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TenPoint Crossbows Fire Up With Omni-Brite Lighted Nock System

Last October while hunting in Ohio with Heartland Wildlife Institute, we had the chance to try out the new TenPoint Crossbows lighted nocks, which at the time still were in a bit of development stage to work out some final tweaks. The Omni-Brite system worked well for our group, with six of us killing...

The new Mission Dagger Crossbow.

Wisconsin Crossbow Hunting Now Open For All

Wisconsin has become the latest state to open up crossbow hunting for all hunters, regardless of age, and eliminating the disability requirement. Hunters in Wisconsin will be able to buy a crossbow license along with their other licenses starting in March. In essence, you can buy either an archery tag or a crossbow tag,...

CUBLarge

Biodegradable Bolt Makes Unloading a Crossbow Easy

TenPoint Crossbows has a solution to one of the aggravating things about unloading a cocked crossbow: the need to carry a spare bolt to shoot when you’re finished hunting. It’s not a major issue, of course. You can add an extra bolt to your quiver and then fire it into the ground, retrieve it...

TenPoint Stealth SS

With Bows, Watch Out for Potential Snags

While shooting my TenPoint Stealth SS crossbow a few weeks ago I thought about a professional fisherman and a tip he once suggested about wearing hoodies with tie string hanging near his neck. He said whenever he gets a hoodie he’ll either remove the string completely or trim the ends shorter so when it’s...

Nicole McClain on Deer & Deer Hunting

Nicole McClain: Crossbow Myth Busting

Join Nicole on Facebook for more tips, advice and inspiration! By Nicole McClain Crossbows are for girls. Crossbows will decimate the herds. Crossbows are faster than compound bows. Crossbow cocking straps are for pansies. Too many times I hear negative and misleading chatter about crossbows, including all of the above, compounded (no pun intended)...