Tech Tips- Whitetails and Mechanical Broadheads
Posted on December 6, 2013

  Whitetails and Mechanical Broadheads Today’s bows and arrows are technologically advanced, but does this mean you can just screw on any broadhead and hunt? Common sense says no. By Joe Bell Each season in deer camp, I notice more and more bowhunters using expanding-blade broadheads over smaller fixed-blade-style heads. … more


Deadly Steel- Here’s a look at some of the best broadheads for 2013.
Posted on March 8, 2013

Bowhunters often argue about what’s the best broadhead… and obviously for good reason. The cutting end of the arrow is responsible for doing the killing, so choosing the right one is paramount to a clean kill and a memorable moment in the field. The wrong broadhead, of course, can spell … more

Muzzy's new MX-3 125 is a great broadhead to consider when switching from 100- to 125-grain point weight. This head is well balanced, in terms of aerodynamics, blade width and all-out toughness.

Broadheads and FOC
Posted on May 10, 2012

I noticed that a lot of advanced bowhunters are shooting heavier broadheads. Is this for more arrow weight and energy or to increase front of center and accuracy? Also, can you recommend any great 125 three-blade broadheads for doing this? Dave Jenson, via e-mail   From our experience, a slightly … more


What’s Best? Hair Trigger or Firm Pull?
Posted on May 10, 2012

Hey, Joe. I’ve been experimenting with trigger pull and was wondering what you use. Do you prefer a hair trigger or a firm pull? It seems a hair trigger makes me a bit jumpy. Any advice would be great. Thanks. Jim Perry, via e-mail Hi, Jim. There’s a fine line … more


Bowhunting Coach: Last-Minute Bow Checks
Posted on December 6, 2011

Each year it seems that something on my bow goes haywire a couple weeks before opening day. My bow is shooting like a dream when suddenly, I notice some inconsistency in my shooting. Sometimes this erratic shooting behavior is just me getting excited about heading for the woods, but not … more


Bowhunting Gear Guide
Posted on September 15, 2011

Wicked Fast and Smooth Diamond’s new Dead Eye shoots a blazing 343 fps IBO! This makes it the most efficient bow this company has ever developed. The bow features the revolutionary Throttle Cam (with rotating draw-length module), FLX-Guard, seven-layer laminated limbs, fully machined riser and the new twin-machined center-lock limb … more


Gear Guide: Tracers, Quivers, Arrow Heads & More
Posted on June 22, 2011

Lights the Way Easton’s Tracer RLI delivers the most advanced technology available in nock illumination and now incorporates a replaceable lithium battery. The patented Tracer system utilizes an onboard micro-controller with a magnetically activated switch. Available in superbright red, the lightweight Tracer RLi lights a track all the way to … more


The Four-Step Formula for Choosing the Perfect Broadhead
Posted on June 9, 2011

Accuracy is a critical feature when considering a broadhead and shooting long-range groups will help determine the consistency of different models. Joe Bell photo The quest for the perfect broadhead is something our primitive ancestors have been searching for since the invention of the bow and arrow. Man has been … more