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New Bows for 2015
New Bows for 2015 It’s that time once again! The 2015 lineup of bows is rolling out and it appears that great things are in store for the new year in the bow industry. I bought my first high-end compound bow 15 years ago. It was the Cadillac of bows at the time. It had an...
By Bow Staff | Nov 12, 2014 | Read the full story
New Bows for 2014
New Bows for 2014 In the market for a new bow? Here are some good ones to consider in the coming year. I am beginning to see a trend in modern compounds; ones of shootability over raw speed. Sure, every company still has its hotrod model, the 350 fps-plus platforms offerin...
By Bow Staff | Dec 26, 2013 | comments (7) | Read the full story
Crossbows and Broadheads
Crossbows and Broadheads Choosing the right broadhead to match your equipment and abilities may make the difference in your hunt....
By Hunting Network | Sep 28, 2009 | comments (6) | Read the full story
Crossbow vs. Vertical Bow
Crossbow vs. Vertical Bow Tactical Differences between the two tools - For years, many have claimed that the crossbow is superior to the compound bow and therefore should not be allowed in the regular archery season. Allegations that the crossbow is deadly-accurate out to a hundre...
By Hunting Network | Sep 28, 2009 | comments (46) | Read the full story
Crossbow Accessories
Crossbow Accessories You have made the decision to join the swelling ranks of the crossbow hunter and maybe you have even gone so far as to pick out and purchase a crossbow. What are some of the extras you should consider and just for snorts and giggles let’s pretend that mon...
By Hunting Network | Sep 28, 2009 | Read the full story
Future of Crossbow Hunting
Future of Crossbow Hunting Scholars believe that the crossbow first appeared in Asia as early as 2,000 BC. The bow (called the "prod" on a crossbow) of early crossbows was made of a single piece of wood....
By Hunting Network | Oct 2, 2009 | Read the full story
Crossbow Innovations
Crossbow Innovations The January highlight of every year for those involved with the archery industry is the Archery Trade Association (ATA) Show. This annual archer’s reunion of bow and arrow manufacturers and archery dealers from around the world not only provides an opport...
By Hunting Network | May 10, 2010 | comments (2) | Read the full story
New Bows for 2013
New Bows for 2013 New bows for 2013 have just started to be announced from a variety of bow manufacturers. While these new bows may not be available yet, the details of next year's hottest new arrow slingers are sure to whet our appetite for what's to come for 2013....
By Justin Zarr | Oct 2, 2012 | comments (59) | Read the full story
The Barnett Buck Commander Crossbow
The Barnett Buck Commander Crossbow For the deer hunter who demands perfection from himself and his equipment, the Barnett Buck Commander is the a great choice. Shooting 365 fps with a 14-inch power stroke and packing 126 ft. pounds of kinetic energy, the Buck Commander is a leap ahead in c...
By Bow Staff | May 25, 2012 | Read the full story
Dead Down Wind Speed Stick Bow Wax
Dead Down Wind Speed Stick Bow Wax The brand new Speed Stick Bow Wax from Dead Down Wind is great for crossbow rails and bow strings. The Speed Stick Bow Wax is perfect if you want to lubricate and protect your rails and strings from corrosion....
By Bow Staff | Feb 10, 2012 | Read the full story
Darton FireForce
Darton FireForce The all new FireForce from Darton has larger axles, sealed oversized Quad Ball Bearings, wide/stronger laminated Quad limbs and a compact front riser. The DualSync cams will give you added performance and accuracy. The FireForce has an integrated riser/st...
By Bow Staff | Feb 10, 2012 | Read the full story
Darton Archery DS-3900
Darton Archery DS-3900 New for 2012 from Darton Archery is the DS-3900. This new bow is a compact version of the DS-3800, with some unique features. It’s new lighter riser is equipped with EET Laminated Quad Limbs, which power the DualSync Cams for maximum speed and efficiency....
By Bow Staff | Feb 10, 2012 | Read the full story
Cobra Buckhead
Cobra Buckhead The all new Buckhead series of bow sights from Cobra are available in Lost Camo, Realtree AP™ and Black. The Buckhead has a hooded guard and comes with a light. Available in a 3 pin, 5 pin or tool less model. Features: Unique reversible mounting brack...
By Bow Staff | Jan 26, 2012 | comment (1) | Read the full story
Cajun Archery Hornet Lite
Cajun Archery Hornet Lite New from Cajun Archery is the Hornet Lite bowfishing arrow. The Hornet Lite is the perfect bowfishing arrow for both women and youth and is designed for lighter draw weight and shorter draw length bows. The Hornet Lite is a great option for fishing in sha...
