What is the best riflescope for small game hunting?
For rabbits and squirrels, you will want a scope with a variable magnification that will zoom down in a lower zoom range but also give you some mid level zoom ranging, like a 3.5-10 x 36. For prairie dogs, you will want a scope with higher magnifications, typically a scope that can dial the turrets or have a ballistic reticle. These scopes cover the variable magnification range perfectly for small game hunting.
What are the best binoculars for small game hunting?
Whether you’re chasing rabbits, squirrels or prairie dogs, Bushnell has the binocular for a successful hunt. Bushnell binoculars see the finest of details in the woods or on the open prairie even in low light. You’ll get the jump on your target more often.
What is the best rangefinder for small game 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 small game hunting?
With crystal clear optics and plenty of magnification power, spotters will let you scout your target without alerting it.
What is the best trail camera for small game hunting?
Trail cameras allow you to have “eyes in the woods” to scout the best places to hunt while leaving the animals less disturbed.
What is the best shotgun sight for small game hunting?
A red dot sight allows for fast aiming for small game. Bushnell’s red dots mount to most shotguns via the receiver rail and allow the shooter to focus on the target and make the most accurate shot on moving game.