Tech questions

The Razortrick broadhead combines traditional cut-on-impact design with a compact profile, which allows the head to fly exceptionally well, despite speeds above 300 fps. Its 1 1/8-inch cut and 4-blade pattern offers the perfect meet-in-the-middle design for high-performance gear.

Razortrick Vs. Slick Trick
Posted on July 6, 2012

Q: Hi Joe. I’m a huge fan of your magazine. When I … more


Arrow Flight Issue
Posted on June 18, 2012

Q: Hi Joe. First off, I just have to say, you guys … 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 … 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. … more


Bow Arm Posture
Posted on May 10, 2012

I’m working on ironing out my shooting form, and one area of … more

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Broadhead vs. Field Point Impact
Posted on May 10, 2012

Hi, Joe. I’ve read several times that when tuning your bow, you … 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 … more

Mathews' Z7 Magnum offers a great blend of smoothness and blazing arrow speed (340 IBO), but some shooters may find the bow's brace height slightly intolerant of shooting mistakes. If so, the EZ7, Z7 Xtreme or Z7 offer better choices for such archers.

Which Z7 Bow?
Posted on May 8, 2012

I’m on the fence regarding which new bow is right for me? … more