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ATA Show Day 1 Updates

by Justin Zarr 10. January 2012 12:03
Justin Zarr

Well, the first day of the 2012 ATA show is well under way and as always there's a TON of new products to check out. Here's a few of the the highlights from the show so far, starting with last night's party hosted by Outtech. There was free food, drinks and a live music performance by Josh Kelley. You know, the guy who's married to Katherine Heigl. Yeah, him. I'll let the photos tell the story for today's events so far. Hope you all enjoy it! There's plenty more to come after this.

 
Last night's Outtech Innovations show was a blast.  Not only was their food, beverages and entertainment, but we got to check out some of the great new products from companies like NAP, TruGlo, Flextone and ScentBlocker a day early.


Josh Kelley put on a great show for the crowd.


The morning crowd waiting to rush the show floor and start doing business.


My first stop of the day was to see Pat Hudak with Robinson Outdoor Products.  Pat was kind enough to show me the new Tree Spider Micro Harnress, which weighs just 1.7 pounds!  This great new addition to the Tree Spider line is sure to please a lot of bowhunters.  I know I'll be wearing one this fall.


The boys at Pine Ridge Archery have come out with a great new line of stablizers called the "Nitro Stabilizers". They are available in several camo patterns as well as the black tactical seen here. Their solid core design and shock fins kill vibration and noise, while allowing you to customize the look of your bow.


One of the very simple, yet very cool, new products for 2012.  The 3D Peep sight allows you to shoot distances well over 100 yards with the same sight you use to shoot 20 and 30 yards.  Thanks to an innovative design that utilizes two peep holes and a 2nd string loop to change your anchor point this nifty device makes it possible to extend your accuracy far beyond normal equipment.


Of course one of the most talked about new products is the Bowtech Insanity bow.  This new bow has a 6 inch brace height, measures 32 inches axle to axle, and produces speeds up to a whopping 355 fps.  On the down side, the bow is a bit heavy at 4.3 lbs.


The heart of the Insanity is the Binary cam system.


The new Deep Six line of broadheads from NAP is also getting a lot of attention.  The Big Nasty seems to be a "Big Hit".  If you want to learn more about the Deep Six broadheads click here.


Also new from NAP is the Killzone.  A 2 inch, 2 blade expandable broadhead that won't open in flight thanks to the unique spring-clip design.  No more O-rings!  The Killzone is available with a cut-on-contact razor tip, or a bone crunching Trophy Tip.  Click here to learn more about the new Killzone.


Another trail camera has hit the market - this time from the folks at Big Game treestands.  The Eyecon features a 5.0 megapixel camera and infrared "InvisiFlash".  More info coming on all of the new trail cameras for this year very shortly.


The EZ-Aim II trail camera mount is a very useful for positioning your trail camera anywhere you want it, regardless of how straight the tree is, or isn't.


New for 2012 the EZ Aim has been revised to accomodate cameras with tripod mounting screws in the back, rather than on the bottom.  A helpful improvement that will allow the EZ Aim to be used with just about any trail camera make or model.


G5 also has a 2 inch expandable broadhead for this year called the "Havoc".  It too features a blade retention system without any o-rings.


G5 also has a new line of quivers called the Head-loc.  At just $49 retail this quiver is a great value.  It features a vibration absorbing Exo-Flex hood and an extra mounting bracket for your tree.


The Gorilla girls were proudly showing off the new safety harnesses from Gorilla.


Speaking of safety harnesses, Lone Wolf has released the Alpha-Tech harness.  It features easy adjustments, a neoprene back and shoulders and neoprene-covered buckles for the ultimate in stealth.


The team over at Plano has developed a new line of high-end packs under the "Tenzing" name.  These packs feature kevlar-reinforced stress areas to ensure they can withstand any abuse you may be able to throw at them.  There are 10 packs available in the line all the way from small fanny backs to large full-frame packs.


I didn't have much of a chance to look at these, but they look sweet.  How can you go wrong with any product that keeps your feet warm when it's cold?  These insoles plus my HotMocs could be the greatest combination ever.

Stay tuned for more updates from tomorrow's show!

