Buying binoculars is confusing. What is the difference between 8×32 and 10×42 or 12×50? Which is the best for your hunts?
Many people are aware of crossbows but aren’t sure what to look for when considering and buying one. Here is what you need to know before shopping for one.
Here are some things to be aware of before you purchase pre-owned archery equipment. This information will help you avoid spending money on a bow you can’t use.
The Spikepress is quite simply, safer for the person who is working on the bow, and protects the longevity of the bow itself.
Once the hunt is over, it’s over unless you get it on film. Cindy Lavender covers what you need.
When I find something that performs this well for me, I need to share it.
Cindy Lavender learns something just about every time she hunts, this was no exception.
Many people are familiar with crossbows but not really sure what to look for
Recreational hunting is under attack and a principle target is the image of the ‘unethical hunter’
Things take a serious turn for the worst when a huge angry bear. The bear’s massive size is alarming
You’ve either taken a bear with a bow, or you haven’t. If you haven’t this one’s for you.
Cindy Lavender shows how to set up and tune your recurve bow so it performs at its most efficient.
Armed with my Vanguard Endeavor ED binoculars. I was doing some early season shed hunting which produced a half-chewed 4-pointed antler.
Stump shooting is one of the best ways to practice estimating yardage. It’s even more fun when you can stump shoot with friends.
If you are in the market for binoculars for hunting you should be familiar with some common features and specifications to fit your needs
Single cam, dual cams, binary cams, hybrids, cam and ½; what’s the story behind all the cam types? Does one type shoot better than another?
Times are tough for a lot of us. Many people want to get into archery or bowhunting, but they don’t have several hundred dollars saved for a new set up. The smallest amount of money an average adult can get away with for the basics to get started shooting is just over $600.
Understanding the trajectory of your arrow flight will greatly reduce your misses or bad shots in bowhunting. How much do you understand about the trajectory of your arrow? You know that the arrow you shoot travels in an arc. This arc is created by the slow speed in which it travels. (Yes, 300fps is pretty slow compared to a bullet shot from a rifle, which is about 10 times that speed (3000fps)). The slower your arrow (the projectile) travels, the more it will drop over the course of its flight.