Monthly Archives: August 2017

TenPoint’s NEW Entry-Level Renegade Featuring Premium Quality, Handling, and Performance

Mogadore, OH. Industry leader, TenPoint Crossbow Technologies’ unveiled its new Renegade crossbow. Featuring a new stock and a time-tested bow assembly, the Renegade provides consumers premium quality, performance, and safety at an entry-level price-point. “The Renegade is perhaps the best entry-level TenPoint we have ever designed,” said TenPoint CEO Rick Bednar. “It’s lightweight, narrow, fast, and […]

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5 Ways to Kill Your Deer Hunt

This isn’t your typical how-to article for bowhunting success. You won’t find any major tips on how to seal the deal or get it done. In fact, you’ll find quite the opposite. Because more often than we’re successful in our hunts, we blow it. Making mistakes is part of the game. Screw-ups are going to happen, […]

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Can You Over Hunt A Stand Site?

You run into few whitetail hunters that aren’t tracking their bucks like police monitor a convict on bail adorned with a GPS ankle bracelet. Most avid hunters manage four or more trail cameras across hunting properties. Zealots may have a dozen or more cameras posted across several counties. It only takes one camera to disclose […]

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First Look: Burris Signature HD Binoculars

Colorado-based Burris Optics was, for decades, known for its hunting-driven product lines. A few years back, though, Burris dropped most of its observational products in deference to sister company Steiner (both brands currently operate under the Beretta Holding Company), in order to focus more on its red-dot sights.Dedicated Burris fans didn’t take very kindly to […]

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Know-How: Five Elk-Calling Don’ts

At first light I was sitting on a Montana mountainside listening. Somewhere in the drainages below an elk had bugled. I spotted tan shapes passing between stands of aspen. Just as my game plan was forming I heard another hunter bugle from the horse trail a half-mile back. I winced and held my breath. Though the […]

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