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  1. Know Your Archery Glues

    Know Your Archery Glues

    Stick it, for the win! Archery is a game that requires lots of glue. We glue points, inserts and nock bushings inside arrow shafts. We glue vanes, feathers and certain nocks onto arrow shafts. Sometimes you want bonds to be permanent. Sometimes, you want to be able to separate parts later. To get the right parts to stick the right...
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  2. Mathews VXR Series 2020 Compound Bows Review

    Mathews Archery launched the VXR Series bows as its flagship hunting line for 2020. Watch here as Lancaster Archery Supply's P.J. Reilly runs through the features and technologies built into these bows, which are the VXR 28 and the VXR 31. Mathews took a lot of the technology built into its 2019 Vertix line, such as the Switchweight Mods, and...
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  3. 2020 Bowtech Revolt Series Compound Bows Review

    New for 2020, Bowtech introduced its Revolt Series of compound bows. The series includes the Revolt X and the Revolt. Watch here as Lancaster Archery Supply's P.J. Reilly reviews the features and technologies built into the 30-inch Revolt and the 33-inch Revolt X. No question, the most significant feature of these bows is the Deadlock Cam system. This is a...
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  4. Hoyt 2020 Alpha Series RX-4 and Axius Compound Bows Review

    For 2020, Hoyt has introduced the Alpha Series compound bows, which include the carbon RX-4 and aluminum Axius models. Watch here as Lancaster Archery Supply TechXpert P.J. Reilly runs through the features and technologies built into these 29.5-inch-long bows. These are the shortest bows Hoyt has ever offered in their premium line. They are designed with the hardcore hunter in...
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  5. 2020 Prime Archery Black Series Compound Bows Review

    For 2020, Prime Archery has introduced its Black Series of compound bows, which has offerings for both bowhunters and target archers. Watch here, as Lancaster Archery Supply TechXpert Dustin Cimato runs through the features and technologies offered in this series of bows, which includes models that measure 31 inches, 33 inches and 35 inches long. Arguably the most noted feature...
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  6. 2020 Elite Kure Compound Bow Review

    Elite Archery introduced the all-new Kure compound bow as its flagship hunting bow for 2020. Lancaster Archery Supply's P.J. Reilly talked to Elite engineer Josh Sidebottom and Elite pro archer Nathan Brooks about the technologies built into this new bow. An all-new cam powers this bow, with beefier axles and a different configuration - both of which help to eliminate...
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  7. 2019 Prime Logic CT3

    Prime Archery unveiled the Logic CT3 as one of its flagship hunting compound bows for 2019. In the video, LAS TechXpert P.J. Reilly runs through the features of the CT3. The CT3 measures 33 inches long, with a 6.25-inch brace height and IBO speed rating of 335 feet per second. It features Prime parallel cam system and the "centergy" technology...
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  8. 2019 Obsession FX6, FX7, FXL and Lawless Compound Bows

    Obsession Bows has unveiled the FX6, FX7, FXL and Lawless compound bows as flagships in its lineup of offerings for 2019. In this video, LAS TechXpert P.J. Reilly runs through the features of these four Obsession bows. All of the bows features Obsession's new OB Traxx cam, which offers improved speed and drawing comfort and a letoff of 90%. The...
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  9. 2019 Hoyt RX-3, Helix and ProForce FX Compound Bows

    Hoyt introduced its 2019 lineup of compound bows, which include the RX-3, Helix and ProForce FX bows. In this video, Hoyt sales representative Gus Edwards describes the three bows to LAS TechXpert P.J. Reilly. The RX-3 is Hoyt's flagship carbon hunting bow. The RX-3 measures 30.5 inches, with a 6-inch brace height and IBO speed rating of 342 feet per...
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  10. 2019 PSE Evoke

    PSE Archery introduced its Evoke series of compound bows for 2019. In this video, LAS TechXpert P.J. Reilly runs through the features and specs of the Evoke 31 EC, Evoke 35 SE and Evoke 35 EC. The numbers associated with each model refers to axle-to-axle length. That is, the Evoke 31 is 31 inches long and the 35s measure 35...
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