Tech questions

Downrange arrow energy is important when hunting large game such as elk. To know your arrow's energy output, log on to http://peteward.com/ballistic.calc.htm and punch in your arrow's specs to find out its performance values downrange, say 40 or 50 yards.

Ask the Editor- Downrange Arrow Energy
Posted on April 23, 2013

Hi Joe. Great mag! I have four different bowhunting magazine subscriptions, and … more

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Ask the Editor : Serving Choices
Posted on April 16, 2013

Q: Hey Joe. I have some questions on serving material. My favorite … more

Modern speed bows, such as the BowTech Destroyer 350, are much more shooter-friendly compared to speed models from the past. The use of ingenious engineering concepts have actually made these bows very quiet, vibration free, smooth drawing, and extremely forgiving. They are no longer an expert's-only tool.

Ask the Editor – Bow’s Brace Height: 6 or 7-inch?
Posted on March 15, 2013

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Copper John’s Deadnuts Series is a highly rugged bowhunting sight that features third-axis leveling capability.

Which Bow Sight?
Posted on February 6, 2013

Q: Hey Joe. I’m in the market for a new bow sight … more

Today's mechanical-blade broadhead market is profuse, with various cutting width and designs to choose from. As ethical bowhunters, we must experiment and choose equipment that best matches the types of animals we hunt, the shots we take, and the equipment we use.

Whitetails and Mechanical Broadheads
Posted on February 1, 2013

Today’s bows and arrows are technologically advanced, but does this mean you … more

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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

Modern bows are becoming shorter and shorter, which makes the string angle at full draw quite acute. As a result, archers often experience difficulty getting the string to touch their nose at anchor. The best way to remedy this is to increase the draw length slightly and to use a shorter-nose release aid.

Ask the Editor – String Angle Off or Draw Length?
Posted on October 2, 2012

  Q: Hello Joe. I love your magazine and your book, and … more

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High-Lung Hit?
Posted on August 14, 2012

My 15-year-old son shot his first bull elk while on a once-in-a-lifetime … more