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The Cutting Edge: Broadhead Sharpness Matters

A few things you should keep in mind when preparing for your next hunt. The broadhead does the killing. The broadhead kills the animal by exsanguination (bleeding sufficient to cause death) or by collapsing the lungs. A laceration caused by a sharp object always bleeds more than one made by a dull object. Let’s examine […]

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Arrows and Accuracy

Arrows and accuracy- Why would a person pay so much for a high quality bow but skimp on the quality of the arrows?  This question has been plaguing me for quite some time.   Partly because I see it every day, and partly because I have fallen into the same trap. It has been my experience […]

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Archery Gear for Trouble Free Bow Hunting

Archery Gear List for Trouble Free Bow Hunting:   There are many items we carry in the field with us when we hunt and many of them we would never miss until we actually need them.  Damaging or losing some of these items can and have ended many a hunt before it ever began.  Or, […]

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How To Measure Arrow Draw Length

To measure your draw length, determine the length of your arm–span in inches. Stand with your arms out and palms facing forward. Don’t stretch when measuring. Just stand naturally. Have someone else help you, and measure from the tip of one middle finger to the other. Then simply divide that number by 2.5. The quotient […]

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How To Order Custom Bow Strings And Cables

Winners Choice Strings are custom made to your bow’s specifications. Therefore, it is necessary to receive your bow’s individual specifications in order to accurately build your custom bow strings and cables. On the bottom limb of your bow (or inside your bow’s bottom inner limb pocket), you will find a sticker listing your bow’s lengths […]

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Determining Draw Length And Draw Weight

Unlike a traditional recurve bow that can be drawn back to virtually any length, a compound bow will draw back only at a specific distance before it stops. Compound bows are made to shoot at full–draw position. To be able to shoot at full draw, one will need to know what his/her draw length is. […]

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Top 10 Best Archery Products for 2009

Written By: Aaron Lasco I lied – there were so many incredible products for 2009, that I just couldn’t narrow it down to 10 – so, I give you instead – the top 20 best archery products for 2009! Wait until you see the #1 best archery product for 2009! You’re gonna love it! But […]

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Bowturbow Review

Written By: Aaron Lasco March 12, 2009 At the 2009 Archery Trade Show, the BowTurbow was introduced and advertised as being able to enhance bow performance in the following ways: Lower your bow poundage and shoot the same speed. Shoot a heavier tip weight to increase f.o.c. More kinetic energy and better penetration. Increase the […]

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How to Choose the Right Bow for You

Written By: Aaron Lasco July 13, 2009 With so many bow manufacturers and models to choose from these days, it is difficult for one to determine which make and model is right for him. Where do you even start? First and foremost, you must determine your intentions. Secondly, having some fundamental knowledge of bow technology […]

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How to Choose the Right Arrow Rest for Your Compound Bow

Written By: Aaron Lasco November 27, 2009 Whether you’re considering an upgrade, or outfitting a new bow, the arrow rest you choose maybe the difference between perfect arrow flight translating into success in the field, or all out misery when it comes time to tune your valuable investment. Never mind the fact you’ve spent hundreds […]

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