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Easton Archery – Arrow Factory Tour – Arrows Made In USA

Easton Archery – Arrow Factory Tour – Arrows Made In USA

Arrows Made In USA Easton’s roots go back to 1922 as a family company making handcrafted archery equipment. Today Easton focuses on making the finest products with facilities in Utah Iowa and Indiana. Easton has become world-renowned for premier tubing products in fields such as archery, mountaineering, military, and healthcare. While others have moved production […]

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How To Prevent Shoulder Injury In Archery

How To Prevent Shoulder Injury In Archery

DR. Preston Ward owner of MTN Physio goes over how to exercise before your hunt in order to prevent shoulder injury. Shoulder pain doesn’t have to be a part of bowhunting. Too many people suffer from shoulder pain while shooting their bow and preparing for the season which can limit their success in the field. […]

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How To Prevent Shoulder Injury In Archery

How To Prevent Shoulder Injury In Archery

DR. Preston Ward owner of MTN Physio goes over how to exercise before your hunt in order to prevent shoulder injury. Shoulder pain doesn’t have to be a part of bowhunting. Too many people suffer from shoulder pain while shooting their bow and preparing for the season which can limit their success in the field. […]

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Choosing The Right Broadhead

Choosing The Right Broadhead

Great review of the new Sevr 2.0 Titanium Broadhead from Ken Piper.   https://www.sevrbroadheads.com/product/titanium-2-0-broadhead/ The SEVR™ Titanium 2.1 has been improved and is now called the Titanium 2.0. The Ti 2.0 benefits from a more swept-back blade angle, re-engineered deployment arm geometry, and a 2” cutting diameter. This results up to 15% more efficient penetration […]

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