Deer Hunting Gear


Buying deer hunting gear can be intimidating. We’ve chosen our favorite products to make it easier to buy for yourself or the hunter in your life.

What is the best riflescope for deer hunting?

Deer hunters need a short to mid range scope (3-9x40) that doesn’t have so much magnification that it’s hard to sight in on your target. It should also be durable, fog proof, and waterproof.

What are the best binoculars for deer hunting?

Deer hunting requires a balance of size, field of view and magnification. 10x36 binoculars are an archer’s dream with plenty of magnification in a small form factor. 8x and 10x42 binoculars are classic hunting configurations that gather incredible light.

What is the best rangefinder for deer hunting?

Rangefinders help the bow or rifle hunter calculate the distance to their target to help inform their shot. Pick a model that is light, compact, durable, easy to operate and has a bright, clear image to see the deer. For bow hunters, look for models with ARC Mode.

What is the best spotting scope for deer hunting?

Deer season is right around the corner and its time to start scouting! Bushnell spotting scopes are going to let dad see how deer are moving and which bucks made it through last season with crystal clear optics and plenty of magnification power.

What is the best trail camera for deer hunting?

The most successful deer hunts start long before the season begins. Trail cameras allow you to have “eyes in the woods” to scout the best places to hunt while leaving the animals less disturbed.


Whether you’re shooting a pistol, rifle, or shotgun, a red dot makes shooting faster and easier. With options that mount to Glock pistols and most shotgun/rifle rails, adding a Bushnell red dot will be an effortless way to make you more competitive.