Tag Archives: Bow Hunting

Flying The Not-So-Friendly Skies


Flying with archery gear is the same as with firearms except for the lack of paperwork and the increased fragility of the equipment.

Like many SCI members, I fly to far-off destinations to hunt — a lot. At least, I used to. These days, if I’m hunting within a two-day drive of my home in southern Arizona, I drive. Why? Because I’m sick and tired of Continue reading Flying The Not-So-Friendly Skies

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Precision Shooting Equipment – Engineered for Success


PSE CEO Pete Shepley and AZ Game & Fish Department Commissioner Eric Sparks.

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

Let Your New Bow Choose You


Here’s how to make sure you get the best bow for your hunting style — and your money.

Compound bow technology has come a long way since Robb shot this big Alaska moose with an ancient Golden Eagle compound back in 1991.
Compound bow technology has come a long way since Robb shot this big Alaska moose with an ancient Golden Eagle compound back in 1991.

If you’re reading this you’ve probably been bowhunting a while and even bought a new bow or three. If that’s true, you might be set in your ways when it comes to seeking a new venison-making machine. Or, perhaps you are somewhat new to the game, and Continue reading Let Your New Bow Choose You

Alabama Relaxes Archery Regs, Offers Trapping Workshops


bow-hunter-in-snowAlabama Archery Regulation RelaxedAlabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries (WFF) relaxed some of the regulations that govern the use of archery equipment to hunt deer in Alabama. The minimum draw weight for bows has been reduced Continue reading Alabama Relaxes Archery Regs, Offers Trapping Workshops