By Bow Staff | Jan 26, 2012 | Read the full story
Carbon Express Covert CX2
Carbon Express Covert CX2 The Carbon Express Covert CX2, new and improved for 2012, has 2 main goals, to produce lighting speed and bone crushing power, without giving up any of your comfort. Carbon Express provides a quiet precision shot every time by using dark grey anodized alu...
By Bow Staff | Jan 10, 2012 | Read the full story
Bear Archery Siren
Bear Archery Siren The Siren is a new bow designed specifically for women by Bear Archery. The Siren is recognized as the official bow of Realtree Girl and was tested by women and then further refined. The cam, grip, draw cycle and release were designed for top-tier female...
By Bow Staff | Jan 19, 2012 | Read the full story
Bear Archery Anarchy
Bear Archery Anarchy The all new Anarchy from Bear Archery is a longer axle-to-axle bow that is more forgiving. Bear Archery did not compromise on any durability for this bow, while making it lightweight. Features: Speed: 340 FPS Weight: 3.8 pounds Brace Height: 7.25”...
By Bow Staff | Jan 19, 2012 | Read the full story
Redfield Revenge
Redfield Revenge All new from Redfield is the Revenge crossbow scope, which has many great features at a very affordable price. The Revenge features an advanced fully multi-coated lens system for the ultimate in brightness, clarity and resolution in all lighting condition...
By Bow Staff | Jan 16, 2012 | Read the full story
Parker Tomahawk Crossbow
Parker Tomahawk Crossbow The all new Tomahawk crossbow from Parker Bows is high performance and 320 FPS. The Tomahawk is the most compact, lightweight crossbow at only 6.5 pounds....
By Bow Staff | Jan 16, 2012 | Read the full story
Bowtech Insanity CPX
Bowtech Insanity CPX The all new Insanity CPX from Bowtech uses the best industry changing technologies from the Destroyer and Invasion CPX and amped them up to insane level. The Insanity CPX is scary accurate, ghostly smooth, dead stable bow that just happens to be 355fps....
By Bow Staff | Jan 16, 2012 | comments (14) | Read the full story
AMS Bowfishing Fish Hawk Bow
AMS Bowfishing Fish Hawk Bow The Fish Hawk Bow from AMS Bowfishing is the perfect bow for all day and night bowfishing. This bow is light weight and versatile and has a draw weight that can be adjusted from 30-40 pounds. The Fish Hawk has a custom engineered cam that allows for “snap...
By Bow Staff | Jan 16, 2012 | Read the full story
New Bows for 2012
New Bows for 2012 Another year has come and gone, and once again today's bow manufacturers have blown us away with the new bow offerings for 2012. With each passing season we wonder how modern bows can continue to get lighter, faster, stronger or quieter, and each year th...
By Justin Zarr | Jan 14, 2012 | comments (34) | Read the full story
Trijicon SRS™ Reflex Sight
Trijicon SRS™ Reflex Sight Coming April of 2012 is the SRS™ Reflex Sight from Trijicon. This new sight will have a profile length that is short, but has a long list of great features. This reflex-type sight has a unique optical design and a body length of 3.75 inches, which elimina...
By Bow Staff | Jan 12, 2012 | Read the full story
Sword Sights Maximus
Sword Sights Maximus Features: 100% CNC T6061 aluminum construction Micro Adjust elevation and windage Tool-Less feature on windage and elevation adjustment 1.625" Inside diameter round aperture Accepts 1.75" diameter lens (Lens retainer ring and O-ring sold separately)...
By Bow Staff | Jan 12, 2012 | Read the full story
Plano Lost Camo Soft Bow Case
Plano Lost Camo Soft Bow Case The Lost Camo Soft Bow Case from Plano is perfect for using in the field and you can rest assured that your bow is safe. The case has 1 inch foam all around to protect your bow. The case also features an accessory box on the top to store your broadheads a...
By Bow Staff | Jan 12, 2012 | Read the full story
HHA Sports DS-FX5519
HHA Sports DS-FX5519 The all new DS-FX5519 from HHA Sports uses their legendary Optimizer Lite Ultra frame combined with the All New FX Series 5 pin sight head. Features: Weight 10 oz. 1 3/4” sight housing (5) .019 pins include 13” of fiber per pin...
By Bow Staff | Jan 11, 2012 | comment (1) | Read the full story
Lakewood Products Mathews Bowfile
Lakewood Products Mathews Bowfile The new Mathews Bowfile from Lakewood Products is a great compact case that has excellent arrow storage. You can store up to 18 arrows in the bottom compartment! The true drop in design allows you to open the top and drop your bow right in the case with y...
