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3 Rules of Thumb to Follow for Consistent Arrow Speed

by Jon E. Silks 0

There are many general guidelines in life we accept without really thinking about. For example, in real estate we are… more »

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Introducing the Easton Deep Six XD Arrows

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Easton Archery was at the 2015 ATA Show in Indianapolis to introduce its newest arrow, the Deep Six XD. The… more »

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Killer New Broadheads for 2015

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Sharp keeps getting sharper and the wound channels grow wider as broadhead manufacturers annually labor to bring bowhunters the best tools for the job…. more »

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Hot New Arrows for 2015

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As another calendar year comes to an end, we look to the horizon of next season with a careful eye for new innovation,… more »

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Introducing the Flying Arrow Archery Practice Point and Tom Bomb Extreme

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Flying Arrow Archery was on hand at the 2014 Mathews Retailer Show in Wisconsin Dells, Wisc., for the release of… more »

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2014 Broadhead Test: Mechanical vs. Hemorrhage Bags

by Jon E. Silks 0

As part of our 2014 Mechanical Broadhead Battle, we conducted the “Hemorrhage Bag Test,” designed to simulate the performance of… more »

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2014 Broadhead Test: Mechanical Vs. Sheet Metal

by Jon E. Silks 8

As part of our 2014 Mechanical Broadhead Battle, we conducted the “Hard-Impact Test,” designed to simulate the performance of a… more »

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2014 Broadhead Test: Mechanical Vs. Concrete

by Jon E. Silks 4

As part of our 2014 Mechanical Broadhead Battle, we conducted the zero-penetration test — a violent test of broadhead durability…. more »

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Introducing the Easton Carbon BowFire Arrow

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Easton was on hand at the 2014 ATA Show in Nashville, Tenn., for the release of its newest arrow, the… more »

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Best New Arrows for 2014

by Bowhunting Online Staff 1

Like all technology, the only constant about arrow design is that it’s always changing and developing. This year was no… more »

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