Are You Looking to Replace Your Bow Accessories?
Toys. We bowhunters sure love them, especially ones that go on the bows that we take to the woods and range each year. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of some of the hottest new on-bow accessories for 2017. And remember, you saw them here first.
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1 | TRUGLO Carbon Hybrid 5-Pin Sight
This is TRUGLO’s bread and butter. They’ve been in the sight business for a long time, and their products reflect it — they’re more than worth their price tag. The coolest thing about this one? It’s a carbon/aluminum hybrid that’s lightweight and significantly reduces vibration. It has a micro-adjustable design and longer fibers for better visibility when looking through your peep under lower light conditions. Realtree Xtra is the color it comes in.
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2 | TRUGLO Hyper Strike 5-Pin Sight
Most bowhunters prefer a 5-pin sight. It’s the most commonly sought-after option on the market. That’s one reason the Hyper Strike 5-Pin Sight has been a hit from the start. Why else? It was constructed from lightweight carbon-composite and aluminum. It features micro-adjustable windage and elevation and even 2nd and 3rd axis adjustable level. Furthermore, it has extra long fibers for increased brightness. It comes in Realtree Xtra.
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3 | Sword Sights Twighlight Hunter
You may not have heard of Sword Sights, or you might have. Either way, they have an interesting new sight called the Twighlight Hunter. It’s small frame — two inches in diameter — makes it lighter than many competitor’s models. It has five pins that come in .010, .019, or .029 options. And they come in Realtree and are made in America. Can't beat that.
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4 | Fuse Blade 4-Arrow Quiver
The Fuse Blade four-arrow quiver is everything you’d need for most hunts. It’s lightweight and attaches and detaches quickly from your bow. It’s a solid option for most setups. It comes in Realtree Xtra.
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5 | Fuse Blade 6-Arrow Quiver
The Fuse Blade six-arrow model is the big brother to the four-arrow quiver. They both feature machined aluminum construction and the quick-detach mounting system. The best part of it all — this is a quiver that does what it’s supposed to — keep arrows from falling out. Pictured here is the black option, but it also comes in Realtree Xtra.
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6 | Limbsaver Silent Quiver
Limbsaver is an iconic brand. It carries with it a legacy of producing quality products. The Silent Quiver upholds that legacy, and extends it. It’s new hood features fiber optic material that will help you see your broadheads in lower light conditions easier. This quiver is made out of NAVCOM material, making it much quieter than other quivers on the market. Lastly, its very universal design accommodates most of the arrows and broadheads on the market. You can purchase this in Realtree Xtra Green, Max-1, and APG.
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7 | Treelimb Quiver
The new Treelimb quiver is far and away one of my favorite new quivers currently on the market. It’s simple, yet genius design makes it lightweight and stout as an ox. It only holds three arrows, but as I’ve always said, if you need more than one, go home. This quiver gets nothing but five stars. A great product. And it comes in Realtree MAX-5 to boot. How cool is that?
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8 | APEX Gear Accu-Strike Pro Stabilizer
The new Accu-Strike Pro stabilizer by APEX Gear features the innovative CROSS-FOIL dampening fin design. It’s built from a blend of rubber and composite material that enhances vibration dampening and stabilizing capabilities. Simply put, it’s a good stabilizer. It comes in Realtree Xtra camo, too.
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9 | APEX Gear Covert Stabilizer
The 7-inch Covert stabilizer by APEX Gear has an aircraft-grade aluminum exoskeleton. It also features the trademarked BuzzKill System. It includes an optional Picatinny rail for mounting additional accessories and it weighs only 6.5 oz. It comes in Realtree Xtra.
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10 | APEX Gear Outpost Dual Stabilizer Mount with Sling
The new Outpost by APEX Gear doubles as a stabilizer and sling. It’s a little different in design than most stabilizers, but it’s just unique enough that it’s turning some heads at the ATA Show. The way it’s designed allows you to add another stabilizer to it if you want to.
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11 | Fuse Carbon Torch FX
Fuse makes solid products year in and year out. The new Carbon Torch FX is no different. It’s custom rubber front dampener greatly reduces noise and the Stealth Disc Technology helps, too. It comes with three individual 1 oz. weights to synchronize with your setup and is available in 6-, 8- and 10-inch options. It comes in Realtree Xtra camouflage.
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12 | Limbsaver LS Hunter Micro Stabilizer
Limbsaver’s new LS Hunter Micro is a solid new piece of equipment. It’s eight inches in length and utilizes a weight-forward design that helps balance the bow and enhances proper shooting technique. This stabilizer truly does do a great job of dampening vibration and reducing noise.
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13 | X-Factor X-Treme Tac Stabilizer
The brand new X-Factor X-Treme Tac is an innovative product. This 6-inch stabilizer comes in Realtree Xtra and APG. And it weighs 7.25 oz. It’s a solid option if you’re on the hunt for a new stabilizer.
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14 | TRUGLO Activator Release
TRUGLO continues to impress with new products for 2017. Their new Activator release is loaded with technology that help makes archers more accurate. Its stainless steel jaw opens up away from the shooter and has adjustable trigger sensitivity. It even has an ergonomic hand and finger position. And most importantly, it features a 360-degree rotating head that eliminates string torque. It comes in APG.
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15 | TRUGLO Detonator Release
The new Nitrus by TRUGLO is extremely quiet and utilizes the breakthrough stainless steel dual-jaw design. Its ultra-smooth trigger and streamlined jaw design makes clipping on the release and firing an arrow fast and easy. It also has great release straps that will last a long time and will be comfortable even on those all-day sits. It comes in Realtree APG.
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16 | TRUGLO Nitrus Release
TRUGLO’s new Detonator uses the single-jaw design with the open-hook feature, making it ideal for those who have D loops on their bows. As is the case with most of their releases, this one also is made with stainless steel and features much of the same tech as their other two new releases. Purchase this release in Realtree APG.