By Bow Staff | Jan 10, 2012 | Read the full story
Get-A-Grip Heated Bow Grips
Get-A-Grip Heated Bow Grips Checkout the heated bow grips from Get-A-Grip. These ACI grips come with a home adapter and a rechargeable battery. Never have cold hands again while waiting for that perfect shot. These heated bow grips were designed with the bowhunter in mind....
By Bow Staff | Jan 10, 2012 | Read the full story
Blacks Creek Mathews Heli’m Soft Sided Bow Satchel
Blacks Creek Mathews Heli’m Soft Sided Bow Satchel Blacks Creek has an all new Mathews Heli’m soft Sided Bow Case that will carry your bow with the riser down and string up. This unique case helps balance the bow while carrying it, which makes loading and unloading your bow much easier than a traditional...
By Bow Staff | Jan 9, 2012 | Read the full story
Black Gold Surge
Black Gold Surge Feel the Surge™ an all new premium bowsight from Black Gold. Nothing compares to Black Gold’s exclusive Inch Wheel Adjustment System, which is fast, easy and simple. This system is calibrated so one full turn equals approximately one inch at 20 yards. The...
By Bow Staff | Jan 9, 2012 | Read the full story
Black Gold Rush
Black Gold Rush The all new Rush from Black Gold gives you several great features and durability for around $100. PhotoChromatic Technology and innovative SkyCoil! Interchangeable fluorescent sight ring for quick and positive peep alignment even in low light. N...
By Bow Staff | Jan 9, 2012 | Read the full story
Archer Xtreme Titanium Xtreme Sight
Archer Xtreme Titanium Xtreme Sight The Titanium Xtreme Sight by Archer Xtreme is the world’s only titanium sight, making it both a stronger and lighter option. This sight is as strong as steel and twice as strong as aluminum, but is 45% lighter than steel. This sight is not easily corroded...
By Bow Staff | Jan 9, 2012 | Read the full story
Benefits of Arrow Speed
Benefits of Arrow Speed Some people say they prefer to shoot a slower arrow. I guess they feel a slow arrow is more accurate. That may have been true when using some of the rough-tuning bows and big-bladed broadheads of the 1990s, but it is not true today. Other than making the...
By Bowhunting.com Staff | Dec 31, 2008 | comments (5) | Read the full story
Mathews Heli-M Bow – A Bowhunter’s First Impressions
Mathews Heli-M Bow – A Bowhunter’s First Impressions Before evening picking up this great new bow, the first thing I noticed was the impeccable appearance. From the new riser design to the gunstock grade walnut grip, the Heli-M is without a doubt one of the best looking bows that’s ever hit the market. No...
By Justin Zarr | Dec 15, 2011 | Read the full story
Stand Placement
Stand Placement Past 30 yards, bowhunting for whitetail deer becomes much more a game of luck and guesswork. Bucks change their minds and their direction of travel on a whim. One second everything looks good, the buck is heading toward your shooting lane. Then the next s...
By Bowhunting.com Staff | Jan 4, 2009 | comments (4) | Read the full story
October Whitetails
October Whitetails You’re chomping at the bit. After months of dreaming about big bucks, and watching your favorite hunting videos repeatedly, the season is finally here. The temptation to dive right in and start hunting your best stands is like a moth’s attraction to fire....
By Bowhunting.com Staff | Jan 4, 2009 | comments (4) | Read the full story
A Plan to Handle Buck Fever
A Plan to Handle Buck Fever Navigating the last ten seconds of any encounter with game is an art form that only matures with practice. It is easy to be an armchair quarterback when someone else is telling you how the buck they were hunting gave them the slip at the last second. “Why...
By Bowhunting.com Staff | Jan 3, 2009 | comments (2) | Read the full story
20 Blood Trailing Tips
20 Blood Trailing Tips Finding wounded game is a responsibility of every hunter, but you learn some techniques only through experience and those lessons come at the cost of many hours spent on the trail. Rather than having to learn these important lessons the hard way, I’ve com...
By Bowhunting.com Staff | Dec 31, 2008 | comments (12) | Read the full story
New Bows for 2011
New Bows for 2011 Get a look at all of the new hunting bows for 2011 including the Mathews Z7 Xtreme and Z7 Magnum, the Hoyt Carbon Element, Bowtech Invasion, Winchester Quicksilver 34 and PSE X-Force Omen Pro along with many others. Whether you're looking for a new bow w...
