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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 (5) | 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
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
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
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
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
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
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