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Bowtech Prodigy Bow Review

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Always looking for a way to drive its technology to the next level, Bowtech has introduced all-new PowerShift Technology. It… more »

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Excalibur Micro 335 Crossbow Review

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Excalibur was started in 1983 out of a passion for crossbow hunting, and the company has since introduced many new… more »

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Mathews Monster Wake Review

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In a market that has just about every possible configuration and application covered, Mathews found a way to create something… more »

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Prime Rival Review

by Jon E. Silks 0

The mission is clear, as stated on the company website, “Prime’s mission is to build the most accurate bows on… more »

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Bear Archery Arena 34 Bow Review

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Bear Archery is all about strength, durability and performance. Bear focuses on making hunting bows that will withstand brutal weather… more »

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PSE Dream Season Decree Review

by Jon E. Silks 0

It’s a match made in bowhunting heaven — many, many bowhunters like fast bows, and PSE absolutely loves making them…. more »

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Hoyt Nitrum 30 Review

by Jon E. Silks 0

Hoyt is a well-established leader in the archery industry, and the company’s all-new 2015 Nitrum Series is designed to push… more »

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Bear Crux Review

by Jon E. Silks 0

Bear Archery has a history of bringing strong contenders to the market in the value-to-performance bow class. These rigs may… more »

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Mission MXB-400 Review

by Jon E. Silks 0

Mission continues its aggressive move into the crossbow market with the introduction of the MXB-400. Mission’s 2014 lineup also includes… more »

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PSE Full Throttle Review

by Jon E. Silks 0

So, did you ever think we would get here? 370 feet per second! I remember the days when we started… more »

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