6 ounces.
Bog-Pod lists for $44.99 at btibrands.com and can be found at most sporting goods stores.
Burris has added the Signature HD 20-60x85mm spotting scope, which takes glassing to a higher level and is built for those who are passionate about optical performance at long distances.
The apochromatic lens system eliminates color fringing and delivers edge-to-edge resolution at any magnification. Premium HD glass provides maximum light transmission under any condition.
A built-in sunshade eliminates glare in bright conditions and keeps dust, rain and snow off the lens. The ergonomic, lightweight and durable design makes it easy to handle and keeps the lens well protected.
The scope has a 20-to-60 times zoom eyepiece with a large ocular that offers a wide field of view. An angled eyepiece makes it easy to use whether standing or prone. The scope is waterproof, fog-proof, shock proof and covered by warranty.
The 85mm Signature scope lists for $1,895. Go online to burrisoptics.com
Guidefitter is an online hub for guided hunting and fishing adventures. You can book your next excursion with its extensive list of outfitters or share your trophies on the Braggin’ Wall.
Would you like to know what to take on your next outdoor adventure? Ask at Guidefitter’s new Q&A feature on its website and app, and the answer will come from a Guidefitter Verified Pro.
For more information, go to guidefitter.com, send email to email@example.com or download the app from Google Play or the App Store.
The classic Upland Featherweight boots are back in Browning’s new line of trail shoes and boots in men’s and women’s sizes for hiking, hunting and work.
Trail shoes come in three styles and feature sets. For big-game hunting, the Buck Shadow boot is full of innovation and available in a variety of insulation thicknesses and camo patterns.
Rubber boots and slip-on work boots also are offered.
Features adding comfort and stability include OutDry waterproof technology, Thinsulate insulation, Silent Cell single-injected midsoles and SymmPlate, an integrated external shank.
For more information, go online to browningfootwear.com.
Duck Commander has launched the new Jase Robertson Pro Series duck calls in models called Hi-Ball, Tigerwood and Acrylic, and they are among the easiest calls to blow that Duck Commander has produced.
The new calls are made by hand in West Monroe, LA. They provide versatility in the pitch, whether the hunter is trying to reach high-flying ducks or soft calling to birds that are circling and attempting their final approach to the decoy setup.
List prices are $39.95 for Hi-Ball, $59.95 for Tigerwood and $64.95 for Acrylic Duck. Go online to duckcommander.com or call (318) 387-0588.
Buck Knives has released the 101 Hunter, a fixed-blade version of its famous model 110 Folding Hunter.
The 3¾”, 420HC stainless steel blade provides a sturdy option for hunters looking for a clip-point, fixed-blade knife. With its Macassar Ebony Dymondwood handle and a brass bolster, this version is nearly identical to its predecessor.
The 101 Hunter is easy to clean and weighs nearly two ounces less than the 110 Folding Hunter, yet offers the same blade capabilities in a full tang blade knife with equal skinning capability.
The 101 Hunter is made in the U.S. and lists for $100 with leather pouch at buckknives.com.
Sentinl introduces an innovative biometric gun lock, Identilock, that not only keeps unwanted fingers off your trigger but gives you access in less than a second with a touch your fingerprint.
Identilock incorporates speed, usability and practicality with unmatched safety and security. It takes 300 milliseconds – literally the blink of an eye – for the fingerprint sensor to identify the user and provide access to the firearm.
The system allows up to three users and is compatible with any USB Type-C charging outlet. It takes up to four hours to charge and lasts on stand-by mode for up to six months on a single charge.
Identilock lists for $239 and is available at Cabela’s. The first round includes locks for Smith & Wesson M&P Shield 9mm/.40, and M&P 9mm, SDS9; Ruger 1911 & Colt 1911; Sig Sauer P226 & P229; and Glock Double Stack. For more information or to buy one, go to getidentilock.com.
Mammoth Coolers is offering new Mossy Oak coolers and tumblers, including:
• Break-Up Country Mammoth Ranger Cooler 65.
• Rover Tumbler with Mossy Oak logo, 20 oz. or 30 oz.
• Chillski Drink Holder with Mossy Oak logo, 12 oz.
The tumblers keep ice up to 36 hours and hot liquids up to 12 hours. Chillski keeps drinks colder up to 10 times longer than standard drink holders. Color options include stainless, crimson, forest green, dark blue and pink. The drink holder fits a 12-ounce can or bottle.
The heavy duty, roto-molded cooler has camo decoration with non-slip surfaces on the lid and front, 65-quart capacity and a lifetime warranty. It keeps ice up to 10 days.
The cooler, tumbler and drink holder are available at mammothcooler.com and will be offered at stores nationwide. List prices for the tumblers and drink holder are $15.99 to $19.99. The cooler lists for $400.
Hazard 4 intoduces Longshot, a high-grade, dedicated rifle/shotgun transporter bag made with high quality and rugged features.
Longshot can fit most assault rifles up to AK47 length, and the internal tie-down system adapts to hold any rifle configuration in place with optics and magazine inserted for a fast time to that first shot.
One side of the full-length organizer compartment uses Velcro for holster and patch, and the other side is a rifle-specific organizer panel with adjustable magazine and ammo pouches plus a molle field for polymer holsters.
Longshot lists for $299.99. For more information about Hazard 4 and all of its products, go online to hazard4.com.
Mojo Outdoors introduces King Mallard, the biggest advancement in motion decoys since the advent of the spinning wing decoy.
Spinning wing decoys are designed to attach the motor, battery and other components inside a rigid body, resulting in vibration, wobble and noise.
King Mallard attaches those components directly to the support pole using a specially designed structural housing. The housing fits inside a flexible decoy skin, using a drop-in, rechargeable battery and remote receiver, resulting in a smoother, quieter and faster decoy. Nothing is supported by the body.
King Mallard lists for $169.99 and is available from dealers or go online to mojooutdoors.com.