Archery Bows

Best Bow Stands in 2021

With very simple adjustments, these Bow Stands will fit on all bow limbs. The legs adjust as well to allow for the best balance angle for your bow. Put these innovative features together with the quality and durability and you have the only these bow stands you will need. It is great for tournament archers and blind hunters alike. Simple to attach and easy to fold and store when not in use. The 10 Best Bow Stands in 2021 Frequently Asked Questions(FAQs) Ques: How high should a tree stand be for deer hunting? Ans: The average height for a tree stand is 17 to 20 feet off the ground. This is a typical guideline, though, and it does not apply to every scenario. Remember to hide your outline and movements using cover. The less cover you can discover, the higher you should hang your tree stand, within reason. Higher than…

How Heavy is a Crossbow

[Updated on 1 September 2021] A crossbow is a tool that has been around for hundreds of years; it’s gone through many changes in that time, but the overall design has remained the same. A crossbow is like a bow, and a gun had a baby. It is a trigger action bow that is designed to fire arrows faster and with more accuracy than a traditional bow. The crossbow weight holds significant importance when hunting and even simple target practice.  The first question when looking for a crossbow is; how much does a crossbow weigh? Thanks to their design and all the parts needed to make a crossbow work, they are a lot heavier than a traditional bow. The lightest a barebones crossbow will be is around six pounds, but a crossbow that is loaded with features can reach upwards of fifteen pounds. In most cases, the average crossbow weighs…

Best Re-curve bows in 2021

The Best Recurve Bows in 2021 (Best For Beginners, Best For Advanced Archers and Best For Hunting and Target Shooting) [Updated on 1 September 2021] The origin of the first recurve bow is still unclear.  Some think they originated from Asia while others say they were invented in the Middle East.  Others believe the Egyptians were the first to make recurve bows. That aside, the bow is a compact style specifically designed for hunting and archery.  They tend to be more advanced than the longbows that the western cultures preferred. They are more accurate due to the curve of the limbs. The limbs move away from the user, letting more tension to be propelled in the bow for more force when the archer unleashes the arrow. With more power on the bowstrings, the arrow will go faster and further when released.   There are several options for re-curve bows in the…

Best Crossbow Scopes 2021

With long eye relief and an ultra-forgiving eye box Crossbow Scopes, you’ll be able to quickly get a sight picture and acquire your target. The fast focus eyepiece allows quick and easy reticle focusing. The adjustable objective provides image focus and parallax removal to the shooter while anti-reflective, fully multi-coated lenses provide bright and clear views. The 10 Best Crossbow Scopes Allow You to Make a Precise Shot on Target Very Quickly MA3TY Crossbow Scope UTG 4X32 1″ Crossbow Scope TRUGLO Crossbow 4X32 Compact Scope  Vortex Optics Crossfire Hawke Sport Optics Crossbow Scope Barnett Cross Scope Hammers Compact Red/Blue Illuminated Crossbow Scope Hawke 3X32 IR Crossbow Scope TenPoint Shadow NXT Crossbow Scope Ravin 100-Yard Illuminated Red/Green Crossbow Scope Frequently Asked Questions(FAQs) What is the best Excalibur scope? The Excalibur Twilight DLX Scope is the finest premium scope for low-light shooting if money is no issue. It gets as light as…

Best Bow Stabilizer for 2021

[Updated on 1 August 2021] The Bow Stabilizer is one of the important bow accessories that every archery or hunter must-have. The stabilizers will not only increase the stability of your bow but also reduce vibration to make you are a more effective archer. The 10 Best Bow Stabilizers for 2021 Frequently Asked Questions(FAQs) What kind of bow stabilizer should I use? Long, non-flexible, weight-forward designs are required for maximum bow stability. A stabilizer with a lot of weight on the front provides maximum control. What size stabilizer is best for hunting? Mid-length stabilizers are ideal for typical hunting with wider open areas. For hunting, a stabilizer about 12 or 14 inches long will offer you the optimum balance of weight stabilization and vibration dampening, making them an excellent choice.

