Archery enthusiasts can now practice their aim with the innovative 21” SEVR HD archery target from SEVR Broadheads. This premium target boasts an easy-pull foam design and rectangular face with a 4:3 aspect ratio, measuring 21”W x 17”H x 13”D—its versatile shape allows for horizontal shooting for added stability or vertical shooting for longer distances.
Looking for an easy, effective way to elevate your Summit Viper Prod SD FasTrack rail experience? The Summit Fast Track Bow Holder is the perfect solution. This easy-to-use bow holder keeps bows firmly in place for easy access and use.
With the Grey Man Tactical #204 Vehicle Bow Rack, hunters have a worry-free solution to keep their gear organized and secure. This heavy-duty rack offers easy installation and is perfect for your hunting trips in any type of vehicle.
The Easton Sonic 6.0 Match Grade Arrow is the premier choice for bowhunters who demand pinpoint precision for the perfect shot. Last year, the Sonic 6.0 received a brand-new shaft platform in the East made-in-USA lineup. This ensures a no-play fit for a multitude of bowhunting setups, and locks in accuracy over long distances thanks to aluminum inserts that make them stronger and more stable than ever before.
For the past month, iSportsman has been sponsoring hunting YouTuber Mike Rogers as he ventured out into the Arizona wilderness in search of his first mule deer. Mike just returned from his second trip into the desert and has some stories to tell.
iSportsman is currently sponsoring YouTuber and active-duty service member Mike Rogers (@TLOMikeRogers) for multiple trips to Arizona for late season mule deer hunts. Already back from his first outing, Mike is itching for more. Spending several days getting up early, hiking long desert treks, and ascending rocky hills to glass for wildlife wasn’t enough, and we agree.
Bow hunting is a commitment to a discipline that attracts a certain personality. We sit alone for hours in a tree stand, or maybe we hike deep and far for miles at elevation. We commit to an idea and stress over the most idiosyncratic details that ultimately are forgotten when we need them most. We obsess and debate over concepts of modern technologies, somehow neglecting that for tens of thousands of year’s animals had fallen victim to much more primitive techniques. Hunting with a bow may only be a viable option for several months a year, while time with one spent in hand never appears to end.
As many states loosen their regulations on crossbows it’s helping many hunters extend their hunting season. As with any change there is a great deal of misinformation being shot about. Recurve bows verses compound, bolt speed verses energy, plastic components verses metal, the list goes on and on.
My first hunting bow was an old compound handed down from a family friend. I have no idea what brand it was, and I suppose it doesn’t really matter. I do remember it had a 40-pound draw weight and no sights. I was 11 and it took me nearly a year to gain the strength to draw it.
Our much awaited early archery deer hunting season will make its grand debut, beginning October 1. For many, it is one of the greatest holidays of sorts. With the door about ready to swing open now is the time to begin honing your shooting skills while also testing your equipment.