2014's Top Compound Bows

Looking for a new compound bow? Karen Mehall Phillips saw 2014's lineup at the ATA and Great American Outdoor Show, and has highlighted some of year's most impressive new models.

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2014's Top Compound Bows

Looking for a new compound bow? Karen Mehall Phillips saw 2014's lineup at the ATA and Great American Outdoor Show, and has highlighted some of year's most impressive new models.

Idiot-Proof Your Bow

How you set up your bow will ultimately determine how reliable it is at the moment of truth. Remember, if it can go wrong, it will. Here’s how to set up your bow so it won’t.

Broadheads for Big Game

Use these broadhead tips from Bill Winke to increase your chances of landing a big bruiser in any hunting situation.

Do You Need a New Bow?

Is it finally time to replace your go-to bow? Bill Winke offers a few tips on determining whether or not you'll need some new equipment before next season.

2013's Top Compound Bows, Part II

Looking for a new compound bow? Bob Robb saw 2013's lineup at the ATA Trade Show, and has highlighted 16 of the year's most impressive new models.

2013's Top Compound Bows, Part I

Looking for a new compound bow? Bob Robb saw 2013's lineup at the ATA Trade Show, and has highlighted 16 of the year's most impressive new models.

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By Doug Howlett
August 22, 2011

Fixed-blades, mechanicals, cut-on-contacts—here’s how to select the best arrow point for the job.

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Latest Comments

cold arrow archery wrote:
January 26, 2014

traditional or compound, there is no more efficient or better flying broadhead than the N.A.P. razorcap; louvered angle blades,well-vented,tempered steel w/ truly razor sharp pyramid-tip and blades....the coolest feature is,of course, the blade replacement system which employs the use of diverse weight/grain ferrules instead of individual blades.... genius and perfect....wound channels are unparrelled!

Bloodtrail wrote:
October 27, 2013

I think the best broad head is the 2 blade 100 grain pro vortec. They are mechanical and with the 2 1/2 cutting hole is like a knife wound. If u shot the deer at any angle and the broad head went in at horizontal position the hole was even bigger. It would never seal shut. The blood trail was very good with a blood a couple feet on each side of the deer. Never had a deer go more than 50 yards. And never lost one. How I know this was the best broad head is now they seem not to be around. Its like the company fell off the planet. It seems to happen with every product that works some other company seems to buy them out so they get more money for there own. Only have a couple left. If anybody knows were I can get some more let me know. Thanks

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