Many components make up modern compound bows, and the string system is one of the most important. The string and cables on today’s bows are the equivalent of a vehicle’s power train, providing power and timing. […]
In this day and age, the archery industry — like many others — has become extremely competitive and overcrowded, with new manufacturers constantly entering the marketplace. This is especially true of the crossbow market, so when I heard another new company had entered the fray, honestly, I rolled my eyes. […]
When I first started shooting a compound bow almost 30 years ago, many archers shot without a stabilizer. Bows were generally longer and heavier, and they didn’t generate nearly the torque and power of today’s bows. […]
With all of the annual hype and focus on the latest and greatest compound bows, the arrows they shoot are often an afterthought. In reality, the arrow is just as important, if not more, than the bow it is shot from. […]
Opening day of bow season is almost here, so it’s time to get your bow setup ready.
As a manager of an archery shop, it never ceases to amaze me how many people spend endless time scouting and preparing their properties for the season but neglect to get their equipment in order and practice to become proficient, waiting until the last minutes before they go into the field. […]