Tech Tips – Looking to gain an accuracy edge? If so, try these six proven steps.
Posted on October 11, 2012

With deer season around the corner, you should ask yourself, “Am I more ready this year this last, in terms of shooting better and feeling more accurate?” If the answer is “no,” then I believe there’s always room for improvement.   In fact, each season, you should find yourself growing … more

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After the Shot
Posted on August 9, 2012

Important points to follow when following up game.   There are many things you must do to successfully follow up game, but these three are at the top of the list.   1) Analyze The Animal’s Position After you shoot, be sure to stay still, quiet and quickly assess every … 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


Accuracy Squeeze
Posted on July 17, 2012

If You Want To Boost Your Bow’s Performance, Try These Simple, Proven Tips Let me first come clean and admit that I love buying new bows. During the course of my relatively short life, I’ve probably owned over 15 different bows…enough that I can truly say I’ve lost count. I … more


Maximum Accuracy Tuning
Posted on June 15, 2012

Follow these 5 steps for incredible shooting accuracy. By Eyad Yehyawi   In the world of hunting, no discipline demands more attention to detail than those who carry a stick and string. While all of us who take to the field each year have different goals and dreams, we do … more

How light should the release's trigger be? Ultimately, it's a personal choice, and the only way to ascertain the answer is through experimentation.

Release Aids and Trigger Pull
Posted on May 29, 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 … more