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MOJO Triple Threat is a three-part predator calling system that furnishes all the components needed for a successful hunt: a user-friendly remote control caller, viable out to 350 yards and designed to offer high quality sound; MOJO’s most popular predator decoy; and a tripod that gets soundwaves generated by the caller above most blockages that would distort them. The Triple Threat was designed by MOJO’s Terry Denmon, who has called all types of predators for many years on four continents. Triple Threat features include: a cone speaker for quality sound; the built-in MOJO Critter Decoy that stores in the handle; the tripod supporting the unit; an SD card with 100 proven sounds and an on-board memory; a dual system that plays sounds loaded on any standard up to 32 GB SD card or from on-board sounds; and a high-quality housing of PC. MSRP is $239.99. Visit www.mojooutdoors.com or call (866) 216-6656.

 

Federal Ammunition recently added 15 new sub-gauge product options to its popular Federal Premium High Over All (HOA) product line. HOA shotshells are engineered for elite trap, skeet and sporting clays shooters, and more reloads per shell, the company says. Their hard, high-antimony lead payloads and wads produce consistent patterns, while the solid brass head and hull design make reloading easier. HOA shotshells are now available in new 20 and 28 gauge loads, and .410 bore options. The HOA product line now offers 31 options: 16 in 12 gauge, five in 20 gauge, five in 28 gauge, plus five .410 bore loads. Packed in 25-round boxes HOA shotshells come in No. 7-1/2, 8, 8-1/2, or 9 shot sizes and a variety of payload weights, velocities and dram options. MSRP is $16.99 to $22.99 depending on the product and gauge. Visit www.federalpremium.com, or call (800) 831-8100.

 

Fall turkey hunters might want to look at Swagger Bipods’ QD Series. These bipods, according to Swagger, revolutionize how hunters might approach their sport. The QD42 model, for example, provides hunters with portability and strength. Weighing just 15 ounces and extending from 14 to 42 inches, QD42 offers adaptability. Adjust the bipod’s height with the push of a button for different shooting scenarios, seated or in a ground blind. A stable shooting platform enhances accuracy, even in the most challenging conditions. And the QD series helps hunters use both hands to run a slate or box call. MSRP is $129.99. Visit www.swaggerbipods.com or call (308) 675-3017.

 

Rinehart Targets has a new addition to its line of lifelike 3D targets, the 2024 Signature Series Black Bear Target. Meticulously crafted with realistic details and constructed from Rinehart’s signature solid, self-healing foam, this target is designed to closely mimic black bear anatomy. The target simulates a 200-pound black standing on all fours. The target’s 26 inches high, 44 inches long dimensions, natural positioning and artistic features create a lifelike representation, invaluable for authentic practice. The target’s durable self-healing foam can endure the continuous impact from the fastest arrows, yet allows easy arrow removal. Also, the replaceable locking insert can eventually be changed out for a new one (sold separately) to further enhance the target’s longevity. MSRP is $399.99. Visit www.rinehart3d.com or call (608) 757-8153.

 

Fiocchi has a new line of Tungsten Super Shot (TSS) turkey loads. Boasting dense patterns, deep penetration and long-range performance, Fiocchi’s Golden Turkey TSS raises the bar for turkey hunters seeking superior results. Golden Turkey TSS is available in 3-inch offerings for 12, 20 and 28 gauge and .410 bore. The ammo is engineered to provide hard-hitting knockdown power, using 18g/cc tungsten shot. Golden Turkey 12 gauge loads come in 1-5/8-ounce, 1,200 fps, No. 7 and No. 9 shot. The 20 gauge loads come in 1-3/8-ounce, 1,225 fps, No. 9 shot. The 28 gauge loads are 1-1/16-ounce, 1,350 fps, with No. 9 shot. And the .410 loads are 1-3/16-ounce, 1,100 fps, with No. 9 shot. MSRP varies by gauge, from $58.99 for 12 gauge, $49.99 for .410. Visit FiocchiUSA.com or call (417) 725-4118.

 

Professional bass angler Jeff “Gussy” Gustafson and Northland Fishing Tackle have created two new Smeltinator-style that some are calling this year’s hottest new bass fishing color. The jig and his “moping” technique have dominated Canadian tournaments The Smeltinator features a Gamakatsu hook, lifelike 3D holographic eyes and a universal ribbed baitkeeper to keep plastics on the jig head. It comes in 14 colors, four sizes (1/8- to 1/2-ounce) and five hook sizes (1/0 through 5/0). The Smeltinator Underspin mirrors the Smeltinator, but what makes it unique is the compact, nickel-plated willow blade for added flash and vibration to mimic small baitfish. The Underspin comes in six colors, three sizes (1/4-, 3/8- and 1/2-ounce), and three hook sizes (2/0, 3/0 and 4/0) MSRP is $7.99 for three jigs per card for both Smeltinators. Visit shop.northlandtackle.com.

 

Sturm, Ruger & Company is now offering 36 new configurations of the Ruger American Rifle Generation II, which includes 18 configurations of the new Predator variant of this popular rifle. Predator rifles are available in the full Gen II caliber assortment, from traditional predator calibers like .204 Ruger up to .300 Win Mag. Gen II Predator models feature a durable, burnt bronze Cerakote barreled action, and a green synthetic stock textured with black and bronze splatter. The longer 22-inch medium contour, cold hammer-forged barrels have deep spiral fluting on most models, improving the rifle’s balance. The threaded muzzle features a factory-installed radial muzzle brake. The rifles have a three-position safety with a locking stainless steel bolt. The new Predator rifles, combined with the launch of 11 new Standard models and seven new Ranch models in various calibers, round out the American Rifle Gen II lineup. MSRP on the new Predator rifles ranges from $619 to $699, depending on model. MSRP on other American rifles varies by model. Visit Ruger.com or call (336) 949-5200.

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