G5 Optix XR Bow Sight Review

by Dan Schafer 11. April 2011 17:11
Dan Schafer

Over the years, I have had a number of different sights on my bows, but never a really good one. This year I decided to upgrade to a higher quality sight and after a bit of research I decided on the G5 Optix XR with .019” pins. After just over a month of owning this sight I have fallen head over heels for it, and here’s why.

 

First glance shows bright pins and an easy to see white circle on the sight housing.


The first thing I noticed when I took this sight out of the package was the weight. Being it’s a micro-adjust, which I will get to in a bit, I expected it to weigh a little bit more than the mere 6 ounces that it does. This can be fully attributed to the fact that it’s made out of Magnesium Alloy. Magnesium Alloy is the lightest of all structural metals, is 32% lighter than aluminum, is equal in strength and has vibration-dampening qualities. The included Harmonic Damper also tames any extra vibration.

Magnesium Alloy Construction make this site light and the Harmonic Damper helps reduce any vibration.

After bolting it onto my Mathews Z7 Xtreme, it was time to start dialing it in. Never having owned a micro adjust sight before, I didn’t realize how easy this was going to be. The windage and elevation adjustments are extremely simple. Simply loosen the bolt with the included Allen Wrench, turn the micro adjust knob and tighten the bolt back up. This system makes even the slightest movements a breeze.

The micro adjust windage and elevation knobs are easy to use and sized right.

Besides the windage and elevations, the pins are micro-adjustable as well. Now, this is the only thing that took a little bit of practice for me. The first step is to loosen the bolt on the pin ¼ turn. The key here is not loosening that bolt more than the ¼ turn the directions call for, or the pin becomes too loose to micro adjust. Next, use the provided Allen Wrench and turn the small bolt on the side of the pin housing to move the pin up and down. Then, tighten the bolt on the pin. It did take me a couple of times to get this right, but once I did, micro-adjusting the pins is a snap.

To micro-adjust the pins, loosen the bolt on the pin 1/4 turn and then turn the bolt directly to the left of the corrosponding pin.

Another great feature of this site is the Floating Smart Pin. This pin is fully adjustable and can be used for multiple longer-range distances, without having a bunch of fixed pins. The adjustment knob for the floating pin is large enough, easy to use and also has white vinyl tape on it to mark different yardages as you site it in. Though I have not sighted in the floating pin yet, it will be a great asset for longer-range shots at the range and for Antelope hunting this fall in Wyoming.

The knob for the floating pin is very easy to turn and comes with white vinyl for marking yardages.

An extra neat little feature is an arrow bumper on the bottom of the sight housing. If you’re in a hurry to knock another arrow, you won’t have any unwanted noise if you bump the bottom of the sight. You can also purchase and L.E.D pin light that screws into the top of the housing where the fiber optic pins are, if this is legal in your state.

An arrow bumper on the bottom of the sight housing helps prevent any unwanted noise if the arrow bumps it.

Overall, I have been extremely pleased with the G5 Optix bow sight. Its light, easy to adjust and the pins are bright and easy to see. If you are in the market for a high quality sight I would definitely recommend taking a closer look and consider the G5 Optix line - you won’t be disappointed.

G5 Releases NEW Prime Bow.

by Bow Staff 13. December 2010 11:31
Bow Staff

With its proprietary and exclusive Parallel Cam Technology, this new line of premiums bows virtually eliminates CAM LEAN, making the bows more forgiving and more accurate at greater distances.

“The new Prime Bows will raise the bar in compound bow performance.” Stated President Matt Grace. “We are thrilled with the ingenuity our engineers and designers have shown in developing a product that effectively addresses one of the nagging problems in current bow designs.”

