For bowhunters wanting a smooth draw and pleasant shooting experience, the Darton Spectra-e is a great choice.
The Quest Thrive hits the elusive sweet spot between quality and value. It’s a pleasant shooting bow offering more than adequate speed for hunting any North American big game animal.
We test the new 2018 G5 Prime Logic, which replaces Prime’s Centergy, a bow best known for its steadiness, forgiveness and general shootability.
The Diamond Edge SB-1 is driven by Bowtech’s famous Binary Cam System, which produces more consistent timing and makes tuning easier. How did it perform in our tests?
The flagship 2018 Bowtech Realm features a number of brand-new Bowtech technologies. See how it performed in our tests.
We put the new-for-2018 PSE Xpedite to the test. In the past, if you’ve avoided very fast bows because they aren’t pleasant to shoot, then you need to give this bow a test drive.
If you’re in the market for a high-performance and affordable crossbow, be sure to check out the new Invader X4 from Wicked Ridge.
The best bows for 2018 reflect continuing trends toward reducing cam lean, torque and noise while improving balance.
With the LS-6, Bear provides an option for those shooters who like a bow that is comfortable to shoot, but appreciate the feel and the advantages to be offered by a truly high-performance bow.
With “tech” right in its name, Bowtech’s new Reign 7 has plenty of technological features to make any bowhunter happy.
This bow is ideal for any bowhunter who puts a priority on shootability, overall quality and value over super light weight and carbon construction.
The new Hoyt Carbon Defiant feels and performs as if it were a 34-inch bow, which makes for a more optimally located peep sight and overall better shooting form and stable shooting.
The BR33, one of three new flagships in Bear Archery, passes all the tests.
The Elite Impulse 31 surpasses the Synergy’s speed and has a shorter brace height.