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Matrix Target System Review

by Tony Trietch, Rokslide Moderator

At first glance, the Matrix Target doesn't look much different from many other archery targets out there.  It is black with white aiming points. I admit that I scrolled by it a few times before I read up on its design features and realized I had to get my hands on one.


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Spot Hogg Archery Sights

By Steve Speck, S&S Archery

Spot Hogg has been making archery products since 1987.  On their website, they make a great comment that I couldn't agree with more from both a personal and company standpoint. It says "At Spot-Hogg, our goal has always been to provide archers with not just the highest of quality products, but with products that will help archers be more successful and have an overall more enjoyable experience."


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Ripcord Ace Arrow Rest

By Steve Speck, S&S Archery

New for 2015, Ripcord arrow rests has come out with a fall-away rest called the ACE. The ACE is a cable-actuated rest that, like other fall away rests, is held up in the upright position by the down cable in the last few inches of your draw cycle. However, the ACE can also be locked-up in the ready position so that when you draw it just moves the last ¼" or so.


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TightSpot Quivers

By Steve Speck, S&S Archery

I am a huge believer in equipment that will make you a better bowhunter. The sad fact is that there aren't that many products I can say, "Add this to your setup and you will be better a bowhunter." More often than not, we are surrounded by gimmicky products, and sucked-in by sexy marketing strategies that waste our money. Many of these products do more harm than good.

I get extremely frustrated when I continually see products come to market that are clearly designed by some designer/engineer who has never stepped into the field. I get even more frustrated when I see a poorly designed product selling well because of a large marketing budget behind it. I guess that is just part of the game. And in the end, it is up to the consumer to educate themselves on what is best for them.


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