G5 Release Their New Line of Prime Bows to Their Impressive Line of Archery Products

The Parallel Cam Technology looks to make CAM LEAN a problem of the past as the new design balances the load equally on each side of the cable resulting in practically no CAM LEAN, reduced horizontal nock travel, and reduced limb fatigue. In addition to the Parallel Cam Design, the new Prime series offers a long list of unique features that make the bow truly one of a kind:

• Forged 7000 Series T6 Aluminum Riser is twice as strong as traditional 6061 T6 aluminum risers.
o -This durable design helps to increase riser stiffness and reduce shooter’s hand shock.
• C-1 Laminated Limbs
o These limbs utilize a cross weft design to significantly reduce torsional stresses in the limb resulting in improved consistency and accuracy
• GoreTM Fiber String & Cables
o o This proprietary string material is a blend of Gore TM performance fibers and BCYTM 452X.
o The Marriage of these tow industry leading technologies results in a superior string with less vibration, a reduction in noise, and increased durability.
• TI-Glide Titanium Flexing Cable System
o The Prime’s Flexible Titanium cable guard system reduces cam lean by 25% by reducing side load on the cables during draw. In conjunction with the Parallel Cam Design, cam lean is virtually eliminated.
• Shield Grip
o First of its kind in the industry, made of G10 material that repels water, odors or any other unwanted element. It stays dry and comfortable in the hand no matter the conditions.
• Available in Optifade TM Forest, Optifade TM Open Country , Realtree AP HD TM or Black
o Superior patterns for superior concealment

The revolutionary Prime bow is available in two models the Shift and the Centroid.

Shift Specs
• IBO Speed (FPS) 333
• Axle to Axle (in) 30”
• Brace Height 7”
• Mass Weight 4 lbs.
• Draw Length 26” – 30”
• Draw Weight (lbs) 40-50, 50-60, 60-70
• Centroid Specs
• IBO Speed (FPS) 330
• Axle to Axle (in) 34”
• Brace Height 7”
• Mass Weight 4.3 lbs
• Draw Length 27” – 31”
• Draw Weight (lbs) 40-50, 50-60, 60-70

Finally, Prime seeks to deliver the highest level of Quality Assurance in the Bow Industry. Every Prime bow is fully assembled and tune. G5 then takes the extra effort of cycling every bow 100 times on an automated cycling machine, and then super tunes the bow again. This process ensures that strings are properly stretched, and limbs and limb pockets have properly settled – eliminating the need to retune your bow after your first 100 shots.

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NEW Quest Torch Bow Aims for Young Hunters.

by Bow Staff 7. December 2010 09:29
Bow Staff

QUEST LIGHTS THE TORCH

New Quest Torch Bow Aims To Ignite Passion In Young Hunters.

Memphis, Mich., Quest BowhuntingTM, a division of G5 Outdoors, Introduces the new Torch Bow featuring the QS SD Cam Technology. With the release of this bow Quest targets the next generation of avid hunters so they too can enjoy all the great qualities that the Quest Bow line offers. The Torch gives young, small frame, women and intermediate hunters all of the features they need for a rewarding and enjoyable shooting experience.

“Quest is very proud to offer a bow that caters to the needs of the next generation of hunters. Stated Quest President and co-owner Matt Grace.  “Bowhunting is a great way for parents and their children to share a common love for the outdoors, and what better way to learn than with a Quest Torch.”
A Forged T6061 aluminum riser makes this bow durable and lightweight, allowing a hunter to make the most of his time in the field. 

The Torch’s Fuel:

The Torch features a forged T6061 aluminum riser – making it durable yet light weight.  The Bow
measures 33” axle-to-axle, has a 6” brace height, weighs in at 4.2 lbs and comes draw lengths ranging from 24” to 28” and draw weights in 30 to 45 pounds.  In addition, the Torch is available in the impressive and innovative GfadeTM finish including Pink AP Snow Camo or AP camo. 
 
An economical price of $399.99 in the GfadeTM pattern and $379.99 in Camo makes it very easy for someone to get their first bow.  The Torch continues Quest’s commitment to delivering superior performance and value to hard working, hard hunting archery enthusiasts. 
Quest Bowhunting: The Bowhunters’ Bow.

About Quest Bowhunting:
Quest Bowhunting™ is a family owned business backed by more than 40 years of precision manufacturing experience. Quest Bowhunting™ strives to provide superior Bowhunting products that enhance the archery experience.  To learn more about Quest, take a look at them on the web.

 

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G5 Goes Prime Time with Two NEW Bows!

by Bow Staff 11. October 2010 14:37
Bow Staff

G5 Outdoors Goes Prime Time

G5 Releases Their New Line of Prime Bows to add to Their Impressive Line of Products.

