TenPoint Celebrates 30 Years of Crossbow Innovation

By Brodie SwisherJuly 1, 2024

The TenPoint family is celebrating 30 years of crossbow innovation as they look ahead to the fall hunting season. 

From the beginning, their passion for bowhunting & innovation has fueled their desire to create the best equipment for crossbow hunters across the country.  

They’ve shipped over 1 million crossbows since 1994, but the same guiding principles that drove the company back then, continue to drive the brand today – Family Owned & Built in America. 

Rick Bednar says he built his first bow at 4 years of age from a limb in the backyard and a string his dad had hanging up in the shop. “That was the first innovative idea I had on building bows,” says Bednar. 

Today, Bednar’s sons, Phil and Steve, continue to carry the family business forward as they celebrate 30 years of business. 

“Our 2024 crossbows are the most exciting I’ve ever seen come out of TenPoint,” says Phil Bednar, TenPoint president and CEO. “Over 3 years went into these latest crossbows. We wanted every part of the crossbow to be improved.”  

Tenpoint Celebrates 30 Years Of Crossbow Innovation

Phil’s brother, Steve, says, “We’ve been able to lead the crossbow industry because we’re led by passionate bowhunters throughout the industry.”

TenPoint’s tightly focused bowhunting family has allowed them to design, engineer, and build better crossbows than large multi-brand corporations who don’t truly know & love the sport. 

From ownership & management, to their skilled team of employees, TenPoint employees understand the hunt boils down to a game of inches, & they take great pride in being part of each hunter’s success. 

For more on TenPoint crossbows, check out www.tenpointcrossbows.com

Brodie Swisher
Brodie Swisher is a world champion game caller, outdoor writer, seminar speaker and Editor for Bowhunting.com. Brodie and his family live in the Kentucky Lake area of west Tennessee.
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