A good case is a vital part of your gear. Why pay so much for a good bow, only to not protect it? If you’re like me, you want the best, and for archery hunters, one of the best out … Continue reading
Like many of you, I like watching hunting shows. One of my favorite hosts is Tom Miranda. I recently learned that Miranda is switching arrow brands and wanted to pass long the info. Tom Miranda chose Gold Tip to provide … Continue reading
Bushnell Outdoor Products has made America’s best-selling riflescope available to crossbow hunters with the introduction of the Trophy XLT DOA Crossbow Scope. It features the exclusive Dead On Accurate (DOA) reticle system, providing shooters with highly accurate extended aiming points … Continue reading
I have really gotten into bowhunting and would almost prefer to go out with my bow after whitetails than my rifle. Yeah, that’s true. The only thing keeping me from just using a bow is that I’ve far too often … Continue reading
Rage Outdoors LLC, a privately held company based in Superior, WI , has announced that it has acquired the Rage Broadhead, Rocky Mountain Broadhead and Ghost Quiver brands from Field Logic, Inc. The terms of the sale were not disclosed. … Continue reading
I know a lot of bowhunters. A few of us were sitting around a while back and talking about new bows and such and the topic of cost came up. Let’s face it, new bows aren’t cheap and the top … Continue reading
Let’s face it, everyone who is serious about bowhunting today is using Bohning Blazer vanes, or some kind of copy. I have used nothing but Blazers for the past several years and am 100-percent sold on them for performance. I’ll … Continue reading
It is the classic that has stood the test of time, and it’s benchmark by which others are compared. And now, it’s been reinvented as the BLOCK Classic.
For fletching arrows, you can’t go wrong with the Bohning Archery Blazer Fletching jig or the Bohning Tower jig. Both provide the easy way to accuracy. Continue reading
I wanted to fletch some arrows with Bohning Blazers, and I wanted to wrap the arrows as well. When I went to pick up the needed materials, I got to looking at the Extreme Archery Products Shrink Fletch System. Here was a crested set of Blazer vanes and all I needed for setting it up on my arrow shaft was a little boiling water. This I had to try.