Barnett Youth Bows Help Kids Fall in Love With Archery

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Barnett may be known for their top-quality crossbows, but they’re equally committed to ensuring the future of archery and all bowhunting. Nowhere is that more apparent than with the Buck Commander line of vertical youth bows.

Designed to help kids get into the sport and develop proper technique, the Banshee, Lil’ Banshee and Lil’ Sioux are, above all, designed to help next generations fall in love with archery. Continue reading

New Halo XRAY 800 Laser Rangefinder Dials-in Distance

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Dallas, TX (June 17, 2016) – Big game hunters face a variety of challenges. Their quarry’s nose, ears and eyes are finely tuned defense weapons designed to detect even the most subtle hunter error or oversight. Wherever and whatever they hunt, hunters must use the elements of wind, camouflage, stealth and their own primal instincts to get into position to make an effective shot. It’s our sport’s most significant and rewarding challenge.  Continue reading

ELITE Custom HDX UltraRest in New Colors, Finish

2279129.pngHenrietta, NY (June 13, 2016) – When it comes to fit, finish and function ELITE bows stand as a leader in the archery industry, and the company’s accessories are no exception. The NEW-for- 2016 ELITE Custom HDX UltraRest features an updated anodized black, brown or Realtree® Xtra@ finish and the optimized custom features you would expect from ELITE. Continue reading

Black Bears Spotted in Suburban Maryland

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The Maryland Department of Natural Resources would like to alert citizens that juvenile black bears have been seen wandering through the state’s more suburban areas this spring. There have been recent, confirmed bear sightings in Baltimore, Howard, Montgomery, and Prince George’s counties as juvenile bears disperse, or seek out a new territory.

“The department has monitored black bears traversing suburban Maryland every year for more than a decade,” Wildlife and Heritage Service Director Paul Peditto said.”This is completely normal behavior and indicative of a growing and thriving species in the state.” Continue reading