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Hoyt Faktor 30 Review

by Jon E. Silks 0

Hoyt Archery consistently produces top-notch bows. The company’s 2014 line covers a wide range of interests and price points. You… more »

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Mathews Chill R Review

by Jon E. Silks 0

Mathews is a powerhouse in the archery industry, and for that reason I expect big things year in and year… more »

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Mathews Introduces Monster Chill X & SDX to Bow Lineup

by Bowhunting Online Staff 0

Mathews recently added two new bows to its Monster Chill Series for the 2014 season, the Monster Chill X and… more »

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6 Compound Bow Rigs Under $600

by Patrick Meitin 3

I love—and even prefer—shooting flagship bows with top-end accessories. But I’ll confess that during many seasons in my life these… more »

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Compound Bow Buyer’s Guide

by Patrick Meitin 0

Today’s compound bows come in all shapes and sizes. The industry itself is filled with mixed messages: some tell you… more »

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PSE DNA SP Bow Review

by Jon E. Silks 0

PSE is back with a bow that is a direct response to their customers’ specific request for a smoother draw… more »

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Hoyt Carbon Spyder 30 Review

by Jon E. Silks 3

Hoyt Archery continues to offer top-notch hunting rigs with carbon construction that pushes the limits of technology and performance. The… more »

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Diamond Core Bow Review

by Jon E. Silks 1

Diamond Archery’s new Core is a versatile, ready-to-shoot rig that hits the sweet spot between value and performance. With loads… more »

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TenPoint Stealth SS Review

by Jon E. Silks 0

The name TenPoint is synonymous with crossbow hunting, and the 2013 Stealth SS is loaded from stock to stirrup with… more »

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Win & Win Shadow 32 Review

by Jon E. Silks 0

Win & Win Archery is a Korean-based company that has a long and successful presence in the recurve bow and… more »

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