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A crossbow is a modernized bow and arrow, which has a horizontal bow mounted on a stick and shoots projectiles known as bows. In the Middle Age, it was an important weapon in the combat environment and used for military purposes all over the world. In this article we will answer the simple question of "what is a crossbow?". Due to its design simplicity, it required little training and minimal strength to operate. Untrained soldiers could [...]

August 2nd, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

Coyotes are small predators that look like dogs and are commonly found in North and Central America. The coyote, even with urbanization and increased human activity has not decreased in numbers, unlike most wild animals. On the contrary, this omnivorous animal has increased in population and has led farmers wondering how to hunt coyotes and protect their livestock. The average full grown coyote weighs somewhere between 15 to 45 lbs.  Light grey and red in [...]

July 26th, 2017|Hunting Tips|0 Comments

There are several factors you should take into consideration if you want to be successful in deer herd management. One of the biggest is the fact that whitetail deer move freely and anybody can hunt them on their own property. Just like any other wild animals, they will migrate to locations where there is plenty of food and shelter. If you are looking to attract more deer to your property, then you should brush up [...]

July 12th, 2017|Hunting Tips|0 Comments

Getting up early to begin your turkey hunt is hard enough when it’s sunny and warm.  So a little rain is typically enough to send us all back under the covers to hunt another day, leaving the hunting grounds wide open for those willing to go turkey hunting in the rain! I love to hunt in the rain but that might be because I don’t want to fight others for turf.  When I wake up [...]

July 4th, 2017|Hunting Tips|0 Comments

Whether you are looking for a new challenge or  trying to start somewhere, squirrel hunting might be just what you are looking for. Hunting squirrel isn’t going to get you much more than a small pelt and a snack-sized piece of meat, but you will remember that hunt for the rest of your life.  If you think that you have the patience, I strongly recommend that you give it a shot! To get you on [...]

June 28th, 2017|Hunting Tips|0 Comments

For all deer lovers, the off-season months can be torturous and on the other hand, there is no better day than the opening day for the season. Opening day for a new deer hunting season always give you a crisp and exciting feeling. As a deer hunter, the off season should be well spent with making all the necessary preparations for the new season. The preparations you do during the off season can greatly determine [...]

April 5th, 2016|Crossbow Hunting For Beginners|0 Comments

If nothing excites you more on a weekend than going on a hunt with your favorite bow and arrow, then you probably know how important camouflage clothing are to make the hunt successful. Many amateur hunters make the mistake of heading out in the wilderness dressed in bright, fashionable clothes that make them stand out like a sore thumb. What's the problem? Whether you are using a crossbow or a regular bow, your cover might [...]

March 31st, 2016|Crossbow Hunting For Beginners|0 Comments

Crossbows are some of the oldest man-made tools used to shoot arrows. In the old days, crossbows were much simpler than today’s models and involved pulling on the string using bare hands. However, as technology advanced, designers began providing models that went above human effort and demanded more energy to cock. Modern crossbows require up to 150 lbs cocking force which is quite high and daunting. For this reason, there was obvious need to offer [...]

March 29th, 2016|Crossbow Hunting For Beginners|0 Comments

Repeating crossbows were one of the most deadly weapons on the battlefield at one point in time.  The Chinese used these deadly weapons for close combat very effectively.  They could be fired, reloaded, cocked, and shot all in one swift motion with a single lever. They idea was very simple and easy to create, making for a very rugged weapon on the battlefield.  It was a crossbow design with an added lever to perform the [...]

March 25th, 2016|Crossbow History|0 Comments

Every year, hunting season starts and my new feed gets filled with pictures of people that have done something stupid while hunting with their crossbow.  People are always cutting up fingers and shooting stuff that wasn’t meant to be shot.  That has led me to create this list of rules to follow so that you don’t make these same stupid crossbow mistakes. Keep Your Fingers Off The Rail I realize that this is the largest [...]

March 22nd, 2016|Crossbow Hunting For Beginners|0 Comments

A Crossbow is a weapon that evolved from the time when men lived as nomads and hunters. Men first used sticks in the form of spears for hunting animals. There were improvements made in this spear which lead to the design of the spear which can be propelled mechanically. With time and gradual evolution, the bows were introduced for hunting. Vines and limbs were were added to the crossbow with the spear to increase energy. [...]

March 21st, 2016|Crossbow Hunting For Beginners|0 Comments

A Crossbow is a weapon that can be really interesting and easy for you to use if you are really good with firing a bow or rifle. There are certain things that you need to know prior to trying with this weapon. It is a great companion for all those who love hunting. When you are dealing with the bow and arrows, you understand that there are chances for the smallest misalignment to lead to [...]

March 18th, 2016|Crossbow Hunting For Beginners|0 Comments