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Tenpoint adds a new crossbow

As the majority of our hunting population ages, crossbows have steadily moved to the forefront of today’s archery market.  

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Yesterday at 9:00 am
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A life well lived: Remembering a hunter and friend

This month, I am stepping a bit outside of this column’s normal subject matter, but I feel strongly about this message. 

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May 22 at 9:00 am
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For tradition’s sake, try one

Modern advancements in technology have made it easier than ever to be a successful archer. Tools such as compound bows with high let- offs, electronic rangefinders, magnified fiber-optic bow sights, fall-away arrow rests and many other advancements have changed our sport forever.  

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April 22 at 9:00 am
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No time better than now to prepare

As I write this, another year’s deer season has come to a close. For many hunters, this is a sad time of year, as thoughts of a long offseason become reality. 

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March 22 at 9:00 am
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A crossbow that fills all the bills

Slightly more than a year ago, I heard rumblings that Matt McPherson and his engineers at Mission Crossbows were working on a revolutionary design that would set the bar higher for the entire industry.

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January 22 at 9:00 am
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Hoyt takes a big step

Hoyt Archery’s 2018 flagship hunting bows are the most innovative to come from the Salt Lake City-based manufacturer in many years. Hoyt has redesigned their bows from the ground up, giving them a much-needed overhaul and adding a lot of new technology.

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December 22, 2017 at 9:00 am
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DTX fulfills the Hype

Not many years ago, compound bows offered little in terms of adjustability. Most models featured only 10 pounds of draw-weight range, and at most, only 3 inches of draw-length adjustment. For many first-time archers, this meant starting out shooting a higher draw weight than they were comfortable with so they wouldn’t have to purchase new limbs for a higher poundage later.  Worse yet, parents of youngsters who were still growing often had to purchase several bows before their child reached adulthood.  

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November 22, 2017 at 9:00 am
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Get a grip on bow torque

In layman’s terms, torque is defined as a rotational force or the twisting of an object. While there are some cases where more torque is desirable — such as the output of your vehicle’s engine — the handle of your bow is NOT one of them. 

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October 22, 2017 at 9:00 am
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