It seems like in today’s adrenaline-hyped crossbow market, a great deal of emphasis is being placed on the speed of crossbows. Manufacturers are now using speed as the primary marketing tool to convince you to buy their crossbows because they shoot “faster” than others offered in the same price range. This...
If you plan to amp up your hunting game this season, you better test-drive TenPoint's newest crossbow. The company has pushed the boundary on reverse-draw performance design with the all-new Nitro X model.
The new TenPoint Nitro X hunting crossbow is one of the fastest, most advanced crossbows on the market today. Its unique technology provides greater kinetic energy for big-game hunting.
Tenpoint Crossbow Technologies has launched the EVO-X CenterPunch premium carbon crossbow arrows. Weighing 445 grains and featuring 17 percent Front Of Center, the CenterPunch arrow is designed to improve crossbow accuracy by up to 25 percent.
TenPoint Crossbow Technologies’ New 2018 Nitro X is the company's fastest and smallest hunting crossbow. Measuring an ultra-narrow 7 inches wide, the Nitro X unleashes speeds up to 440 feet-per-second, generating 166 foot-pounds of kinetic energy and excellent down-range accuracy.
Hunters know that making mock scrapes – and ambushing deer near them – can pay big dividends. Kevin Whitehead has learned that sometimes unconventional tactics are the secret to getting mature bucks to reveal themselves when visiting scrapes.
Crossbow use continues to grow around the country – and right in line with those increasing numbers are the rising performance and technology that manufacturers keeping adding to their crossbow models. Here are the hottest new crossbows for 2018.
As crossbow use continues to rise throughout the ranks of deer hunters, some common questions arise. One that often pops up is what to do when the crossbow is cocked, but won't fire.
How many times have you heard other hunters say you can’t pattern bucks during the rut? Truth be known, rutting bucks are every bit as patternable as non-rutting bucks, especially during the breeding phase.