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Barnett Ghost 385 Review

by Jon E. Silks 2

The name Barnett is synonymous with the crossbow world as it has been serving the industry for more than half… more »

Top Crossbow States for 2013

Best States for Crossbow Hunting in 2013

by Patrick Meitin 3

If I was asked to choose just one spot to hunt with a crossbow, it would be my back yard…. more »

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Stryker Strykezone 380 Review

by Bob Humphrey 0

Last fall, Stryker sent me a StrykeZone 380 for evaluation. Unfortunately, after setting it up for an Alabama deer hunt… more »

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Bowhunting Alert: Bob Humphrey Benefit Auction

by Christian Berg 0

  One of the best parts of being editor at Petersen’s Bowhunting is working with a really great group of… more »

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Study Shows Michigan Crossbow Hunters Have Doubled Since 2009

by Christian Berg 4

It’s no secret crossbows have become a pretty big deal in the archery world. A decade-long national trend toward the… more »

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10 Exciting New Crossbows for 2013

by Bowhunting Online Staff 4

Without question, one of the fastest growing items within the bowhunting community has been the crossbow. As more and more… more »

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Introducing the TenPoint Vapor Crossbow

by Bowhunting Online Staff 2

TenPoint introduced its new flagship crossbow at the 2013 ATA Show, the TenPoint Vapor. Arguably the Vapor’s most notable feature… more »

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Introducing the Parker Blackhawk Crossbow

by Bowhunting Online Staff 0

Parker Bows introduced its brand new Parker Blackhawk crossbow during the 2013 ATA Show in Louisville, Ky. Designed for concealability… more »

Excalibur Matrix 380 Xtra

Introducing the Excalibur Matrix 380 Xtra

by Bowhunting Online Staff 3

Excalibur Crossbow introduced its brand new compact crossbow Monday at the 2013 ATA Show in Louisville, Ky. More compact than… more »

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Crossbows vs. Compounds: Comparing Apples to Apples

by Bob Humphrey 24

We’ve all heard the story of William Tell, and most remember the gist of the tale. As punishment for failing… more »

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