Field tested the Bino system

Kraven

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All I can say about the Crooked Horn Bino system is that they are fantastic.My neck didnt hurt at all while on the Texas hunt.The binocs were easy to get up to my eyes and had no problems with them at all.I would give them 2 thumbs up. :D :D
 

Muledeer4me

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Kraven,They really make carring bino's nice.
I sure would not want to go back to a stap.
It took me a while to get Steve to try a pair,now he is hooked.
 

JASON LEE

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Kevin do you know of any place that I can buy these on-line, I love my swaroskis, but dammm there heavy
 

Calif. Hunter

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Jason - Cabella's sells them. I ordered mine online. I sure do love them! Mine don't say "Crooked Horn" on them, they say "Cabellas" but they are the same thing. Kraven and I talked about how much we like them.
 

Oak

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I've used the Crooked Horn system for about 3 years (since I bought my 3 pound Zeiss). I love it!!

Oak
 

Kraven

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Anaconda the main reason I got them is because my binocs are heavy and hurt my neck.If your binocs bother your neck then I would get a pair if they dont then I wouldnt worry about getting one.They only other plus is that they are readily available at your chest.
 

A-con

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Do you guys think there worthwhile for light weight binos ?
I use a pair of Nikon ATB 8X40s at 19 oz
 

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