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mangled broadhead that failed to deploy blades

Archery

Coping With a Loss — Wounded Deer

Failing to recover a wounded animal hurts on many levels and stirs a plethora of emotions. Join this hunter on his journey with the ups and downs of tracking a wounded buck.

Hunter in camo shooting crossbows from 4-foot high shooting sticks

Archery

Hunting Horizontal

Are crossbows so easy to shoot they should’t be allowed? Some say they’re easier to shoot, or hold steady or have greater accuracy. Maybe. Maybe not. The author shares his personal experiences. Are they the same as yours?

Three young archers shooting Olympic recurve bows

Archery

Women Afield—The Art of Archery: How a Compound Bow is Made

Did you ever wonder what goes into making a compound bow? There are many different bow manufactures and so many great models to choose from for every level of shooter. Archery season is in full swing around the county and may very well be one of the most exciting ways to hunt whitetail. Read this article to learn more.

A Fine Trophy

Archery

Preparing for Your First Big Game Hunt

As the days become shorter and the leaves begin to change, hunters across this great nation are preparing for their respective seasons in mind, body, and spirit. Guns come out of storage; decoys cleaned and repainted. Bows are shot and deer silhouette targets are popping up in suburban backyards. Read this article to learn more about preparing for your first big game hunt.

Archery

How to Survive Flying in the Not-So-Friendly Skies

Chances are if you have ever traveled by plane with firearms or archery tackle you have probably encountered similar issues. It can be stressful and even a bit chaotic. However, it does not have to be if you keep a few things in mind. The tips, do’s and don’ts in this article, from a seasoned pro, are a great way to be prepared and have the smoothest flight possible.

Paper Tuning Your Bow

Archery

Women Afield — Tuned to Perfection

Paper tuning is one of the easiest, most economically ways to tune your bow. A poorly tuned bow can be very frustrating, not to mention disappointing, especially if you are presented with the shot of a lifetime only to discover your bow is not shooting as you expected. Read this article to learn how to paper tune your bow for better accuracy in the field.

Tink-Nathan-With-Wounded-Vet

Archery

Operation Bows And Heroes — Moonlight Fund

Cash strapped? No problem, why not donate some of that extra gear in your closet or man cave. After all, we have all bought a release, pack of broadheads, bow case or some other piece of gear that did not work out the way we hoped. Perhaps, you just kept something as a spare when you upgraded. What could be better than scrounging up that extra gear and donating it to a wounded vet? It is a fantastic way to give thanks to a wounded vet and introduce someone to the wonderful sport of archery.