Memphis, Mich. - G5 Outdoors, a leading manufacturer in premium archery equipment and design introduces a revolutionary new bow line - PrimeTM .  With its proprietary and exclusive Parallel Cam Technology, this new line of premiums bows virtually eliminates CAM LEAN, making the bows more forgiving and more accurate at greater distances. 

“The new Prime Bows will raise the bar in compound bow performance.”  Stated President Matt Grace. “We are thrilled with the ingenuity our engineers and designers have shown in developing a product that effectively addresses one of the nagging problems in current bow designs.”

The Parallel Cam Technology looks to make CAM LEAN a problem of the past as the new design balances the load equally on each side of the cable resulting in practically no CAM LEAN, reduced horizontal nock travel, and reduced limb fatigue. In addition to the Parallel Cam Design, the new Prime series offers a long list of unique features that make the bow truly one of a kind: 

• Forged 7000 Series T6 Aluminum Riser is twice as strong as traditional 6061 T6 aluminum risers.
  This durable design helps to increase riser stiffness and reduce shooter’s hand shock.
• C-1 Laminated Limbs
  These limbs utilize a cross weft design to significantly reduce torsional stresses in the limb resulting in improved consistency and accuracy
• GoreTM  Fiber String & Cables
  This proprietary string material is a blend of Gore TM performance fibers and BCYTM 452X.
  The Marriage of these tow industry leading technologies results in a superior string with less vibration, a reduction in noise, and increased durability.
• TI-Glide Titanium Flexing Cable System
  The Prime’s Flexible Titanium cable guard system reduces cam lean by 25% by reducing side load on the cables during draw.  In conjunction with the Parallel Cam Design, cam lean is virtually eliminated.
• Shield Grip 
  First of its kind in the industry, made of G10 material that repels water, odors or any other unwanted element.  It stays dry and comfortable in the hand no matter the conditions.

The revolutionary Prime bow is available in two models; the Shift and the Centroid.

Shift Specs
IBO Speed (FPS)   332
Axle to Axle (in)  30”
Brace Height   7”
Mass Weight   4 lbs.
Draw Length   26” – 30”
Draw Weight (lbs)  50, 60, 70

Centroid Specs
IBO Speed (FPS)   332
Axle to Axle (in)  34”
Brace Height   7”
Mass Weight   4.3 lbs
Draw Length   27” – 31”
Draw Weight (lbs)  50, 60, 70


Finally, Prime seeks to deliver the highest level of Quality Assurance in the Bow Industry.  Every Prime bow is fully assembled and tune.  G5 then takes the extra effort of cycling every bow 100 times on an automated cycling machine, and then super tunes the bow again.  This process ensures that strings are properly stretched, and limbs and limb pockets have properly settled – eliminating the need to retune your bow after your first 100 shots. 

About G5 Outdoors:

G5® Outdoors L.L.C. is a family owned business established in 2000 and backed by more than 40 years of precision manufacturing experience. G5® strives to provide superior products that are Designed to Hunt™ through precision manufacturing and innovative design.  To learn more about the new prime series of bows, check them out on the web.

 

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Illinois Doe Down! Bowhunting Dream Come True

by Cody Altizer 4. October 2010 09:40
Cody Altizer

When Todd Graf offered me the opportunity to move to Northern Illinois and work at the bowhunting.com office, I jumped at the chance to live and breathe bowhunting in the Mecca of the whitetail world.  Growing up as a young boy in Virginia I dreamed of hunting giant Midwestern whitetails.  I watched with envy as the “pros” flocked to Illinois to chase trophy deer.  I even joked with my friends back home, “I’m going to move to Illinois one day just to bow hunt monster whitetails.”  This past weekend, I found myself living a dream come true.

Click here to watch the footage of my doe harvest!


    Friday afternoon, October 1st, I climbed a tree for the first time bowhunting the state of Illinois.  With temperatures in the upper 60s and gusty winds, I honestly didn’t expect to see much deer movement.  I didn’t care.  I was just thrilled to be in the stand with a bow!  I was positioned in a narrow strip of timber that connects a bedding area and a standing corn field.  It was an ideal setup on paper, unfortunately, the afternoon passed without a single deer sighting.  Again, I could not have cared less.  I had a blast in the tree with my video camera recording the unfamiliar yet beautiful scenery and snapped several photos with my still camera as well.  I was going to capture every aspect of my first Illinois deer hunt.  As the evening passed and the sun began to set, I realized just how blessed I was to be living a dream.

