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Mathews VXR Review

Mathews VXR Review

When it comes to modern compound bows, true innovation is hard to come by. Each year since the late ’80s and into the first decade of this century, each year archery companies offered new bows that were significantly better than their predecessors. But you can only...
Blessed

Blessed

“Pull, pull, pull,” were the last words I remember thinking to myself, a fraction of a second before the arrow began its journey towards the big buck I had spent the last seven nights dreaming about. I say seven nights because it wasn’t until opening morning...
How to Getting Started Bowhunting

How to Getting Started Bowhunting

There are many reasons bowhunting is becoming more and more popular, and it goes deeper than the obvious factors like easily available tags and favorable season dates for deer and elk hunting. There’s something more primal about bowhunting that taps into our...
How to Properly Tie in a Peep Sight

How to Properly Tie in a Peep Sight

How to tie in a peep sight properly is one of the fundamental skills any bow mechanic should master. It’s an overlooked aspect of equipment setup that not only ensures the peep doesn’t move as you shoot, but it can also prevent serious eye injury in the event of a...
6 Ingredients to Stalking Archery Antelope

6 Ingredients to Stalking Archery Antelope

Making the impossible possible, stalking archery antelope with a bow, made easier. The American pronghorn is perfectly suited for the terrain of the West. Their eyes – the largest of any North American ungulate – are their best line of defense against predators....