As a weapon of war and survival, the bow and arrow is one of the oldest, dating back to the Neanderthal, Cro-Magnon eras, 35,000 to 45,000 years ago, respectively. Today, in America alone, there are over 3.5 million bowhunters, based on records obtained through sales of hunting licenses across the country. Bowhunting has become a major facet of the sport of archery, out-performing competitive target archery as the most popular form of the sport. Continue reading Bowfishing
The story of Precision Shooting Equipment (PSE) has a familiar beginning. An individual has an idea and through hard work, innovation and determination, becomes a success. It’s a story that while not exclusively American, is one that has been the overarching inspiration for so many successful companies. From the start, PSE founder and CEO Pete Shepley has kept the personal, hands-on approach to designing and building bows while building a reputation for quality and making PSE the largest privately owned archery manufacturing company in the United States. Continue reading Precision Shooting Equipment – Engineered for Success
On October 3rd, the International Wildlife Museum held the first of their Archery Days events. Novice archers and parents arrived for the event, eager to learn basic archery skills, taught by NASP Certified instructors. Emphasizing fun and safety, attendees tried their hand at a number of different targets as they improved their archery skills. For more information on events at the IWM take a look at their website.
My wife and I just returned from our first trip to Africa. We were on a bowhunt with Hunt The Sun Safari at the Imbasa lodge just outside of Kimberley, South Africa. My PH, Evert, and tracker, Paul, went out of their ways to make my bowhunting experience one that I will remember for a long time to come. Continue reading Grey Ghost of the Savannah