Author: Justin Medina

Paper Tuning for Success

If you have read any of my articles, you will know that I always mention how paper tuning is the key to accuracy. However, it has come to my attention that some of you do not know how to properly paper tune a bow or you’re like me always forgetting which marks mean what. Therefore this article will cover how to properly paper tune bow and what the marks mean.

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The Western Bow

The echo of a bugling elk on a crisp early morning, a mule deer cresting over that ridge and an antelope sprinting across the open plains. What do these all have in common? They are all found in the west and before you head out on your western hunting experience, you want to be prepared for that trophy shot.

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Building Arrows Made Easy

The art of arrow building is really not as complicated as some people make it to be. There are many advantages to building your own arrows too, starting with cost – its usually cheaper.

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Bowhunting Pronghorn

There he was, standing eyeing my water hole where I was waiting hoping he would get thirsty enough to let his guard down and come in. It was a hot august day and I had been in the blind all day battling 100-degree temperatures. I was almost to the point of calling it quits for the day when a group of pronghorns appeared on the open horizon.

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