Introducing a child to archery is as easy as counting to three.
As an avid bowhunter and father, there is unquestionably a burning desire in me to pass along my passion for archery and the outdoors to my children. And, just as any parent, I want them t
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
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
Many bowhunters shy away from trying to tune their own equipment because they believe it to be too complicated for them. In reality, tuning your own bow is something everyone bowhunter can learn to do.
Building your own arrows allows you to save about 5 to 10 dollars per dozen, but there's an even better reason for building your own. You can experiment with all the components, with the various fletching styles and shaft sizes until you find the perfect