The Trick-Pin System – Quit Your Range-Finder Habit
Darin Cooper - Rokslide Senior Editor
This may be the coolest damn thing you never knew about your bow!
We have all heard somebody say something ridiculous like, “This new bow is so fast you probably only need one pin out to 50 yards!” And to that, experienced bowhunters can collectively answer, “Right dude… Good luck with that!” That is… until I let you all in on one of my best kept secrets. By the way, bowhunters using single-pin, movable-sights – this is THE WAY to set your sight up for hunting.
This UT Bull got tricked!
A LOOK INTO THE NEWEST BCY MATERIAL AND THE COMPANY PUTTING THEM TO THE TEST
BY: EVAN WILLIAMS
Here they are ladies and gentlemen!!! The 2013 Bow lines...
Lets be honest. Who out there is looking to buy a new bow? With the economy the way it is right now buying a new bow vs. continuing to shoot our current bows is really a no brainer. So what about doing a little equipment upgrading instead?! It will be cheaper than a new bow and maybe get us that one or two pieces of gear that cost us that buck or bull in 2012 or a previous season. But what do we pick?
Custom Bow Equipment (CBE) Sights
by Jared Bloomgren
So what makes a great sight? Many think durability, accuracy, craftsmanship, trustworthy, strong, versatile, dynamic, precision, etc. etc… Are there any companies out there that offer all this? There are a couple and here is one such company.
NEW INNOVATION IN BROADHEAD TECHNOLOGY
BY: EVAN WILLIAMS
I removed the Gold Tip Pro Hunter from my quiver in preparation. He was headed straight towards me, feeding, closing the distance from 100 yards. Standing in chest high Milo I knew this was the moment that I was finally going to get my 200”+ Mule Deer. Just as my arrow cleared the quivers hood I heard the rattle of a loose blade. As I peered down my eyes confirmed what my ears had already told me. Quickly I dropped the arrow next to me and reached for another, he was now at 70 yards and still closing.