By Bow Staff | Jan 12, 2011 | comments (75) | Read the full story
AMS Bowfishing Retriever Pro
AMS Bowfishing Retriever Pro The Retriever Pro from AMS Bowfishing is faster, smoother and lighter! Everything you need for fast action bowfishing. The AMS Retriever Pro is more efficient than any other bowfishing reel. No buttons to push before the shot. Just draw, aim and shoot....
By Bow Staff | Jan 7, 2011 | Read the full story
Mathews z7 Xtreme Tactical Compound Bow
Mathews z7 Xtreme Tactical Compound Bow New for 2011 is the Mathews z7 Xtreme Tactical compound bow....
By Bow Staff | Jan 5, 2011 | comments (4) | Read the full story
PSE Bow Madness
PSE Bow Madness The 2011 Bow Madness by PSE has the fastest single-cam system ever made. The PSE Bow Madness includes a full six inches of draw length adjustability, a low-flex riser design, reformulated Vibracheck Limb Bands and B.E.S.T. RAPTOR grip. Other features incl...
By Bow Staff | Jan 6, 2011 | comments (2) | Read the full story
BowTech Assassin
BowTech Assassin The 2011 Bowtech Assassin includes BowTech's all new RAK (Ready. Aim. Kill.) package. Other features include BowTech's exclusive Binary Cam System with adjustable roating draw length modules and E-Lite Zero Tolerance limb pockets. The RAK system includes...
By Bow Staff | Jan 6, 2011 | comments (4) | Read the full story
BowTech Invasion CPX
BowTech Invasion CPX The BowTech Invasion is now with CPX technology. Scary accurate, deadly quiet, and blazing fast. Center Pivot Extreme technology is what you ge when you combine Center Pivot HardCore limbs, ultra low friction components, zero tolerance assembly, a truly d...
By Bow Staff | Jan 7, 2011 | comments (6) | Read the full story
Blacks Creek- Mathews Z7 Extreme Bow Case and G1 Ambidextrous Single Sling Pack
Blacks Creek- Mathews Z7 Xtreme Bow Case and G1 Ambidextrous Single Sling Pack New for 2011, Blacks Creek is proud to introduce two new packs that will have archers around the country wanting one.  The G1 Ambidextrous Single Sling Pack is perhaps the most versatile pack in the hunting industry.  Designed to fit both right and left h...
By Bow Staff | Jan 5, 2011 | comment (1) | Read the full story
IQ BowSight Retina Lock
IQ BowSight Retina Lock Most bowhunters are confident shooting at shorter rangers. But, get out to 40 yards or beyond and tey lack consistency. This is because of mis-alignment due to bow torque or inconsistent anchor. It doesn't take much. A 1/4" translates to a 10 inch miss at...
By Bow Staff | Jan 7, 2011 | Read the full story
Barnett Quad Crank Cocking Device
Barnett Quad Crank Cocking Device The Quad Crank Cocking Device from Barnett Crossbows is designed to be fully integrated into the stock of the bow for a low profile and comfortable fit. The handle easily adjusts to right or left hand and with the turn of a thumbscrew, may be remmoved aft...
By Bow Staff | Jan 7, 2011 | Read the full story
Rage Crossbow - 2 Blade
Rage Crossbow - 2 Blade The Rage Crossbow 2 Blade has the perfect cutting diameter for all crossbows! Available in both 100 grain and 125 grain versions, the RAGE Crossbow features the ideal 1.75 cutting diameter for all crossbow use....
By Bow Staff | Jan 6, 2011 | comments (2) | Read the full story
New Bows For 2010
New Bows For 2010 With each passing year we often wonder how bow manufacturers are going to improve on their already impressive lines of bows and archery accessories. Just when it seems things can’t get any better we get new bows that are faster, quieter, and more vibrat...
By developer | Jun 9, 2010 | comments (3) | Read the full story
3D - How to shoot better scores
3D - How to shoot better scores Most die hard bowhunters have shot an occasional 3D course, however we often hear questions about what it takes to get better than the average Joe. 3D archery can be shot for many reasons by different people, from preparing for the woods all the way to th...
By Bowhunting.com Staff | Jan 3, 2009 | comments (3) | Read the full story
3D - How to shoot better scores
3D - How to shoot better scores Most die hard bowhunters have shot an occasional 3D course, however we often hear questions about what it takes to get better than the average Joe. 3D archery can be shot for many reasons by different people, from preparing for the woods all the way to t...
By Bowhunting.com Staff | Sep 9, 2008 | Read the full story
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