 This shot gives you an idea of just how much fun I was having in the tree!

    I chose to sit out the Saturday morning hunt as I had several chores around my apartment that took top priority.  I elected to go to a different piece of property for the afternoon hunt, a piece that holds tremendous potential for big bucks as the fall progresses.  I quietly snuck into my stand downwind, strapped down my camera arm and got settled in for a promising afternoon hunt.  The weather was perfect for an early season bow hunt, albeit a little breezy.  With temperatures in the mid 50s and steadily dropping into the 40s as the evening progressed, I was certain I would see some activity.  Again, I was beat by the way of the whitetail; another hunt in Illinois without seeing a deer.  While in the stand Saturday afternoon I was texting back and forth with my brother and dad who were hunting the archery opener back home in Virginia.  After telling my brother, Damin, I had been skunked for the second straight hunt, he proceeds to tell me of the 15+ deer sightings he had throughout the day and the numerous encounters he had with young bucks.  To make matters worse, he tells me of the active scrape line he finds leading to one of our turnip food plots and the bountiful acorn crop on our hunting property.  I jokingly told him, “Forget Illinois, I am coming home!” 

My first Illinois bowhunt as a member of the bowhunting.com team was a memorable one, one that concluded with a gorgeous sunset.

     With opening weekend in Illinois almost over and without a single deer sighting, it was tempting to double my chances by hunting both the morning and evening on Sunday.  Still, chores around the apartment and responsibilities outside of hunting took top priority, so I slept in and opted for another afternoon hunt.  I headed back to the same piece of property I hunted Saturday, but hunted a different stand.  Justin Zarr and I hung this stand a little more than a week prior to Sunday feeling good about our chances from this location, so I was optimistic.  While aimlessly crossing an open cattle pasture, I spotted my first Illinois animal, a coyote feeding underneath a crab apple tree.  My initial reaction is, “Awesome, my first deer sighting!”  Further inspection reveals the problem animal that is the coyote.  Back home, coyotes, while present, lack the numbers of the packs in the Midwest.  In fact, I had only seen a handful of coyotes in my life prior to Sunday, so I took the opportunity and captured some quality footage.  At just 45 yards, it surprised me that he was completely unaware of my presence.  Sure, I was downwind, but I was in the middle of an open field.  As I began to film the pesky predator, he starts walking directly toward me, closing in at 30 yards.  I then realize that I might actually be able to shoot this thing.  With my camera in my right hand and bow in my left, I desperately try to get my bow prepared for a shot while simultaneously putting down my camera.  Just as I was about to set my camera down, the coyote spots me, not 20 yards from where I am standing and takes off in the opposite direction.  Excited to have finally seen an animal, let alone a close encounter with a coyote, I contently make my way to my stand.

 

A shot of my special edition bowhunting.com Quikfletch.  Little did I know that just hours after this photo was taken, my Quikfletch would turn a bright, solid red!

