New Bowhunting Products, Part 7

Part 7 brings more cool gear for the hunting fanatic. Check out some of the stuff I stumbled upon on the ATA Show floor.

New Bowhunting Products, Part 7

Arrow Dynamics Boradhead

Best known for its unique “Atom” and turkey-taking “Guillotine” broadheads, for 2010 Arrowdynamic Solutions has introduced the all-new Radian mechanical broadhead—reportedly the first to feature scalpel-sharp blades with independent compressibility. This good-looking head features two blades that pivot around a center axis, as well as hind springs that hold the blades in. Each blade offers a cutting width of 1 ½ inches and has the ability to independently compress the broadhead (reducing the length-to-width ratio) as it enters heavy bone. Then, after passing thru, the blades spring back into place in order to cut through soft tissue vitals. The 125-grain model features a case-hardened steel tip, while the 100-grain model offers a solid titanium tip. For more go to Arrowdynamic Solutions.

Barronett Blinds

The new SnakeEyes line of hunting ground blinds from Barronett Blinds offer both vertical and horizontal openings with a unique six-panel design—offering bowhunters virtually limitless window configurations when inside. SnakeEyes Blinds are outfitted with the company’s exclusive BackLand West and BackLand Adrenaline camo patterns, in both 2.5-person and 3.5-person models. The five-hub design means no loose poles that require in-field assembly; setup and takedown can be accomplished in an impressive 60 seconds For more info visit Barronett Blinds.

Cobra Bow SightsSight and accessories specialist Cobra Archery is offering several noteworthy new sights for 2010, including the Python series that offers a unique reversable mounting bracket with offset mounting holes, to provide a wide range of vertical adjustment. Choose from the standard Python sight that can be quickly converted to either right- or left-hand use; the right-hand-only Python Micro Adjust model with no-tools ratchet-style windage and elevation adjustments; and the Python Toolless, another lightweight, universal right-left design, with three or five .019-inch fiber optic pins. For more go to Cobra Archery.

Prois Women Hunting ClothingThere’s never been more form-fitting and functional camo clothing options for women bowhunters, and a great example of that is the full-featured, high-end lineup from Prois that’s expanded greatly for 2010. Just two of the new offerings include the Ultra Hoodie, which uses 100-percent polyester birds eye wicking fabric to actively wick moisture away from skin, and the Xtreme Vest, which offers 150-gram Thinsulate Ultra insulation inside a waterproof, yet breathable soft and silent shell. It’s lined with Pr—is’ signature nylon tricot layering system to keep women bowhunters warm and dry, without the bulk of many other layering items. See it all at Prois Hunting.


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