The Third-Axis Leveling Device by Hamskea Archery Solutions was designed to simplify the difficulty of leveling your bowsight for second- and third-axis capability.

Inside Gear
Posted on July 16, 2014

01: Cabela’s E.C.W.C.S Thermal Zone Polartec Power Dry Zip Top is unlike any other base layer you’ve worn. It uses three-types of fabrics to provide total comfort in a variety of temperatures and activities. You’ve got to wear it to believe it. Versatile Base Layers Early last year, I was … more

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Hill-Country Hurdles: Long Hours on Stand
Posted on May 12, 2013

This segment has covered some of the major hill-country hurdles you may encounter. Be sure to check out the first part of the story where we covered the challenges of tough terrain and the effects of fewer deer sightings. Read on to learn how to battle the physical toll of long hours of … more


Sneak Peek: New Products for the Season (Part 2)
Posted on March 24, 2013

Here’s the the second part in our latest round-up of this season’s best bow and arrow hunting products. Be sure to check out Part 1!   Simplicity at Its Best The new Arizona Archery Hawk Eye rest offers just what today’s archer is looking for in a fall-away rest—simplicity, full-arrow … more

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Sneak Peek: New Products for the Season (Part 1)
Posted on March 22, 2013

Take a look at some of the latest bow and arrow hunting products. Be sure to stay tuned for Part 2!   Smooth Shooter Bowhunters looking for a smooth-pulling bow that still delivers powerful arrow speed, yet doesn’t break the bank, may want to take a hard look at the … more


When Precision Counts
Posted on February 14, 2013

I’ve tested a variety of moveable bowsights over the years, but the best one I’ve used to date is the Custom Bow Equipment Tek-Hunter XL.     The sights are very rugged to begin with and exhibit zero slop, which is a rarity in this class of bowsights. Rather than … more


Practice Done Right
Posted on July 31, 2012

How you practice will seriously affect how successful you are as an archer and bowhunter.   Many people are under the misconception that practice makes perfect. However, years ago, I was taught something better: Practice doesn’t make perfect; perfect practice makes perfect. Today, I adhere strongly to that motto and … more