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2021 Elite Archery Lineup

Elite Archery 2021 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U0xNvGtMadg&feature=youtu.be SHOOTABLE SPEED As a follow up to the wildly popular 2020 Elite Kure, the 33” axle-to-axle EnKore will satisfy the speed needs of many archers. With an IBO rating of 340 fps, the EnKore utilizes Elite’s ASYM Tri-Track Cam System and S.E.T. Technology to make tuning easy and frustration-free. The 2021…

2021 ATA Trade Show Canceled

Despite the combined efforts of the Archery Trade Association Board of Directors, staff and the city of Indianapolis, your ATA Board of Directors made the tough decision to cancel the in-person 2021 ATA Trade Show, scheduled to take place Jan. 7-9, 2021, in Indianapolis. We hold the ATA Trade Show to an extremely high standard,…

Mathews Archery 2021 TRX Series

Mathews Archery 2021 TRX® 34 The Mathews Archery 2021 TRX 34 is the perfect crossover bow for competition and hunting at 34 inch axle-to-axle with a 6.5 inch brace height. The wider riser adds rigidity throughout the sight and rest-mounting locations while the dovetail mount accommodates QAD’s IMX and the new TRi rests. This new riser…

2021 Bear Archery Lineup

 Bear Archery Brands Announce Legendary Lineup of 2021 Archery Bows and Accessories  Evansville, IN (September 28, 2020) — Bear Archery and its family of brands have announced the early release of another impressive lineup of bows and accessories for the 2021 model year. The refreshed suite of archery equipment includes several new compound and traditional…

Improve Your Hit-to-Miss Ratio by Adopting AAA Aiming

By Patrick Meitin Improve Your Hit-to-Miss Ratio by Adopting AAA Aiming. Important shots are always filled with anxiety. The best way to perform during stressful shooting scenarios—whether shooting at a season-making buck or executing that winning tournament shot—is to adopt a strict shooting routine. This is something to imbed in your subconscious, allowing you to…

Practice With Purpose

By Patrick Meitin Quality practice means shooting with a purpose. This starts by setting goals, determining what areas of your shooting are holding you back and prioritizing aspects that most need work. Though, I would caution to avoid attempting to break several bad habits at once, working out issues one at a time before moving…

Realistic Draw Weight in The New Millennium

By Patrick Meitin Many archers seem to believe that personal equipment preferences, or even abilities, apply to everyone. Some modern archers, for instance, are able to stack arrows tightly at 40, 50 or even 60 yards. But chastising others for an inability—or unwillingness—to make such shots is just silly. On the other hand, too many…

Preseason Checkup—Bulletproofing Your Bowhunting Rig

With bowhunting seasons looming it is time to ready your equipment. Once festivities kick off you certainly don’t want to experience even the smallest malfunction! Bow season can be hard on equipment—it’s being used hard, derricked into treestands, dropped, fallen on, bungee-corded onto ATVs and tossed into pickup beds. Setting up so tuning and settings…

Price Points And Your Customer Base

By Patrick Meitin Once upon a time, during a stint in outdoor retailing, I was put in charge of the archery department of a large sporting goods store. It was believed my extensive experience in archery and bowhunting wares would allow me to make more targeted buying decisions than the company’s general buyers. I was…

How to Build the Perfect Arrow

By Devin O’Dea A lot of competitive archers invest an immense amount of time and money while building their arrows to ensure they have extreme consistency between every shaft. In serious competition a win or loss can hinge on fractions of an inch. There is no margin for error. Here is what the engineers at…

Summer-Game Contests Drive Store Traffic

By Inside Archery Staff Mid-summer can prove a slow period for archery retailers. Many customers neglect their equipment and shoot only minimally because they are distracted by other activities like fishing, various watersports or family vacations, or simply keeping abreast of the annual upkeep of property and landscaping.   Consider sparking continued bowhunting interest, equipment…

Prepping For the Pre-Season Boom

Inside Archery Staff Business may be relatively slow as we speak, but given another month or two, eager and increasingly demanding bowhunters will began flowing into your shop, looking for the latest gear to help boost 2020 success, a complete replacement of their current rig or seeking a bow technician to mend the wear and…

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