TRIJICON NIGHT SIGHT
Trijicon is a manufacturer of high-quality night sights for handguns, M16s, and AR15s. With Trijicon night sights, you can expect increased accuracy and same-speed instinctive shooting. Trijicon's night sights are shock resistant and feature Tritium illumination, so shots you make in low-to-no light applications will be more accurate than they have ever been before.
Trijicon realizes that everyones' tastes will be different, so it manufactures its night sights with a few different lamp color options. It's a good idea to choose different colors for the front and rear lamps for increased ease-of-use. However, if you prefer green for both the front and the rear, you can find Trijicon scopes on this website that fit that requirement perfectly.
Who Depends on Trijicon Night Sights?
If you're curious about the quality of Trijicon's products, it's worth noting that its scopes are used daily in many professional applications. Trijicon scopes are standard issue at hundreds of municipal and county departments across the country. A large number of state police departments and federal agencies also rely on Trijicon scopes for precision shots in less-than ideal firing situations.
Here at BullsEye Gun Accessories, you can find Trijicon night sights for a huge assortment of firearms. Regardless of the type of gun that you have, you will find that Trijicon scopes when purchased here are quite affordable, and priced lower than what our competition charges. All orders are shipped out as soon as possible, and if you have any questions, you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. At BullsEye Gun Accessories, we strive to make your online shopping experience as easy and quick as possible, so you can spend more time enjoying the hobby you love and less time surfing the Internet.
My First Elk Hunt
My first elk hunt was a tough, painful but good learning experience. It was then that I learned that hunting elk is nothing like hunting mule deer. Elk are tough animals to hunt, tough to kill and tough drag out of the hills. There’s nothing ever easy when it comes to hunting these animals.
I spent 5 days of back busting hiking and bushwhacking on my first elk hunt. I came home empty handed and with a bruised spirit. But I never gave up and kept on hunting them for 5 years before I was able to put the hammer down on my first one.
So for 5 straight years I learned how to hunt these majestic critters. I came close to bagging an elk during those 5 years but was never able to seal the deal. I was beginning to think that I’d never kill one. The old saying is true…Never, never give up.
People had told me how difficult they are to hunt and you never really know until you actually go out and experience the hunt for yourself.
Saw 40-50 Mule Deer
Last Sunday a few of us from here decided to go hiking up a steep, wild mountain. We’ve been up this thing a few times in the past so it brought back some good memories and some sore legs. We started hiking around 1:30 pm due to the weather and even then the wind was blowing off of the snowy peaks and had a good wind chill factor to it.
We ended up making it about 80% of the way to the top and we ended up seeing around 40-50 mule deer in just a square mile. They seemed to be everywhere. We took some footage of one herd that we ran into and we’ll tell you up front that the sound and quality isn’t professional. With the wind blowing and the camera man breathing heavy because of the hike. However you still get to see some muleys. We bumped a herd of muleys out of every canyon and ravine on this mountain.
There definitely wasn’t a high winter kill this year. It’s nice to have a mild winter for a change. It’s also good too see a high number of deer like this especially when our mule deer herds are struggling.
Having a Good Hunting Pack is Vital
We’ve all gone through learning processes over the span of our lives. I learned around the age of 21 that a good hunting pack is very important. Before that I used whatever I had at the time. I had some painful lessons before that. Last year I was able to get my mule deer out in one load because I had a great pack. Making two trips which would equal 6 miles was not something that I wanted to do. Especially since the first 3 miles are uphill.
I was patting myself on the back as I was carrying all of that meat and antlers down the trail for having a good pack. I thought to myself that if I wasn’t able to fit all of the meat and my gear into this pack in one load I’d be in for a rodeo and some aching legs.
Yes, a good-quality hunting pack is necessary.
Hunting Polar Bears and Michele Leqve
I’m sure it’s safe to say that not many of us have had the chance to go out and hunt a polar bear. Michele Leqve had the chance and killed a huge polar bear and with her bow no less. She became the first female to kill one of these great white monster bears. She also took a lot of crap from the granola crunchers for doing it.
We want to say good job and congrats on the nice bear you killed Michele. When something like this happens hunters and huntresses need our full support. It was great to see how many hunting and sportsmen’s groups rallied together and defended her.
Hunting one of these arctic giants should be on everyone’s hunting wish list. They’re definitely on ours.