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New York Passes New Bill Allowing Crossbow Hunting

by Stephen D. Carpenteri 0

The New York crossbow bill will allow crossbow use in the last parts of archery and bear hunting seasons in 2014.

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The Best Crossbows Right Now

by Bob Humphrey 0

Don’t make a purchase this year without consulting our list of the best crossbows right now.

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The Perfect Crossbow for Zombie Hunting

by Eric R. Poole 0

The zombie craze refuses to die. So why not have fun with it? If you’re a would-be zombie slayer, you’re… more »

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SHOT Show: Barnett Razr Crossbow and Wildgame Innovations Razor Trail Camera

by Eric Conn 3

Barnett was at the 2013 SHOT Show in Las Vegas for the release of their new Razr crossbow, which features… more »

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VIDEO: Super-Fast Barnett Ghost 400 Crossbow

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With a 15 3/4-inch powerstoke and a 185-pound draw, the Barnett Ghost 400 Crossbow is one of the fastest hunters… more »

Crossbows won the day in 1978’s The Wild Geese with Richard Burton and Roger Moore.

Crossbows in the Movies!

by John Fasano 0

Need to put down a zombie? Silence a sentry? Pierce a vampire? Directors turn to crossbows, stealing scenes on the silver screen since 1938.

Each of Troubridge’s dangerous-game hunts have had a pucker moment. A giant Alaskan Peninsula brown bear got to within less than 10 yards of Troubridge and his fired crossbow before it turned tail. Photos by Bill Troubridge.

Crossbows for Dangerous Game?

by Bill Troubridge 2

We knew the big Alaskan Peninsula brown bear was somewhere on the side of this alder-covered hill guarding its kill…. more »

Crossbows are heavier than vertical bows. But they also give you a big advantage: You don’t have to come full draw staring down a rutting elk. Photo by Joe Byers.

Crossbows for Western Big Game

by Joe Byers 0

These hunters carried only crossbows into Wyoming’s wild Bridger-Teton National Forest in search of bull elk. Could horizontal bows be at home in the tight timber, steep drainages and extreme weather?

There’s no better  way to find the right crossbow than by  shopping in a  well-equipped  archery shop. Photo courtesy of TenPoint.

How To Buy a Crossbow

by David Hart 0

John Urban isn’t sure if he’ll ever go back to his compound bow after buying a crossbow four years ago…. more »

The majority of crossbow arrows are 20 or 22 inches long. All crossbow manufacturers specify a minimum length of arrow for the safety of the archer. Firing an arrow that’s too light for a crossbow is a lot like dry-firing. Both could destroy the crossbow and potentially injure you. Photo by Ron Sinfelt.

Understanding Crossbow Arrows

by Brad Fenson 0

We snuck to the edge of a large grass field and peered through limbs, grasses and shrubs. A small group… more »

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