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09.18.2017 | Categories: Product Info, Selection Guides
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Making sense of deer scents

Used correctly, deer lures can be deadly effective at bringing deer within bow range of your tree stand or ground blind. Used incorrectly, they’re like warning signs and sirens telling deer to get out of the area as fast as possible. Look at a typical display of scent-based products in a typical hunting Pro Shop, […]

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09.07.2017 | Categories: Product Info, Selection Guides
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The basics of bow-mounted quivers for bowhunting

You’ve seen the pictures of Robin Hood and his merry men running through the woods with quivers of arrows strapped to their backs. That’s a nice look for Hollywood, and it’s cool for traditional archers shooting targets. But it’s not very practical for today’s bowhunters. Broadheads and back quivers aren’t a good combination. Whoever invented […]

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06.30.2017 | Categories: Product Info, Selection Guides
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Archers should not shoot bows with stands – bow pods – attached

An archer considering shooting a compound bow with a stand – bow pod – attached to the bottom limb should think again. Don’t do it. The temptation is strong to just pick up your bow and shoot it, without removing and reattaching the stand before and after each shot. Ground-blind bowhunters watching a big buck […]

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06.21.2017 | Categories: Product Info, Selection Guides
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Binoculars Accessories you’ve got to have for archery competitions

Every tournament archer needs a good set of binoculars. Whether you’re shooting indoors or out, 3-Ds or spots, you need to know exactly where your arrows are hitting the target. To have binoculars handy at all times on the line, and to use them in varying weather conditions, you’re going to need some accessories. Following […]

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06.02.2017 | Categories: Product Info, Selection Guides
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Guide to Compound Bow Arrow Rests

You’ve got your first compound bow, and now you’re trying to figure out which arrow rest to put on it. Looking through a catalog, you’ll undoubtedly notice many different rests in a variety of shapes and configurations. Let us break them down for you so you can figure out which rest is right for your […]

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05.26.2017 | Categories: Video, Product Info, Selection Guides
 

Guide to Olympic Archery Arrow Rests

In this video, LAS TechXpert, and former U.S. national champion archer, Dan Schuller runs through the different types of arrow rests for Olympic recurve bows. Olympic recurve archery – as the name suggests – is the only archery featured in the Olympic Games. So this is the highest level of competitive archery with a recurve […]

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05.05.2017 | Categories: Product Info, Selection Guides
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Guide to Traditional Archery Arrow Rests

Traditional archers are known for their simplicity. Everything about their gear is uncomplicated. The rests they choose for their bows are no different. They’re simple, but functional. Before you start to pick a rest, take a look at your bow’s riser. If it’s bare above the shelf, with no holes in it, your rest choices […]

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04.21.2017 | Categories: Product Info, Selection Guides
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How to stay dry at a 3-D tournament

Except for lightning or some other dangerous situation, nothing stops a 3-D archery tournament. Those competitors shoot in all weather conditions. Perhaps nothing is as vexing to a 3-D archer as rain. Water can cause all kinds of problems with archery gear. Besides rusting any steel parts, it can blur sight lenses, soak strings and […]

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03.22.2017 | Categories: Product Info, Selection Guides
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A guide to bow stands for 3-D archery

The 3-D archery course can be a rough place. Mud, rocks, grass, pavement, greenbriers – you never what you’ll have to deal with. Encounter any of these conditions and you’ll wonder, “Where can I put my compound bow?” The thing you don’t want to do is set your bottom cam and/or limb down on anything […]

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03.17.2017 | Categories: Product Info, Selection Guides
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What do the numbers on binoculars mean?

Ever wonder what the numbers on a set of binoculars mean? You see pairs stamped with 8×25, 10×42, 12×50, etc. It’s important to understand those numbers when you’re picking out a pair of binoculars for target archery, hunting, watching sports, etc. Take a walk through the field of competitors at a 3-D tournament and you’ll […]

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