Are These Now the Safest Treestands in the Woods?
By Michaelean Pike
I’m going to be honest. The first time my husband tried to take me hunting, I took one look at the spindly climbing sticks leading to the treestand he’d so carefully hung for me and told him I was going back to the truck. After much debate, my husband finally realized he’d underestimated my fear of heights and agreed to take me home.
By Bill Krenz
It’s getting hard for me to remember when I didn’t use a quality laser rangefinder when bowhunting, although a flashback to that era was afforded me this past weekend when I found a dusty 100-foot Lufkin measuring tape in a little-used garage cabinet. For years I carted that roll-up tape along with me to accurately stake out a makeshift practice range in my western bowhunting camps. Nowadays, with the advent of laser rangefinders, the thought of rolling out that steel tape seems almost silly.
By Bill Krenz
There’s a new term floating about the bowhunting universe––technical hunting sight. It’s an expression used to refer to the best and most advanced hunting sights ever offered. Such elite sights typically feature sophisticated adjustment systems and enhanced-accuracy options right along with the sort of durability that could only be described as bombproof. Technical hunting sights are designed to deliver everything the most discriminating bowhunter would want in an ultra-precise hunting sight.
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