DAY FOUR - Photo Gallery

A laser guide from Swarovski, a silent-shell jacket from Columbia and more.

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Swarovski Laser Guide 8x30
The new Swarovski Laser Guide 8x30 combines the highest quality standards of Swarovski SLC binoculars with the latest laser range-measuring technologies, packaged together in a comfortable, compact, lightweight instrument. The result is unparalleled performance in terms of image quality and accuracy ¿¿¿ even in poor weather and light conditions, as well as at long ranges. The result is that you have absolute certainty that you always aim at the right animal.

www.swarovskioptics.com

Gerber Meridian ¿¿¿ White/Green/Red L.E.D.
The Meridian is a multi-use hunting headlamp with a one-watt super-bright white regulated L.E.D. that maintains peak brightness longer without dimming during extended use. It offers three color modes: white with 30 lumens brightness up to 100 feet; red to preserve night vision or blinks intermittently for rescue; and green so you won't spook game. Over-the-head strap with rear battery back and three AA batteries included.

www.gerbergear.com

Columbia Silent-Shell Jacket
The Silent-Shell Jacket is one of Columbia's most popular jackets this season. It is made of 100% polyester Precision Soft Shell with 100% polyester MTR Light Fleece pocket linings. The features include: highly water resistant, breathable, wind resistant, hand warming pockets, and zip-closed chest pockets.

www.columbia.com

Canon 10x42L IS WP Binocular
The new 10x42L IS WP is the first waterproof binocular to incorporate Canon's exclusive Image Stabilizer technology for steady, shake-free viewing. With high quality L series optics, developed for Canon's professional photographic lenses, these new rugged and reliable binoculars are ideal for any outdoorsman.

www.usa.canon.com

Cabin Critters
These adorable creatures are designed by Melinda Collins. They make the perfect gift for junior or use them around the cabin to spice things up a bit. Choose from ducks, turkeys and even bats!

www.cabincritters.com