PJ Reilly

Fall Away Rest vs. Static Rest: Which Works Best?

Fall away rest vs. static rest, which works best? Here’s some things to consider when shopping for a new arrow rest this season…. Read more…

Should You Shoot a Siderod Stabilizer?

Here’s a look at the benefits of shooting a siderod stabilizer on your bow this year, both for tournament archery and… Read more…

Back Tension Release for Hunting

Have you considered using a back tension release for hunting? Here’s a look at the pros and cons of using a back tension release for… Read more…

Back Tension Releases

Thinking about making the move to a back tension release? Here’s a look at what you need to know about back tension releases before you… Read more…

Is a Lighter Bow Really Better?

Bow manufacturers have continued to push for lighter bows in the last decade, but is a lighter bow really better?… Read more…

How Declining Numbers of Hunters May Impact Your Hunting Future

Will a drop in hunter numbers mean more or less opportunities for you? Here’s a look at what the numbers could mean…. Read more…

Quiver On vs. Quiver Off: Which Works Best?

Does your quiver impact your shooting that much? Should you shoot with it on or off? Here’s a few things to consider…. Read more…

How To See Your Sight Pins Better

Can’t see your sight pins in low light? Here’s 5 tips on how to see your sight pins better when hunting in low light, or from the ground blind…. Read more…

How to Properly Use a Climbing Treestand

Climbing treestands are hard to beat when it comes to mobility when hunting deer. Here’s a look at how to properly use a climbing treestand…. Read more…

Is Technology Ruining Bowhunting?

Are we ruining the sport of bowhunting by using gadgets and techniques to bring deer to us – and to stay hidden from them?… Read more…

How to Change A Compound Bow String & Cable

So you think it might be time for a new set of strings for your compound bow? Here’s how to change your bowstring and cable on your own…. Read more…

How to Tie a D-Loop

Learn how to tie a d-loop, also called a string loop, on your bow string. It’s simple, quick and a must-have skill for all… Read more…