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Hunting optics and Alaskan adventures

Matthew Burgess discusses some Alaskan adventures and hunting optics this week
Luke Clayton
Matthew Burgess discusses some Alaskan adventures and hunting optics this week

This week Luke visits with Matthew Burgess with Stealth Vision (www.stealthvision.com). Matthew is a veteran guide in Alaska and the mountain states in the U.S. Matthew discusses the need for quality optics, regardless where one hunts and talks a bit about his adventures up in Alaska and hunts on the Jumping Horse Stock ranch near Ennis, Montana.

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