By Brian Strickland
Although expandable broadheads are very popular, it’s still hard to beat the consistency of a fixed-blade broadhead. Countless bowhunters today still prefer these time-tested heads on the end of their hunting arrows. The chisel-point style broadhead is a favorite among many bowhunters. They provide the necessary power and bone-splitting durability in virtually every bowhunting situation. Here’s a look at what this style of broadhead has to offer you this season.
By Dan Smith
Toxonics has come out with the new Wrangler this year which features its ultra-durable half-moon shaped Metal-optic pins that protect the fiber optics in the case of any hard knock when in the field. The Wrangler has polymer fibers that will resist cracking and stretch up to 30 percent before breaking, making it virtually snag-proof. A single piece of solid steel comprises the housing, and the sight comes with multiple lighting options. The Wrangler is also offered in a micro-adjust model, and all these features are available at a very reasonable price.
By Bill Krenz
The battered American economy continues its convalescence,” recently said The Wall Street Journal. In that process, “the stock market just completed its best first quarter since 1999, the Dow industrials gained 428.58 points and corporate earnings came in stronger than expected.” That’s great news from the financial market. Things are indeed looking up.
Outstanding Products & Service
By Bill & Sherry Krenz
Business, it is said, is the science of service. He profits most who serves best. What that means in the real world is that solid businesses aren’t built and maintained by getting the better of someone else. They prosper by providing goods and/or services that are worth more to their customers than the amount those customers pay for those things. That’s how businesses get ahead.
By Dan Smith
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