In 1922, after reading a book written by one of our most influential modern-day archers, Doug Easton moved to San Francisco, a town at the time teeming with archers, and launched a company that continues to benefit bowhunters worldwide.
At 3.7-pounds and 29-inches axle-to-axle, the Hoyt Eclipse women's bow in Realtree EDGE camo offers all of the forgiveness and stability of a longer riser, without the extra weight.
The new Robusto, from SEVR, couples the company's patented rear-deploy locking-pivoting blade technology, and features a fluted, hardened-steel ferrule that provides maximum strength and a higher front-of-center (FOC), to help withstand the punishing demands of today’s high-energy crossbows.
Just in time for bow season, Hatsan has entered the pneumatic arrow gun market with the pre-charged Harpoon. Made specifically for use with commercial crossbow bolts, the bullpup-style Harpoon can send a 20-inch arrow downrange at 600 FPS, and produce 325 ft.-lbs. of energy.
The Micro Suppressor offers hunters a small and quiet, yet powerful, crossbow that excels in a range of environs and situations for an equally diverse range of quarry. Come to think of it, what else could you want?