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Articles by Jace Bauserman

Plano Launches Awesome New Arrow Case

Plano, always on the forefront of case design and function, wows once again with its new-for-2015 Arrow Max Case.
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TFX Xtreme Handgun Sight From TRUGLO Promises 24/7 Brightness

Lightweight and ultra-easy to place on a handgun, the TFX from TRUGLO is sure to be a hit in 2015. The TFO promises 24/7/365 brightness no matter the environment or conditions you’re in.
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Trophy Taker Takes Sight Line To New Level

Years of planning and design lead Trophy Taker Founder Dan Evans to the Option sight - a true innovation that combines the elements of a fixed and movable pin sight into one package.
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QAD's Tactical UltraRest HDX

With the launch of the new Tactical UltraRest HDX, Quality Archery Design continues to build on it's line of arrow rests.
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New Nitrix Quiver From AXT

Known for producing top-end bow accessories, the crew at Archer Xtreme has done it again. According to AXT’s Mark Garcia, the new-for-2015 Nitrix Quiver is a “Revolutionary advancement in quiver design.”
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Late-Season Gear

Must-Have Late-Season Bowhunting Gear

Chasing deer with a bow in bitter temperatures requires tough equipment. Here's what you'll need.
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Rinehart Discharge Sure To Be Cheered

A field-point-only target, the Discharge will fit comfortably inside of a truck or a large backpack. A true go-anywhere system to keep you dialed in, the Discharge from Rinehart is worth a look.
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The New Blu From Carbon Express

A true shark in the arrow ocean, Carbon Express added more teeth to its already impressive arrow arsenal for 2015.
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Sitka “Elevates” Its Game

Sitka’s new Elevated II pattern is engineered to melt into the surroundings from early-season too late. Designed more for the whitetail crowd, the pattern also serves as a great big game pattern and is offered in throngs of innovative jackets, pants, gloves and base layers.
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Seminars Kick Off Trade Show

Professional shooters gather in one room to share their tips and tricks in an effort to continue growing archery and bowhunting.
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