Bowhunting: Use a Dual Anchor Point
Consistent shot placement is all about precise repetition. While one anchor point is good, two are better.
Is Your Bow Hunt-Ready?
Our man admits the mistakes he has made over a lifetime of bowhunting so you can avoid them when setting up your rig for this season.
Bowhunting: Know Your Arrow’s Flight Path
Every hunter who’s ever loosed an arrow knows it falls fast. Therefore when shooting at longer ranges, we must compensate for an arrow’s rainbow-like trajectory—called parabolic arc—by aiming higher. Lucky for us, sight pins make it simple.
10 Do’s and Don’ts for Better Bow Practice
Don’t just fling arrows to fling arrows; make the most of your range time by practicing perfectly.