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Gear Test: The 6 Best ATVs for Hunters

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We put the latest crop of machines to the test to find the best one for the field

We set out to find the best ATVs and side-by-side UTVs for in-field use. We put 18 units through our vehicle boot camp to determine the toughest, most useful machines on…

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