Want a better long-range arrow? Try a 4MM shaft from Easton.
Why did broadhead mastermind, SEVR, take its uber-popular Ti 2.1 and transform it to a Ti 2.0? Read on.
Mechanical broadheads deserve praise. Most fly true and carve exceptional wound channels. The SEVR 1.5 just happens to fly even better than a field point.
If you want a faster and more accurate arrow, you can find it in the new Easton 6.5 lineup.
When it comes to bowhunters looking to shoot an exceptional arrow, they need look no further than Easton’s FMJ 4MM.
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Compound bows have gotten smaller every year in search of more speed and less weight. Here are several reasons why you might want to buck that trend, including top new picks from six companies.
From public land to small and large private land deer hunting, having the right trail camera setups for the job can take your success to the next level.
Some bowhunters prefer lightweight arrows, some prefer heavy models, some prefer slim-diameter arrows, and still more bowhunters prefer something else completely. Thankfully, there’s a high-performance arrow for every hunter out there no matter what they like.
The business end of every arrow ultimately makes the quick, clean shots that all bowhunters strive for, and the broadhead chosen for the job could be a fixed style, expandable or a combination of the two. And lucky for us, there are plenty of choices this year.