Compound Bows

Compound bows are hand-drawn, hand-held bows with a mechanical component that reduces the draw weight and increases the speed of the arrow. Cables and cams (or pulleys) ease the draw and reduce the bow’s holding weight (called let-off). These vary from traditional bows in that they have these added mechanisms, and are often heavier. Depending on your skill level, shooting interest, capabilities, and simple preferences, a compound bow could be the right type of bow for new shooters. Not sure? Just ask our helpful associates or rent a bow and try it out in our shooting range.

Five Questions You Probably Have About Conservation Officers

26 April 2017, 9:02 am

Five Questions You Probably Have About Conservation Officers

Conservation officers, also known as game wardens, are employees of state or federal fish and wildlife agencies. They work with hunters, anglers and other outdoors enthusiasts to protect fish, wildlife and their habitats. Bowhunters who encounter a conservation officer for the first time might feel stressed, but they shouldn’t. Here are five questions you probably […]