Guide And Tips


Crank cocking device
Share!If you’re looking to improve your crossbow accuracy, one place you might start is with a new cocking device. Whenever you make gear decisions the most important question to ask is, “Will this improve my accuracy?” You can have all the speed, power, and flash you want, but if you […]

Can a New Cocking Device Help Improve Your Crossbow Accuracy?


Traditional Recurve Youth Bow
Share!If you have a kid, or know a kid, interested in archery, these 3 traditional youth bows are worth a look. Movies are stories and we all have our own favorite stories. Since I was a kid my favorite movies have always been set in historical places. Movies like Braveheart, […]

These 3 Traditional Youth Bows are Worth a Look


Long crossbow shots
Share!Taking a long crossbow shot can really put your skills to the test. There is an energized fad going around the archery world right now about shooting long distances. My guess is it started with the ultra-popular Cameron Hanes demonstrating his shooting abilities at +100 yards. The truth is people […]

Long Crossbow Shot: How Would You Fare at This Distance?




SAS Spirit Recurve
Share!Choosing a traditional bow is a personal decision, and you should answer these 4 questions before dropping the string. Remembering your first is always easy. Your first car, first teacher, first date, first deer, or first whatever. They just have a way of sticking in your memory. It’s the same […]

Beginner’s Guide to Choosing a Traditional Bow


Cooking venison southern style
Share!If you’re lucky enough to have some meat in the freezer this fall, you might try cooking venison southern style after giving this video a watch. We all hunt for different reasons. Some hunt for fun, others hunt for trophy animals, and still others hunt to carry on family traditions. […]

Cooking Venison Southern Style: Backstrap 2 Ways



If your goal is to simplify your hunting gear you may start in these 3 areas.
Share!If you are impressed by the achievements of past archers, you may consider simplifying your hunting gear like they did. Archery sure has come a long ways over the past few decades. One thing I enjoy in my spare time is looking back into the exploits of archers in our […]

Feeling Overwhelmed? 3 Ways to Simplify Your Hunting Gear


Bowhunting safety.
Share!Whether you are new to the sport, or just need a gentle reminder, here are a few bowhunting safety tips to remember. Don’t run with scissors. Look both ways when you cross the street. Put that down. Look at me when I’m talking to you. Eat this. For gosh sakes […]

Bowhunting Safety Tips; 3 Things to Keep in Mind this ...


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Share!Introducing kids to archery is the best way to ensure our great sport finds its way to the future. When done right parenting is a tough job. Not only do┬ákids require a tremendous amount of energy, but the responsibility of instilling values and raising them up isn’t as easy as […]

Why Introducing Kids to Archery is so Important



A two cam bow like this must be checked for timing periodically.
Share!Learning the very basics of compound bow cam tuning is an important step to better understand your archery equipment. For some folks out there, tinkering with their archery equipment is half of the fun. Bonafide gear nuts are always modifying their setup, adding new accessories, or fine tuning their shooting […]

The Basics of Cam Tuning for Compound Bows


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Share!Dry firing a bow violates┬áthe biggest commandment in archery. Here are 3 things you should know about it. It comes standard with every bow. Every time a bow changes hands there is a warning issued. If you’ve been in archery longer than five seconds you have heard it at least […]

Dry Firing a Bow; 3 Things You Should Know


How to score a deer.
Share!Whatever reason you hunt, learning how to score a deer adds to your overall knowledge of our treasured pastime. I’ve never been much of a horn hunter, at least that’s what we call them where I’m from. When I’m out hunting I’m there to lay up some meat in the […]

Learn How to Score a Deer in Less Than 10 ...