By Michael Corrigan
When you remove a field point from the end of an arrow and install a hunting point, you’ve instantly changed the aerodynamic properties of your projectile. I use the term “hunting point” because I make no distinction between fixed-blade broadheads and expandable broadheads when it comes to aerodynamics. Fixed-blades and expandables both have more surface area than field points. Although expandables generally have less exposed surface area than do fixed-blades, they are still aerodynamically different than field points.
By Bill Krenz
What do you want a carbon arrow shaft to do? Most bowhunters are pretty clear on their answer. They want a tough, fast arrow that flies well and is super accurate.
Producing Only the Best
By Bill & Sherry Krenz
Different philosophies exist on how to grow a company. Most center on increasing sales, although how you increase those sales is key. The easiest route, at least for the short term, is to drop prices and to some degree product quality, hoping to make things up in volume. That’s one commonly taken route. But it’s not the only way.
By Bill Krenz
The most watched race in the world of bows today is the one pitting the fastest models against each other. Bow speed is again the hot topic, and many of today’s leading bow manufacturers have entered astonishingly fast candidates into the contest.
By Ron Niziolek
I'd stalked with my bow in my lap, sliding on my rear end inch by inch down the steep mountaintop basin to within bow range of several rams. Two of the rams stood when I came to full draw. My ram stood just as the bowstring slipped from my fingers, and I watched helplessly as my arrow plunked into the bed at his feet.