    Once in my stand, I prepare to strap my camera arm to the tree to get settled in for the evening hunt.  As I secure my camera arm and begin to get my video camera situated, I spot movement to my left; the coyote is back!  This time he makes his way by my stand at no more than 15 yards.  Unfortunately this time, my bow was still tied to the rope at the bottom of the tree.  Adding insult to injury, he sits down quite happily and scans the cow pasture he just came from.  Furthermore, he decides now might be a good time to relax and lies down on his belly.  So, for the second time in less than 10 minutes, I have a coyote at 20 yards or less and am unable to take a shot.  Realizing I have little to lose, I slowly try to raise my bow up the tree.  Of course, being just 15 yards from the base of the tree he spots my movement and boogers off, this time for good.  After finally getting settled into the stand I determine that the afternoon hunt will be a success regardless if I see a deer or not, based solely on the two encounters with the coyote.  Still, I remained hopeful for my first Illinois deer.  
   As the hours passed without seeing a single deer, I remained entertained by the numerous squirrels that scurried about searching for acorns and hickory nuts and decided to do a quick interview.  Just as I got my camera turned around I see a big doe right over top of my camera lens at just 25 yards and making her way towards my stand.  Before I know it she is at 10 yards from my tree and all I have managed to do is get her in frame on my camcorder.  She wastes little time and is now 3 yards from the base of my tree before I take a chance at turning around and grabbing my bow.  Fortunately, she breaks left and with her back to me I am able to stand, grab my bow and position the camcorder ready for the shot.  Now, I just need her to take a couple steps down the trail for a perfect 10 yard quartering away shot.  As she makes her way down the trail, I draw.  She flips the script, turns back broadside and is looking directly at me.  I quickly settle the pin behind the shoulder and release the arrow.  THWACK!  The sound all bowhunters love to hear indicating a true hit.  I watch her tear through the underbrush out of sight.  My NAP Thunderhead Edge struck true and proved devastating as I could see blood spilling from both sides.   Feeling confident in my shot I make a couple phone calls letting my family and Todd know of my luck.  After waiting 30 minutes I get down from my stand, quickly find my arrow, pick up the blood trail and wait for Todd to arrive to film the recovery footage.  Just like that, in less than 30 seconds, I see, film, shoot at, and harvest my first Illinois whitetail, an old, heavy, mature doe!  I was pumped to say the least and amazed at how big she was compared to the deer back home.  Regrettably, we didn’t weigh her, but I would estimate the doe to field dress 130 pounds, maybe bigger.  She was huge!

 One happy hunter!  My first Illinois whitetail was a big, mature doe, a deer that I am extremely proud of.

My first bow harvest on film.  Self-filming can be difficult, but I had a blast in the tree with my camera and now I can relive this memorable hunt forever.

Opening weekend in Illinois resulted in a big doe down for this Virginia boy.  Despite my opening weekend fortune, the weekend would have been would have been a success had I not seen a single deer.  Realizing that I was living a dream come true made every minute in the tree enjoyable.  Being blessed with a beautiful mature doe was just icing on the cake.  With the entire season ahead of me, I can now focus all of my attention on harvesting a mature buck and filming other members of the bowhunting.com team.  Regardless of my luck the rest of the fall, I can look back at opening weekend to remind myself just how fortunate I am!

Gear Relied on During the Harvest:  Click on the red link to purchase the item right here on bowhunting.com


NAP Thunderhead EdgeI was excited to use the new Thunderhead Edge this year and I wasn't disappointed.  This broadhead flies true and leaves gaping entrance and exit wounds.

NAP Apache Arrow RestI love my Apache rest.  The minute I installed it on my bow and began shooting I noticed a quieter shot and tighter groups.  I'll be using the Apache for a long, long time.

NAP Bowhunting.com Quikfletch:  The entire Quikfletch line makes fletching arrows a breeze. 

The special edition bowhunting.com series simply look cool, I prefer all white.

Blacks Creek Bone Collector 1.5 Backpack:  The Bone Collector 1.5 is the ideal pack for hunters who carry a lot of gear but do not want to be slowed down in the woods.  I carry all of my cameras and equipment in my pack and don't miss a beat sneaking through the woods.

G5 Optix LE .019A great hunting sight.  It's rock solid and adjustments come easily.  Like the Apache, this will be in my arsenal of gear for a very long time.

New Montec CS Broadhead from G5 Outdoors

by Bow Staff 12. January 2009 15:50
Bow Staff

Carbon steel meets Montec as G5 updates their popular cut-on contact broadhead.  Made from 100% carbon steel, fans of the G5 Montec broadhead will be happy to see a 25% sharper broadhead out of the package thanks to G5's new Diamond Cut sharpening process.  The new Montec CS broadhead is not only sharper out of the package, but carry an edge longer than previous models.  Another benefit of carbon steel is the ability to put on a sharper edge when re-sharpening the head after use. 

The Montec CS features all of the specs of the original Montec including a one-piece design, spin tested to a +/- 0.002" straightness, and 1 1/16” cutting diameter with the added benefits of the carbon steel construction.

The New Montec CS comes in 3 broadheads per package and is currently only available in 100 grains.

Close-ups of the new Montec CS:

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