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Petersen's Bowhunting

Petersen's Bowhunting March/Equipment 2019

Petersen's Bowhunting is the source for the tactics, tools, and techniques necessary for successful bowhunting. Get practical shooting tips and useful information on archery, equipment tests, clothing, and product evaluations.

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4 Min.
little things make a big difference

Welcome to our annual equipment issue! As always, the team here at Petersen’s BOWHUNTING takes great pride in bringing you the year’s first and most comprehensive collection of new products. Before you dive into this exciting special issue — jam-packed with hundreds of items highlighting our sport’s top trends and latest high-tech innovations — I believe it is worthwhile to offer a bit of perspective on the annual new-product frenzy. Bowhunting, at its essence, is a game of inches. Think about how many times you have been at full draw on a trophy animal that only needed to take one more step to present the perfect shot — only it never did; or the times you’ve sent an arrow on its way, only to have it sail just a few inches over…

3 Min.
selecting new gear

Bowhunters take the pursuit of game very seriously. We scout, we plan, we prepare and we analyze every aspect of the hunt. Part of this process, of course, involves our bows and the related gear we use in the field. Some find products they like and use them for years, while others buy the “new stuff” every season. Simply buying new gear doesn’t guarantee success, but it can make a huge difference. Hunting equipment manufacturers are constantly striving to improve their products with innovations to make us better archers and bow-hunters. However, not every new product is a home run. In truth, some new products are truly groundbreaking, while others are actually less effective than previous models. Although I am fortunate enough to be involved with a few companies that allow…

15 Min.

How Fast Should Feel Lots of bows are fast, but Bowtech’s all-new Realm SR6 is a burner built for discriminating archers who also want shootability. The SR stands for Speed Redefined, and Bowtech says you won’t believe a bow this fast — 352 fps IBO — can draw this smoothly until you pick one up for yourself. Powered by Bowtech’s OverDrive Binary Cam System, the Realm SR6 has a 6-inch brace height, measures 32 inches between the axles and weighs 4.3 pounds. Other highlights include: PowerShift Technology that lets shooters quickly change between Performance and Comfort modes simply by flipping a disc on the cams; rotating modules to easily adjust draw length without a bow press; and a CP Dual Lock design that locks the limbs to the pockets and the…

8 Min.

Small Package, Big Power Ravin is billing its new R26 as the world’s most accurate, powerful and compact crossbow. Despite its small size — 26 inches long and 5 ¾ inches wide when cocked — the R26 generates bolt speeds of 400-plus fps and can shoot three-inch groups at 100 yards. The Trac Trigger Firing System allows the string and bolt to float above the rail for a quieter shot and vastly improved string life, while the Versa Draw Cocking System offers easy cocking and uncocking with just 12 pounds of effort. Finished in Predator Dusk camo, the R26 weighs 6.5 pounds, measures 9 ¼ inches wide uncocked and features a new bullpup stock design with auto-engaging safety and anti-dry fire mechanism. The R26 comes fully assembled and pre-tuned with six,…

11 Min.
arrows & broadheads

The Same — Only Better The new Rage Hypodermic NC (No Collar) delivers a lethal dose of metal medicine in a simple yet sophisticated design. The revolutionary broadhead utilizes a meticulous, cutting-edge design of finger-like tabs located on the blades’ Slip Cams to “pin” the blades in place while in the closed position, thus eliminating the need for a Shock Collar or O-ring. Upon impact, the .035-inch-thick, stainless-steel blades deploy to provide the devastating 2-inch cutting diameter hunters have come to expect from Rage. With a swept-back blade angle and needle-like, stainless-steel ferrule, this deep-penetrating broad-head forges massive wound channels. MSRP: $49.99 per 3 CONTACT: FeraDyne Outdoors, 800-282-4868; www.ragebroadheads.com Bad to the Bone Muzzy Broadheads’ new Muzzy ONE is a unique take on a one-piece broadhead design. The Muzzy ONE is milled from a single…

13 Min.
bow accessories

Integrating Rest and Bow QAD is a leader when it comes to full-containment, drop-away arrow rests, and for 2019, QAD is solidifying that position through a new partnership with Mathews. QAD’s all-new UltraRest Integrate MX changes the interface between rest and bow via a patent-pending dovetail mount on the back of the riser. Designed to work with the new Mathews Vertix bow, this mounting system is inherently more secure and accurate than a traditional setscrew. Once mounted, the UltraRest Integrate MX is automatically leveled for quicker setup and faster tuning. The new hookup also allowed QAD to make the machined aluminum Integrate MX its sleekest, lightest rest to date. The rest is made in the USA and also includes precision micro-click adjustments, with fine-tuning of just .0019-inch per click. MSRP: $249.99 CONTACT: Quality…