After years of being the administrator of the Crossbow Nation website, I see a trend at the same time of year right before hunting season. This trend is a reoccurrence in threads being started by members complaining about their broadheads not flying or not grouping well when shot from their crossbows. The topic title usually says something like “My broadheads...
Checkout the press release from Barnett Crossbows on their new Recruit Crossbow. I think this crossbow is going to a hot seller for those on a budget or those looking...Read more
After years of being the administrator of the Crossbow Nation website, I see a trend at the same time of year right before hunting season. This trend is a reoccurrence in threads...Read more
An important part of being a successful crossbow hunter is spending lots of time with your bow practicing with it. But one area that discourages some crossbow hu...Read more
Recurve crossbow technology has been around since the dawn of time. Well, pretty much anyways. It has been documented to be known to exist from somewhere around 6,000 BC. So it’s...Read more
The key to improving at most anything you do in life is practicing. It’s often said that practice makes perfect. That statement is not entirely true. It’s perfect practice that makes perfect. In order to practice perfectly, you need to be able to repeat the steps you take from the time you cock your crossbow until the time you fire it. Theses steps make up a s...