The Strugglestick Addiction: Part I

The Strugglestick Addiction: Part I By Aron Snyder, Host of Kifarucast If you would have asked me a few years ago what I thought about traditional archery, you probably wouldn't have...

Building Accurate Sight Tapes

Building Accurate Sight Tapes By Doug Rosin, Rokslide Moderator When your trophy of a lifetime requires you to dial your adjustable sight to a specific distance, you want to be 100%...

One or Both Eyes Open

One or Both Eyes Open By Guest Contributor, Jimmy Tippetts (Slim Jim) When shooting a compound bow, do you use one or both eyes? This topic has been discussed many times,...

Maximum Effective Range

Maximum Effective Range By Jared Bloomgren, Rokslide Staff This can be one of those touchy subjects and often turns into one of those "I can shoot farther than...

DIY Bowstring Installation

    DIY Bowstring Installation By Jared Bloomgren, Rokslide Prostaff The energy that a bow produces is transferred through the strings and cams and lastly to the arrow....
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Backcountry Proofing Your Bow

 Backcountry Proofing Your Bow by Shaun Smith, Rokslide Senior Member As Murphy's law states, if it can go wrong it will go wrong. This holds especially true as...

Practicing for Success

Practicing for Success Shaun Smith Every year after hunting season is over, most people will throw their bow in the closet not to be touched again until the...

Setting Up Your Bow, DIY Style

  Setting Up Your Own Bow, DIY Style By Jared Bloomgren, Rokslide Prostaff Setting up your own bow is a common topic that many archers would like to have...

Whip the Wind – Tools to Keep your Arrows On-Target

Whip the Wind Tools to Keep Your Arrows on Target by Darin Cooper Of all things I hate to see on a day I’m going shooting – it’s the...

Arrow Weight Setups

Arrow Weight Set-ups by Rokslide Staff Arrow weight set-ups vary greatly from one bowhunter to another. There are so many factors involved that it is impossible to have...