Awesome Accessories for Your Favorite Archer

Archery and tinkering seem to go hand-in-hand. As soon as an archer gets their bow shooting perfect they decide to tear it apart or test a new piece of equipment to see if it makes an improvement. That makes buying a new gift easy, because—regardless of what you pick—they will want and use it.

Paradox Archery Bowsling Elite

A bowsling is one of the most basic and often overlooked accessories that will improve your shooting. Gripping the bow causes torque and degrades accuracy. To shoot your best, your bowhand must be relaxed and without a bowsling that is impossible. Paradox Archery’s Elite bowsling comes in several colors and features a leather front with a stainless steel washer for mounting. The sling is a stiff braided rope that makes slipping your hand in a breeze—with or without gloves when hunting.

Allen Camo Bow Case

Whether you are looking to keep Fluffy from chewing on your strings or protect your bow on trips to your stand or the target range, Allen Compound 46” Bow Case is up to the task. The 46” case has plenty of room to hold your bow with or without the quiver and enough left over for a couple of accessories.

Primos Bow Holster

Attach Primos’ Bow Holster to your belt, drop your cam into the cup and relax your arm while waiting for that buck to come by your stand. On the 3-D range or while practicing in the back yard—you’ll enjoy the same great advantages. The padded cup will not allow the cam to dig into your leg and you won’t have to put your bow down.

Bohning Seal-Tite Bow String Wax

A couple of dollars worth of prevention will save hundreds in replacement costs. Bohning’s Seal-Tite Bow String Wax is a silicone-based wax designed for high tensile bowstrings. This wax will lubricate and lengthen the life of your string, while reducing the friction of the fibers during the shot. Seal-Tite remains pliable under all weather conditions.

October Mountain Frixion Fighter Arrow Lube

Anytime you are shooting arrows into a foam target removal can be a strain on your muscles. Likewise, an arrow stuck in a target can lead to twisting and pulling that can damage the arrow or degrade its straightness. The solution is cheap and easy. Frixion Fighter Arrow Lube lets you remove your arrows from the target with ease; works on all arrow shafts and types of targets. Quite simply, OMP Frixion Fighter is a must have item for all target and 3D archers or hunters when practicing.

Scott Archery Little Bitty Goose

The Little Bitty Goose delivers unmatched performance, incredible accuracy, reliability and durability. The single-caliper release is also compact and easy to adjust to your exact length. With a shorter aluminum head, the Little Bitty Goose gives you intimate trigger control and the ability to increase your bow’s power stroke. The Little Bitty Goose has a fully adjustable trigger and micro-adjust rope-connection system for a superior, custom fit.

Allen Arrow Puller

Pulling arrows out of a target has never been easier with the Arrow Puller from Allen. The puller has soft rubber molded handle grips that make it easy to grip any shaft. This product will eliminate blisters. The puller also has a snap cup that attaches it to a belt loop on D-ring.

Pine Ridge Allen Wrenches

A set of Allen wrenches is an indispensable tool for archers whether at the target range or on a hunt. The Allen wrench set from Pine Ridge Archery will be the last wrench set you will ever need to buy. It’s made from a one-piece construction with a slip resistant finish and custom bolt and nut assembly. Wrench sizes include: .050, 1/16, 5/64, 3/32, 7/64, 1/8, 9/64, 5/32 and 3/16 inches.

Bohning All-in-One Bow Serving Kit

With a few cheap tools, reserving a bowstring is quick and easy. Bohning makes it even easier by combing everything in one package—including step-by-step instructional DVD. The kit includes a self-serve cable spreader, string separator and Serve-Tite serving tool with polygrip serving thread.

Bohning Blazer Quick Fletch

The Bohning Blazer Quick Fletch easily installs on most any arrow shaft. Once in place, simply submerge the shaft and Quick Fletch into 180-degree water to install. Bohning Blazer Quick Fletch are available in Orange Tiger, Yellow Tiger, White Tiger, Neon Yellow, Neon Orange and Neon Green. Six quick fletch are included in each package, so be sure to order two for a full dozen arrows. The weight per fletched tube is approximately 27 grains. Blazer Vanes are 1.987 inches long, with a profile height of .568 inches and weigh just 6 grains.

Bohning Blazer Helix Fletching Jig

There is a certain amount of satisfaction to building your own arrows not to mention the convenience. The Blazer Helix Jig from Bohning, is designed for standard carbon shafts, and fletches your 2-inch vanes with a perfect 3-degree right helical. It places three vanes 120 degrees apart and is easy to set-up and operate.

Doinker Chubby Hunter Supreme

The Chubby line of stabilizers are perfect for the Bow Hunter that is looking for Vibration Dampening via the combination of the Doinker Supreme and the Gen 5 Doinker with stability in compact size. The Chubby Hunter Supreme stabilizers are available in a wide range of colors. The Gen 5 Doinker stabilizer is the perfect balance between stability, noise, vibration dampening and compact size and tips the scale at 6.3 ounces for the 4.75-inch model.

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