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  1. 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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  2. 2018 Bowtech Realm and RealmX

    The Realm and the RealmX are the flagship hunting bows from Bowtech for 2018. In this video, LAS TechXpert P.J. Reilly gives an overview of these two compound bows. Both feature new, wide limbs that can be locked into place via Bowtech's CP Dual Lock pocket system. The CP system allows an archer to lock the limbs to the pocket...
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  3. PODCAST: Erin McGladdery, 2017 IBO National Triple Crown Champion

    PODCAST: Erin McGladdery, 2017 IBO National Triple Crown Champion

    Erin McGladdery. Remember that name. You'll probably be hearing it quite a bit in the world of professional 3-D archery going forward. As a rookie pro in 2017, McGladdery, who hails from rural Saskatchewan, Canada, shot on the ASA and IBO circuits, and managed to take the coveted IBO National Triple Crown Championship title. She also finished third at the...
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  4. 2017 Bowtech Reign 6 Compound Bow Review

    Bowtech Archery has introduced the Reign 6 and Reign 7 as their flagship hunting bows for 2017. The numbers - 6 and 7 - refer to the brace height of each particular model. The Reign 6 has a 6-inch brace height, while the Reign 7 has a 7-inch brace height. In this video, LAS TechXpert P.J. Reilly runs down the...
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