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Single-pin and multi-pin bow sights

Should You Shoot a Single-Pin or Multi-Pin Bow Sight?

by Levi Morgan 0

Everyone has their reason for shooting the pin setup they choose. Some people get confused with multi-colored pins in the… more »

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Gear Review: Garmin Xero A1i

by Emily Kantner 0

With a shorter draw length and lower draw weight than many of my male counterparts, I have a relatively slow… more »

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Become a Better Bowhunter by Choosing the Right Bow Sight

by Tony Peterson 0

In order to get the most out of your bow sight, you need to get used to it before the… more »

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How Much Do Release Aids Impact Arrow Flight?

by Jon E. Silks 0

Several years ago, as I was practicing at 70 yards for an upcoming elk hunt, something peculiar happened that I… more »

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Introducing the Trophy Ridge React Pro

by Bowhunting Online Staff 0

Trophy Ridge was at the 2015 ATA Show in Indianapolis to introduce its newest sight, the React Pro. The React… more »

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New Bow Sights for 2015

by Bowhunting Online Staff 0

Despite the fact that it usually¬†lacks¬†the popular attention of a newly released compound bow or crossbow, the bow sight is… more »

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New Bow Sights for 2014

by Bowhunting Online Staff 1

Although it might not always get the attention of a new compound bow or crossbow, the bow sight is an… more »

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ATA: Trophy Ridge’s New Cypher Sight Series

by Christian Berg 0

Trophy Ridge is showing a new line of Cypher sights this week at the Archery Trade Show. The sights are… more »

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Elite Archery parent acquires Scott Archery

by Christian Berg 2

The Outdoor Group LLC, parent company of Elite Archery, announced today it has acquired Scott Archery and its subsidiary Custom… more »

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New Archery Products’ Apache Rest

by Daniel Beraldo 0

Have you ever fought a rest for the perfect horizontal and vertical adjustment, possibly sliding them too far past your desired mark or sometimes fighting just to get it to move?

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