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  • Can You Trust Angle Compensating Rangefinders?

    Before laser rangefinders were common place in the hunting world, bowhunters had to rely on their ability to judge distance on the fly. Fortunately, todays archers not only have access to rangefinders but models that read and automatically adjust for angle. These modern rangefinders contain small electronic processors that run...

  • What’s The Best Fletching for Bowhunting?

    Walk into any archery pro-shop and look at the arrows that are available, you’ll notice nearly all of them are fletched with the same type of vane. The 2-inch Blazer Vane has become the industry standard for good reason, its short stature makes it more forgiving in windy conditions than...

  • World Event Displays Archery’s Appeal

    Almost 5,000 youngsters recently illustrated archery’s growing popularity and bright future. The National Archery in the Schools Program’s 2015 World Tournament, held July 22 through 25 in Nashville, Tenn., attracted student shooters from across the globe, including Canada, Namibia, South Africa, the United Kingdom and the United States. According to...

  • Bow-Up Against Breast Cancer 3-D Archery Tournament Raises $100,000 for Breast Cancer Research

    I’m a firm believer God answers prayers, especially selfless ones. This past weekend, I had the honor of seeing one man's prayer answered while attending the 4th Annual Bow-Up Against Breast Cancer 3-D Archery Tournament held at the Cullman Archery Park in Alabama. Cameron Mitchell, the heart and brains behind...