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New Compound Bows for 2014

by Tony J. Peterson 0

After shooting several of the new 2014 bows, I’ve come away with the realization that we may well see more… more »

We speed-tested all three versions of the Chill series of bows, the Chill, the Chill-R, and the Chill-X.

Editor’s Exclusive: Speed-Testing Mathews Chills and Rock Mods

by Curt Wells & Mike Carney 1

After a side trip to Alaska to hunt black bears, I finally got a chance to do some test shooting… more »


BOWHUNTER 2014 Father’s Day Gift Guide

by Bowhunter Online Staff 0

Let’s face it, as father’s we’ve gotten a wide variety of trinkets and ill-conceived clothing items on our big day… more »

Mathews introduced two new bows to its lineup, the Monster Chill X (left) and Chill SDX.

Mathews Introduces New Monster Chill X and SDX Bows

by Curt Wells 0

I’ve been a fan of Mathews’ McPherson Monster Chill series since its inception with both the original Chill and the… more »

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Rinehart Announces R100 3-D Shooting Schedule

by Brian Fortenbaugh 0

The Rinehart R100 Archery Shoot is getting ready to kick off its 2014 schedule. This marks the 12th year participants… more »


8 Bow Tools Every Bowhunter Should Own

by Tony J. Peterson 0

Proper bow function requires a litany of parts to do exactly what they are supposed to do during every shot… more »


Tech Talk: How to Pick the Right Arrow for Your Hunt

by Bowhunter Online Staff 1

Here at Bowhunter we know the importance of matching your arrows to the game and the conditions you’ll be facing…. more »

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Exclusive First Look: Mathews Monster Chill R

by Curt Wells 1

As one of the leading bow manufacturers in the world, it’s always big news when Mathews announces its newest bows… more »


Best Compound Bows at Every Price Point

by Bowhunter Online Staff 5

Like everything else in life, our list of wants as bowhunters is always kept in check by the size of… more »


How to Build Your Own Arrows

by Fred Eichler 0

I’ve read that American Indians often marked their individual arrows so they could claim their kills. It probably helped them… more »

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