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Bow Review: Mathews HALON 32

by Jon E. Silks 0

Mathews Archery is dependable — the kind of company you can trust. Their people are quality-driven, and their products have… more »

PrimeCentergy

Bow Review: Prime Centergy

by Jon E. Silks 0

Prime bows are stable performers each year, demonstrating excellent quality and sporting features that support the company’s slogan, “Designed to… more »

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Women’s Bow Review: Diamond Carbon Knockout

by Emily Kantner 0

Years ago, when I decided to trade in my rifle for a bow, my dad bought me a Diamond Razor… more »

BearMoment

Bow Review: Bear Moment

by Jon E. Silks 0

Bear’s 2017 Moment is loaded with features, including the EAZ Hybrid cam system, Max Preload Quad Limbs, reflex riser with… more »

Obsession-Hemorrhage-DE

Bow Review: Obsession Hemorrhage DE

by Jon E. Silks 0

Obsession introduced four new models for 2017, including the Hemorrhage DE. It is built on a compact riser sporting flared… more »

Reign6

Bow Review: Bowtech Reign 6

by Jon E. Silks 0

Bowtech prides itself on being a leader in archery technology. And for 2017, the company continues its high-tech push with… more »

Ravin-R9

Crossbow Review: Ravin R9

by Jon E. Silks 0

Every year at the Archery Trade Association (ATA) Show, a few new products seem to generate most of the buzz… more »

Pse2

Bow Review: PSE Evolve 35

by Jon E. Silks 0

PSE is an archery industry icon, and the 2017 PSE Evolve 35 is proof that the company continues to innovate… more »

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Bow Review: Hoyt Pro Defiant

by Jon E. Silks 0

Hoyt has expanded its Defiant series for 2017 with three new models — the Pro Defiant, Pro Defiant 34 and… more »

Xped

Bow Review: Xpedition Xcentric

by Jon E. Silks 0

Xpedition Archery, a relatively new company, was unknown to me until two years ago, when a friend insisted I try… more »

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