Glassing For Big Game at SCI

Choosing the right optics is a fun yet wallet cringing part of any hunting excursion.

Then, once you have bought optics, do you know how to glass properly? Outdoor writer Tom Claycomb’s seminar here at the 2015 Safari Club International Convention ( )  provided relevant information for hunters of every age and skill range regardless of price tag.

Tom is a veteran outdoor writer and the information he gives is genuine and proven, and one can tell quickly because of the stories he has from years of living in the Western mountains.

Claycomb began his seminar relating to each hunter in the room by telling his stories of being an unbeliever in methodical glassing years ago. He tells a story of once having 24 different vehicles drive by him and a friend on a road right below them, but nobody had seen the two bucks they were watching, bedded down at the top. Nobody had seen the deer but they had because of taking the time to sit and glass. Claycomb told many stories which reminded all of us to take the time to glass.

Tom Claycomb
Tom Claycomb

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