Best Bow Sights 2021

Best bow sights and the main differences to know before buying [Updated on 1 August 2021] For a successful bow hunt, you must have the right bow skills and equipment. These skills include knowing how to aim, draw the line, and successfully firing at your target.  Equipment includes a good bow, arrows, and a best bow sights. These skills and equipment all need to be in sync, in both your body and mind, for the best outcomes. A proper sight will help you with a successful hunt. A modern-day bow is designed to shoot flat for a couple of yards. This is why bow sights are better than doing guesswork when aiming a target with your eyes only. You will have improved accuracy when you look through the pins in a sight, even at different ranges. This is the most effective way to reduce human error when hunting with a…

Best Bow Releases 2021 for Superior Comfort while Shooting

Bow Releases giving you the ability to secure to wrist with one hand and glass, climb, or rattle with no flopping or clanging. Serious bowhunting requires a release that can maximize the power and consistency of your shots. The Bow Release is equipped with a self-centering knuckle that eliminates torque and a pivoting body that compensates for different anchor point positions. Perfect for your next archery hunt! The 10 Best Bow Releases 2021 for Superior Comfort while Shooting Frequently Asked Questions(FAQs) Which type of bow release is best? The Best Bow Release for Increasing Accuracy TRUGLO Detonator Ultra-Smooth Single Jaw Archery Release Spot-Hogg Wiseguy. Best Handheld Release. Tru-Fire Hardcore 4 Finger Revolution Archery Release What are the different types of archery bow releases? There are many different archery release aids on the market; the 4 most common are as follows:  Wrist Strap Index Finger Release Handheld Thumb Trigger Release Handheld…

How Heavy is a Compound Bow

[Updated on 1 August 2021] When we talk about bows, the draw weight is always one of the biggest concerns. Draw weight is important, but people rarely talk about the actual weight of the bow, which is more important than you may think. To better know your bow and how it will affect your shot, you should start by understanding how much your compound bow weight with and without attachments.  So; How heavy is a compound bow? Compound bows without attachments range in size and features, so they range pretty significantly in weight. For the most part, compound bows will weigh as little as three pounds and as much as six pounds. A three-pound difference may not seem like much, but it is enormous, especially with the repetitive motion that comes along with bow hunting. There are a few factors that affect the weight, including the size of the bow…

Best Bow Cases For Protection Of Bow 2021

[Updated on 1 August 2021] You spend precious time dialing in your bow; keep it safe, secure, and sighted in with Bow Cases. Our cases are designed to keep your limbs protected and your string in perfect condition whether you’re dragging it to the range on the weekends or getting ready to draw on that trophy you’ve been waiting all season for. We might not be able to stop buck fever, but we’ll help to make sure your bow is in top condition no matter where you take it. The Best Bow Cases For Allowing Archers To Protect Their Bow Frequently Asked Questions(FAQs) Is a bow case necessary? When visiting between home and the range, Bow Cases are ideal for keeping your bow safe. Unprotected bows may be dropped onto concrete or impacted against a vehicle, door, or wall. Bow cases protect your instrument from damage and help it to…

How Heavy is a Traditional Bow

[Updated on 1 August 2021] If you look at a traditional bow, it doesn’t seem all that heavy. It doesn’t have a lot of moving parts and its profile is pretty thin. Anything can get heavy if you have to carry it over long periods of use. Whether you are using your traditional bow for hunting or competition, it will start to wear on your arm and make aiming a literal and figurative pain. How heavy is a traditional bow that it could have this effect? It is important to note when you are researching traditional bow weight that there is a difference between physical weight and draw weight. Draw weight is the power behind the bow and reaches upwards of sixty pounds in some cases.  Bows will rarely reach the six to seven-pound range, and if they do, they most likely have additional accessories for specific uses.  How Much…

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